University Endowment Lands

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into the Strait; recreational visitors can walk or cycle on the twin gravel trails atop and beside the large sewage pipe that stretches the length of the jetty. * '''North Arm Jetty''', the north jetty, while longer, is not as popular; it is a sandy bar (as opposed to the gravel and concrete structure of Iona Jetty) that stretches towards the northwest, running parallel to the Vancouver shoreline and terminating at the University Endowment Lands, almost directly across from the University of British Columbia campus. Summary A Translink (TransLink (Vancouver)) articulated bus getting ready to do the #480 Richmond route, from the UBC (University of British Columbia) bus loop in the University Endowment Lands, British Columbia. Geography Dunbar-Southlands is bordered on the north by West 16th Avenue and on the south by the Fraser River; it stretches from the University Endowment Lands on the west to Mackenzie and Blenheim Streets in the east. It is centered around Dunbar Street, a busy urban thoroughfare that is lined by a variety of retail stores. West 41st Avenue and Southwest Marine Drive also pass through the neighbourhood. Southlands lies south of Marine Drive in the floodplain of the Fraser River, and the Musqueam Indian Reserve is also encompassed by the region.


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that the Vancouver area is the third-largest film production centre in North America, this has made UBC a popular location for many productions. Production companies that wish to shoot on-campus must pay a fee to the university, which goes to the film and theatre departments into the Strait; recreational visitors can walk or cycle on the twin gravel trails atop and beside the large sewage pipe that stretches the length of the jetty. * '''North Arm Jetty''', the north jetty, while longer, is not as popular; it is a sandy bar (as opposed to the gravel and concrete structure of Iona Jetty) that stretches towards the northwest, running parallel to the Vancouver shoreline and terminating at the University Endowment Lands, almost directly across from the University of British Columbia campus. Summary A Translink (TransLink (Vancouver)) articulated bus getting ready to do the #480 Richmond route, from the UBC (University of British Columbia) bus loop in the University Endowment Lands, British Columbia. Geography Dunbar-Southlands is bordered on the north by West 16th Avenue and on the south by the Fraser River; it stretches from the University Endowment Lands on the west to Mackenzie and Blenheim Streets in the east. It is centered around Dunbar Street, a busy urban thoroughfare that is lined by a variety of retail stores. West 41st Avenue and Southwest Marine Drive also pass through the neighbourhood. Southlands lies south of Marine Drive in the floodplain of the Fraser River, and the Musqueam Indian Reserve is also encompassed by the region.


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. The arena is home to the UBC Thunderbirds men's and women's ice hockey teams, and contains one international-size 61 m × 30 m (200 ft × 98.4 ft) ice rink. * '''UBC Loop''' - The western terminus of the line serving UBC's campus centre. * '''UBC Allison''' - Formerly known as ''UBC Wesbrook''. It is the eastern-most stop in the University Endowment Lands before entering the city of Vancouver. Serves the University Marketplace http


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to Friday, September to April, express)'' * #480 - UBC Richmond Centre (Richmond Centre (mall)) ''(Monday to Friday, express)'' * #N17 - UBC Downtown ''(night bus)'' * #C18 - UBC West Mall "(local UEL route)" * #C19 - UBC Alma ''(Monday to Friday)'' * #C20 - UBC Totem Park ''(local UEL route)'' An additional B-Line bus rapid transit route has been proposed from UBC to Joyce Station, replacing the current #43 UBC Joyce Station. The Vancouver-UBC Area Transit Plan indicates that service

from the University of British Columbia campus. Summary A Translink (TransLink (Vancouver)) articulated bus getting ready to do the #480 Richmond route, from the UBC (University of British Columbia) bus loop in the University Endowment Lands, British Columbia. Geography Dunbar-Southlands is bordered on the north by West 16th Avenue and on the south by the Fraser River; it stretches from the University Endowment Lands on the west to Mackenzie and Blenheim Streets


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, personal services and various recreational substances has prospered on the beach for decades. Commercial centres Wesbrook Village Wesbrook Village is a small community centre in the southern tip of campus. It currently boasts a coffee shop and a Save-On-Foods Grocery Store. Most of the Village is still under construction however the coffee shop and grocery store are operational and open for business University Village The University Village is the first commercial


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: www.universitymarketplace.net shopping area as well as the residents around it. * '''Sasamat''' - Serves the West Point Grey neighbourhood. Is the western-most stop in Vancouver before entering the University Endowment Lands. 20px Scope and Motivation (Image:Nuvola apps konqueror.png) Scope and motivation This project covers articles relating to Metro Vancouver, such as (but not restricted to), Anmore (Anmore, British Columbia), Barnston Island (Barnston Island, British Columbia), Belcarra (Belcarra, British Columbia), Bowen Island (Bowen Island, British Columbia), Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta (Delta, British Columbia), the City (Langley, British Columbia (city)) and Township of Langley (Langley, British Columbia (district municipality)), Lions Bay (Lions Bay, British Columbia), Maple Ridge (Maple Ridge, British Columbia), New Westminster, the City (North Vancouver, British Columbia (city)) and District of North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia (district municipality)), Pitt Meadows (Pitt Meadows, British Columbia), Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond (Richmond, British Columbia), Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia), University Endowment Lands, West Vancouver and White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia). group4 Other locations list4 Champlain Heights • Commercial Drive (Commercial Drive, Vancouver) • Granville Island • Greektown (Greektown, Vancouver) • Little Italy (Little Italy, Vancouver) • Punjabi Market (Punjabi Market, Vancouver) Little India • Uptown South Granville (South Granville Rise) • South Main • University Endowment Lands • Hogan's Alley (Hogan's Alley, Vancouver) • Stanley Park into the Strait; recreational visitors can walk or cycle on the twin gravel trails atop and beside the large sewage pipe that stretches the length of the jetty. * '''North Arm Jetty''', the north jetty, while longer, is not as popular; it is a sandy bar (as opposed to the gravel and concrete structure of Iona Jetty) that stretches towards the northwest, running parallel to the Vancouver shoreline and terminating at the University Endowment Lands, almost directly across from the University of British Columbia campus. Summary A Translink (TransLink (Vancouver)) articulated bus getting ready to do the #480 Richmond route, from the UBC (University of British Columbia) bus loop in the University Endowment Lands, British Columbia. Geography Dunbar-Southlands is bordered on the north by West 16th Avenue and on the south by the Fraser River; it stretches from the University Endowment Lands on the west to Mackenzie and Blenheim Streets in the east. It is centered around Dunbar Street, a busy urban thoroughfare that is lined by a variety of retail stores. West 41st Avenue and Southwest Marine Drive also pass through the neighbourhood. Southlands lies south of Marine Drive in the floodplain of the Fraser River, and the Musqueam Indian Reserve is also encompassed by the region.


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in the University Endowment Lands west of Vancouver, British Columbia, and is an affiliated college of that university. Not affiliated with a particular religious denomination, Regent College is a transdenominational Evangelical (evangelicalism) Protestant institution in its general outlook. The school's stated mission is to cultivate intelligent, vigorous, and joyful commitment to Jesus Christ, His church and His world. - '''Location''' University Endowment Lands


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on UBC property (for example, students) do not pay taxes like non-UBC residents in the UEL. In addition, the UEL is served by the Vancouver School Board (School District 39 Vancouver) and is zoned to University Hill Secondary School and University Hill Elementary School. Sports Most of the UEL's sports activities and facilities are located on the UBC campus. UBC's sports teams are called the UBC Thunderbirds and they play

at various locations on campus, including War Memorial Gym (UBC War Memorial Gymnasium), Thunderbird Stadium, UBC Aquatic Centre and Thunderbird Winter Sports Centre. The Student Recreation Centre (REC) is home to intramural sports for students. 2010 Winter Olympics For the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics (2010 Winter Paralympics), the Thunderbird Winter Sports Centre was replaced by a newer building, named the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre. Demolition of the old

Lands , British Columbia coordinates The '''Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre''' (formerly '''UBC Winter Sports Centre''', also known as '''UBC Thunderbird Arena''') is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certified indoor arena (arena) in Canada, on the campus of the University of British Columbia. Located in the University Endowment Lands, it is just outside the city limits of Vancouver, British Columbia


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. It is part of Electoral Area A (Greater Vancouver A, British Columbia) of the GVRD. Residential and commercial taxes are paid directly to the provincial government. UEL residents are eligible to vote only for school board trustees in City of Vancouver municipal elections

29th Avenue Station * #41 - UBC Joyce Station ''(limited service evenings and weekends)'' * #43 - UBC Joyce Station ''(peak hours, Monday to Friday, express)'' * #44 - UBC Downtown (Waterfront Station) ''(Monday to Friday, express)'' * #49 - UBC Dunbar Loop Metrotown Station ''(peak hours only, Monday to Friday'') * #84 - UBC VCC–Clark Station ''(express)'' * #99 B-Line - UBC Commercial–Broadway Station ''(express)'' * #258 - UBC West Vancouver ''(Monday

, personal services and various recreational substances has prospered on the beach for decades. Commercial centres Wesbrook Village Wesbrook Village is a small community centre in the southern tip of campus. It currently boasts a coffee shop and a Save-On-Foods Grocery Store. Most of the Village is still under construction however the coffee shop and grocery store are operational and open for business University Village The University Village is the first commercial

University Endowment Lands

The '''University Endowment Lands''' ('''UEL''') is an unincorporated area that lies to the west of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, surrounding the University of British Columbia. Pacific Spirit Regional Park lies within the UEL, and although geographically located within the UEL, the University of British Columbia and private housing on university land are not under the administration of the UEL. This housing, comprising 6000 residents in 2009, is administered by a partnership between the University of British Columbia and the University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA), with the UNA providing most municipal functions. The UEL is part of Metro Vancouver and sometimes considered part of Vancouver (for example, Canada Post uses Vancouver for UEL addresses). The governance arrangements for these three areas are different, however.

The UEL is administered directly by the province and landowners pay their property taxes directly to the provincial government. In a 1995 referendum, UEL residents voted against establishing a municipal governing body. "University Endowment Lands". ''Greater Vancouver Book'', 1997. p.109. The Linkman Press, Vancouver BC.

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