The incident occurred at 1:46 a.m.
While many UBC students were eager to get back on campus this fall for in-person classes, some believe that a hybrid model would provide for a safer, more comfortable learning environment.
With in-person classes in full swing, some faculty and students are anxious about the number of people in their classrooms and whether the rooms are properly ventilated.
Two ongoing conversations in the university community were reignited at the UBC Vancouver Senate meeting last night, with a resolution to calls for a vaccine mandate and an update on honorary degree reviews.
In the first Council meeting of the term, councillors had a lengthy discussion on developing an AMS Strategic Plan and vaccination requirements within the society and the Nest.
Board of Governors representative Max Holmes pushed AMS executives on what they’ve been doing to address the drug poisoning crisis.
Council discussed the construction of an equipment lending library and continued to express frustration over inaction from UBC and the Board of Governors with respect to student's COVID-19 concerns.
Community members are calling on Renate Siekmann to resign after she shared flyers making a racist comparison between residential schools and vaccine passports.
This is an increase from the seven daily new cases reported this time last week.
“Even if students wanted 100 per cent online or 100 per cent in person, the rollout and implementation that UBC Okanagan has done is frankly disrespectful for students."
“One of the most fundamental principles is that decisions over Indigenous funding are made by Indigenous people themselves."
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.
Armstrong was born and raised in Vancouver, so he said he understands the challenges of housing affordability. He said the Conservatives are ready to meet the challenge.
“My vision is for the people; my platform is about improving people's lives."
Bringing lived experience as a Queer woman of colour with a graduate degree to Parliament is Singh’s top priority.
Despite being Vancouver Quadra’s MP for 13 years, Joyce Murray believes there is still work to be done — specifically to address the climate crisis.
To fill the gap, one student created a website — ubccovidtracker.com — to track and map all the exposures on campus. The website is unaffiliated with UBC.
There is currently a petition by Connie Chen, a UEL resident, with over 1,600 signatures protesting the two storefront applications.
With 204 wildfires currently burning in the province at the time of publishing, the fires are set to have significant emotional impacts on UBC community members who reside in Interior BC.
The first motion falls short of an outright vaccine mandate, however, instead leaving the decision up to Ono and the Board.
It’s the start of the school year but the midway point of Canada’s federal election season. With flurries of figures, numbers and claims flooding our news feeds, it can be hard to verify what candidates are saying.
The fee is not only waived for those individuals who hold citizenship, but also those with a permanent address in Afghanistan.