The city of Vancouver is expanding its programming to attract more women to the game of golf in an effort to rekindle interest in the sport — and boost attendance at its three championship golf courses, which are all located in south…
A local vegan organization which started as a challenge between friends, is hoping to show people that being vegan isn’t hard.
A year after the death of Yim Tse, the Vancouver calligraphy community celebrates the lasting contribution the famed Chinese calligrapher made to the art form.
Hundreds of people gathered at a somber vigil Sunday at the Vancouver Art Gallery to show solidarity with the victims of New Zealand’s recent terrorist attack, and members of the Muslim community.
Competitive cheerleading has emerged as its own sport with international recognition, yet some still view it as an activity that is supplementary to other sports.
If anyone could reap the benefits from a midday snooze, it would be a college student.
The technology workforce in B.C. is thriving, largely thanks to millennials who have been surrounded by tech from a young age, according to one software development manager.
“Where hungry minds gather” might be the mission statement of the company that provides dining services at Langara, yet for years, students have been starved of knowing what ingredients go into the food they are being served.
Langara has finally released its Mental Health Framework, which aims to increase mental health awareness and initiatives on campus.