In a decision released on November 5, BC Court of Appeals Judge Susan Griffin ruled that Defendant AB — whose name is protected by a publication ban — can appeal an August decision that would require her to disclose all correspondence used to back up her affidavit against Galloway’s suit.
On Wednesday night, AMS Council voted in favour of deconstituting the IFC as an AMS club after a review found it was non-compliant with AMS code.
Transit workers including bus and SeaBus drivers will refuse to wear CMBC uniforms on their routes and CMBC maintenance workers will refuse to work overtime shifts.
UBC has cancelled the free flu vaccination clinics that were scheduled for October 30 and 31 “due to a nationwide shortage in this year’s flu vaccine.”
According to a media release by Unifor, the strike action will take effect if the parties fail to reach an agreement within 72 hours.
The strike vote comes after bargaining for a new collective agreement between Unifor, the union that represents more than 5,000 shuttle, SeaBus and maintenance workers, and Coast Mountain Bus Company, a TransLink subsidiary, broke off on October 3.
The last time transit workers went on strike was in 2001. The strike lasted for nearly four months and was resolved when the provincial government stepped in to force the striking employees back to work.
On September 23, PWIAS announced its investment strategy will ensure 60 per cent of the endowment that is normally allocated to direct investment in public shares is 100 per cent fossil fuel free.
Though it is officially managed by the Engineering Undergraduate Society, painting the Cairn has long been a campus tradition for groups looking to raise awareness for their causes.
A woman was returning to her car on the tenth floor of West Parkade when two men approached her. According to the RCMP’s press release, one allegedly brandished a black “palm-sized” handgun and demanded her keys.
West 16th Avenue is closed to westbound traffic heading towards UBC campus at Wesbrook Mall.
Bring your friends for moral support and celebrate the first day of classes with some charitable giving.
In an August 22 court ruling, BC Supreme Court Judge Catherine Murray awarded former UBC creative writing Chair Steven Galloway access to online posts, as well as emails between defendant AB, who accused him of sexual assault and a UBC staff member.
Holmes and Hendricks said guiding principles were decided on over a fixed policy to signify the new requirements to publishers and encourage more discussion at the Senate about the financial burdens purchasing assessment materials can have on students.
A counter-demonstration entitled “Rally in Support of Trans Rights!” brought a group of students, faculty, staff and community members together at the Martha Piper Fountain.