The University of Ottawa women’s soccer team is off to a roaring start this year, with 5–1–1 record lifting the Gees to second in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) East standings.
This year, Tome is demonstrating her ability to be a versatile player, contributing both offensively and defensively. A left-handed hitter, Tome is averaging a career-high 1.22 kills per set this season, a very good mark considering she spends most of the time setting up her teammates.
The rally was held in conjunction with a Nov. 29 hearing at the Supreme Court between the Clyde River Inuit and the Crown over a decision made by the National Energy Board that will allow companies to conduct seismic testing near Clyde River, Nunavut.
“It’s the best thing that I’ve done this year. It’s been the most rewarding and inspiring experience.”—Brooklynne Eeuwes, SwimAbility instructor.
To gather the data necessary to complete this study, the team submitted an online questionnaire to 453 female undergraduates.
On Nov. 18 the University of Ottawa hosted a delegation from Belgium’s Université catholique de Louvain, where the two schools officially introduced a new master’s double-degree in criminology.