UBC Law alumnus Peter A. Allard, Q.C., has donated $30 million to UBC’s Faculty of Law, the largest gift ever to a Canadian law school.Read more...
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Midwives who trained and practised outside Canada will soon have a new opportunity to provide their services to women in B.C., thanks to the creation of a new program at UBC.
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