For Black Caribbean people such as myself, our ancestors were forced to not speak their languages and adapt to the European languages of the enslavers. I very much do speak two languages, so why is my English not acceptable enough and my Creole not counted by UBC?
A recent report from the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices highlights the ways that climate change is threatening infrastructure and housing across Canada. Kelowna is no exception. On both sides of town, flooding and wildfires represent tangible threats to the city's housing market and communities.
“If we are going to make change and if there is going to be a change, we are going to have to be the ones to always push.” - Edna Terbasket
Students were interviewed to find out what was working and not working at Nechako and Pritchard. Of the students who were interviewed (all of them first years), their favorite thing about Nechako was the overall atmosphere of the place.
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