In light of this less than stellar first outing, how can we improve how the general assembly is run?
Electoral law was in focus at the University of Ottawa last week when experts from across Ontario discussed the cornerstone of democracy.
Is this new legislation putting a chill on our civil liberties, or can free speech be partially sacrificed in order to maintain a civil and safe society?
Campus is plastered in posters and social media is buzzing with activity. It’s student election season at the University of Ottawa.
You don’t need to take an intro political science course to know that democratic legitimacy requires fair and open elections to exist, or that the federation elections as run on this campus don’t usually meet these basic standards.
The idea that we live in a digital simulation is being taken seriously by a number of academics.
University of Ottawa professors Donald McRae and Caroline Andrew joined the ranks of the more than 6,000 people who have been inducted to the Order of Canada, when the Governor General of Canada, David Johnston, announced 95 new appointees at the end of 2014.
Stephanie Piamonte, Sarah Nolette, Chelsea McManus, Jasmine van Schouwen, Adam Gibbard, Christina Yee
Clementines, boyfriends, and a golden pig... there's no formula for tradition My family puts clementines in the bottoms of our stockings, which is pretty much one million times worse than coal becaus...