A virus left volleyball player Isabela Lima paralyzed on the left side of her body. Pushing through her recovery helped Isabela find her purpose in Early Childhood Care & Education at CapilanoU.
A girl with many dreams Born with Klippel-feil syndrome, Kayla Turnbull found refuge in music. Her journey to graduate with a degree from CapilanoU's music therapy program has not been easy.
My Cultural Awakening
For Dustin McGladrey, his first canoe journey was his cultural awakening. As a student of CapilanoU's Indigenous Independent Digital Filmmaking (IIDF) program, Dustin tells stories informed by his lived experience.
CapilanoU archaeology instructor Bob Muckle unearthed a previously unknown Japanese settlement camp in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.
Tsleil-Waututh hereditary chief Sla-holt, who carries the name Ernest George, is an elder-in-residence at CapilanoU.