A fighter for justice: Minister Melanie Mark’s path to politics

Douglas Criminology alum and B.C.’s Minister for Tourism, Art, Culture and Sport originally wanted to be a police officer. Today, she continues her goal to fight for justice as a leader in B.C.’s parliament.

A sense of community: How this Social Work student is advocating for students inside and outside the classroom

Inspired to become a social worker because of her own experience in government care, Bachelor of Social Work student Aly Hillaby is using her skills to foster connections at Douglas.

2021 Student Leadership Award winners announced

The Student Leadership Awards is an annual event that brings the Douglas College community together to celebrate exceptional students, faculty and staff who have made an outstanding contributions to leadership.

Half a century in education – happy anniversary to us!

Today we celebrate a milestone 50 years after welcoming our first students

These Psychiatric Nursing students created an outreach project that won a United Nations Association in Canada award

Inspired by her grandfather, Douglas student Vanessa Reid founded a homeless outreach project for those who struggle with mental health.

TR grads use therapeutic recreation to help kids with disabilities improve their quality of life

A passionate dedication in helping others led two TR grads, Kelsey Merritt and Danielle Barrett, to create a program to aid children and youth with disabilities in pursuing their dreams.

Why vote this October: Discover 10 reasons why you should be more politically aware

Learn the different reasons why your vote can count and make a difference for the upcoming federal election on Oct. 21.

Compassion and serendipity led this future social worker to his true calling

After a transformative trip to the Philippines, Josh Rasalan set his sights on a Bachelor of Social Work and a future helping newcomers to Canada.

Let’s not love this place to death

Image shows city graphic on white background in black box with text to the right that says: Balancing Act: Revitalization Without Gentrification

Can New Westminster progress and evolve without falling prey to gentrification?