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Update on protest encampment – decampment

On Sunday, July 7th, protesters decamped from MacInnes Field on the UBC Vancouver campus. UBC remains committed to respectful dialogue with student protesters.

Update on Rose Garden Parkade incident

University RCMP are seeking witnesses following an attempted robbery on the University of British Columbia Campus on Wednesday afternoon. On June 12, at 1:34 pm, University RCMP responded to the report of an assault with weapon near the Rose Garden parkade located in the 6200-block of NW Marine Drive.

Incident at Rose Garden Parkade

A police incident has occurred around 2:00 pm in the Rose Garden Parkade. Early indications suggest this was an attempted robbery. RCMP is investigating. Police are controlling access to the parkade, and vehicles are being allowed out. We will share more information as it becomes available.

Update regarding the protest encampment

Musqueam has become aware of posters with statements regarding the current conflict in the Middle East and the history of the Musqueam people. The information in these posters is inaccurate and does not reflect the views of the traditional elders of the Musqueam nation.

Protesters disrupt traffic on the Vancouver campus

This morning, protesters disrupted traffic at the intersection of University Boulevard and Wesbrook Mall, interrupting a main public transportation route onto campus. Unfortunately, this created difficulties and traffic delays for individuals needing to access campus venues.

Update on protest encampment – message from President Benoit-Antoine Bacon

UBC President Benoit Antoine Bacon has issued a statement regarding the protest encampment at MacInnes Field.

Update on protest encampment – May 11 UBC Bookstore incident

Since April 29, we have been updating the UBC community about the protests located on UBC’s MacInnes Field on the Vancouver campus. The University has been clear throughout this period that we uphold the tenet of freedom of expression, but that protest actions must remain peaceful, respectful and within UBC policies and the law.

Protest at the Vancouver Campus

Protest at the Vancouver Campus

A demonstration began last week at the Vancouver campus on MacInnes Field and is ongoing. During this time, campus remains open for students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Update on campus protest

As stated yesterday and throughout the year, UBC values freedom of expression and respects peaceful protest. The university also recognizes that the violence in Israel and Palestine evokes complex emotions and we recognize the concerns and suffering of many in our community.

Protest at UBC’s MacInnes Field

UBC values freedom of expression and respects peaceful protest. We understand that some in our community want to protest the violence and war they see unfolding. These actions must always be taken with respect for others and within the boundaries of university policy and the law.

RCMP update on January 17 vehicle incident at Thunderbird Parkade

The University RCMP is investigating after a single vehicle collision inside a parkade resulted in the death of one man.