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CFA and U of O foster future achievers

Partnership to expand program recognizing high-school student leaders THE FACULTY OF Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa announced a partnership with the Canadian Future Achievers (CFA) program on No...
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News Briefs

Eleven G20 arrestees see charges dropped, six jailed MONTREAL (CUP)—THE COURT CASE of 17 alleged conspirators involved in the G20 protests of June 2010 ended Nov. 22, with six found guilty and 11 walking fre...
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Cement and plastic surgery

What the F?!  ONEAL RON MORRIS, a 30-year-old transgendered woman, has allegedly been injecting cement and tire-filler, among other substances, into her clients while working as a faux plastic surgeon in Mia...

An occupied Christmas

Occupy movement turns its focus to holiday consumption WITH THE OCCUPY movement staggered by camp break-ups across the continent, a Canadian non-profit magazine that sent out the first Occupy call has is...

‘Taking casual sex not too casually’

U of O researcher examines sexual relationships among youth ACCORDING TO JOCELYN Wentland, a PhD student at the University of Ottawa in experimental psychology, casual sexual relationships can be placed ...
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I demand a byelection

Next Stop ON NOV. 30, the National Post reported on a series of false byelection phone calls made by the Conservative party. The calls were made in the riding of Mount Royal Liberal MP Irwin Cotler, falsely ...

Beau’s resumes home delivery service

Local brewery and Operation Come Home team up AFTER THE PROGRAM was shut down by provincial authorities, Buy Your Beau's Online (BYBO) is up and running again. The home-delivery service for the Ottawa ar...

Young Greens organize protest on campus

Students show their contempt for omnibus crime bill DESPITE FREEZING TEMPERATURES and snowfall, the Young Greens at the University of Ottawa dressed up as policeman and prisoners, taking turns being lock...