Research in UBC-Huawei partnership proceeds as pressure builds to exclude giant Chinese firm
The Chinese telecom equipment maker has been declared a security risk by U.S. authorities.
Haida student wins UBC’s first-ever Lieutenant Governor medal for work supporting peers
Chelsea Gladstone is not just leaving the University of British Columbia with a degree, she is also leaving with something no other student at the university has won before — a Lieutenant Governor medal.
U of R loses bid to have freedom of information case heard in closed courtroom
A Regina judge has ordered a freedom of information case involving the University of Regina and one of its professors will be heard in open court.