Category Archives: Journalism Assignments

This is the Langara News Newscast – Nov. 28, 2014

A long overdue posting of my class’ newscast back in November 2014. Edrick Dudang and I were the hosts, Chris Slater on weather, Ashley Legassic on sports, and Kera Skocylas on entertainment. Advertisements

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AUDIO: Living with autism: my life, my words

Ever you ever wondered what goes on in my head? Here’s a bit of insight on my life with autism.

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VIDEO: Keep calm and try the Langara kendo club!

The Langara kendo club began in the fall of 2012 and is afflicated with the UBC and Steveston kendo clubs. The club takes in new members at the start of each fall semester. Club president Klaudine Go suggests people to give kendo … Continue reading

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Children’s street library provides little ones with easy access to books

While walking around her neighbouhood, Maureen Burr has noticed people pulling up in their cars and looking at books placed in an old newspaper box. That newspaper box is actually a curbside library Carolyn Hart had opened up on her … Continue reading

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Library heritage fair to promote intercultural awareness

The Richmond Public Library will display the presentations of nine students from the Heritage Fair during the week of Nov. 16 to 22 during Multicultural Week. Coordinator Learning Place Services Lee Anne Smith said, “The focus (of the Multicultural Week programs) … Continue reading

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Looking for possible Richmond Sports Wall of Fame nominees: nomination committee requested to be started up

Richmond has yet to committ to a physical location for a Sports Wall of Fame, but discusions are ongoing in terms of selecting who would be nominated to be inducted.  A report to the Richmond General Purpose Committee on the Richmond … Continue reading

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Carol Day wins seat on city council, Brodie re-elected as mayor

Carol Day hopes to be the voice of the people as she takes on her new position of city councillor. She was one of two new names on the list of elected city councillors in the recent municiple election. Day … Continue reading

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“Don’t blame the Chinese” says mall manager on Chinese signs issue

According to one mall manager, it’s not just Chinese business owners who have decided to advertise only in their own language. Koreans, Japanese and Punjabi business owners appear to do the same. With the issue of Chinese-only signs appearing in the … Continue reading

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Vancouver Block Watch celebrates 25 years of protecting neighbourhoods

The Vancouver Block Watch celebrated 25 years by presenting to the Vancouver Police Board the benefits of the program, its results and its goals for the next five years. The Vancouver Block Watch is a VPD community-based crime prevention program … Continue reading

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Vancouver councillor: staff needs to be more proactive in reno-eviction issue

Vancouver is upping its fight against landlords who try to evict tenants by putting in place a new team to vet applications for renovations and by providing money to a non-profit group that helps tenants fight their evictions. One of … Continue reading

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