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Shelagh Rogers to speak at UFV on being a witness to Truth and Reconciliation

Like many Canadians, Shelagh Rogers lived much of her life largely unaware of the Indian Residential School system and the suffering of those subjected to it. While hosting a CBC series called Our Home and Native Land, Rogers interviewed people from several generations of an Indigenous family from Nanaimo, and subsequently befriended them. Through getting […]

Gabor Maté to speak at UFV on addictions and healing from trauma

When it comes to counselling people with addictions, Dr. Gabor Maté speaks from experience. For 12 years he worked in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside with patients challenged by hard-core drug addiction, mental illness and HIV, including at Vancouver’s Supervised Injection Site. He brought his unique perspective on addictions and trauma to the University of the Fraser […]

Craig Toews takes on VP External role

Craig Toews has been appointed Vice President, External at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV). With 29 years of experience at UFV, Toews brings extensive leadership and a deep understanding of the university environment to this role. Responsible for fostering the UFV brand and heading up key areas including government, community, and corporate relations, […]

Sample some UFV fitness classes for free Sept 11-15

Is a fitter you on your fall agenda? Did you know you can get your sweat on right at UFV in a variety of fitness classes presented by UFV Campus Recreation? This week (Sept 11-15) is Try Before You Buy week for employees. You can sample any or all of the fitness classes before making […]

New Costco bursary bulks up UFV Business

Everything’s big with Costco. Big stores, big parking spots, big bags of frozen berries. And now, a big donation. “Any time we can have a relationship with people who are going through business leadership educational training, it’s good for our company. We want to get involved in the local community and support businesses, jobs, and […]

New UFV coat of arms features Stó:lô cultural icons and natural elements

UFV’s new coat of arms features symbols of Stó:lô culture, local wildlife, and elements of the Fraser Valley landscape. The coat of arms was unveiled by Chancellor Gwen Point, President Mark Evered, and Miramichi Herald, Manon Labelle at a public ceremony held at the UFV Aboriginal Gathering Place on June 5. Officially granted by the Canadian Heraldic […]

Lieutenant Governor’s Medal — Jacqlyn Marvin: She flew the friendly skies but studied ’til the cows came home

For almost eight years, Jacqlyn Marvin’s future was literally up in the air. Steering her interests toward UFV Agriculture changed that in a hurry. A successful flight attendant based out of Seattle’s Sea-Tac International Airport, Marvin travelled the world, but couldn’t shake a nagging tug to her roots high atop Chilliwack’s eastern hillsides — where […]

Transit Police Chief LePard goes back to school and earns gold medal

Chief Doug LePard didn’t need a master’s degree. But he wanted one. The Chief of the Metro Vancouver Transit Police force decided it was “now or never” two years ago and joined the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice program at the University of the Fraser Valley. On June 6, he will cross the UFV […]