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Privacy—a privilege?

ALMOST TWO WEEKS ago, the Conservative government made an unusual decision to refer to a committee for amendments before a bill was read a second time by the House of Commons. Vic Toews, Canada’s public safe...
Illustration by Brennan Bova

23 years and counting

THOUGH DIVORCE RATES are on the rise, and knocked-up high-school sweetheart couples are at the bottom of the list when it comes to quality marriages, there is one couple that’s been making it work for 23 years ...
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Internet in schools

IN THE TRANSITION between high school and university, free, easily accessible WiFi is one of the biggest differences post-secondary offered. Access to a wireless connection everywhere at university means freedo...
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Turn up the science!

AFTER 10 YEARS of construction, the Large Hadron Collider was completed in 2009 by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). The collider, situated on the French–Swiss border, is a 27-km-long round...
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What’s your opinion on…

Oh, Vladimir, you turn a girl’s head A SEXUALLY SUGGESTIVE political campaign has been launched by Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin and his camp. The adverts play on the concept of first-time voters as vi...
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Final four, here we come

THE GEE-GEES (13-5 regular season, 1-0 playoffs) kicked off the playoffs on Feb. 18 in front of a very supportive home crowd at Montpetit Hall in the Ontario quarter-final game. The second-seeded Gees were triu...
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Elections report, 2012–13

EVERY YEAR, THE Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) Elections Office releases a report outlining their activities throughout the SFUO election period. The report reviews logistics, results, ap...