Students are urged to be mindful of their social media footprint as employers may screen them for future jobs, said the chair of Langara’s co-op and career development centre.
Jacinda Ardern is sincere. Her response as prime minister of New Zealand to the two terror attacks in Christchurch left no doubt that she mourns with her country.
The already long lines in the cafeteria are likely here to stay, due to a reduction in staff’s hours.
Duncan Campbell never thought messing around with friends in a gym would lead to the creation of a Paralympic sport.
More Vancouverites are seeking out the practice of ancestral healing due to a growing awareness of historical guilt, according to a local healing practitioner.
Almost half of Vancouver’s residents don’t feel very connected to their city, don’t have a strong group of friends they can rely on, and report more mood and anxiety disorders than Metro Vancouver on average.
Despite an increase in numbers, women are still underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, according to one UBC professor.
In the largest African fashion show in Vancouver, models couldn’t help but dance down the runway while showing off the vibrant colours and patterns created by local African-inspired designers.
Many international students enrol in Langara’s post-degree programs as a stepping stone to obtain their permanent residency in Canada, according to one post-degree program instructor at the college.
Athletes who take supplements may not be aware they are taking unregulated pharmaceutical drugs that could be tainted, said a sports physiologist.