The federal election has some talking about engaging youth in politics. A uOttawa research chair has taken on the challenge.
Photographer Jean-Marc Carisse (BA ʼ74) describes a lifetime in the shadows capturing candid moments of the biggest personalities in politics and pop. His first job on Parliament Hill sent him straight to then-prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s office.
Alumnus Bob Carver (BPhysEd ʼ84) has used martial arts and music to raise funds to build homes for more than 660 people in Cambodia. Over the past 10 years, many uOttawa alumni have wielded hammers to help.
Treating stroke is a race against time. iRecover’s unified approach gives stroke survivors a head start on self-guided speech therapy.
Young alumni André Bellerive (BASc ʼ14) and Marc Bjerring (BASc ʼ14) hope their swivelling selfie stick will capture the world’s “Whoa, dude!” action sports moments.
Alumni and student athletes had their fair share of gold, glory, blood, sweat and tears at the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games in Toronto this summer.
Plenty of ambition and a shot of courage got Benoit Landry (BA ’03) a dream job with NBCUniversal in Los Angeles.
Tina Charlebois (BEd ʼ06) is a celebrated writer in the Franco-Ontarian literary world. She will take part in the upcoming tribute to Franco-Ontarian writing at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre this month.
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