Father & Sons, 1848, and La Maison serve as cornerstones for University of Ottawa nightlife, but recently these three establishments have been feuding over claims to U of O students.
After the incident with the ByWard bear, I realized that there’s a greater need I can fill than just being a trophy, or figurehead so to speak, I want to help other bears.
The Tomato talks with students concerned about the new trans fat ban and what effect this will have on their late-night binges.
Covering the walls of the tunnel were elaborate schematics of what the Tomato would soon find out is the Tornadorator 3000. In the corner, a small group of engineering student were hunched over scribbling designs; UberEats Mcdonald bags littered the floor.
In the wake of a recent incident involving a bear wandering freely through the streets of the Byward Market, the Tomato has uncovered startling new information that has Ottawa pawsing to reflect.
Returning students at the University of Ottawa have a misguided and dangerously optimistic understanding of just how easy their second year will be.
It’s easy to tell who’s not in the know. They’re huddled together in large packs, attempting to stave off the cold, inappropriately dressed for the cold weather. They claim their moms were going to buy them a Canada Goose coat over Thanksgiving. It’s the first years.