The petition says that students, particularly those who are disabled or immunocompromised, should have the option to learn remotely if they want to.
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Over the past several years, members of the Indigenous community who worked with UBC in some capacity have had difficulties receiving appropriate and timely payment.
The comments were made during a break in class when Dr. John Sherman was discussing the semantics of calling something a fact or racist.
Community members could get free immunoassay fentanyl strips (FTS) and naloxone kits on the main floor of the Nest.
Given the high transmissibility of the recent Omicron variant, health experts now say that N95 and KN95 masks should be recommended in indoor public settings.
On the night of January 18, a rat appeared at the dining hall’s grill station. In a video of the incident, a cook picked up the rat with a pair of tongs before the rat wiggled out onto the floor.
Fourth-year Azuz Al-Rubaye started a GoFundMe page to raise tuition money for his younger sister Atika’s final year of medical school at the University of Alexandria.
The current rules at VCH hospitals require all visitors to remove the mask they arrive in and replace it with the provided surgical mask.
Students will only be able to drop courses until February 6; they will not be able to add any courses past the original add drop deadline of January 21.
The BCCDC has reported a 43 per cent testing positivity rate between January 11 and January 17, a three per cent increase from the previous week.
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Read this article for information about when you should get tested, where you can get tested and what you should do afterwards.
The Acadia Park Residents Association (APRA) board is drafting a letter to UBC to create a plan to remove ice and snow in the future.
The Alberta Major Crimes Unit charged a 20-year-old male with the second-degree murder of Melanie Lowen, a 48-year-old woman from Airdrie, Alberta.
As the Omicron variant surges worldwide, we spoke to some of UBC’s student community to see how they are adapting and coping with this new chapter in the pandemic.