Ah, the 21st century: a time of progression, improvement, and constructive discussion. Not to say that there aren’t still problems.
Through the joint efforts of the DCBA, Douglas College, and a commitment of $15,000 from their partner FortisBC, serious conversations about climate change and energy usage were able to...
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Many people seem to believe that learning languages is just something some people have a knack for, but the truth is, anyone can master more than one language.
In a shocking series of events, local bus rider Pete Ryder had the fright of his life last Wednesday, after being followed home from his bus stop.
What seems to be a first for BC’s largest city is a little too hard to handle for many of its residents.
The entire economy of Canada collapsed upon the simultaneous discovery that no one else felt like going into work today, either.
It began with the changings of the great social media platforms of power. First, the Book of Faces, changing its format—its very being—to satisfy the Creators.
Concert sales in Vancouver have hit an all-time low over the past few years, and scientists are only now discovering the causation.
Spring Training is over and opening day has passed, which means that the roster has been locked for the Blue Jays, and there are some big surprises.
It’s been a rough season for Vancouver’s ice-based sport’s team. As of printing the Canucks are near the bottom of the standings.