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Irving K. Barber Learning Centre Golden Jubilee Room Booking Request Form

Please fill in this request form and provide all details of the planned event so that your booking request can be considered. Your request will be reviewed to determine eligibility. Since the Golden Jubilee Room (GJR) is a signature venue that also serves as a vital informal student learning space on campus, your request MAY BE DECLINED for reasons related to the academic calendar or for other operational factors. For these reasons the GJR is booked for events up to a maximum of 2 (two) times per term and for approved events only.

Requests should be submitted no later than 6 (six) weeks prior to the event and no sooner than 4 (four) months prior. (Example: an event planned for January 15th should be submitted between September 15th and December 1st).

Allow up to 10 business days for a response as building stakeholders need to be consulted as part of the review of your request.

For any questions, please contact ikblc.bookings@ubc.ca.

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  • Any changes or cancellations must be received in writing. Please note that the Golden Jubilee Room is booked a maximum of 2 (two) times per term and for approved events only.

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Sarah Dromgoole, Underwater Cultural Heritage And International Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).
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Thomas Cottier, Olga Nartova & Sadeq Z. Bigdeli, eds., International Trade Regulation and the Mitigation of Climate Change: World Trade Forum, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).

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Feb 24

Chinese Canadian Historical Society to honour Elder Larry Grant and Howard Grant

The Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia is holding a special dinner in conjunction with its AGM this Saturday, March 1 to honour Elder Larry Grant and Howard Grant of the Musqueam First Nation.

Elder Larry Grant is of both Musqueam and Chinese descent and have strong ties to both communities. You can read more about the history of Chinese-Canadian and First Nations marriages and families on the Chinese Canadian Stories site.

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Feb 24

Chinese Canadian Historical Society to honour Elder Larry Grant and Howard Grant

The Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia is holding a special dinner in conjunction with its AGM this Saturday, March 1 to honour Elder Larry Grant and Howard Grant of the Musqueam First Nation.

Elder Larry Grant is of both Musqueam and Chinese descent and have strong ties to both communities. You can read more about the history of Chinese-Canadian and First Nations marriages and families on the Chinese Canadian Stories site.

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DonChapmanWhat does it mean to be Canadian? A new Citizenship Act will soon be introduced in Parliament, redefining who and what we are as a people.  It will affect Canadians for generations to come.  Join Don Chapman, on February 27th, 2014 from noon-1pm in the Dodson Room, Irving K. Barber Learning Centre for an engaging discussion that will challenge your views on Canadian citizenship.  Does the government ignore the Charter?  Were our war dead Canadian?  Can you be denied citizenship simply because of your age, gender, or family status?  The answers are shocking.

Chapman, finalist of the Nation Builder of the Year award by The Globe and Mail in 2007 and 2008, has been the inspiration and effort behind seven Bills in Parliament, the latest being C-37, which amended the Citizenship Act to give Canadian status to those who either lost it or never had citizenship in the first place, all due to outdated provisions in legislation- some of which remain on the books.  Upwards of a million people can now call themselves Canadian citizens as a result.  Chapman will deliver a session on The Lost Canadians to faculty, students, and community members. He will also provide background, talk about present-day discrimination, and what it happens when your own country renders.

“Thank you! You are my info angel!”

Sauder School of Business staff member

February 2014

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