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Building Operations launches on Twitter @UBCFixMySpace

Building Operations is here to help keep spaces on the Vancouver campus working for you. As a faculty or staff member you’re accustomed to engaging your building administrator or submitting an online service request to fix or improve your workspace. But what about when you’re just passing through a strange building or see something outside that […]

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A quick link directory of Finance & Operations’ services and tools

The Finance & Operations portfolio provides a wide range of services and tools to UBC. Visit our new online A-Z directory for a quick alphabetical overview of high-level topics linked to the unit websites. If you have topic you would like to add to the directory or have noticed an error, please email vp.finops@ubc.ca.

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Looking for cost-saving tips at year end? Animal Care Services has a few ideas that may help you

Throughout the year, our budgets can feel stretched. Finding opportunities to leverage your budget can create savings to support research and learning. In this issue, Lorna Marshall, Director of Finance at Animal Care Services (ACS), shares her experience of how a little ingenuity from within the department resulted in cost savings and allowed the department […]

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T4/T4A statements are now available online

Faculty, staff, and student employees can now download their 2016 T4 and T4A statements for their tax returns via the Faculty and Staff Self-Service portal. How to download your statement UBC offers year-end slips in the PDF format. Make sure your computer has its pop-up blocker turned off and a PDF reader installed, such as […]

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BC Hydro congratulates UBC for outstanding energy efficiency

BC Hydro recognized UBC’s Energy & Water Services for its ongoing energy management efforts and support of BC Hydro’s energy conservation programs. In 2016, UBC’s energy savings were the highest of all the universities in BC Hydro’s energy manager program. Since 2006, UBC has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 33%—all while undergoing significant growth on […]

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