The Love is in the Air: Pride Installation Competition is open to all UBC students, faculty, staff and residents.
Elsewhere, Transits and Returns features Indigenous work from around the world.
In the first few decades of the last century, Oppenheimer Park was a thriving centre for the Japanese Canadian community, then forced internment led to its decline.
Queen Latifah is reportedly battling strep throat and had to cancel the June 29 performance.
Soliman Poonon brings to Canada the soil painting tradition of the Talaandig tribe of the Philippines.
His famous sneaker sculptures and masks are gathered together with iconic works like Cetology, many displayed in a friendship-centre-like gymnasium.
The endowment is meant to attract and retain musicians, boost the VSO School of Music, and promote symphonic sounds across B.C. for the next century.
The event will feature jam sessions, workshops, and performances to support young jazz musicians.
The owners fear a construction project across the street will halt traffic and business.
The egg alone has no value.
For National Indigenous Peoples Day, the interesection of Granville Street between 68th and 70th avenues is now painted with traditional geometric patterns.
The offer is available to all new students from July to September.