Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May promised, if elected, that her party would rely less on fossil fuels, and focus more on natural energy sources like solar panels in the city to increase municipal sustainability.
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.
Small business owners can now easily access demographic data organized by neighbourhood to help them figure out where to set up shop, according to the head of the Marpole Business Improvement Area.
The technology workforce in B.C. is thriving, largely thanks to millennials who have been surrounded by tech from a young age, according to one software development manager.
Even though Fraser Street and Main Street are only a short distance away, there’s a huge difference in the way they operate, and more importantly, how their businesses function.
Advancing gender equality in the business world should be a priority for the federal government, according to a local women’s leadership group.
An unconscious bias in work culture continues to hold back women’s careers, according to female business leaders at a lecture at the Kerrisdale Community Centre last week, The Threat of the Uppity Woman.
Reported by Melanie Green A entrepreneur business program is being introduced at Langara College to teach millennials that they can only count on themselves for future job prospects. After researching the direction of markets and job…
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTIuk0pnLEc] In this video, Brittany Whitmore talks about her experience forming the organization. Reported by Chantelle Deacon and Nico Hernandez Brittany Whitmore, a young entrepreneur in…
On Feb. 7 our reporter David La Riviere wrote a story about Langara business student Eyren Uggenti's music video for his song Where I Wanna Be (Langara). The video is now online and you can watch it here.…