After losing all five of its games at the Vancouver Invitational Wheelchair Rugby Tournament, Team BC will need to turn things around as it focuses on the upcoming Canadian nationals in May.
A new artist-run studio in Marpole is facing an uncertain future as the building’s impending sale is making it difficult to attract enough artists to make ends meet.
By Amanda Poole Located in the heart of South Vancouver, Langara Golf Course acts as a natural home to a family of coyotes. An estimated four to five coyotes hunt for food on the course day and night, regardless of the 300 golfers who play…
The students and teacher of a new kung fu choreography class are collaborating with a group of independent filmmakers to create a kung fu short film.
Reported by Amanda Poole Perseverance and discipline are two qualities a 16-year-old karate national champion has mastered. Yushi Nakajima who trains at West River Karate in South Vancouver, will be defending his title in kata, a series of…
This year, three athletes who got their professional start with a South Vancouver adaptive sports charity are going to the Paralympics in South Korea.
"You're still going to have people who feel that their vote doesn't matter or they still don't feel encouraged to vote for a candidate that they see on their ballot but if we move to a proportional system we're going to see less of that,”…
With a new soccer season for the Langara Falcons men’s soccer team rapidly approaching, both returning and new players are fighting for limited spots on the team.
It’s no secret: British Columbians love their alcohol, especially the craft-made and locally produced kind.
Punjabi Market came back to life last Sunday through anecdotes and cups of chai tea, as residents and business owners came together to share the importance of keeping its history alive.