23 au 25 janvier 2018
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Google Arts & Culture : faut-il s'inquiéter de cette application (linformatique.org)
Florian Martin-Bariteau, Faculty of Law, explique que la reconnaissance faciale est en pleine expansion et sera certainement au coeur du futur de l'intelligence artificielle...

uOttawa

After 10 years, Hassan Diab is finally free (Rabble)
This article pertains to Hassan Diab, former University of Ottawa professor, for being freed after six years of house arrest and three years in a French prison.

uOttawa health clinic doctor, charged with sexual assault, now under house arrest (Ottawa Citizen)
Vincent Nadon, family doctor at the University of Ottawa Health Services Clinic, is now under house arrest until Ottawa police complete its investigation.

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Le Dr Vincent Nadon libéré sous condition (Le Droit)

La rue Françoys-Bernier changera de nom (Charlesbourg Express)
L’article explique qu’à la suite des allégations d’inconduite sexuelle visant Françoys Bernier, la Ville de Québec entend modifier l’appellation de la rue Françoys-Bernier et mentionne que l’Université d’Ottawa s’est déjà dissociés du musicien.

A 'nasty shock' as patient learned of charges against doctor from news (Ottawa Citizen)
Patients express frustration with the little information they are receiving from the University of Ottawa Health Services (UOHS) after Dr. Vincent Nadon, a family doctor at the UOHS, was accused of sexual assault and voyeurism.

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Médecin soupçonné de voyeurisme: de nouvelles présumées victimes (Le Droit)
Plainte pour agres­sion sexuelle (La Rotonde)

La commu­nauté univer­si­taire endeuillée (La Rotonde)
L’article porte sur le décès d’un étudiant qui est survenu la semaine passée.

Experts

Carbon taxes might not change consumer behaviour, but they sure will feed government coffers: Neil Macdonald (CBC News)
Kevin Page, Faculty of Social Sciences, comments on carbon tax and explains that it must come with oversight and serious research to determine whether it is working.

ALENA : Quel rôle pour les maires? (Radio-Canada)
Gilles LeVasseur, École de gestion Telfer, évoque que les maires d'Edmonton, de Saskatoon, de Windsor, de London, de Gatineau et de Québec ont un rôle clé à jouer concernant les négociations entourant l'Accord de libre-échange nord-américain.

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Le libre-échange a longtemps divisé la classe politique au Canada (Radio-Canada)
Damien-Claude Bélanger, Faculté des arts, fait le point sur le débat concernant l'avenir de l'Accord de libre-échange nord-américain.

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La Sûreté du Québec soutient la police de Gatineau pour lutter contre la criminalité (Radio-Canada)
Irvin Waller, Faculté des sciences sociales, analyse pourquoi l'augmentation de la répression policière ne réglera pas le problème de criminalité à Ottawa et à Gatineau.

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Les Algonquins de l'Ontario s'opposent au projet nucléaire de Chalk River (Radio-Canada)
Mamadou Fall, Faculté de génie, croit que la construction du projet de dépotoir de déchets nucléaires à Chalk River pourrait en effet présenter des risques pour l'environnement.

Why the Gerald Stanley trial matters (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
Brenda MacDougall, Faculty of Arts, comments on the Gerald Stanley trial and how it speaks to a broader issue about the value that we place on the life of Indigenous people.

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Oft-critiqued Liberal mandate tracker to become 'more useful,' says government 'deliverology' chief (Hill Times)
Sahir Khan, executive vice-president at the University of Ottawa's Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy, comments on "deliverology", the art and science of delivering results allowing users to track the government's progress in more detail, more frequently.

Google Arts & Culture : faut-il s'inquiéter de cette application (linformatique.org)
Florian Martin-Bariteau, Faculty of Law, explique que la reconnaissance faciale est en pleine expansion et sera certainement au coeur du futur de l'intelligence artificielle...

Liberal government grant for pot research should've come earlier, researchers say (Toronto Star)
Cory Harris, Faculty of Science, discusses the tremendous knowledge gaps concerning cannabis when comparing the social side to the biochemistry and pharmacology side.

Forced labour, trafficking persist in Thai fishing fleets: report (RCI)
Melissa Marschke, Faculty of Social Sciences, talks about the range of working conditions Thai fisherman face when at sea.

Caroline Mulroney parmi les candidats pressentis comme chef conservateur en Ontario (Radio-Canada)
Geneviève Tellier, Faculté des sciences sociales, souligne qu'à moins de cinq mois des élections provinciales, le Parti progressiste-conservateur fait face à « l'énorme défi » d'organiser une course à la chefferie.

18 h 07 | Les répercussions du PTP pour le Canada : Les détails avec P-A Saulnier (Radio-Canada)
Patrick Leblond, Faculté des sciences sociales, discute de la conclusion du partenariat transpacifique.

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DANS LE BUNKER MONTRÉALAIS DE L'ALENA (La Presse Plus)
Breakthrough on trans-pacific trade deal (CBC News)
Has there been any progress in the NAFTA negotiations? (Omny Discovery Feed)

Smoking Just One Cigarette A Day Can Seriously Damage Your Health (HuffPost UK)
Kenneth Johnson, Faculty of Medicine, outlines the major public health implications regarding cigarette smoking.

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Health harms from one cigarette a day (Boots WebMD)

Top 10 nutrition facts everyone should know (Business Mirror)
This article mentions a study conducted by the Behavioral and Metabolic Research Unit at the University of Ottawa about the correlation between frequent small meals and body weight, and the way the body burns fat. It found that eating every two to three hours has no effect on those factors.

U of O professor emeritus unpacks North Korean nuclear threat (The Manitoban Online)
Michel Chossudovsky, Faculty of Social Sciences spoke to students in a lecture on the dangers of nuclear war in light of heated exchanges between North Korea and the Trump administration over the past year.

20 Things Your Skin Says About Your Health (Best Health)
Jillian Macdonald, Faculty of Medicine, explains that while problematic skin could simply mean that you need to alter your beauty routine, your skin’s condition could also be the tell-tale sign of an underlying medical condition.

As the Lac-Mégantic criminal trial ends, government action must begin (Rabble)
Bruce Campbell, Faculty of Law, shares his thoughts on government action beginning as the Lac-Mégantic criminal trial ends.

Adult smoking rate rises slightly in 2016 to 15.5 percent (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, talks about the increasing popularity of e-cigs, vaporizers and hookahs.


 

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