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recommend a minimum
internet download speed of 1.5mbps for video-on-demand content and 4mbps for live event
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If problems persist, it may be a problem at the live stream venue. Please try again later.
Video playback is very slow
There could be a number of causes resulting in slow or interrupted video playback. In general, if
connecting over Wi-Fi and experiencing constant rebuffering or other issues during playback, try
your router to another location and away from other devices that may cause electrical
We recommend the following:
Move your wireless router to a more central location of your home.
Move your wireless router to an elevated surface such as a desk or on top of a bookshelf.
Clear clutter from the vicinity of your wireless router.
Vancouver Community College: Indigenizing the Urban Built Environment
Jul. 12, 2023 at 11:12 a.m. PDT
Post-secondary institutes are undergoing significant changes to advance reconciliation with Indigenous communities, and Vancouver Community College (VCC), serving more than 11,000 students, has been determined to trailblaze new practices. In 2020 when VCC commenced a new campus planning process, it learned there was significant yet untold Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil Waututh Nations (“MST”) history of the site of the new buildings. Honouring the history of Skwachàys, otherwise known as the City’s Creative District, has become the foundation of VCC’s new campus planning process.
The panel discussed how post-secondary institutions can fully and innovatively embody truth and reconciliation — and how land development in urban centres can contribute to the process of economic and culture Indigenization.
Ginger Gosnell-Myers, Cultural Advisor,
Cory Douglas, Cultural Advisor,
Ian Humphreys, Vice President Administration and International Development, VCC, and