PATA way to go

Capilano University's School of Tourism Management recently launched Canada's first student chapter of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA).

  • May 10

Six New Faces To Join CapU Women's Basketball Team

After finishing the regular season atop the conference standings and winning silver at the PACWEST Provincials for the second-straight season, the Capilano Blues women's basketball team is excited to announce the addition of six new players.

  • May 5

Education in women's prison supports positive social change

Every month, Capilano University School of Business instructor Leighan Crowe drives the three-hour round trip from the North Shore to Abbotsford's Fraser Valley Correctional Institute (FVI). The correctional facility is one of six federal correction institutions for women in Canada.

  • May 4

What makes a website stand out for you?

We want to hear what you think about (and we'll pay you for your time!)

  • Apr 26

25th Annual Athletic Banquet

Following a successful 2016-17 varsity season, Capilano University held their 25th Annual Athletic Banquet on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at the Seymour Golf & Country Club in North Vancouver.

  • Apr 4

Farhan Mohamed: Turning a side job into a media powerhouse

One of Capilano's own, Farhan Mohamed recently made Vancouver Magazine's Power 50 list.

  • Apr 4

You can't buy this brand of dedication

When Pauntehah Poursaba joined Capilano University's marketing case team this fall, she had no idea what she was in for.

  • Apr 3

Cap honoured among best on North Shore

The Capilano University Blues were big winners at the 18th annual North Shore Sports Awards on Tuesday night, as CapU was recognized for both recent and long-standing success across the North Shore sports community.

  • Mar 29

Best at Westerns

How would you handle a government-forced breakup of a conglomerate over eight years? That's something second-, third- and fourth-year students from Capilano University's School of Business have been strategizing about for months.

  • Mar 29

From Jazz Studies to the Junos

That seven CapU alumni and two instructors are nominated for Juno Awards is music to Jared Burrows's ears.

  • Mar 27