Community members are calling on Renate Siekmann to resign after she shared flyers making a racist comparison between residential schools and vaccine passports.
In a tweet posted at 7:31 a.m., BC Hydro said the outages, which began just before 6 a.m., were impacting 5,000 customers. Crews were sent out to campus this morning.
The first motion falls short of an outright vaccine mandate, however, instead leaving the decision up to Ono and the Board.
In February 2020, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) — the governing body of UBC’s frats — announced an indefinite suspension on all open social events following drugging allegations from multiple female students in 2019.
The event, intended to be held on September 8 after the start of phase four of the BC Restart plan, was advertised as a “rager” and “the first of its kind at UBC.”
UBC will provide rapid COVID-19 testing for all students, faculty and staff who are unvaccinated or don’t wish to disclose their vaccination status.
Board of Governors representative Max Holmes pushed AMS executives on what they’ve been doing to address the drug poisoning crisis.
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Public Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Training Anne Kang announced the new measures at a press conference earlier this morning.
The reopening, outlined in the AMS Restart Plan, includes the relaxing of some restrictions in building use, access, operations and services while continuing to maintain COVID-19 safety protocol.
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After weeks of UBC saying it would not institute a mask or vaccine mandate, President Santa Ono has come out in support of the two policies.
CUFA President Daniel Laitsch criticized the Ministry of Advanced Education for its “heavy-handed direction” in dictating mask and vaccine policies.
UBC sent an email to international students on July 20 announcing that those who still need to quarantine are eligible for what it called a “UBC Quarantine Bursary.”
UBC Housing wrote that a student living on the seventh floor of an unknown building had their mezuzah — an encased prayer scroll that is hung in doorways to serve as a blessing — removed from their doorpost and vandalized by three individuals on July 22.