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Carleton post-docs mull strike vote as negotiations for first contract drag on

Nearly three years after they formed a union, post-doctoral researchers at Carleton University — colloquially known as post-docs — are still trying to negotiate their first contract. 365 more words

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Outdoor Advertising

Should we remove all forms of outdoor adverts? Short answer, no.

As the times are changing, people are finding new ways to block out ads in all forms. 214 more words


Week of November 16, 2015

#FuckOttawa with the week ahead. Don’t forget, you can get at Jay or Faysal on Twitter to tell us how good looking we are, or how shitty a job we’re doing. 502 more words


Letter: Public should not bear brunt of taxi dispute

Re: Airport taxi drivers end their traffic-snarling protest at Bronson and Sunnyside, Nov. 13.

I was one of the hundreds of people at Carleton University who tried to leave the campus Thursday after 4:30 p.m. 360 more words


Heppner busier off the stage than he used to be on the stage

Opera is struggling in North America. Nowhere more so than in Ottawa, where Opera Lyra just disbanded because of financial problems.

What to do about it? 849 more words

Local Arts

Private developers redefine student living

Student living doesn’t get much ritzier than at 1Eleven.

The lobby offers a café and restaurant lounge with brick walls, artsy decor and colourful furniture. There’s a generously equipped gym, a quiet study room surrounded by hand-painted wall art and kitchens with multiple ovens, sinks and dining tables. 910 more words


CUSA to hold referendum by the end of November

Originally published at charlatan.ca

Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) announced at their Nov. 11 council meeting they are intending to hold a referendum by the end of the month to increase funding for clubs and societies. 514 more words

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