Helen Duckworth says Federation Gallery has had floral displays in the past, but none like Bloom.
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.
The battles Indigenous soldiers fought in the First World War are taking centre stage in a Vancouver play and shedding light on an under examined chapter of Canadian history.
Students managing a non-profit organization that advocates for responsible food waste say balancing school and work can be stressful.
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.
Competitive cheerleading has emerged as its own sport with international recognition, yet some still view it as an activity that is supplementary to other sports.
A new partnership between Langara and San Francisco’s Academy of Art University will give students specialized training in digital arts, and the full tablet of technical skills that are often lacking in other programs.
Black History Month came and went on in February without any displays or acknowledgment by the college.
Metro Theatre management credits the dedication of its volunteers as the key to the theatre’s continuous success.
Providing menstrual hygiene products in men’s washrooms should be just as normal in women’s washrooms.