Natasha Philibert-Palmer says she hopes to encourage more girls and Indigenous students to explore this subject.
Anyone who has watched The Great British Baking Show knows how difficult it is to create complicated layer cakes filled with a multitude of ingredients.
“The program started in 2016 with four students,” says associate professor Remi Charron. “Now we have over 100 students registered.”
Before Justin Trudeau was prime minister—and before Canadians had any idea that cannabis would become legal—the B.C. school was offering career training in this industry
The list of undergraduate offerings runs the gamut from journalism to engineering to urban studies to fine arts.
“There is research that suggests when Indigenous learners are taught by Indigenous educators, they’re more likely to engage more deeply in learning and experience better outcomes," says associate dean Jan Hare.
In both of these fields, a positive attitude can make all the difference.
Since 1990, Vancouver Learning Network has provided a high-quality, comprehensive, flexible, and engaging education program that offers an alternative to traditional in-person learning.
The architect and long-time community builder says he doesn't want to come across as a sore loser.
High psychopathy scores were associated with more frequent use of swear words and interpersonal manipulation in emails and SMS messages and on Facebook.
There has been surprisingly little coverage of the Port of Vancouver’s efforts, beginning in 2009, to install quayside electrical hookups at the Canada Place cruise-ship terminal.
Don't let the name fool you: the class of designer drugs often referred to as K2 or spice are significantly more problematic than good-old-fashioned marijuana.
All the weird, wacky, and newsworthy events from the past year.
Even the obvious ones you’re too embarrassed to ask.
The last day will be November 4 because the site near Main Street–Science World Station is being redeveloped into an office building.
Elections B.C. can regulate third-party advertising only during the campaign period.
The recent graduate of the Beedie School of Business says that not everyone who comes from abroad is wealthy—and some work very long hours to pay for their expensive tuition.
The decision was released on the same day that shareholders are voting on an offer by the Trudeau government to buy the corporation's Canadian assets.
The Beijing native will be in Vancouver to explain how he helped the widow of deceased Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo recently get out of China.
Here are a few programs that offer you a chance to reinvent yourself.
The program enables prospective students to apply up to two years of postsecondary credits toward the degree known as the BAM.
The 30-week certificate program offers a chance to work in simulated on-campus pharmacies and be trained through an eight-week practicum.
The program manager's ultimate dream is to get professionals in the field to participate in a Sun Dance and a Yuwipi ceremony.
The school has launched four introductory courses that won't intrude on the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekday work schedule.
According to the Tourism Industry Association of B.C., more than 20 million travellers visited Canada last year. Total revenues in tourism reached $97.4 billion, up 6.3 percent over the previous year.