The first motion detailed caps on SFUO executive salaries, which was met with applause by many in the room, and the second outlined the need for student involvement in course curriculums.
Bader said she wants to run in the upcoming election, though she did not say which executive position she was running for. She added that she was “blindsided” by the news that under current rules, she would not be allowed to run.
While it was a strong year for PIVIK and Agora, the numbers looked much worse for Café Alt and 1848.
The SFUO also ratified their new comptroller general, who will replace Mugabo. The board voted to approve Pamela Bader, with all ‘yes’ votes, save for one abstention. Bader was not present at the meeting.
On Sunday, Sept. 17, the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) Board of Administration (BOA) met to discuss items such as the dismissal of former comptroller general Yannick Mugabo, by-elections, and wait times for academic advisors.
SFUO vice-president finance uncertain if he will remain in position The recent Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) Board of Administration (BOA) meeting took place on Sunday, Aug. 13, which s...
The union wrote that “it is troubling that the Union was told during collective bargaining that the maximum wage increase Management could give to its part-time employees was $0.17 per hour (which represents a 1.7% increase), when the SFUO clearly had $37,200 (the total cost of the proposed Executive members’ raise) available for additional wage increases.”
According to la Rotonde editor-in-chief Frédérique Mazerolle, the SFUO members in attendance at their AGM included Hadi Wess, Rizki Rachiq, Axel Gaga, and Vanessa Dorimain.