James Rhatigan, from Geography, has been awarded the 2017 Prize for the Best MA Thesis by the Canadian Studies Network. « Afterlife of a Mine: The Tangled Legacies of the Britannia Mine. » examines the complicated environmental and social legacy of the Britannia copper mine and examines efforts to remediate the space polluted by the […]
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October 27, 2015: Launch of Big Tent Politics Melissa Pitts, Director of UBC Press; Ken Carty, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Author; Brenda and David McLean, University benefactors; André Lamontagne, Chair of the Program in Canadian Studies