Politicians want your vote and that is all.
Every year thousands of people gather on Parliament Hill on April 20 to protest Canada’s cannabis laws. This year organizers plan to “Fill the Hill” with youth political parties and host debates on cannabis legalization
A recent study by Dr. Darine El-Chaar and University of Ottawa professor Dr. Mark Walker explores the correlation between obesity and pregnancy and the health problems that can occur when an expectant mother is overweight
The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) dipped its toe in the pool of controversy this week when vp social-elect Pat Marquis was called out by the Indigenous and Canadian Studies Students’ Association (ICSSA) for a jab he made at the aboriginal community on Facebook.
A private Christian university’s bid for their own law school has sparked protests from LGBTQ university communities nation-wide
Ottawa Public Health looks to lower temperatures in densely populated areas of the city this summer.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty tabled Canada’s Economic Action Plan 2013 on March 21. The budget titled “Jobs, Growth and Long-Term Prosperity” introduces new skills training and job creation measures, many of which are targeted at Canada’s youth.
A student at the University of Ottawa has resigned from his position on student government after pleading guilty to the criminal harassment of two ex-girlfriends.
A record breaking number of participants, over $30,000 raised, and new friends taking a stand against cancer
Two University of Ottawa criminologists are going to court to protect the confidentiality of an interview believed by police to have been conducted with accused killer Luka Rocco Magnotta