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Learning Chinese Canada By Henry Yu
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Learning Chinese Canada is the inaugural book of an important new series that reflects a unique partnership between the University of British Columbia and the Chinese Canadian Historical Society of... More > British Columbia. Reflecting an ongoing relationship between the CCHSBC and the researchers and students of the Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies at UBC, this book signals a new commitment to uncover the long ignored and lost histories of the Chinese in British Columbia and Canada. Featuring excerpts from earlier books published by the Chinese Canadian Historical Society, as well as new essays from UBC researchers, Learning Chinese Canada outlines a bold and innovative vision of British Columbia and Canada that reimagines the importance of Canada’s historical engagement with the Pacific world.< Less
Learning Chinese Canada By Henry Yu
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Learning Chinese Canada is the inaugural book of an important new series that reflects a unique partnership between the University of British Columbia and the Chinese Canadian Historical Society of... More > British Columbia. Reflecting an ongoing relationship between the CCHSBC and the researchers and students of the Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies at UBC, this book signals a new commitment to uncover the long ignored and lost histories of the Chinese in British Columbia and Canada. Featuring excerpts from earlier books published by the Chinese Canadian Historical Society, as well as new essays from UBC researchers, Learning Chinese Canada outlines a bold and innovative vision of British Columbia and Canada that reimagines the importance of Canada’s historical engagement with the Pacific world.< Less
The Great Adventure - A Life Long Passion for Plants, Places & People By Clive L. Justice
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> The Great Adventure is the memoir of Clive L. Justice from his native Saltspring Island and as a boy on Vancouver Island, to the end of Wartime Europe (WW2); which gave him the opportunity to... More > study Landscape Architecture in Berkeley, California, there being no school in Canada at the time. His graduation took him back to Department of Public Works in Ottawa, and to the western provinces of Canada. > His further study in UBC's School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) opened up his practice to designing parks, schools, and Universities Campuses: University of Victoria and University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon and UBC were his next big projects. After 34 years of successful finding and gaining experience, he became a volunteer for Canadian Executive Service Overseas (CESO/SACO) as a Park Planner and Construction Supervisor undertaking projects like the Queen's Garden, a garden of native flowers and fruits in Malaysia on her retirement, a gift from the nation.< Less
Darren Huston Commoner to Ceo By Trent Magazine
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Darren Huston turned into the president and CEO of Microsoft Japan in July 2005, moving to Japan with his significant other Clarissa and their youngsters. Before joining Microsoft, Darren was a... More > senior VP at Starbucks Coffee Company where, in addition to other things, he drove the rollout of the Starbucks Card and Wi-Fi to Starbucks stores far and wide. An alum of the United World College in Trieste, Italy, he earned his Honors B.Sc. Praises in financial matters at Trent, his Masters in financial aspects at UBC, and a MBA from Harvard University.< Less
666 The History And Future Of The Money Of The Beast And Your Identication In The Beast’s Surveillance Society - The Full List Of Biotmetrics And RFID Reports Updated To 2012 By Robin Fox
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13. L.U.C.I.D. – Logical Universal Communication Interactive Databank 14. ROTHSCHILD BANKING 15. BIG BROTHER 16. BIG SISTER 17. NATIONAL I.D. CARDS, SMART CARDS (SMART IDENTIFICATION... More > CARDS), & BIOMETRICS IDENTIFIC 18. CHOICEPOINT VOLUME II (THIS VOLUME) 19. SECRET SERVICE HISTORY, PRESENT, & FUTURE OF MONEY 20. FORMATION OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE 21. UNIVERSAL BIOMETRICS I.D. CARD (UBC) 22. APPLIED DIGITAL SOLUTIONS 23. VERICHIP CORPORATION 24. DIGITAL ANGEL www.lulu.com/spotlight/foxsunstarnews< Less
Reviving Community Rail for a Sustainable Fraser Valley Ebook By Master of Urban Design 2019
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A visioning by the UBC Master of Urban Design Class of 2019 set out to organize affordable housing and mobility around the B.C Electric Interurban Rail Line in Fraser Valley. The results are bold and... More > practical. We ask students to add 500,000 dwelling units within a ten minute walk of this rail line, and add an equal number of job sites as well. We asked them to provide a variety of home types to support housing affordability for different family types. We asked them to create urban amenities and to protect and connect natural systems. And we asked them to do this largely within the existing urban footprint of these communities, protecting and enhancing existing productive agricultural lands.< Less
Laying It on The Line By Cherie Hanson
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Cherie Hanson's poetry has appeared in anthologies by Ripple Effect Press, and by Naropa University in recent years. This is her third self published anthology. Cherie was one of only six poets... More > across Canada selected for the Sage Hill Poetry Experience. In 2012, she attended the Jack Kerouac School at Naropa University to earn credits towards her M.F.A. in creative writing. She studied under Warren Tallman to earn an M.A. in Contemporary Poetry from UBC Vancouver. The subject matter is the exploration of a chaotic and dangerous childhood which began when her father returned from war. The abusive environment began at 17 months of age. Her poetry describes her journey from violence to joy. Her words are both tough, unexpected and quirky. She recommends that you read them out loud to best experience the play of language.< Less
Frequent Transit as the Armature for a Sustainable Urban Region By Patrick M. Condon
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You hold in your hands the product of a very intense investigation, an investigation that occurred during the fall of 2015. Thirteen students in the UBC Master of Urban Design program took thirteen... More > weeks to imagine a future for the City of Surrey BC. That City sponsored this investigation, contributing financial and staff support. The project? Imagining the transformation of a city from an auto oriented suburb to a transit oriented regional center. Surrey BC, located in the center of its urban region, is adding more people every year than any other city in BC, and will soon surpass the City of Vancouver in population. By every indicator this city is a vanguard. It attracts more young families, more immigrants, and has faster job growth than its sister cities by far. It was for these reasons that we were happy to provide an urban design vision for this growing city, one organized around walking, biking and transit rather than the car.< Less
A Few Sharp Sticks (pdf ebook) By Brian Dedora
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“This novel/this poem/this manifesto/this encyclopedia/this essay/this inkblot/this memoir is the latest installment in Brian Dedora’s increasingly audacious ­experiments in... More > narrative. Unflinchingly, he explores the possibilities of a gay ­perspective while exploding the assumptions of a straight alphabet.’” — STUART ROSS, author of Snowball, Dragonfly, Jew // “...here are twenty-six sharp sticks, riffs on sentences from a law book on voluntary associations...direct or oblique, sometimes delicate sometimes painful but always delicious...A Few Sharp Sticks rewards careful reading with unanticipated pleasures, and teaches us something of how to lead our lives, how to feel, how to think.” — PETER QUARTERMAIN, Emeritus Professor of English, UBC // BRIAN DEDORA’s most recent book, A Slice of Voice at the Edge of Hearing, was shortlisted for the Relit Award for Best Novel, and the George Ryga Prize. He lives in Toronto.< Less
Beyond the End of the Road: A Winter of Contentment North of the Arctic Circle By Michael D. Pitt
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Join Kathleen and Michael Pitt as they leave the comfort and temperate climate of Vancouver to spend an isolated winter north of the Arctic Circle. With neither power nor running water, living in a... More > small, one-room cabin 40 kilometres from the nearest community of 75 people, this middle-aged couple learns to embrace temperatures that regularly fall below -40 degrees. By the time the ice left the lake in mid-June, their lives had been changed forever. "A mesmerizing account. Well-written and insightful." -- Julie Angus, author of "Rowboat in a Hurricane" "Personal, humorous and witty" -- Alan Fehr, Superintendent of Prince Albert National Park Born and raised in California, Michael D. Pitt came to Canada in 1975 to teach grassland ecology at UBC. The lure of a rural lifestyle, however, inevitably proved irresistible. The Pitts now live on 565 acres near Preeceville, Saskatchewan. Kathleen and Michael wrote "Three Seasons in the Wind: 950 km by Canoe Down Northern Canada's Thelon River" (1999).< Less

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