Syrian children joining classrooms across the country are the latest new arrivals being helped by caring teachers to integrate into Canadian society.
The distinguished alumnus has given $5 million to uOttawa to create the Forum for Dialogue. His latest donation means we’ll hear from more powerful voices like Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Leymah Gbowee.
As innovators shake up the established financial services ecosystem, two alumni have carved out a niche in this rapidly evolving sector.
Veteran Globe and Mail health columnist André Picard argues that knowing something about the history of health care in Canada is crucial to understanding its current struggles.
As her hit show Roller Derby Saved My Soul continues to charm audiences, alumna Nancy Kenny is pouring her passion for fringe theatre into the first documentary about the fringe festival circuit.
The skills Elias León developed in the uOttawa international studies program are serving him well in his current job. He’s not the only one benefitting from the program.
A special tribute at the Come Together uOttawa! gala looked back at his eight impressive years as president, plus the incredible tale of driving a Beatle in his Beetle.
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