An email written by the man charged with the arson attacks at Langara College seemed to indicate the incendiary devices detonated on campus were directed at a chemistry instructor and the one member of the college’s administration.
The arson attack at Langara College on Monday was planned, and there was no indication the suspect charged had any signs of mental health issues, The Voice has learned.
Langara College was completely evacuated Monday morning after at least two fires were identified on campus, in what police are saying was a possible case of arson.
Future Port Moody real-estate projects will see their profit margins tighten after city council voted to dramatically increase development fees to cope with expected growth.
In the seventh episode of Voice Radio, managing web editor Darren Amner and social media editor Kathryn Tindale preview stories that will appear in the March 28 issue of The Voice.
Produced by Nathan Durec In the fifth episode of Voice Radio, web editor Patrick Penner and social media editor Kirsten Clarke preview stories that will appear in the March 14 issue of The Voice. This podcast features Maxim Fossey's story…
In the third episode of the Voice Radio, managing web editor Patrick Penner and social media editor Nathan Durec preview stories that will appear in the Feb. 28 issue of The Voice. This podcast features the Missy Johnsons coverage of…
Parents at a Kitsilano elementary school are refusing to accept the school district’s plan to move their French immersion program to a Downtown Eastside school.
The battle between man and machine is raging in the grand hall of Langara’s Building A.
Reported by Patrick Penner An initiative to apprehend a thief by citizens of a South Vancouver neighbourhood is being praised by the Vancouver Police Department in order to promote local Block Watch programs. In the midst of a rainstorm on…