Bas de Noël

725 smiles

For the eighth consecutive year, Christmas stockings were filled by the hundreds to be given to children in the Ottawa-Gatineau region. This year, more than 725 Christmas stockings were dropped off—making this a record year, according to organizers at the University.
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Peter Jones

Using Track Two diplomacy to influence world leaders

When official talks between rival nations or groups reach a stalemate, discrete discussions between retired senior diplomats, former military chiefs and other influential people can offer new solutions. That’s why University of Ottawa Faculty of Social Sciences professor Peter Jones regularly travels the world staging such meetings between former foes, a process known as Track Two diplomacy.
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Time to hit the books uOttawa!

OH NO, my exams are crazy! That was the reaction of thousands of uOttawa students when they saw their final exam schedules. Many students may have questions about the exam period, such as “Why do I have an exam on
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