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All email correspondence from the University of Ottawa is sent to students via their official university e-mail (@uOttawa.ca). It is the student's responsibility to check his/her university email account on a regular basis.
It is highly recommended that all professors use their official university e-mail account (@uOttawa.ca) when communicating with their students and mention this practice in their course syllabus.