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Federal NDP health critic pushes back on plans to require more evidence for health claims of natural products

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Kids and drugs: The Vancouver teachers transforming substance use education

Articles appeared on Vancouver SunThe Province and the 

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How Canada is preparing for the next big earthquake

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B.C. ride-sharing regulations no solution to wage issues, congestion, analyst says

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Burrardview co-op works with UBC to build new play-space

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Water advocacy group 'not worried' about sulphuric acid leaking from train derailment

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UBC engineering grad bridges worlds of cutting-edge technology, Indigenous roots

Vancouver Sun featured a story of Shay Dekock-Kruger, a UBCO engineering graduate. She spoke about gender diversity in STEM fields — science, technology, engineering, math, as well as her Indigenous roots.

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How you lock your smartphone can reveal your age: Study

Articles appeared on Business StandardiNewsTribune India

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Why New West Station’s Plaza 88 Is One of a Kind

The Tyee mentioned Neal LaMontagne, an adjunct professor at UBC’s school of community and regional planning, about Plaza 88, a residential and shopping development at New Westminster SkyTrain station.

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UCP’s education bill plays games with students’ lives

The Province cited a 2014 study by UBC’s school of nursing which found that gay-straight alliances in high schools reduce bullying and suicidal thoughts among both LGBTQ and straight students.

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