The SFU professor of public practice has a résumé that would be the envy of most municipal political candidates.
The former Olympic athlete is the NDP government's point man on diversity issues.
Mai Eilia launched Magnum Construction Services just four years after moving to Canada from her war-torn hometown of Aleppo.
It involves spending one semester at the North Vancouver campus, the second semester at the University of Hertfordshire in England, and then completing a dissertation.
A five-week dietary-aide course includes a two-week practicum at a long-term–care facility.
Coordinator Christy Dodds says it's monitored, interpreted, and there's faculty support all the way through the process.
The “maker movement”, a.k.a. maker culture, is taking off across North America as indie artists, DIY artisans, and open-source software lovers take sheer delight in creating original new objects and designs.
Program head Tom Culham has explored the relationship between unconscious feelings and principled behaviour, relying on rigorous research to come to some surprising conclusions.
Immersive education is also on display in students' upcoming two-week trip to China.
It's UI and UX (user experience) design, web and app development, and digital marketing all address a central question: what human need is this product or service fulfilling?
Sometimes it’s difficult for people to commit to four years of education if they’re uncertain about their career choice, but that's not a problem with this program.
Law firms are having trouble finding enough trained LAAs to fill all the vacancies, according to program convenor Lindy Tucker.
Some of the biggest concerns are around a speculation tax, which some are calling an occupancy tax or a vacancy tax.
A perception that prescription opioids have played a large role in B.C.'s overdose epidemic is not accurate, officials say, and as a result of the confusion, patients are falling through the cracks.
U.S. jurisdictions working to legalize marijuana have focused on restorative justice and addressing racism inherent in the war on drugs, in stark contrast to Canada.
A rare grouping of full-moon phenomena is taking place Wednesday.
Digital technology’s expanding footprint is one reason why 95 percent of the Centre for Digital Media students are working in their field almost immediately after completing the intensive, 16-month internationally recognized graduate program.
The Republican administration is ending legal status for 200,000 people from El Salvador, a situation further complicated by their 190,000 children, who are U.S. citizens.
After 17 years with the Downtown Eastside legal-advocacy group, Pivot's executive director says this is the right time for a new person to take over the reins.
On October 19, 1900, a Japanese Canadian fisherman purposefully walked into a Vancouver voting station and asked that his name be placed on the voters list.
U.S. president Donald Trump's crackdown on immigrants has persuaded thousands of Latin Americans to set their sights on Canada—with many choosing to apply for refugee status in B.C.
A $1.1-billion philanthropic organization has gone to extraordinary lengths to give youths leaving government care a better chance at success.
This year, local retailers are feeling especially optimistic because of the low Canadian dollar
Private security guards at B.C. hospitals are responding to violent incidents more frequently, according to statistics obtained under freedom-of-information legislation.
Employees of B.C.’s health-care system face aggression and unsafe behavior with increasing frequency, according to statistics obtained under freedom-of-information legislation.