At the end of Election Day, Vancouverites have elected Kennedy Stewart as the new mayor and brought a wave of Green candidates to city governance.
“It essentially wielded its illegal delays in the FOI like … they were trying to squash the human rights complaint,” said Hansen.
The Ubyssey has consulted several weed scientists and at least one Seth Rogen movie to come up with a list of what we believe to be the best munchies on campus in the event you consume the devil’s lettuce.
While UBC Vancouver’s policy towards cannabis won’t be finalized until February, community members can currently smoke anywhere where tobacco is permitted.
“Rent freeze is one of the most viable options to making the housing market in Vancouver a lot more affordable for people and stabilizing it by reducing speculation,”
Not all provinces and territories are taking the same approach to legal cannabis — now, with university policies in place as well, post-secondary students are faced with navigating an especially complex environment surrounding cannabis use.
Coalition Vancouver denounced the use of the term alt-right, saying it aligned the party and its supporters with “Nazis and/or White Supremacists.”
A natural gas line disruption in northern BC means that some UBC buildings may be without heating, hot water or fuel for cooking appliances.
This October, midterms and Halloween won’t be the only things on UBC community members’ mind: many will also be eligible to vote in the Vancouver municipal elections.
The BoG has outlined a number of key policies that are either slated for or already being actively reviewed. These include reworking how UBC accommodates students with disabilities, the school’s rules around discrimination and harassment, and the legal status of cannabis on campus.
Following an Indigenous student discussion circle on October 2, the AMS has apologized for its sluggish efforts to engage Indigenous campus communities and “advance reconciliation.”
As first reported in The Globe and Mail, the Association of Administrative Professional Staff at UBC (AAPS) — which represents 4,500 university employees — announced yesterday that they had helped six of their members file complaints against UBC and senior officials since May.
A Harvard-educated UBC associate professor is petitioning US Senators who are also Harvard alumni to vote against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as Supreme Court judge.
Jump Start has grown to over 3,400 students, both international and domestic. And its benefits have been linked not just to improving retention, but to improving almost every aspect of a student’s university career.
The BC Coroners Service has announced that it will hold a public inquest into the death of David Singh Tucker, who died at a Surrey pre-trial facility on July 25, 2016.