The Wilderness Committee's national policy director has been connected to nature since childhood.
UBC350's Kate Hodgson, 19, and Tsleil-Waututh member Parker Cedar-George, 20, are frightened by the impact that rising greenhouse gas emissions will have on their generation.
With drug overdose deaths in B.C. at an all-time high, Vancouver health officials are asking why the province isn't paying more attention to the benefits of prescription heroin for entrenched addicts.
The Canadian dollar is not exactly thriving against the U.S. greenback, which makes it more expensive for those who plan on crossing the border.
Dubbed the Heights, the six-storey, 85-unit mixed-use property at 388 Skeena Street is slated to be complete next spring.
A detailed review of recent and planned developments for the city’s poorest neighbourhood shows a mix of social housing and market-rate condos are about to have a big effect on the area.
The creative head of the program, Casey Kwan, says there's an expert faculty member in every area of the pipeline.
According to the director of student recruitment, Matt Stiegemeyer, there's a variety of people,languages, food, and cultural events in Quebec's largest city.
With the help of older faculty colleagues and administrators, Sarah Lubik and Shawn Smith are breaking down silos to promote social innovation and social entrepreneurship.
The principal of Canadian programs, Arden Hanley, is organizing a conference next year exploring links between human rights, respect, and education.