The SFUO announced that three executives will vacate office, and their intention to continue operations in light of the university's contract termination notice.
In a statement released on Sept. 25, the University of Ottawa announced that they have given the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) official notice of termination of the contract held between the SFUO and the university administration.
Faculty of Law professors and outside experts discussed and debated the merits of Section 33 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the notwithstanding clause, and its attempted use by Ontario’s Ford government.
The SFUO held their monthly Board of Administration meeting to discuss the ratification of the constitutional committee’s choice of forensic auditor, a letter received from former SFUO president, Hadi Wess, and the announcement of an executive’s resignation.
The Faculty of Law hosted Julie Mathews, executive director, Community Legal Education Ontario and LFO Community Leadership in Justice Fellow, in conversation with U of O law professor, David Wiseman on the topic of Advancing Community-Based Access to Justice.
This fall marks the roll-out of a revamped Counselling and Coaching Service from the University of Ottawa’s Student Academic Success Service.
Around 50 students gathered in front of the SFUO office on Sept. 6 to protest and call for impeachment of the SFUO executives named in recent fraud allegations.
Over the summer, Campbell created a website that aimed to make it easier for Canadians to support their own businesses.