A growing number of people are interested in the Black Lives Matter movement in Vancouver and want to know how they can be allies, says a member of the Vancouver chapter.
Some department chairs at Langara are feeling increased pressure to fill seats in their programs, because a smaller pool of potential applicants means greater competition for prospective students.
Not a single woman was nominated for the best director Oscar this year. In fact, only five women have ever been nominated for the award in the Academy’s 91-year history.
A designated place to snooze around campus could be what post-secondary students need as midterms approach and stress levels rise.
As of 2021, Langara athletes will need to find an alternative training facility that is accessible and convenient.
Sustainability is at the core of everything Natalie Hellyar does for her new clothing line Arraei Collective.
Throughout the year, Langara has many cultural festivities, celebrating events from different parts of the world, including Diwali and Lunar New Year, but why doesn’t the school celebrate Black History Month?
TransLink’s planned street changes to accommodate the new B-Line bus service in North Vancouver might marginally improve cycling in the city, but safe bike infrastructure remains nearly non-existent, say cycling advocates.
The resignation of Jody Wilson-Raybould from cabinet eight months before a federal election is an extraordinary turn of events in federal politics, said Green Party of Canada leader Elizabeth May.
Craig MacLean is working hard to make sure his son will grow up in a more accessible world.