Monthly Archives: March 2014

Langara Focus News Radio Newscast + Abstract – Mar. 28, 2014

This is a radio newscast by Langara journalism students Erin Boe, Renee Sutton, Ash Kelly, Madelyn Forsyth, David La Riviere and Edrick Dudang.   This is an abstract of the aforementioned radio newscast. The intro and ending are by Edrick Dudang and … Continue reading

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Can’t buy booze with your groceries yet? Two stores in South Vancouver can

Despite the hype surrounding the announcement that grocery stores will be allowed to sell booze, only two Vancouver stores qualify under a recent restriction. Earlier this month the B.C. government declared grocery stores could sell alcohol using a ‘store-within-a-store’ model … Continue reading

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Class assignment: Kids spend spring break playing street hockey

On my way home from school one day, I was thinking of what to do for a photography assignment. I needed to take photos of people playing sports, which could be anything from kids playing basketball to intramurals. As I … Continue reading

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Langara Nursing receives top review from College of Nurses

Langara nursing students can be confident they’re receiving superior training after the latest review by the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia. A full review of Langara’s bachelor of science nursing program was conducted by the CRNBC’s education program … Continue reading

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Nearby church aids flooded neighbourhood house

The Marpole Place Neighbourhood House needs more volunteers to help run its programs after a December flood forced them to start working out of a nearby church. The flooded neighbourhood house, at 1305 West 70th Ave., was closed after a sprinkler burst in … Continue reading

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Recent snowfall proves groundhog’s prediction

Snow made an appearance last week, supposedly confirming Groundhog Day’s prediction of six more weeks of winter after Ontario’s groundhog Wiarton Willie spotted his shadow on Feb. 2. Langara students shared their thoughts of the snow as it blew in last … Continue reading

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