We're entering another virtual semester at SFU this month, kicking off what may well be a whole virtual school year - but you can still volunteer with us (virtually, of course!)

    From writing album reviews to producing video and audio, there...

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    Pride broadcast announcement! From Aug. 3rd to 9th, CJSF will be celebrating Pride Week - tune into 90.1 FM in Metro Vancouver or cjsf.ca worldwide to discover new LGBTQIA2S+ artists, listen to people from the community speak about all things Prid...

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    SFU's Summer 2020 semester may be happening remotely this year, but did you know many services at SFU are also available from the comfort of your home: learn more about them at SFU Student Services' first-ever Virtual Service Fair this June! Not o...

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    Are you a student looking for work in media this summer? CJSF has two summer student job openings for you: Programming Assistant and Community Outreach & Promotions Assistant.

    Job descriptions below. To...

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    Mellowhaunt Album Release Show - Red Gate

    On February 28, relative newcomers, Mellowhaunt, headlined Red Gate Arts Society to celebrate the release of their debut full length album, Love is Strange. 

    Dreamy, calming, and existentially lonely, Mellowhaunt is able to create beauty in... Continue reading...

    Tonye Aganaba at MOA

    On Thursday, February 13th 2020, Vancouver-based multidisciplinary artist, musician and arts facilitator Tonye Aganaba performed as a part of MOA’s sold out program. The museum’s event, "Decolonizing Voices, A Celebration of Canadian Black HERstor... Continue reading...

    No Rush - The Short Story of John Rutsey

    Most every quasi-metalhead is familiar with the prolific, power prog-rock trio, Rush. The majority however, are not so in tune with the legendary bands original drummer, co-founder John Rutsey. Rutsey played with the group in the early days and on... Continue reading...

    The Man Who Lived With a Giant

    It used to be tradition — entire communities coming together and learning from the stories that boasted centuries in age, sometimes millennia. However, upon coming to a time of travel, technological growth, globalization, and colonialization, more... Continue reading...