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What Canadians need to know about price-fixing probes

James Brander, a professor at the UBC Sauder School of Business, was quoted in a Globe and Mail story about price-fixing probes. “Canada’s approach to price-fixing works well – and […]

What does Chinese investment mean for Cambodia?

Darren Touch, a UBC master’s candidate in public policy and global affairs, wrote an op-ed for The Diplomat about Chinese investment in Cambodia. “Cambodia can utilize China’s support and expertise […]

Domestic abuse and animal abuse ‘inextricably linked,’ says SPCA

The Vancouver Courier interviewed Amber Prince, an animal law professor at UBC, about the link between domestic abuse and animal abuse. She said animal abuse could likely happen in a […]

‘Made-in-the-Okanagan’ solutions to homelessness

Kelowna Capital News reported on a panel discussion that included professors from UBC’s Okanagan campus. The focus of the panel is housing and homelessness.

Cree cellist and composer showcases Orchestral Powwow

Cris Derksen, a UBC alumna and Cree cellist and composer, was profiled by CBC. Derksen is performing music from her album Orchestral Powwow at Vancouver’s PuSh Festival.

How Bell Let’s Talk became a triple win

Financial Post quoted Carol Liao, a UBC law professor, in a story about the Bell Let’s Talk mental health campaign. “Bell needs to make sure it practices what it preaches, […]

Harvesting Light and Chasing Genes: A Winding Path through the Landscape of Modern Biology


B.C. Ferries CEO Mark Collins has long history on the water

The Times Colonist profiled Mark Collins, a UBC alumnus and B.C. Ferries CEO. Collins earned a master’s degree in business administration at the centre for transportation studies at UBC.

Retailers face tough outcomes in bread price-fixing scandal

Thomas Ross, a professor of regulation and competition policy at the UBC Sauder School of Business, was quoted in a Financial Post article about the bread price-fixing scandal. “Problems with […]

$5M for UBCO expansion

Castanet reported that UBC Okanagan paid $5 million to buy an industrial building on the edge of its campus. Nathan Skolski, a UBC spokesperson, said the school plans to use […]