Education

Go See This: ‘The Apology,’ a Moving Documentary on Japanese “Comfort Women”

Go See This: ‘The Apology,’ a Moving Documentary on Japanese “Comfort Women”

The Canadian-directed doc following the story of three former "comfort women" screens December 3 and 4 in Vancouver.

Why are B.C.’s religious schools receiving more money than ever before?

Why are B.C.’s religious schools receiving more money than ever before?

Despite being the least religious province in Canada, B.C. has seen its faith-based schools flourish

Patti Bacchus on funding B.C.’s private schools with public money

Patti Bacchus on funding B.C.’s private schools with public money

The outspoken Vancouver School Board trustee (and former chair) says taxpayer dollars should stay in the public system

This 12-year-old was just named one of Vancouver’s most powerful people

This 12-year-old was just named one of Vancouver’s most powerful people

Tru Wilson placed #20 on Vancouver's Power 50 list after she took on the school board, and won.

Vancouver Schools Enter The Real Estate Game

Vancouver Schools Enter The Real Estate Game

Facing a $15 million shortfall, the Vancouver school board is under pressure to cut costs.