Category Archives: University of Ottawa

Court Ruling over University of Ottawa Professor’s Expense Reports

F.Y.I. “Ontario’s information and privacy commissioner has ruled that the expense reports of a University of Ottawa law professor are protected by the critically important concept of academic freedom. In a ruling made public Friday, Commissioner Ann Cavoukian upheld the … Continue reading

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Provincial news and updates – settlements, students occupy President’s office, McMaster

MacMaster University’s standards on accountability and openness are discussed in this article:–opinion-mac-should-set-standard-on-openness Students occupy University of Ottawa’s President’s office over tuition hikes: Faculty and TAs reach a deal at York University: Ottawa University ready for legal fight … Continue reading

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