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University of the Fraser Valley: First Chancellor for New Fraser Valley University

The University of the Fraser Valley celebrated the installation of the institution’s first chancellor, Dr. Brian Minter, completing its transition to university status and expanding the opportunities for British Columbian students.
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October 27, 2008
University of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia

India-Canada Studies Certificate Introduced at University of the Fraser Valley

It seems only fitting that one of the first regions to welcome Indian immigrants to Canada should also be the first to offer a uniquely designed program of study about it.
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June 5, 2008
University of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia

University College of the Fraser Valley: University Status for UCFV Ushers in New Era for Fraser Valley

Premier Campbell’s surprise announcement today that the University College of the Fraser Valley will become University of the Fraser Valley was welcomed with jubilation and relief throughout the Fraser Valley
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April 21, 2008
University College of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia

University College of the Fraser Valley to Offer new Degree Program in Physical Geography

The University College of the Fraser Valley is adding to its Bachelor of Science offerings with a new major and minor in physical geography, creating increased opportunities for students to study environmental issues, Advanced Education Minister Murray Coell announced today.
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February 28, 2008
Ministry of Advanced Education, British Columbia

New Trades & Technology Centre Opens Its Doors at University College of the Fraser Valley

The 2.5-acre Trades and Technology Centre is part of the Canada Education Park, a collaborative initiative between local, provincial and international schools. The centre offers students a wide variety of high-quality programs, including architectural drafting, heavy duty commercial transport, automotive services, hospitality and event planning, electronics, professional cooking, carpentry, welding, joinery, and electrical work.
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February 11, 2008
Ministry of Advanced Education, British Columbia
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