UBC’s commitment to meaningful relationships with Aboriginal communities and organizations begins with our acknowledgement of the traditional territories of the Musqueam and Okanagan peoples, which UBC’s Point Grey (Vancouver) and Kelowna (Okanagan) campuses are located. UBC has formal affiliations with both the Musqueam Indian Band and the Okanagan Nation Alliance, and many other forms of relationship with these and other First Nations, and many other Aboriginal communities and organizations. Some relationships, such as these affiliations, operate on the university-wide level, and many others exist between individual programs, researchers, students, and communities and organizations. Many connections exist as well with Indigenous communities and organizations throughout the world. Noted here are a few of these kinds of relationships. Come back often as we add more.
By Linc on October 29, 2013
Chief Campbell (r) with Edwin Newman at the dedication of the Victory Through Honour Pole, 2005 We students, staff and faculty at UBC and the First Nations House of Learning expresses our most sincere condolences for the communities of Musqueam, Vancouver, British Columbia, and Canada for the loss of former Musqueam Chief Ernest Campbell. Chief […]
By Thane Bonar on December 4, 2012
By Basil Waugh on June 11, 2012
By Lesley Campbell on June 5, 2012