The demonstration in front of Liberal MP Joyce Murray’s office included about 50 students at its peak, kept intentionally small due to the pandemic.
The open session of the first Board of Governors (BoG) meeting of the 2020/21 ran for four hours over Zoom, with governors discussing COVID-19 planning and hearing from student unions about what they want from the Board this school year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated student-facing issues including housing, food insecurity and financial instability.
Before the announcement, BC’s 42nd provincial election was scheduled to happen on or before October 2021.
The health agency tweeted today that visitors to the beach on September 7 between 1 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. may have been exposed to COVID-19.
Senators approved a new program of Indigenous land stewardship, got briefed on the budget and were provided with an update on the Integrated Renewal Program.
This announcement follows the university’s decision in recent months not to mandate masks on campus and comes on the heels of the AMS announcing Nest visitors will be required to wear masks.
Visitors to the Nest will be required to wear masks starting September 14, the AMS announced today in an email.
It cites Linkletter’s conduct on Twitter, specifically Linkletter sharing public links to Proctorio’s videos on August 23 and 24, which Proctorio calls “confidential and proprietary.”
Second term of the 2020/21 school year will be mostly online, President and Vice-Chancellor Santa Ono announced in a broadcast on Wednesday, September 2.
The AMS will launch CampusBase on August 24 — but three days before the launch, The Ubyssey found that the Clubhouse replacement allows some users to view other students’ personal email addresses.
Ono will begin his second five-year term in August 2021. His first term officially ends on August 14, 2021.
As of July 16, the RCMP E Division Major Crime Section and the BC Coroners Service confirmed both units were investigating the cause and the circumstances surrounding Kirkeby’s death.
AMS Council met virtually for its first August meeting last night, discussing UBC funding allocation, the replacement to Clubhouse and advocacy updates.
Transit police will be able to enforce transit signage and rules, but TransLink said initial phases of the plan will focus on public awareness.