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  • Student Federation acts on club investigation

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    Student Federation acts on club investigation  On November 7th, the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa as well as University of Ottawa administration received an email from an anonymous sender stipulating that an alleged sexual assault occurred within one of the clubs run under the SFUO. The sexual assault is alleged to have occurred […]

  • Update statement

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    For immediate release Wednesday, November 25th 2015 Update statement: We would like to take the opportunity to address some issues that have been highlighted since the yoga story broke, specifically around the timelines and the reasons for the review. Never did the Student Federation at the University of Ottawa, or the Centre for Students with […]

  • Reevaluation of CSD programming

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    MEDIA RELEASE For immediate release Tuesday, November 24th 2015 Reevaluation of CSD programming As a responsible students union, we have to ensure that we are always reviewing the programming of all of our Service Centres to ensure that they are representative of the service-users and the student community at large, to whom we are accountable […]

  • Solidarity Concerning Student Representation

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    MEDIA RELEASE For immediate release Thursday, November 19th 2015 Solidarity Concerning Student Representation OTTAWA – This summer, the University of Ottawa’s Board of Governors voted to increase tuition fees for the 10th consecutive year. The Board itself is comprised of thirty voting members, of which only three seats are allocated to students. Robert Head, the […]

  • Media Release – March 31, 2015

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    OTTAWA – In anticipation of the University of Ottawa Board of Governors vote on its annual budget, representatives from the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO), the Graduate Students Association des étudiant.e.s diplômé.e.s (GSAÉD), and other interested parties will be gathering in the University Centre to raise awareness around the status quo of […]

  • Students demand real investment in post secondary at opening of Advanced Research Complex

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    OTTAWA , September 30th, 2014 – Students unveiled a banner calling for lower tuition fees this morning and demanded that the Ontario Government invest in post-secondary education during a visit from Minister Reza Moridi at the University of Ottawa to mark the official opening of the University’s new Advanced Research Complex. “Research that benefits the […]

  • Accessibility Falls Short at uOttawa

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    Accessibility Falls Short at uOttawa For immediate release Monday, September 29th, 2014 OTTAWA – The Centre for Students with Disabilities (CSD), a service of the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO), is disappointed that many students, faculty, and staff at the University of Ottawa (uOttawa) continue to face considerable barriers on campus. While […]

  • Nine Consecutive Years of Tuition Fee Hikes

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    Membership Advisory Nine Consecutive Years of Tuition Fee Hikes Students at the University of Ottawa will see their tuition fees hiked for the ninth consecutive year, effective in September. In a vote of 18-3, the uOttawa Board of Governors voted overwhelmingly in favour of increasing tuition fees by the maximum legal amount under the current […]

  • In My Skin Campaign

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    Friday, February 28th 2014, OTTAWA – This statement is to provide further explanation to the In My Skin campaign and the Ice Breaker events that were posted on Facebook yesterday.  The In My Skin campaign seeks to address the very real issues of racism on our campus which students of colour face on a daily […]