Concerned groups say fewer marine units a public safety concern, likely to endanger lives
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In response to the potential loss of another Monday in the spring term for B.C.’s new statutory holiday, Family Day, the UVic Senate voted on Oct. 5 to move spring reading break.
Drivers abstain from wearing uniforms as bargaining continues
Judicial Affairs Office seeks feedback on year-old policy
On Sept. 11, the Capital Regional District (CRD) held its EcoStar awards ceremony celebrating businesses, organizations and individuals who have led the way in environmentally conscious initiatives.
After almost two years of negotiations and two weeks of job action, UVic union employees intensified their job action before returning to the bargaining table on Sept. 18.
UVic has chosen the half-century marker to reflect on its many changes and discoveries over the years.
On Aug. 30, the B.C. government announced it would provide $2 million for the promotion of local farmers and food processors.
According to an advisory group appointed to find solutions to the capital region’s deer problem, we should increase public education about deer, ease fencing regulations and allow hunters to kill more deer.
UVic prof seeks Green Party nomination, student engagement