According to a media statement released by the Ottawa Police, “the charges relate to incidents involving ten female victims.”
UOHS released a statement on Jan. 19, reassuring patients who were registered under Nadon that they will continue to receive access to timely medical care at the walk-in clinic located at 100 Marie-Curie Private.
On Sunday, Feb. 26, Ottawa police arrested a 40-year-old man following the discovery of a methamphetamine laboratory in his apartment at 345 Barber Street.
The rally was part of a nation-wide movement organized by Black Lives Matter (BLM) Toronto in light of the death of Abdirahman Abdi, a Somali man with autism who was killed by two Ottawa police officers in July 2016.
Morin filed the original incident with the Ottawa police service on September 26, 2015. Now, almost a year later, she said that while the year has been tough she is proud of herself and the impact her story has had on other women.
Alleged perpetrator leaves country before facing judicial repercussions Charges have been laid in the sexual assault case of former University of Ottawa student Mélodie Morin, however the alleged assailant has...
On Nov. 24, the University of Ottawa released a statement regarding an internal review related to a “misconduct” within a student-run club
Research by University of Ottawa Professor Holly Johnson found that a number of women who reported sexual violence were deterred by the Ottawa Police’s response to violence against women. Johnson’s study was featured during the Shine the Light campaign, which aims to raise awareness of violence against women, at city hall on Nov. 4.