Watson, Holmes, Kang and McCutcheon have been re-elected for another three years, while Glassheim, Gallo and Mojdehi are joining the Board for the first time.
The hearing, which was supposed to run from today until Friday, has been delayed due to the BC Supreme Court not being able to find a judge for the hearing.
Olivia Yu requested termination during AMS Council’s closed session on Wednesday, November 24 due to what she perceived as improper employee treatment from the student society.
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From November 16 to 22, the UBC neighbourhood — roughly west of Blanca — saw an average of two daily cases per 100,000 residents.
In a statement released across social media on Friday morning, Peter Smailes, UBC’s vice-president finance & operations, said it did not endorse UBC SFE. He referred to it as an “external group.”
It’s been nearly six years since she initially filed the complaint, but Kirchmeier said she’s still fighting in search of accountability for the women hurt by UBC’s policies.
UBC is currently seeing two new cases per 100,000 residents daily, as per new British Columbia Centre for Disease Control data.
Students were able to pick up the free test strips outside the Nest by Loafe from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m today — but after two hours, all 100 test strips had been picked up.
The AMS is planning to replace its financial system in order to solve the society’s long-standing woes with reimbursing people in a timely manner.
30–40 protestors proceeded to block the Wesbrook Mall and University Boulevard intersection at 5:30 p.m., singing songs, chanting and yelling at police.
From October 12 to October 18, the UBC neighbourhood had a test positively rate below one per cent, and its daily case rate only went up by one case per 100,000 per day.
The deadline for nomination is this Friday.
During its six-hour meeting last night, AMS Council approved an early version of its Equity Action Plan and how to improve student safety along NW Marine Drive.
The first-dose vaccination rate for residents ages 12+ in the UBC neighbourhood has reached 100 per cent — up from 96 per cent last week. However, it’s likely this data point is not accurate.