Michael Houg is alleging that Gallant refused to accommodate an injury of his or his parenting schedule, and eventually fired him.
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.
Stephanie Hale’s and UBC’s legal teams will finish up cross examination in August, following UBC’s failure to disclose an email exchange between key actors in the case.
In a fiery letter sent to UBC admin and the Board of Governors yesterday, the student union called on UBC to mandate vaccinations in student residences and masks in lecture halls.
Linkletter’s hearing has now been delayed for the second time due to one of Proctorio’s lawyers going on medical leave until early September.
UBC remains a bit lower than surrounding neighbourhoods in terms of vaccination coverage.
A UBC athlete on the track and field team is alleging that a coach sexually assaulted her during a massage therapy treatment. She is suing both the coach and UBC.
Alumni of the University Transition Program are calling for improvements to the program after allegations emerged around its approach to sexual education and the fostering of a negative culture.
Fire Rescue Services put out another small fire on UBC campus yesterday, following a string of small fires in the UBC area since last month’s heat wave.
Naterer earned his master’s degree in electrical engineering at UBC.
This article was unpublished at 1:40 p.m. on July 5, 2021.
Karen Fry, the fire chief of the City of Vancouver, instructed people to avoid the area in a tweet on Tuesday morning.
At its June 24 meeting, the UBC Board of Governors authorized the chair to sign a provincial mandate letter and approved an allocation of $285 million to Workday Student, among other agenda items.
AMS Council met for nearly six hours last night to discuss its restart plan as COVID restrictions ease in the province and the proposed AMS auditorium.