The Canada Council for the Arts was established in 1957 and its mandate has remained relatively stable—to support the creation of new art in Canada by Canadians, and to help get an audience to that art.
The Canadian Federation of Students’ (CFS) national consent culture forum this past week brought members of student unions across the country to Ottawa to discuss how sexualized violence on campus is being addressed.
Rumours of a potential code of conduct have sprung up this past year at the University of Ottawa, but the latest report from the university’s ombudsperson has revealed the university has already administered academic sanctions for non-academic offences.
A third-year political administration student at the University of Ottawa has generated a lot of buzz in her campaign to make federal budgets more transparent.
Groups on campus hope an upcoming lecture by jes sachse, a Toronto-based disability artist and activist, will bring about a push for greater accessibility at the University of Ottawa.