cIRcle, UBC’s digital repository, has been busy adding a range of exciting new material to its site – ranging from mathematical publications to the latest speeches from Stephen Toope, the UBC President whose term ended in June 2014.

Check out these new cIRcle entries, which include:

UBC Library launched cIRcle in 2007; it serves as UBC’s digital repository for research and teaching materials created by the UBC community and its partners. Materials in cIRcle are openly accessible to anyone on the web. cIRcle was recently ranked as the top repository in Canada and 29th out of 1,746 repositories worldwide.



The Okanagan is known for its pristine lakes and rivers. Tourists visit the region for the scenery, vineyards, and abundant recreation opportunities that these waters provide. Residents rely on this water every day. But how clean is it, really? Wastewater, as well as chemical runoff from industry and agriculture, poses a threat to our freshwater supplies. How can we neutralize these threats without sacrificing our economic well-being? What steps can we take to ensure our most valuable resource remains clean and abundant for years to come.


Chris Walker – Host, CBC’s Daybreak South


Bruce Mathieson – Associate Professor, Biology, UBC’s Okanagan campus

Ivor Norlin – Manager of Infrastructure Programs, Interior Health, Health Protection

Anna Warwick Sears – Executive Director, Okanagan Basin Water Board

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