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President Jacques Fremont signs Scarborough charter at desk in office
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uOttawa signs the Scarborough Charter

uOttawa joined 40 Canadian institutions in signing the Scarborough Charter on Anti-Black Racism and Black Inclusion in Canadian Higher Education.
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Education workers experiencing disturbing normalization of workplace violence

Newly released research reveals the alarming extent to which violence in the workplace is a disturbing reality for education workers in Ontario.
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uOttawa, Ingenium team up to foster science and technology innovation

Innovating beyond the walls of its museums, Ingenium has created iOS and Nintendo Switch games to make learning fun.
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Politics
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Politics
Jan 26

Russia vs Ukraine and NATO: Assessing the Ukraine Crisis

'There is a real risk for new armed conflict in Europe’: The expert panel will examine the background to the current crisis in Ukraine.
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Law and Technology
Feb 1

I’m Not Responsible, I’m Just An Algorithm Locating Tort Liability for Algorith…

Join us for a conversation on how Canadian and U.S. tort doctrine can – or cannot – provide mechanisms for justice and compensation when people ar…
Environmental Human Rights
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Environmental Human Rights
Feb 7

Climate Change and Environmental Human Rights on the Tibetan Plateau

Three experts on the subject will discuss climate change and environmental human rights on the Tibetan Plateau in a discussion moderated by Alex Neve.

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CBC News

Tracking omicron: Canadian scientists race to understand new variant

Canadian scientists are racing to understand more about the threat of the omicron variant — how fast it spreads, whether it causes more or less severe illness, and if it can escape previous immunity to COVID-19...
Policy Options
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Policy Options

Canada’s COP commitments requires changing how energy decisions are made

New research finds that regulatory effectiveness relies on functionality, adaptability and legitimacy. In the future, durability will also matter.
Ottawa Citizen
Ontario is expanding booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to everyone over 50, beginning Dec. 13.
Ottawa Citizen

Ontario expands booster shots to those over 50 in wake of Omicron cases

With hundreds of potential cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant now under investigation across the province, Ontario is expanding booster doses of the vaccine to everyone over 50, beginning Dec. 13.

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