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Capilano University

Capilano U's "Rent" recasts Puccini opera in New York's East Village

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Why cyclists are stoked about Evo's expansion to North Van and Burnaby

Good news — Evo Car Share has expanded its boundaries to include North Vancouver, Metrotown, Capilano University, SFU and BCIT.

PuSH Festival finishes with “Saudade” (longing for more)

Zambujo’s Fado is more happy than sad, but it's the sad that makes it work so well.

Capilano University's $1.3 million shortfall means suspended programs for students

While Emily Carr University makes headlines for the announcement of its new $133 million campus, a $1.3 million shortfall for Capilano University means the institution is planning to eliminate...

Coop radio show "The F Word" on Bill C-38, the state of feminism in Canada

In 2006, co-founder Nicole Deagan traveled to Edmonton for a national feminism conference on feminism with a group of women from Capilano University. The group soon became friends, but was also...

Young Canadian Roham Rahmanian taking Hollywood by storm with his unique filmmaking talents

Local filmmaker Roham Rahmanian is adding his inspired vision to the world of cinematography and live action 3D with his innovative Hollywood projects. At just 24 years old, Roham has already worked...

The Hobbit comes to Capilano University

“I know I made the right decision but it's because I got involved in my own life”. That's the journey of this play. Stuart Aikins

An Evening With Albert Maysles

With a vast array of groundbreaking films, an evening with the incredible Albert Maysles, and a chance to listen to this visionary up close and personal, is clearly an opportunity of a lifetime.