Matt Law is a freelance journalist based in Vancouver, B.C. He is currently finishing a degree in journalism and serving a second term as media editor at The Runner.
The growing disconnect between politicians and Canadian youth is a sign of a stagnant political culture in drastic need of a shake-up.
Existing rail beds offer an affordable option to improve commuting south of the Fraser.
Opinion: Why B.C. is afraid of Alberta oil.
Vancouver filmmaker tackles the route of a controversial oil pipeline.
The number of organ donors in the province is on the rise but more are needed.
Slideshow of the KSA Special General Meeting held Wednesday, Nov. 30.
On November 30 at 2 p.m. the Kwantlen Student Association will hold a SGM on Surrey campus
An audio slideshow about dodging balls for prostate cancer.
A short video on the role that stereotypes play in our media and what affect they can have on a person’s identity.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University has partnered with United Way to help raise food donations for people in need.
Kwantlen will be host to the Surrey mayoral debate on Nov. 9.
The Green Screen International Film Festival wraps up this weekend in West Van.
On Oct. 25, World Food Day was recognized on Kwantlen’s Surrey campus.
The Runner visited Kwantlen’s Cloverdale campus to check out the farreir training program.