A number of students present at the meeting had concerns over two motions proposed at the meeting, the first of which was to abolish section 3.13.4 in the SFUO constitution.
Following the executive updates and question period, several motions were presented, all pertaining to electoral reform for the SFUO executive.
The BOA has the right to create ad hoc or standing committees, and they should use this authority to create a committee to present a report to the public on the BOA’s in-camera sessions.
The most recent Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) Board of Administration (BOA) meeting focused on the SFUO’s financial situation for the 2016-17 year.
The latest Board of Administration (BOA) meeting was held on Aug. 16, and saw discussion on 101 Week updates, the budget for the year, along with a report by the comptroller general.
The new policy includes definitions pertaining to the policy and sexual violence, including a detailed definition of “consent”, campus resources for reporting sexual violence, provisions on the formal complaint process, and more.
The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) held its final Board of Administration (BOA) meeting of the year on April 10, and its first since a statement was released to the public on March 31 announcing staff and services cuts effective this summer.
Dorimain said the march had two goals, to raise money for BLM Toronto and to get politicians to say they support the movement. “We were asking our mayor and councillors to support what’s going on over there because it also happens here in Ottawa,” she said.