Janet Steffenhagen

Businesses, universities customize curricula

Sending executives back to school for specialized studies pays off for B.C. companies

Legislature seeks tougher regulations for private career-training schools

A government bill now before the B.C. legislature promises tough new quality standards for hundreds of private career-training institutions, ending more than a decade of self-regulation. The bill...

B.C. teachers and businesses seize upon social media to push their messages

When the B.C. Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) reached a tentative deal with the government Tuesday morning (September 16) that could end the three-month long teachers’ strike, they did what any student...

Strike stokes tutors, threatens international program

Parents turn to tutoring companies to fill gap created by school labour dispute

Changing demographic buoys B.C. pleasure craft industry

Recreational boating industry organization adds Chinese-language website in response to rising interest among Asian-Canadians

Metro businesses get taste of new food waste rules

Region pushing awareness of program aimed at diverting organic waste from landfills

Upside for independents in B.C. school scrap

Private school enrolment on the rise as ongoing teacher-employer labour strife disrupts the province's public school system

Energy innovators develop locally, sell globally

Province is a clean-tech leader, but public policy lags behind, industry stakeholders say

Reading, writing, real estate: B.C. schools for sale

School districts are selling off public property in response to falling enrolment

B.C. private school tax fight looms

School association sounds alarm bells