There are 25 new cases of COVID-19 and 2 deaths from the virus in BC today, bringing the total number of provincial cases to 2,112.
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There are 55 new cases of COVID-19 and 2 new deaths from the virus in BC today, bringing the total number of provincial cases to 2,053.
Faculty and staff accessing UBC systems must adhere to new cybersecurity measures in response to COVID-19, the university announced earlier this month.
There are 124 new cases of COVID-19 and 6 new deaths from the virus in BC since Thursday, bringing the total number of provincial cases to 1,948.
Following yesterday's biggest single-day jump in cases since March 28, there are 29 new cases of COVID-19 and 4 new deaths from the virus in BC today.
In the wake of UBC’s March 16 announcement that all final exams would be held online, international and domestic students alike were left with the difficult task of choosing between travelling home and staying in Vancouver until the COVID-19 pandemic winds down.
Results from the model showed that people who used cannabis daily had nearly 50 per cent lower odds of using illicit opioids than non-cannabis users.
It was a victory for the Indigenous Seat on Council and a loss for the AMS bylaw referenda on Friday, as the former passed and the second failed to meet quorum.
In order for a referenda question to reach quorum, it must obtain a two-thirds majority of votes in its favour.
Liu, a representative for the Science Undergraduate Society on AMS Council, remained consistent in his prioritization of community outreach as the basis for accessibility and transparency moving forward. Students for Students, helmed by current AMS President Chris Hakim, delved into the high-level platform points they outlined during their first debate with specific plans for action.
The central area of contention in the debate revolved around how to best reach out to students to increase recognition of the SLFS.
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“By simultaneously recording information about their feeding behaviour and their foraging successes, we can answer the question about whether southern residents are less successful at feeding compared to northern residents.”
Jimmy Zhao of SenseTime and Lina Chen of Sina Weibo were scheduled to speak on November 16 and 17 at the 2019 UBC China Forum, a business conference aimed at promoting dialogue between Canadian students and Chinese businesses.