Vancouverites could see rental-only zones recommended later this year to the City of Vancouver in efforts to provide minimum wage-earning citizens with a chance to enter the rental market, according to the Vancouver mayor.
Like for many other sports, competitive bridge players need stamina, concentration and strategic skills, says the proprietor of a local bridge centre. More specific to the century-old card game, played in teams of two, is the need for…
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.
Kinesiology student Angela Thomas has always been proud to be an Indigenous woman, and seeing Jody Wilson-Raybould stand up to the prime minister of Canada has given her even more self-confidence living in an era where women can speak truth…
Chris Vance has a lot of pen pals. Just not the kind one would usually imagine.
Some international students from China are urging Canada to stay out of the international Huawei controversy, and release chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou.
In the fourth episode of the Voice Radio, managing web editor Kathryn Tindale and web editor Darren Amner preview stories that will appear in the March 7 issue of The Voice. This podcast features the Kristian Trevena’s story about women…
Langara students, and others across the province, were urged last week to join in a movement to cap the rising cost of education.
Athletes who take supplements may not be aware they are taking unregulated pharmaceutical drugs that could be tainted, said a sports physiologist.
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.