“With 76 southern resident killer whales remaining, people are worried they'll be extinct unless this government takes immediate action,” Fin Donnelly told parliament.
Vocal opposition to changing neighbourhoods from many Vancouver residents comes as no surprise to Nathanael Lauster, associate professor with the department of sociology at UBC.
Although female students are still the minority in science programs at Langara, the gender gap is slowly narrowing with 65 per cent of students in biology being women.
The chief executive officer of a landlord advocacy group says the city needs to provide more incentives for developers to build much-needed three bedroom rental apartments in Vancouver.
Significant improvements need to be made to dikes along the Fraser River as flooding threatens the East Fraser Lands development, according to an expert.
Local artist Toby Schillinger is combining his knowledge of design and working with metal to make equipment for people with disabilities to enjoy outdoor sports.
As discussions on bullying happen on campus in light of Pink Shirt day, the actions that can be interpreted as bullying can still be unclear to some Langara students.
Youth activism was a dominant force at Vancouver’s rally for Tina Fontaine where many attendees were post-secondary students.
Professor Steven DiPaola teaches cognitive science at Simon Fraser University's Surrey Campus, and in recent years, he's been developing new ways to create art using artificial intelligence to mimic the human process of artistic…
A growing number of second-hand electric cars, and car-sharing options, give young people a chance to ditch diesel and gas.