Young adults in B.C. are speaking out about mental health amidst COVID-19

At the age of 21, Kaia Wong-Moon was let go from her two jobs due to COVID-19, and left to pay full rent for a two-bedroom suite in New Westminster. Struggling financially and mentally, she was forced to move in with her grandmother in Oliver, B.C. Wong-Moon is far from alone. Statistics Canada says that... Continue Reading

Post-Secondary Students in Vancouver Need to Vote

On Oct. 20, Vancouverites will be voting to elect a mayor, 10 city councillors, seven commissioners for the Board of Parks and Recreation, and nine school trustees for the Vancouver School Board. That is, if they decide to vote. During the last municipal election in November 2014, residents of Metro Vancouver voiced their concerns about... Continue Reading