The Ubyssey has compiled the primary health care policies of the four major political parties so that students can remain informed for the upcoming election.
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It was your classic rom-com meet-cute between a human university student and a literal squirrel.
A major concern this election season for students (besides COVID-19) is the scrapping of the Vote on Campus initiative that allowed them to vote at their universities in 2019.
The Thunderbirds are well represented in Canada’s roster. Nicholas Allen, Jack Carson, Matthew Percillier, Elias Egras and Phil Berna have all either turned out for the blue and gold or are playing for the T-Birds this year.
Clubs Days come two weeks after Imagine Day where a CampusBase crash — the website used for virtual boothing — interfered with some clubs’ ability to booth.
In the end, even if you end a conversation not agreeing on key issues, it’s important to feel comfortable having the conversation nonetheless.
With the 2021 federal election fast approaching, The Ubyssey has broken down the platforms of the four main political parties and their promises on the climate crisis.
I encourage you to make your own list too — it’s important that we take care of ourselves during the hectic convergence of the pandemic and the return to classes!
In his letter, Richardson stated how UBC failed to provide “clear and consistent guidelines across Faculties."
Election Day is almost upon us, and it can be hard to work out what party's platforms are saying. So we've explained what the top four parties are promising to do about affordable education.
The AMS announcement comes as BC endures its sixth year of its public health emergency due to the overdose crisis. The emergency was declared back in April 2016.
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.
Gramling’s book explores multilingualism across the globe and its presence and importance moving into the future.
When asked about the advantages of being a student candidate, Binda said his youth, excitement and dedication were a few positives.
Community members are calling on Renate Siekmann to resign after she shared flyers making a racist comparison between residential schools and vaccine passports.