New Westminster’s mayor will make history this month at Royal City Rumble as the first Canadian mayor to enter a professional wrestling ring.
The ability of podcasts to create a sense of friendship between the listener and the host is uniting local communities of listeners, says the leader of a local podcast club.
TransLink’s transition to the Compass Card system hasn’t stopped Langara students from trying to sell their U-Passes on a Facebook group dedicated to buying and selling used textbooks.
Like other spiritual and religious practices, ancestral healing can be a controversial subject for some, with critics often viewing it as a scam designed to prey on vulnerable people.
Produced by Nathan Durec In the fifth episode of Voice Radio, web editor Patrick Penner and social media editor Kirsten Clarke preview stories that will appear in the March 14 issue of The Voice. This podcast features Maxim Fossey's story…
Langara College is rolling out new three-stream recycling bins outdoors over the next few months, with the first one already installed next to the library’s south entrance.
As show season approaches, preparations are in full-swing at Southlands Riding Club.
With the implementation of ridesharing in B.C. only a few months away, one mayor in the Lower Mainland refuses to be swayed in his opposition to this mobility alternative.
Luke Camilleri is a working actor in Vancouver who always remembers his time with Studio 58 at Langara College.
Langara’s upcoming free film series, Modern Times, gives students the opportunity to watch movies as part of an audience, an activity which statistics suggest is on the decline.