40 more women have come forward since February with charges against Nadon On Friday May 4, former University of Ottawa Health Services (UOHS) doctor Vincent Nadon appeared in court after being charged with ove...
De Marinis has been sentenced to nine months in jail, and will be on probation for 18 months after his time has been served. In addition to this, his name will be added to the National Sex Offender registry.
Evans says that she hopes to be known for her progressive policies around housing and healthcare, and also hopes to gain a reputation as someone who fights for the rights of students.
The petition, spearheaded by Lucie Atangana, a first-year political science student at the U of O and resident of the Henderson building, calls for the move out date to be pushed back to May 1.
The event started with an informal discussion on the current state of diverse representation, or lack thereof, in the House of Commons.
On March 29, the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Engineering hosted its third annual Design Day at SITE, where students showcased their passion projects to faculty members, family and friends, and field professionals.
Students face plenty of stress when it comes to paying for school and associated costs, and admission scholarships and merit bursaries don’t always benefit everyone. However, these three scholarships are a great way for students to look beyond what the University of Ottawa has to offer.
The SFUO held their monthly Board of Administration meeting, where they voted on motions that were presented at the General Assembly (GA) on March 13, and one motion that was not presented at the GA due to time constraints.
Ozturk’s recent study, “An optimization model for freight transport using urban rail transit,” published in the European Journal of Operations Research examines how freight on transit (FOT), the practice of transporting freights using the public transit network, could be optimized in countries in order to eliminate greenhouse gases.
Following the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa’s latest Board of Administration meeting, U of O president Jacques Frémont condemned the string of BDS motions put forward to the SFUO.