This document contains many promising ideas that could improve life for several different types of students. However, it also fails to provide a clear roadmap to achieve to these goals in a lot of places.
Hamilton is at least moving in the right direction with their new education based approach to regulating predatory payday loans.
The Icelandic government will introduce new legislation this month to eradicate the pay gap between all forms of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, and nationality.
If you want to spend money to patch the hole in the ship, don’t simply hand the captain a bag of doubloons and expect the vessel to stay afloat.
Taking part in General Assemblies, BOA meetings, and elections will take up a relatively small amount of your time, and are an easy way to start fixing these problems.
In a time pervaded by “alternative facts” and general disagreement on topics as basic as whether or not the economy is doing well, we owe it to people to present useful information.
Since its implementation earlier this year, the federal government’s new computerized Phoenix payroll system, designed to simplify the payment process, has compromised the regular pay of more than 80,000 federal government employees, many of whom are students.
The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) recently released its approved budget projections for 2016 online, following its adoption at the Aug. 16 Board of Administration (BOA) meeting.
Dear Colleagues, I am in receipt of my e-bill from the University of Ottawa, which I will share: My bill for this semester is $3,410.77, including $925.40 for things I have no interest in supporting. This...