Remembrance Day has always been important to my family. My father was a reservist (as pictured above) and my grandfather was in the air force. Because of their strong military background and the relationships made during their times of service, my family has always considered Remembrance Day as one of the more important days of the year. Not only do we pay our respects on November 11 each year, we have also placed a wreath at our local cenotaph for 20 years now (that’s every year that I have been alive). In… Read More
Today is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women. We fly our flags at half-mast in memory of the 14 women murdered in the École Polytechnique massacre of 1989, and in solidarity with the survivors who were injured and traumatized in the attack.
“Understanding the effect of power and powerlessness is so key when working with marginalized communities, as is knowing you can amplify someone's voice, and advocate for their rights and needs. That is what I am doing in Alert Bay.” -- Irene Jesso, Social Work alumnus.
Philosophy instructor Dr. Elliot Rossiter’s research project on housing insecurity has received nearly $585,000 in funding.
Nov. 30, 10:00am -- The College will open at noon (12pm) today. All classes, events and activities starting after noon (12pm) will continue as scheduled. All in-person and online classes, events and activities starting BEFORE NOON (12pm) are cancelled. Check the Douglas College website douglascollege.ca for more information.
Today is our 52nd anniversary!
Douglas College has been awarded a silver rating for environmental sustainability initiatives through the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS)! From reducing greenhouse gas emissions by upgrading our facilities to eliminating single-use plastic water bottle sales, protecting the environment is a top priority for us. We look forward to using this rating as momentum to further our commitment to climate action.