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PuSh Festival presents deeply moving Australian performance touring Canada for the first time: "dirtsong"

In the 150th year of a nation born from the displacement of its Indigenous peoples—dirtsong is more poignant than ever.

Disabled children in Iraq struggle to survive amid Mosul fighting

Fleeing civilains must traverse areas that are still within mortar range of nearby militants and are regularly shelled

Trudeau just failed another climate test, don’t let him fail us on Kinder Morgan

Stop what you're doing and send a message to the government's online Kinder Morgan review panel

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Students at University Canada West

University Canada West: Choose the right degree and increase your earning potential

In today’s competitive job market, having a degree is typically the minimum requirement for most positions. However, with the number of university-educated people on the rise, earning the right...

Celebrate World Rivers Day with free, family fun at Burnaby Village

Come for the entertainment, stay for the all day activities and ice cream

Why cyclists are stoked about Evo's expansion to North Van and Burnaby

Good news — Evo Car Share has expanded its boundaries to include North Vancouver, Metrotown, Capilano University, SFU and BCIT.

New SFU program empowers changemakers to increase impact

Create meaningful change with SFU's new Social Innovation Certificate

SFU's Certificate in Community Economic Development provides tools for growing entrepreneurship and building local economy

Social justice-minded people can develop business skills to turn their ideas into reality with SFU's program.