In response to the University of Ottawa's proposed plan, which included a salary increase of over $150,000 for its senior executives, the Support Staff of the University of Ottawa (SSUO), is “vehemently opposed to the proposals in the program,” according to a March 7 statement.
The event was held following the release of the 2018 federal budget, and Trudeau’s commitment to invest close to four billion dollars into science and research.
Tuesday’s event raised $15,098 in donations from the public, which Knoll says will go towards funding nutrition work in southern Africa, including training to help women take charge of health efforts in their communities.
Hayle, which is being developed for Android and iOS, will enable users to create a profile by adding their interests, and thus find like-minded individuals, join discussions, attend events, and discover different opportunities in their own city.
Canada’s healthcare system, while built on diversity, has a ways to go in terms of reconciliation with its Indigenous communities in order to be seen as a global leader.
The upcoming speaker series has been designed to foster a conversation between people, women in particular, and university students. Many of the speakers are Indigenous women who have a strong presence in Ontario and Canada.
According to a media statement released by the Ottawa Police, “the charges relate to incidents involving ten female victims.”
Gibson fears that her situation will deter other students from seeking help, although she hopes this won’t be the case.