On the weekend of Sept. 28, the women’s hockey team played the St. Thomas Tommies and Queen’s Gaels in their final exhibition matches, coming away with a win and a loss respectively.
In a document recently obtained by the Fulcrum, the University of Ottawa administration has said that they expect the resignation of all SFUO members involved in the recent fraud allegations until the completion of a forensic audit.
“Allegations against Dorimain range from fraudulent use of SFUO funds under the guise of office cleaning and the catering of the SFUO Leader Action event on April 28, while Rachiq is accused in the report of possibly forging the certification of a “faulty” club called Testing Restaurants UOttawa and claiming funds for personal use.”
If it’s that easy to keep your job as a bar manager, and have a “sold out” club, even when guests are aware that you’re a convicted sexual predator, one has to wonder if #MeToo has gone too far, or if it hasn’t gone far enough.
Following the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa’s latest Board of Administration meeting, U of O president Jacques Frémont condemned the string of BDS motions put forward to the SFUO.
The event was held following the release of the 2018 federal budget, and Trudeau’s commitment to invest close to four billion dollars into science and research.
At the end of the day, Butt says that the goal is to have measure that are “more individualized to the circumstances of the allegation, but also the individualized circumstances of the accused person too,” and to “try and manage the risk in a community as much as possible.”