LAW LIBRARY level 3: K230.R378 A35 2013
Suri Ratnapala, Jurisprudence, 2d ed. (Port Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 2013).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE5759 .K74
Vern Krishna, The Fundamentals of Canadian Income Tax V. 1 (Toronto: Carswell, 2014).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE1242.C6 J33 2014
Lesley A. Jacobs, Nachshon Goltz & Matthew McManus, Privacy Rights in the Global Digital Economy: Legal Problems and Canadian Paths to Justice (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2014).
Online access:

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KF8779 .S47 2013
Charles Gardner Geyh et al., Judicial Conduct and Ethics, 5th ed. (New Providence: LexisNexis, 2013).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KPA2101 .C478 2013
Chŏng Chong-sŏp chiŭm, Taehan Min’guk hŏnpŏp iyagi
대한 민국 헌법 이야기 / 정 종섭 지음.
(Sŏul-si: Taehan Min’guk Yŏksa Pangmulgwan, 2013).
Kyŏnggi-do P’aju-si : Nanam, 2013.
(서울시 : 대한 민국 역사 박물관, 2013).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KZ3881.T65 C455 2013
Chŏng Kab-yong chiŭm, Tokto e kwanhan kukchepŏpchŏk chaengchŏm yŏn’gu
독도 에 관한 국제법적 쟁점 연구 / 정 갑용 지음.
(Sŏul T’ŭkpyŏlsi: Kyŏngin Munhwasa, 2013).
(서울 특별시 : 景仁 文化社, 2013).

Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) has launched its “Indigenous Education Protocol for Colleges and Institutes.” The Protocol highlights 7 principles that CICan has identified as being essential to meeting Indigenous peoples’ learning needs and to support self-determination and socio-economic development of Indigenous communities:

1. Commit to making Indigenous education a priority.

2. Ensure governance structures recognize and respect Indigenous peoples.

3. Implement intellectual and cultural traditions of Indigenous peoples through curriculum and learning approaches relevant to learners and communities.

4. Support students and employees to increase understanding and reciprocity among Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.

5. Commit to increasing the number of Indigenous employees with ongoing appointments throughout the institution, including Indigenous senior administrators.

6. Establish Indigenous-centred holistic services and learning environments for learner success.

7. Build relationships and be accountable to Indigenous communities in support of self-determination through education, training and applied research.

For more information, the news release can be found at the CICan website.


It is our pleasure to announce that the Planat in Action: Accessibility Assessment of UBC Competition and Accommodation Venues for the Special Olympics Canada 2014 Summer Games report is available in cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository!

Serving as the host venue from July 8-12, 2014, UBC’s Vancouver campus proudly welcomed 1,300 athletes with intellectual disabilities for the Special Olympics Canada 2014 Summer Games. Over 350 students, staff and faculty from the UBC community signed up for volunteer opportunities for the Games.

These opportunities ranged from “UBC varsity athletes [who] volunteered at training camps and formed a team with Special Olympics BC athletes at the annual Storm the Wall student recreation event” to “[m]ore than 100 students [being] involved in projects related to the Games such as creating maps, reducing waste, sourcing local food, and eliminating the need for bottled water” and much more.

This report provides a summary of each venue used during the Games along with recommendations. It is based on information and photo gathering on current accessibility and inclusive features at venues and public spaces used during the Games.

Read the full report in cIRcle at:

Explore the Centre for Sport and Sustainability (CSS) community and its collections in cIRcle at:

Above text in italics is courtesy of 604 Now

Above image is courtesy of the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the Life Sciences Institute at UBC. This talk – “Drugs, Diet and Genes. Personal Approaches to Treat Diabetes and Obesity” is about the link between obesity and diabetes, current treatment options for type 2 diabetes and how genetics and personalized medicine will inform better treatments in the near future.

This talk is an informal and open forum that aims to bring the latest and greatest ideas in the area of the Life Sciences to the public. Each event is free to attend and will include a talk, networking opportunities and reception. This series focuses on Personalized Medicine and how the Life Sciences Institute faculty, staff and students are working to change clinical practice, improve health outcomes, and reduce health costs. In partnership with the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre’s Health Information Series, an ongoing public lecture series that take place in the Lower Mainland community.


Timothy Kieffer, PhD
Group Leader and Professor, UBC LSI Diabetes Research Group
Depts of Cellular & Physiological Sciences and Surgery
Canadian Diabetes Association Scholar
Insulin – The good, the bad and the complicated
Jim Johnson
Associate Professor, UBC LSI Diabetes Research Group
Dept of Cellular & Physiological Sciences
Do these genes make me fat?
Susanne Clee
Assistant Professor, UBC LSI Diabetes Research Group
Dept of Cellular & Physiological Sciences
New drugs in diabetes
Tom Elliott, MD
Medical Director,
Associate Professor of Medicine, UBC
Diabetes management – How do I do what my doctor asked me to do?
Gerri Klein, RN, MSN
Certified Diabetes Educator,


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