The head of the Weather Network, Mateo Rologist, could not be reached for comment. Sources say he’s been rocking slowly back and forth for the past week whispering “they’ve broken it.”
“If you have to choose between running 1848 for a weekend or holding office hours in a sauna, I think it’s pretty clear what the answer is.”—SFUO president Roméo Ahimakin.
A University of Ottawa student has died following an altercation with a 27 year-old man outside Piper’s Bar and Grill near St. Laurent Shopping Centre on Nov. 6.
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.
Not only is recognizing Ottawa as an officially bilingual city a nod to our French and English heritage, but officially embracing both languages is a symbolic gesture that would come at no additional costs to taxpayers and would not affect jobs.