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Letter to the Editor: Everyone is Welcome at Surrey’s Vaisakhi celebration: Arshdeep Singh Battu, Business Students Representative at the Kwantlen Student Association At Kwantlen Polytechnic University, there are many students from different countries and cultural backgrounds. From time to time, KPU organizes events and activities during which students can get the chance...
Massey Megaproject: A Troubled Bridge over Water: B.C. government’s lack of project consultation complicates an already tempestuous situation Braden Klassen, Contributor The province of British Columbia is seeking qualified firms for the Massey replacement project, as announced on its website on June 28. The project will see the construction of ...
SASA Plants Seeds of Community in Richmond: The Sustainable Agriculture Student Association moves into its second year Alyssa Laube, Associate Editor The Sustainable Agriculture Student Association has been organizing extra-curricular events for students in Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Sustainable Agriculture program for over three ye...
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WTF ! Colin you never post anything remotely interesting any more: :(
Helo Colin. I have worked with envy security. I am not going to confirm or deny any allegations you might have. What I will ask is this. How would you deal with a bunch of angry mob mentality students with weapons and organization? How can you expect a fe: lol
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Controversies continue for Kwantlen Student Association: Photo of Justine Franson courtesy of Matt DiMera. To read a response to this article from the Kwantlen Student Association, please click here. On April 1st, the day that the Kwantlen Student Association’s new executives took office, the KSA’s five rookie execs voted to designate their Directo...
We want a sweet deal!: Students from Kwantlen University visited the B.C. Legislature last Thursday with a sweet gift for the premier. Derek Robertson, KSA External Affairs Director, presented a giant chocolate U-Pass to remind legislators of the Liberal government’s campaign promise to deliver a standard transportatio...

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