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Justice system report card dubs Ontario ‘most improved,’ B.C., Quebec slide

The Canadian Press reported on a study about the Canadian justice system. “We hope this report card will spur necessary reforms to make our criminal justice system more efficient, fairer, […]

Heat falls to T-Birds, preps for nationals

Kelowna Capital News reported on the latest results from the UBC Okanagan Heat women’s volleyball team. The Heat lost to the UBC Thunderbirds in the Canada West semi-finals, but qualified […]

UBCO researchers find new way to produce living bio-tissues

Global highlighted a new a laser bio-printing method being developed at UBC’s Okanagan campus that could be a game changer for people with severe burns, organ failure or cancer. “One […]

Province proposes major changes to ICBC rate structure

Various media outlets interviewed Werner Antweiler, a professor with the UBC Sauder School of Business, for stories about changes to ICBC’s rate structure and using speed over distance technology to […]

Self-driving ‘sailbot’ returns home after being lost at sea

Various media outlets reported on a self-navigating sailboat built by UBC students that has been returned to Vancouver following its rescue at sea. A Canadian Press story appeared on CTV, CBC […]

Startup rolls into vehicle-sharing world with electric tricycles

Metro News interviewed Alex Bigazzi, a civil engineering and transportation-planning professor at UBC, for an article about a Vancouver vehicle-sharing startup. “There is potentially a condition of too many of […]

Rebuilding Canadian Environmental Law and Policy


Cybele Negris on how entrepreneurs overcome a lot of things by not giving up

The Globe and Mail profiled Cybele Negris, a UBC alumna and the co-founder and CEO of Vancouver-based Negris who studied commerce at UBC, is also a member of the […]

Ontario’s justice system is getting better, but challenges persist

The Ottawa Citizen published an op-ed co-written by Benjamin Perrin, a UBC law professor, about the Canadian criminal justice system. “In terms of fairness and access to justice, the Ontario […]

ICBA calls on Ottawa to reject B.C. attempt to stall pipeline

Journal of Commerce interviewed two UBC professors for an article about the Alberta-to-B.C. Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. Kathryn Harrison, a UBC political science professor, said neither Alberta, B.C. nor […]

Protests against MEC are sign of the social media age

Robert Crawford, a UBC political science professor and multinational corporations expert, weighed in for a Business in Vancouver story about protests against MEC for stocking items made by a corporation […]

Canadian medical schools put under the lens to address harms of patient sexual abuse

The Globe and Mail interviewed Gurdeep Parhar, executive associate dean of clinical partnerships and professionalism in UBC’s faculty of medicine, for a story about the harms of patient sexual abuse. Parhar discussed how […]