Author Archives: Aaron Schulze

Morning Headlines – March 1, 2018

Dropping the MEC Canadian outdoor gear retailer Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) has dropped five brands linked to a major U.S. gun manufacturer. MEC announced it will no longer place orders for brands owned by Vista Outdoor, a company that manufacturers … More →

Morning Headlines – February 28th, 2018

Road Bloc Seven out of the ten Bloc Quebecois MP’s have quit the party. The party made an announcement Wednesday morning, saying Bloc Quebecois leader Martine Ouellet’s leadership as the reason for them leaving. The seven MP’s will form a … More →

Morning Headlines – February 27, 2018

Federal Budget 2018 The Liberal government will unveil its third federal budget Tuesday at 1:00 pm PT. Finance Minister Bill Morneau has hinted that the 2018 budget will focus on gender equality by bringing more women into the workforce. The … More →

Morning Headlines – February 26, 2018

Coquihalla Crash 29 people were sent to the hospital after a multi-vehicle crash on the Coquihalla Highway Sunday at around 8:00 pm. Two buses, two semi-vehicles, and two vehicles were involved in a crash about 25 km north of Hope, … More →

LGBTQ+ local safety: What’s under the rainbow?

  In light of the ever-expanding investigation of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur who targeted Toronto’s gay village, BCIT News takes a look at one of the world’s most LGBTQ+ friendly cities: Vancouver . How safe does the Vancouver LGTBQ+ community … More →

BCIT Magazine – November 23rd 2017

On this week’s episode of BCIT Magazine, we look at the missing Coquitlam woman and her three dogs who were found safe, go through the BC Child Poverty Report Card, and give an update on the local junior and collegiate hockey … More →

For the Record – Andrew Pask

Andrew Pask of the Vancouver Public Space Network discusses a Halloween Sky Train Party they’re throwing on an Expo Line train, the safety concerns, and if TransLink is alright with it.

For the Record – Jason Botchford

The Province’s Jason Botchford discusses the Vancouver Canucks start to the season, what to expect going forward, and the Canucks’ attendance issues.

For the Record – Joe Boyd

Joe Boyd, BCIT Green Team and Cycling Committee, is BCIT’s leader for Bike to Work Week in Vancouver. Boyd explains the benefits or biking and what’s in store for the week.

Police Judo emphasizes development, not competition

Police Judo opened the doors to one of its black belt graduation ceremonies at the Vancouver Police Department Tactical Training Centre. Police Judo is a group of instructors and police officers who teach people how to use judo in policing … More →