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HarvestIR: UFV's Institutional Repository: The Collections



HarvestIR, UFV's institutional repository, was launched in October 2015. It is a growing collection
of institutional digital assets, including student, staff and faculty work. It is part of the
BC Institutional Repository Network, Arca, which has now grown to include western-Canadian
post-secondary and cultural institutions.

For more background on the project, visit HarvestIR History.

Scholar Profiles

Scholar profiles include brief
biographies, research interests and links
to selected publications.

Newman Western Canadian Cookbook Collection

Try out some mouth watering and historic recipes
from this collection of community cookbooks
from Western Canada.

South Asian Migration: 1906-1915

Bring Rainbow to suppress unruly Hindus

This research project, undertaken by the University of the
Fraser Valley's South Asian Studies Institute in 2015,
digitized newspaper articles from the Vancouver Province
relating to South Asian migration to Canada from 1906-1915.

UFV Student Scholarship

Discover UFV student scholarship, including research papers, theses, and research posters.

Abbotsford, Sumas & Matsqui News

The UFV Library Heritage Collection has the most complete
print run known to exist of the Abbotsford Sumas and
Matsqui News
(ASMN): 1922-1983. The Library has digitized
a run from 1922-1946. The resulting 17,000+ pages have been
made freely and openly available online.

UFV Historical Photographs

Discover digitized images of the early days of the
University of the Fraser Valley, including when it
was Fraser Valley College and University College
of the Fraser Valley.

Institutional Name Variations

As our institution evolved from being a college to a university college to a university, our name changed. Therefore, you will see documents referring to the following three names: Fraser Valley College, University College of the Fraser Valley, and University of the Fraser Valley. Collections include the intellectual output of faculty, students and staff of UFV and the earlier institutions.

The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the 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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