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Cycling is much more than a hobby for fourth-year University of Victoria visual arts student Kyra McLeod. The former Team Canada bicycle motocross (BMX) racer will turn a concrete wall into a
cycling-themed public art piece for UVic’s Sustainability Week, Oct. 13 to 16.
Cycling, transportation options and reducing individuals’ carbon footprint are key themes of UVic’s second annual Sustainability Week, Oct. 13-16.
Nominations are now open (through Dec. 1) for the 2016 Victoria Leadership Awards, a program led by Leadership Victoria. UVic is a founding partner of the annual awards established in 2004 to
showcase the accomplishments of local community heroes.
Over 250 University of Victoria students and alumni will fan out across the region on Saturday, Oct. 3 to volunteer in 19 local organizations as part of Project Serve Day.
Cannabis’ reputation as a gateway drug may be turning over a new leaf, according to a study by researchers at the University of Victoria and UBC. The findings suggest that cannabis can be a
safer substitute for potentially more dangerous drugs like prescription opiates, alcohol and illicit substances and that for some people, it might even be an "exit drug" to addiction.
A streamlined form of borrowing that enables homeowners to repay the cost of energy retrofits via their electricity bills would, in time, save British Columbia four terawatt hours in energy use
plus make homes a lot cheaper to run, according to a new study from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions at the University of Victoria.