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.
In the sixth episode of Voice Radio, managing web editor Taesa Hodel and social media editor Kelsea Franzke preview stories that will appear in the March 21 issue of The Voice.
Cedar Cottage Food Network Society is selling more than vegetables: there’s a more secure food system on the menu, and the neighbourhoods they serve are thriving.
It’s hard to say whether Langara would benefit from paying its staff and contractors a living wage, said Langara economics instructor Bryan Breguet.
The latest exhibit at a local gallery is an opportunity for artists who identify as women to empower women to reclaim the narrative of their own bodies.
Some faculty and students at Langara College say the school’s procedure for earthquakes lack the coordinated drills necessary for serious seismic activity.
The only way to make meaningful public art is to hire artists who live or lived in the area where the art will go.
The four steel frogs, which stand waist high and were installed as pieces of public art by a student in the fine arts department, were found bent over and disfigured shortly after the winter break.
As eight-year-old James Parkinson and his cousin Nola Natsuzaki drum in sync on their laps, waiting for their class to begin, instructor Noriko Kobayashi knows this is about as quiet as taiko gets.