Ottawa

The troupe

A unique aspect of Daisy is the plot’s relevance to the divisive political landscape that permeates society today. In Daisy we encounter what the writers presume to be the inception of the modern day ‘attack ad.’ Its irreversibly deleterious effects upon American politics and the integrity of political campaigns are as discussed and feared then as they are now.

remembrance day ceremony

Plot eight, row E, grave seven: the plot in a French cemetery that was the former resting place of an unknown soldier who died during the First World War.

Like many Canadians who served, died and fought in WW1 in France, we will never know this soldier’s identity — whether he left behind a widow, a child, a mother, a father. Hopes and dreams. A profession. We don’t even know his name.

kind space logo

The clinic came to be when PBSC uOttawa reached out to Kind Space to create placements for students to volunteer, says Carling Miller, the executive director of Kind Space. Miller shared with the Fulcrum that the idea for the collaborative clinic “was great because we [Kind Space] didn’t have the capacity before to try and organize putting one together on our own.”

The UOSU logo on a banner

There is an important distinction between governance and politics. By governance, I mean the administration of the union, the fulfillment of its obligations. In terms of governance, the UOSU seems to be doing alright. By politics, I mean the human aspect, the making-people-care. In terms of politics, the UOSU seems to be doing much worse.

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