Post-secondary schools in Canada have independent policies as to what constitutes plagiarism, yet there is little being done by the institutions to target the problem.
After losing all five of its games at the Vancouver Invitational Wheelchair Rugby Tournament, Team BC will need to turn things around as it focuses on the upcoming Canadian nationals in May.
At least half of residents age 25 to 45 have left West Vancouver in the past few years due to an affordability crisis, according to the district’s mayor.
Vancouver’s housing-affordability crisis is not only forcing residents to leave, but is pushing arts and culture out of the city.
A new artist-run studio in Marpole is facing an uncertain future as the building’s impending sale is making it difficult to attract enough artists to make ends meet.
Reported by Myra Dionne Not all animal and pest control companies adhere to safe practices, according to the BC SPCA. AnimalKind, a new accreditation program created by the BC SPCA, was launched March 1 in an effort to identify standards…
The students and teacher of a new kung fu choreography class are collaborating with a group of independent filmmakers to create a kung fu short film.
Residents opposed to a proposed six-storey 44-unit development on an Upper Lonsdale building site gutted by fire over a year ago are worried their concerns will not be resolved at a public hearing.
Residents of the Crest area in Burnaby are speaking out against a proposal to open a private liquor store in their neighbourhood because they say it will increase crime and be a danger to children.
This year, three athletes who got their professional start with a South Vancouver adaptive sports charity are going to the Paralympics in South Korea.