The app’s premise is simple: Android users complete “Matchups,” which are image-based preferential multiple-choice questions, or quizzes. The app then computes how many of the completed Matchups a user has in common with other users, and presents it as a percentage.
The Heart Institute hopes to save time for patients by having an accessible link to the emergency room at the hospital, as well as a drop off bay for ambulances in front of the new critical care tower.
When people don’t see a water bottle in the vending machine, but they want water, they’ll maybe cave and get a pop just because they want the bottle. I think this is a great resource for people who actually just want water.”
“We’ve been named the seventh-happiest country in the world, and we couldn’t be happier,” said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Story downplays Winter’s graphic images, negative impact on civilians Last weekend, the Ottawa Citizen ran a story about a man who spent much of his time protesting outside the Morgentaler Clinic on Bank Str...
This January, the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, common law section has implemented mandatory mandatory sexual assault prevention training for all first-year students.