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Ben Maracle

Gee-Gees will play Queen’s in the semis The University of Ottawa’s football team avenged its season-opening loss to the University of Toronto Saturday, eliminating the Varsity Blues 37-17 in their first-round playoff matchup in the six.  The Gees were able to get themselves on the board first with kicker Campbell Fair ending a seven-play drive …

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“The Committee is therefore against the exclusion of words, works or ideas in the context of respectful academic presentations and discussions whose educational goal is to promote the dissemination of knowledge,” wrote the Committee on Academic Freedom in its report.

Women's rugby

Gee-Gees will travel to Quebec city to take on Laval University in finals on Friday The Gee-Gees women’s rugby team defeated the University of Montreal Carabins on Oct. 29 at Matt Anthony Field 37-7 in their Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) semifinal matchup.  The Garnet and Grey were dominant on the night spending …

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The grounds of the motion for the proposed class proceeding allege, “[t]he University of Ottawa received at least two complaints in or about 1995 by former patients of Nadon, regarding his inappropriate conduct of a sexual nature. The University of Ottawa failed to take appropriate steps to prevent the improper conduct from occurring again, including requiring the dismissal of Nadon from the UOHS.”

Francis Perron

“We are very grateful for the therapy staff, first responders, nurses, doctors, and everyone on-site at the University of Toronto that did absolutely everything they could to help Francis. Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with Francis’ loved ones, teammates, and everyone he touched,” wrote Sue Hylland, in an email to the Fulcrum.

Breaking news

“Deciding to retire has been one of the most difficult decisions of my life. I always say family comes first and I need to live up to my own words. I am very proud of what we have all accomplished to make this team into a national championship contender and more importantly, a great place to play,” said Sparks, in a press release.

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The University of Ottawa’s Board of Governors announced on Monday afternoon that it has cancelled plans to increase tuition by three per cent for out-of-province students. This follows a report on Sunday from the University of Ottawa Students’ Union (UOSU) that the hike, which was first announced in the BOG’s embargoed documents sent to media and members on Friday, had been scrapped.

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