BCIT Magazine for February 23rd, 2017

This week on BCIT Magazine we take a look at the political tension at this year's Talking Stick Festival,… Read more →

BCIT Magazine for February 23rd, 2017 BCIT Magazine for February 23rd, 2017

Volunteers address homelessness in Metro Vancouver

The coldest night of the year is approaching and with it comes a reminder that not everyone has a warm… Read more →

Volunteers address homelessness in Metro Vancouver Volunteers address homelessness in Metro Vancouver

Lower Mainland sees “abnormal” weather systems; sets records in last three months

As the snow is set to hit the lower mainland yet again after a week of mild temperatures, Environment… Read more →

Lower Mainland sees “abnormal” weather systems; sets records in last three months Lower Mainland sees "abnormal" weather systems; sets records in last three months

IHIT investigates Burnaby homicide

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is investigating the death of a 45-year-old woman in Burnaby.… Read more →

IHIT investigates Burnaby homicide IHIT investigates Burnaby homicide

Are BCIT students using “Safety Walk” ?

BCIT students say they are somewhat unclear on how to use the "Safety Walk" service at the Burnaby campus."Safety Walk"… Read more →

Are BCIT students using “Safety Walk” ? Are BCIT students using "Safety Walk" ?

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  • BCIT Magazine for February 23rd, 2017

    February 24th, 2017

    This week on BCIT Magazine we take a look at the political tension at this year’s Talking Stick Festival, Canada’s legalization of medically assisted dying and the concern over Vancouver’s underground sub stations. We also examine the lasting impact of hockey … More →

  • Volunteers address homelessness in Metro Vancouver

    February 23rd, 2017

    The coldest night of the year is approaching and with it comes a reminder that not everyone has a warm house to welcome them in from the cold. On February 25th the Coldest Night of the Year walk is taking … More →

  • Lower Mainland sees “abnormal” weather systems; sets records in last three months

    February 23rd, 2017

    As the snow is set to hit the lower mainland yet again after a week of mild temperatures, Environment Canada says constantly changing weather patterns have been abnormal. December was hit with periodic snow and cooler temperatures over the month. … More →

  • IHIT investigates Burnaby homicide

    February 23rd, 2017

    The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is investigating the death of a 45-year-old woman in Burnaby. RCMP first responded to calls shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday about a female needing medical attention. The victim was found dead when police arrived at … More →

  • Are BCIT students using “Safety Walk” ?

    February 23rd, 2017

    BCIT students say they are somewhat unclear on how to use the “Safety Walk” service at the Burnaby campus. “Safety Walk” links a student with a member of campus security to escort them through the BCIT Burnaby campus. Here’s what BCIT students had … More →

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  • Feb.24 – For the Record – BC Hockey Rookie Sensation

    On today’s episode of For the Record, Brady Trettenero sits down with 15-year-old rookie sensation Ethan Leyh of the BC Major Midget Hockey League. Leyh  sits fourth in league scoring and has already accepted a full-ride scholarship to the University of … More →

  • Feb.23 – For the Record – Anti-Bullying Day

    On today’s  episode of For the Record, Brady Trettenero sits down with BCIT health and wellness coordinator Hannah Bielert to discuss pink shirt day and BCIT’s efforts to provide a learning and working environment free from discrimination, bullying and harassment.

  • For the Record – Feb.22 – Olivia Smith of Lark Productions

    On today’s episode of For the Record, Brady Trettenero sits down with former BCIT Broadcast Journalism student Olivia Smith of Lark Productions to talk about the critically acclaimed documentary series she works on titled Emergency Room: Life and Death at … More →