The University of Ottawa has recently formed a three-year partnership with the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) to implement a new entrepreneurship-based co-operative education program for students.
A University of Ottawa staff member in his 18th season with the Gee-Gees has been suspended from his position after his arrest due to charges of human trafficking and child luring.
On Sept. 30, Łukasz Weremiuk, chargé d’affaires of the Polish Embassy in Ottawa, submitted an article to Maclean’s to refute a separate item written by Jan Grabowski, a history professor at the University of Ottawa.
Moody’s Investors Service, which provides credit ratings and risk analyses to organizations around the world, released a report on Sept. 29 that characterizes the University of Ottawa’s recent debt issuance as “stable.”
Nathalie Des Rosiers, the current dean of the Faculty of Law’s common law section, and former general counsel at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, has announced that she intends to run for the Ontario Liberal Party nomination in the Ottawa-Vanier riding.
Members of the press were asked not to pry about Hoodfar’s time in prison, but she said the scariest part was her initial detainment in June. She explained she was unable to communicate with anyone, including her lawyer, and didn’t know what would happen next.
A project by Stewart Elgie, professor of law and economics at the University of Ottawa, was recently selected as one of the Clean50 Top15 projects of 2017 for the Smart Prosperity Initiative.