Press Release - September 19, 2016

Canada and British Columbia invest in infrastructure at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver

$51.5-million investment will create jobs, expand research and foster innovation...

$4.7 million in federal funding for the construction of the new Chan Gunn Pavilion (Sports Medicine Centre), which will become an interdisciplinary hub to advance innovations in physical activity and exercise medicine. UBC and donors will contribute $6.7 million...

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada - LINK

Communiqué de presse - Le 19 septembre 2016

Les gouvernements du Canada et de la Colombie-Britannique investissent dans les infrastructures de l'Université de la Colombie-Britannique à Vancouver L'investissement de 51,5 millions de dollars favorisera la création d'emplois, le développement de la recherche et l'innovation...

4,7 millions de dollars du gouvernement fédéral seront consacrés à la construction du pavillon Chan Gunn, qui servira de plate-forme pluridisciplinaire pour faire progresser les innovations dans le domaine de l'activité physique et de la médecine de l'exercice. L'investissement de l'Université de la Colombie-Britannique et de donateurs privés s'établit à 6,7 millions de dollars.

Innovation, Sciences et Développement économique Canada - LINK


Province of British Columbia – Government of BC

BC Gov News - Advanced Education - LINK

Province of British Columbia – Government of BC - PDF

University of British Columbia (UBC) - Faculty of Medicine - LINK

Ubyssey - UBC’s Student Newspaper - LINK

Finance – Yahoo - LINK

Voice Online – Indo-Canadian Newspaper - LINK

Donor Relations

Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Centre | Department of Family Practice

UBC Faculty of Medicine - LINK

UBC News - Media Release | April 7, 2016 - LINK

UBC News - Media Release | March 4, 2015 - LINK

Construction Watch - LINK

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