Trick or treat?

The march—dubbed the Toxic Trick or Treat—was organized by the PowerShift conference that was held from Oct. 26—29 at the University of Ottawa and brought together over 1,000 students from across the country.

Welcome to the Ottawa casino?

On Oct. 10, the Ottawa city council voted in favour of a motion to allow the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) to seek private-sector funding for a casino in the nation’s capital.

PowerShift coming to Ottawa

The University of Ottawa will play host to students from around the country for a four-day conference that promises to, according to its website “build an environmental and climate justice movement that can transform our society, so that our future can be enjoyed by everyone, not only those who can afford it.”

TEDx comes to the U of O

On Saturday, Oct. 13, just over 100 idea-seekers gathered in the Alumni Auditorium to participate in TEDxUOttawa, a conference of ideas.
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Best of TEDx

“What is the point of education if the information is available to all?” - Mark Salter, professor of political science

On the offensive

The Algonquin Students’ Association (ASA) started running ads that criticized OC Transpo for these changes. The ads were part of a campaign entitled “Age Does not Define a Student,” funded by the ASA.