Research by University of Ottawa Professor Holly Johnson found that a number of women who reported sexual violence were deterred by the Ottawa Police’s response to violence against women. Johnson’s study was featured during the Shine the Light campaign, which aims to raise awareness of violence against women, at city hall on Nov. 4.
Calin Rovinescu, president and chief executive officer of Air Canada, was named as the university’s 14th chancellor on Nov. 9. The chancellor is the titular head of the university, and represents it in a number of functions and events.
Upcoming CFS meeting to cover a variety of issues The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) will be holding its 34th Annual General Meeting Nov. 22-25 this year, according to Studentunion.ca. On the agen...
“I’ve heard a lot of stories really similar to mine,” said Morin, who believes women who report a sexual assault to the police end up feeling victimized a second time. “It always seems to end up being the victim’s fault, and this is something I find completely unacceptable, and I find it so frustrating.”
OC Transpo has announced that the lower level of Lees Station will be closed, and transit between Hurdman and Lees Stations will be halted due to light rail transit (LRT) construction. The closures will start on Dec. 20, and could affect the daily commute of hundreds of students.
The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) will be hosting its third General Assembly (GA) on Nov. 14, however no motions will be voted on because none were submitted before the Oct. 16 deadline.
The University of Ottawa has announced it will open another new residence next September, its fourth in the past two years.