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The Kitten Story: The final chapter

Although UFV’s infamous cat family may have left campus, that doesn’t mean they’ve left the UFV community. Last October, a cat with kittens was found...

Health plan centre stage

The proposed Student Union health centre may bring with it, increased health and dental fees. According to a document prepared by Studentcare (the plan provider)...

Complex policies, triangular relationships: Edward Akuffo on the African Union, Canada,...

Edward Akuffo is in the middle of an ongoing research project that picks up from his most recent book: Canadian Foreign Policy in Africa:...

Fighting against fentanyl

With B.C.’s fentanyl crisis still going strong, the future of opiate overdoses in the province is looking bleak. But students in UFV professor Robert...

UFV innovators climb to the summit

A quality assurance test for radiation therapy designed by UFV students and a high-tech greenhouse will be shown at British Columbia’s tech conference this...

Program migrates into approved status

A new program focusing on human movement, resettlement, and belonging was approved by the UFV senate last week. The migration and citizenship program offers three...

UFV’s appointed interim president announced

Last week in an in-camera session of the board of governors, UFV chief financial officer and vice-president administration Jackie Hogan was voted into the...

The future of history

In an effort to provide flexibility to students, UFV’s history department is offering its first upper-level online course. David Milobar, associate professor with the history...

Substance abuse counselling certificate suspended due to low enrollment

After five years of no student enrollment, UFV Senate has approved to suspend the school of social work and human service’s substance abuse counselling...