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A UVic residence building has been recognized for its environmental design and sustainability.
Larsen has dedicated his life’s work to cannabis law reform.
UVic’s 2011 Combination Pension Plan shows over $4 million invested in Enbridge Inc. and over $45 million in the tar sands, which make up the majority of the energy portfolio.
I’m only in first year, so I don’t know much about co-op. So, I don’t know, but I’d always assume that more funding is a good thing for students.
Dignity House project aims to address issues unique to LGBTTQI seniors
Tax credits for co-op employers could make hiring students a more attractive option
After success with the VENUS and NEPTUNE underwater observatories off Vancouver Island, UVic’s Ocean Networks Canada has built a new underwater observatory in the Canadian Arctic.
Thursday and Friday saw more Idle No More protests across Canada. Thursday at UVic, a demonstration was held in the Bus Exchange, interrupting service at the university. Friday saw a large crowd gather in downtown Toronto. http://storify.com/TheMartlet/idle-no-more-at-uvic-and-toronto
Update: B.C. Transit and its drivers’ union have reached a tentative agreement as of Jan. 16, 2012. The full-day Jan. 22 strike has been cancelled, and the Vicinity buses will be tested in areas outside of Greater Victoria.