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Luyken and Moedt awarded UFV Cascades Athletes of the Year at athletics banquet

Abbotsford — UFV Athletics celebrated the school’s 30th year of varsity competition on Friday, hosting the annual athletics award banquet at the Ramada Plaza and Conference Centre. The banquet is the only time during the year that all of UFV student-athletes can dress to the nines and be in the same room at the same […]

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UFV Cascades Women’s and Men’s Golf teams in 1st Place after Day Two at CCAA National Championships in Quebec City

Files from CCAA Office in Cornwall, Ontario & Champlain St. Lawrence The second round of the 2013-14 PING CCAA Golf Championship was played this Thursday at the Royal Quebec Golf Course, Quebec City. Chair of the Championship, Christian Brosseau commented on the tournament so far saying “The second day proved to be more of a […]

UFV Cascades Women’s Golf team in 1st Place after Day One, Men tied for 1st Place

Files from CCAA Office in Cornwall, Ontario & Champlain St. Lawrence The 2013-14 PING CCAA Golf Championship began in cool, calm conditions at the Royal Quebec Golf Course, Quebec City, with Wednesday’s opening round. Chair of the Championship, Christian Brosseau commented on the start of the tournament saying “Great first day of competition, Mother Nature […]

UFV Cascades Dani Shap and Jen Woods named CCAA Golf All-Canadians

Files from CCAA Office in Cornwall, Ontario The 2013 CCAA Golf All-Canadians have been honoured at the 2013 PING CCAA Golf National Championship in Québec, Qué. Each student-athlete is selected by their conference based on their performance and contribution to both their sport and team.    Dani Shap, Fraser Valley Cascades After winning first place […]

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Indigenizing at UFV

The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples. The Stó:lō have an intrinsic relationship with what they refer to as S’olh Temexw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.

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