HEALTH SCIENCES

Program website: http://www.ufv.ca/health/

Certified Dental Assistant certificate

The 10-month (September–June) Certified Dental Assistant certificate program is designed to provide students with opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills, and values necessary for employment as a dental assistant. This program combines lectures and clinical practice in preparation for a career in private practice, dental clinics, and other public health facilities. Students gain extensive clinical experience throughout the program. In addition to working at the UCFV Dental Clinic, the curriculum includes two practica, which provide full-time experience in a dental office. This program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation, hence the graduates are eligible for registration with the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.

Individuals demonstrating a sincere interest in people with the ability to work well with others are most likely to be successful.

Career Technical Centre

UCFV and School District 34 (Abbotsford) have opened a jointly sponsored Career Technical Centre. Certified Dental Assistant students enter at the Grade 11 level and complete high school and a one-year UCFV Certified Dental Assistant certificate over three years. For further information, please contact the Career Technical Centre at (604) 850-8672.

Entrance Requirements

1. B.C. secondary school graduation or equivalent, and a C+ average over the following four courses: English 12 or English 101, Biology 11, Biology 12, and Chemistry 11.

2. A work reference and a personal reference from non-relatives.

3. A satisfactory interview with the program faculty, who will assess your:

4. Signed medical certificate indicating physical fitness and emotional stability. (Form will be provided at interview.)

5. Completion of an immunization program is required prior to acceptance into the program. The Hepatitis B immunization will be required after entry into the program. (Form will be provided at interview.)

6. Dental Oral Health certificate (Form to be signed by the dentist will be provided at interview.)

7. Two full days spent in a dental office observing office routine and dental procedures. (Form to be signed by the dentist will be provided at the interview.)

8. Must be able to pass a security clearance check. A criminal records check form will be provided at the interview.

How to Apply

1. You may apply to the program prior to the completion of all entrance requirements. The following documents, however, must be submitted to the Admissions and Records office, along with the application fee, in order to process your application:

Once these documents have been received by the Admissions & Records office your application will be forwarded to the Certified Dental Assistant program.

2. Submit all remaining documents to the Health Sciences Centre, Chilliwack Campus.

Applicants will be considered for the program based on:

Documents required in order to achieve “complete applicant” status for Certified Dental Assistant applicants:

Additional documents required for a complete application:

Applicants whose prerequisites are completed by March 1 of each year will have first priority for the seats available. Those with incomplete prerequisites decrease their chances of being accepted into the program.

Note: If you are currently enrolled in Grade 12 a letter is required from your school counsellor stating you are making satisfactory progress towards meeting the educational requirements.

3. An interview with the program faculty is required. You will be contacted when interview dates and times have been established. This generally occurs in spring of each year.

4. At your interview, you will be given the necessary oral and medical forms, and a due date on which to return them.

5. When all documentation is complete, and as soon as possible after your interview, you will be notified in writing as to whether or not you have been accepted.

6. Upon acceptance into the program you will be invited to register. A deposit is required by a specified date in order to reserve a seat in the program. This money will be applied to the tuition fees and is not refundable.

If you do not register for courses and pay course deposits, your place will be given to the next person on the program waiting list and you must reapply to the program.

Fees and Additional Costs

The fees are approximately $1,437. This includes 6% for Student Services fee, the Student Society and the Legacy Fund. The full fee must be paid when you register. (See the Fees and Other Costs section .)

Note: Fees are quoted for last year. New fees are usually set each May.

Students should be prepared to meet the other additional costs of approximately $2,000. This includes the purchase of uniforms, lab coats, shoes, textbooks, workbooks, and lab fee supplies. Students should also be prepared for the additional cost of $50 to complete the Basic Rescuer — CPR (Level C) course.

Requirement — Certified Dental Assistant (CDA)

Upon completion of the UCFV Certified Dental Assistant certificate program, and prior to practising as a certified dental assistant, you will need to register with and be licensed by the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C. Current 1999 fees are

Note: Registration and licensing fees are subject to annual increases.

Dress

Uniforms, duty shoes, name tags, lab coats, gloves, masks, and safety glasses are required during daily clinic sessions. Neatness and good grooming are essential at all times.

Location

All courses are taught at the Health Sciences centre at the Chilliwack campus.

Workload and Classroom Expectations

Format includes self-directed, independent study, group work, and lecture presentation of material. Demonstrations are given before practical sessions. Classes are usually from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday to Friday, and there are approximately two hours of homework every evening.

Program Outline

Course, Title & Credits
DENT 130    Dental Professionalism    1.5
DENT 131    Basic Dental Assisting    1.5
DENT 132    Patient Assessment    2.5
DENT 133    Dental Office Emergency    1
DENT 134    Preventive Dentistry    2
DENT 135    Dental Radiography    2.5
DENT 136    Dental Restorative    2.5
DENT 137    Lab Procedures    1.5
DENT 138    Dental Practicum I    3
DENT 139    Dental Exam I    pass/fail
DENT 140    Dental Specialities    3.5
DENT 141    Community Dental Health    1.5
DENT 142    Dental Reception    1.5
DENT 143    Patient Care Procedures    1.5
DENT 144    Applied Dental Sciences    1.5
DENT 145    Dental Chart and Annotation    1
DENT 148    Dental Practicum II    3
DENT 149    Dental Exam II    pass/fail
DENT 152    Clinical Dental Assist    5
DENT 162    Clinical Patient Care    3.5
Total:     40.0

Note: In addition to the above courses, students must have completed a valid Basic Rescuer — CPR (Level C) course.

Faculty

Wanda Gordon, RN, BSN, MA (UBC), Program Head
Rosie Friesen, CDA, ID (VCC), Coordinator
Dr. U. W. Eichstadt, DDS
Marie Haima, CDA, ID (VCC)
Deb Kilian, CDA, ID (VCC)
Debbie Horin, CDA, Clinic Coordinator, ID (VCC)
Shauna Warner, RDH
Liz Wilkes, CDA, BSc, ID (VCC)

Advisory Committee

Dr. Mark Huang, Chair, Chilliwack (dentist)
Paddy Briggs, Port Moody (consultant)
Mary Blackwell, Van, CDS of B.C.
Marianne Bonner (alumni representative)
Eugenia Carnegie (alumni representative)
Kelly Huard (alumni representative)
Dr. Edmund Liem, Sardis (dentist)
Marlene Robinson, Van, CDS of B.C.
Joyce Walker, Chilliwack, RDH (Public Health)
Current UCFV Dental Assisting students
Current Career Technical Centre students


Nursing

The UCFV Nursing program is designed to meet the needs of two groups: students who wish to pursue a career in nursing and RNs who wish to complete a nursing degree. The degree is offered in partnership with the Open University and prepares graduates for employment in a variety of health care settings.

The Nursing program has one intake per year in September and provides three possible streams as follows:

Some students may choose to work in the health care field after graduation from the diploma portion of the program and return to complete the degree at a later date.

The Nursing program offers instruction in nursing, health sciences, social sciences, and research, and an opportunity for advanced focus in a variety of areas.

This program is approved by the Registered Nurses Association of B.C. Graduates will be eligible to write the registration examinations. Students in the RN Access program will already hold a current Practising Licence.

Course delivery options are flexible wherever possible and include independent study, lectures, seminars, multimedia approaches, and simulation in labs and tutorials. A part-time component is available for RNs. Many of the RN Access courses are offered within a flexible format designed to accommodate RNs’ existing employment schedules. The clinical experiences include hospitals and community agencies with supervised practica, preceptorships, and observational experiences.

Please note: clinical experience may include extended work days, evening shifts, and weekends.

It is possible to complete some of the Health Science and elective courses prior to entering the Nursing program, through UCFV or other institutions. A number of seats are reserved in selected Health Science courses at UCFV for pre-nursing students. A minimum 60% (C) grade must be obtained in these courses in order to receive credit regardless of where the courses are taken. Completion of the Health Sciences courses does not automatically guarantee a seat in the Nursing program.

In order to register in the Health Science courses, you must complete the following steps:

1. Application to Nursing program must be on file.

2. Academic prerequisites must be completed.

3. Consultation with program faculty is required.

4. A letter of eligibility will be sent to you which must be taken to Admissions and Records at the time of registration.

Location

All Nursing and Health Science classes are taught at the Health Sciences Centre on the Chilliwack campus. Clinical experiences occur at a variety of agencies throughout the Fraser Valley.

Degree applicants (and diploma exit option)

Applicants are strongly encouraged to complete English 105 prior to program entry. You may apply for English 105 as a General Studies student. Refer to page 34 for General Studies application details.

The Nursing program is very demanding. Students who are taking a full courseload will not have time to work either full-time or part-time. A beginning competence with basic computer skills is essential.

Academic Entrance Requirements

1. B.C. secondary school graduation or equivalent with:

    a. Completion of each of the following courses with a minimum of C+ grade within five years prior     to enrollment:

    b. Math 11 (Algebra, or Principles of Math 11) or UCFV MATH 085 with a minimum of C+          grade.

    c. English 12 (UCFV ENGL 091 or ENGL 101) with a minimum of a B grade and a CPT score      of 48 or greater or ENGL 105 with a minimum grade of C.

2. Successful completion of ESL Advanced Speaking/ Listening and Writing course sequence may be required for applicants for whom English is not a first language.

Other Entrance Requirements

1. Volunteer experience in a health care setting or employment in a health care field. Volunteer experience will consist of a minimum of 30 hours of volunteer work with adults or children in an acute care, long-term care or community health care agency. You will be asked to submit a written reference that reflects the length and nature of the volunteer experience or employment in a health care field.

2. Current Standard First Aid certificate (16 hrs. minimum)

3. Basic Rescuer — Level C certificate. Currency must be maintained throughout the program.

4. Identification documents — birth certificate, marriage certificate, verification of change of name, landed immigrant status.

5. Successful completion of a security clearance check. Criminal records check forms will be included with the letter of notification regarding an interview.

6. A health assessment, completed by a physician, indicating physical fitness and emotional stability. The assessment must be completed within 12 months prior to enrolment. Health questionnaire forms will be included with the letter of notification regarding an interview. Please bring the completed questionnaire to your interview.

7. Completion of an immunization program prior to the program start date. Immunization forms will be distributed at the time of the interview and must be received one week prior to the program start date. A Hepatitis B immunization will be provided upon entry into the Nursing program. Applicants who have completed the Hepatitis B immunization prior to entry to the program must submit proof of immunization.

8. Interview for information sharing and to assess the following:

9. Valid driver’s licence: You are responsible for arranging your own transportation to class, labs, hospitals, and other community agencies throughout the Fraser Valley.

How to Apply

1. You may apply to the program prior to the completion of all entrance requirements. The following documents must be submitted to the Admissions and Records office, along with the application fee, in order to process your application:

Once these documents have been received by the Admissions & Records office, your application will be forwarded to the nursing program.

2. Submit all remaining documents to the Health Sciences Centre, Chilliwack campus. Applicants will be considered for the program based on:  

Documents required in order to achieve “complete applicant” status for degree/ diploma applicants:

3. An interview with the program faculty is required for basic diploma/degree applicants. Preference will be given to those with “complete applicant” status. You will be contacted when interview dates and times have been established.

4. You will be notified in writing regarding your acceptance. Upon acceptance to the program you will be invited to register. A deposit is required by a specified date in order to reserve a seat in the program. This money will be applied to the tuition fees and is not refundable. If you do not register for courses and pay the deposits, your place will no longer be held for you.

RN Access Applicants

Academic Entrance Requirements

1. English 105 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C+ or CPT score of 60 or greater.

Note: Additional academic evidence may be required for individual cases.

Other Entrance Requirements

1. Current Practising Registration as a Registered Nurse in B.C. Practising Registration must be maintained throughout the program. Interested applicants without registration or with Non-Practising Registration should contact the Registered Nurses Association of B.C. (RNABC at 1-800-565-6505).

2. Two written references indicating your work as an RN within three years prior to application for admission.

3. Basic Rescuer — Level C certificate. Currency must be maintained throughout the program.

4. Completion of an immunization program prior to the program start date. Immunization forms will be distributed during regularly scheduled RN Access information sessions. A Hepatitis B immunization will be provided upon entry into the Nursing program.

How to Apply

1. You may apply to the program prior to the completion of all entrance requirements. The following documents must be submitted to the Admissions and Records office, along with the application fee, in order to process your application:

Once these documents have been received by the Admissions & Records office, your application will be forwarded to the nursing program.

2. Submit all remaining documents to the Health Sciences Centre, Chilliwack campus. Applicants will be considered for the program based on:

Documents required in order to achieve “complete applicant” status for RN Access applicants:

3. RN access applicants are asked to attend regularly scheduled information sessions to provide an overview of the degree program and an opportunity to address individual questions or concerns.

4. You will be notified in writing regarding your acceptance. Upon acceptance to the program you will be invited to register. A deposit is required by a specified date in order to reserve a seat in the program. This money will be applied to the tuition fees and is not refundable. If you do not register for courses and pay the deposits, your place will no longer be held for you.

Fees and Expenses

Fees are calculated based on a fee-per-credit basis. Course credits for the Nursing program remain under review, although a current average is approximately 12–17 credits per semester. Please note that the majority of books and supplies are purchased in the first semester. Textbooks and supplies for the first semester total approximately $1,000. Additional textbooks will be required throughout the program. See the Fees and Other Costs section for more information. New tuition fees are usually set each May.

Parking fees are required at some clinical placement agencies.

Financial Assistance

UCFV has a comprehensive financial assistance program including scholarships, loans and bursaries. Details are available from the student Financial Aid office.

Program Policies

The nursing and support courses for each semester are prerequisites for the coursework in the next semester. Due to the integrated nature of the nursing courses, progression from one semester to the next requires concurrent completion of the nursing courses. In order to continue with degree completion (Semesters B6–B8), students are required to maintain a CGPA of 2.33 for the first five semesters.

Courses taken for elective credit must be approved by the Nursing department.

Once enrolled in the Nursing program, Basic students are required to maintain RNABC student membership, and RN Access students are required to maintain practicing membership. As one of the several services offered through this membership, an annual criminal records search will be done.

Each program student will receive a UCFV Nursing Program Student Guidelines and Policies manual.

Program Outlines

Degree/Diploma Exit
Year 1 — Semester B1

Course, Title & Credits
NURS 101    Introduction to Primary Health Care    4
NURS 102    Introduction to Partnerships    3
NURS 103    Nursing Practice    4
HSC 110    Anatomy and Physiology I    3
ENGL 105    Reading and Writing of Prose    3

Year 1 — Semester B2
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 104    Developmental Transitions    4
NURS 105    Teacher/Learner Partnerships    3
NURS 106    Nursing Practice    5
HSC 112    Anatomy and Physiology II    3
HSC 114    Introduction to Pharmacology    1
NURS 120    Clinical Consolidation I    3

Year 2 — Semester B3
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 201    Health Illness Transitions I    3
NURS 202    Partnering with Families    2
NURS 203    Nursing Practice    6
HSC 210    Pathophysiology I    3

Year 2 — Semester B4
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 204    Health Illness Transitions II    3
NURS 205    Leadership    2
NURS 206    Nursing Practice    6
HSC 212    Pathophysiology II    3
Elective    University transfer sociology/ psychology/anthropology
                course (completed in B3 or B4)        3
NURS 220    Clinical Consolidation II         3

Year 3 — Semester B5
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 301    Multiple Transitions    3
NURS 302    Collaboration    2
NURS 303    Nursing Practice    6
HSC 310    Ethics in Health Care    3
Elective    university transfer course*    3

Diploma Exit (Only)
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 320    Preceptorship    10

Degree (continued)
Year 3 — Semester B6
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 304    Situational Transitions    3
NURS 306    Nursing Practice    3
NURS 307**    Nursing Research    3
HSC 312    Canadian Health Care System    3
MATH 108    Statistics for Nursing Research
or MATH 104    Introductory Statistics
or MATH 106    Statistics I                          3–4

**Note: Students will enroll in the Open University course APST 450 or APST 451 and transfer credit to NURS 307 to meet program requirements.

Year 4 — Semester B7
Course,  Title & Credits
NURS 401    Community Health    4
NURS 403    Nursing Practice    4
HSC 410    Health Law    3
Elective    university transfer course*    3

Year 4 — Semester B8
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 406    Preceptorship/Mentorship    16

RN Access Degree
Year 3 — Semester A-1
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 311    Perspectives on Transition    6
HSC 310    Ethics in Health Care    3
Elective    university transfer course*    3

Year 3 — Semester A2
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 304    Situational Transitions    3
NURS 306    Nursing Practice    3
NURS 307**    Nursing Research    3
HSC 312    Canadian Health Care System    3
MATH 108    Statistics for Nursing Research
or MATH 104    Introductory Statistics         3–4

**Note: Students will enroll in the Open University course APST 450 or APST 451 and transfer credit to NURS 307 to meet program requirements.

Year 4 — Semester A3
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 401    Community Health    4
NURS 403    Nursing Practice    4
HSC 410    Health Law    3
Elective    university transfer course*    3

Year 4 — Semester A4
Course, Title & Credits
NURS 406    Preceptorship/Mentorship    16
Elective    university transfer course*    3

* Note: Courses taken for elective credit must be approved by the Nursing department.

Faculty

Wanda Gordon, Program Head, RN, BSN, MA (UBC)
Joyce Barnes, RN, SCM, MTD, BSN (City University)
Karen Davidson, RN, SCM, BScN (Alberta), MSN (UBC)
Sheila Edwards, RN, BSN, MSN (UBC)
Sandra Flynn, RN, BSN (UVic), MEd (Calgary)
Nancy Goad, RN, BScN (UWO), MEd (UBC)
Janine Hadfield, RN, BA (Toronto), MSc(A) (McGill)
Hannah MacDonald, RN, BSN (UVic), MEd (SFU)
Kiyo Matsuno, RN, BScN (UBC), MSc(A), (McGill)
Elaine Tessaro, RN, BSN (UBC)
Elvira Warner, RN, BSN (UVic)
Angela Wolff, RN, BSN (McMaster), MSN (UBC)
Lynne Wells, RN, BSN (Windsor), MEd (SFU)

Support Staff

Janice Corbeil, Program Assistant
Joanna Hirnschall, RN, Lab Coordinator
Sherry Neetz, Secretary/receptionist
Bunny White, Secretary/receptionist (on leave)

Advisory Committee Members

Mary Brennen, Chilliwack General Hospital
Jennifer Halliday, MSA General Hospital

Linda Leonard, UBC Nursing Faculty
Marilyn McDougall, Continuing Care, Fraser Valley Health Region, Abbotsford
Pam McIntee, Community Health, Fraser Valley Health Region, Chilliwack
Cora McRae, Chilliwack General Hospital
Elma Pauls, Health Programs, Hope
Bonnie Penner, Program Graduate
Bernadet Ratsoy, Nursing Programs, BCIT
Diane Reed, Business, Health and Human Services, OLA
Jessie Reid, Chilliwack General Hospital
Heather Shantz, MSA General Hospital


Resident Care Attendant

The Resident Care Attendant (RCA) program is designed to provide students with opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to function as frontline care providers in long-term care facilities. Graduates are prepared to provide care to older adults experiencing diverse, often complex, but relatively stable, health and illness needs. Upon completion of the program, graduates are qualified to work in any level of institutionalized continuing care service, including adult daycare, personal care, intermediate care, and extended care.

The program is based on a provincial curriculum and includes classroom and laboratory instruction as well as practicum experience in various facilities. This is a full-time program with daily attendance expected. A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the program.

Entrance Requirements

1. Successful completion of one of the following:

2. Submission of a signed medical certificate indicating physical fitness and emotional stability.

3. Completion of an immunization program including negative TB test or chest X-ray is required before entry to the program. Hepatitis B immunization will be required after entry to the program.

4. Satisfactory interview with a program faculty member who may accept or defer acceptance based on:
    a. Knowledge of and motivation toward a career as a resident care attendant
    b. Financial preparation
    c. Communication skills
    d. Health-care experience. Your health-care experience must consist of:

5. Satisfactory work or personal reference.

6. Successfully passing a security clearance check.

7. Transportation to classes and practicum locations.

Note: ESL (English as a Second Language) applicants will be assessed on an individual basis.

How to Apply

You may apply at any time.

1. Submit the application fee along with your UCFV application and the application for admission to the RCA program to the Admissions and Records (A&R) office. Application forms are available from any A&R or Student Services office. See complete list of application dates and general admission information.

Additional documents required for a complete application:

2. This program has a wait list. You will be placed on the program wait list after you have submitted your official transcript, volunteer reference, and work or personal reference.

3. You will then be contacted regarding a time for an orientation session and interview.

Instructions for the completion of the immunization, security clearance and medical forms will be given to you at the time of your interview.

4. You will be notified as to whether or not you have been accepted once the completed immunization, security clearance and medical forms have been received.

5. Those accepted will be assigned a date on which to register and pay for the program.

Note: If you do not register by the specified date, the next person on the wait list will be contacted and it will be necessary for you to reapply.

Dates and Locations

This is a 20-week program; dates are:
    July 26–December 10, 1999, and
    January 4–May 19, 2000.
(Note: should funding be received for the 24-week combined Home Support/Resident Care Attendant program the last Resident Care Attendant program would be offered July 26–December 10, 1999). Classes are located at the Health Sciences Centre, Chilliwack campus. Approximately one-half of the program takes place in a variety of facilities throughout the Fraser Valley.

Fees and Additional Costs

The fees for the program are approximately $700.

Books and supplies will cost about $150. Uniform(s) and white duty shoes will cost approximately $200. The cost of travelling to and from practicum locations is the responsibility of the student.

Graduating students are eligible to purchase a pin from the UCFV bookstore for approximately $10.

Program Outline

Course, Title & Credits
CCA 150    Health and Healing: Concepts for Practice    2
CCA 170    Human Relations: Interpersonal Communications     2
CCA 180    Health: Lifestyle and Choices    1
RCA 155    Work Role: Introduction to Resident Care Attendant Practice     1
RCA 160    Personal Care Skills in Resident Care    3
RCA 165A    Practicum I: Extended Care Unit    6
RCA 165B    Practicum II: Intermediate Care Unit    3
RCA 175    Healing: Special Needs in Resident Care    2
Total:     20

Home Support/Resident Care Attendant
(subject to funding)

The 24-week Home Support/Resident Care Attendant program expands the current RCA program to include a focus on home support. The HS/RCA program is very similar to the RCA program with the following changes:

Entrance Requirements

Same as RCA, plus you must have successfully completed the Red Cross Standard First Aid certificate program.

How to Apply

Same as RCA, plus

Additional documents required for a complete application include:

Dates and Location

This is a 24-week program; dates are:
    November 15– December 10, 1999, and
    January 4–May 19, 2000.
The next program will be offered June 19–December 1, 2000.

Program Outline

Course, Title & Credits
HSRCA 150    Health and Healing: Concepts for Practice    2
HSRCA 155    Work Role: Introduction to Home Support/Resident Care Attendant Practice    2
HSRCA 160    Personal Care Skills in Home Support/Resident Care     3
HSRCA 165A    Extended Care Practicum    6
HSRCA 165B    Intermediate Care Practicum    3
HSRCA 165C    Home Support Practicum    2
HSRCA 170    Human Relations: Interpersonal Communications     2
HSRCA 175    Healing: Special Needs in Home Support/Resident Care     2
HSRCA 180    Health: Lifestyle and Choices    1
Total:     23

Faculty

Wanda Gordon, Program Head, RN, BSN, MA (UBC)
Janie Bion, Coordinator, RN, BA (WWU), MA (BYU)
Vicki Driediger, RN
Nettie Regehr, RN
Teri Regts, RN, Dip. Ned
Rose Russell, RN, BScN
Katie Wickers, BSc (Rehab)

Advisory Committee

Kathy Chace, We Care Home Health Services
Hazel Chambers, Pleasant View Home Care Society
Jeannie Collinson, MSA General Hospital
Valerie Gielans, alumni representative
Lois Mazuren, Parkholm Lodge
Brenda Megale, Fraser Hope Lodge
Wayne Milton, alumni representative
Denise Moore (Chairperson), Valley Home Support
Mike Mutter, MSA General Hospital
Joan Olson, Menno Hospital
Beth Salchenberger, Mission Memorial Hospital
Gladys Tagle, Extended Care Facilities, Chilliwack General Hospital
Jan Timberlake, Eden Intermediate Care Home
Gaye Toews, Menno Home
Gwen Williams, Maplewood House


Return to Faculty of Science & Technology index