Jasmine van Schouwen is a law student at the University of Ottawa who first applied to participate in the conference last year and will be representing the Kanata-Carleton riding.
There are lots of well-hidden vegetarian-friendly spots around town that will accommodate even the pickiest of eaters.
Nathalie Des Rosiers, the current dean of the Faculty of Law’s common law section, and former general counsel at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, has announced that she intends to run for the Ontario Liberal Party nomination in the Ottawa-Vanier riding.
"Hey, Stella!" you don't want to miss this classic film.
American author Stanley G. Weinbaum was one of the first writers to introduce the idea of virtual reality in his 1935 novel, Pygmalion’s Spectacles. Eighty years later the fictional technology has found some real-world applications at the University of Ottawa.
Politicians will have to hope for the best but expect the worst when it comes to voter turnout among post-secondary students in Canada, according to a panel of experts on Canadian politics.
Perhaps one of the most popular musical fantasy features and most-loved American films of all time, The Wizard of Oz is known for its innovative use of bright Technicolor. It remains a delightful and touching piece of American cinema, still adored to this day.