On Jan. 26, the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) held their third Board of Administration (BOA) meeting of the month, where Faculty of Social Sciences representative Tony Bui raised some “serious concerns” about the upcoming general election.
According to Jean-Philippe Dubé, a fourth-year computer science student at the U of O, the shift to the new D2L platform was a collective decision made by the administration and members of the university Senate.
The committee, which is comprised of students, faculty members, and other staff at the U of O, are working to identify what kinds of “barriers to inclusion” exist on campus.
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.
On Saturday, Jan. 21, women in Ottawa will join in solidarity with women in Washington, D.C., and around the world, for a nation-wide march.
BOG vice-president resources Marc Joyal started his presentation by talking about how the U of O is facing an estimated $14.6-million deficit for the current fiscal year, a period that ends on April 30, 2017.
The CBC reported that the workers “sought shelter in a safe zone underground” until they were rescued by firefighters. Two of the workers are unharmed, while one suffered a minor hand injury.
On Wednesday, Nov. 2, students from the University of Ottawa took part in a nation-wide protest to call for free tuition.