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Rising Star: Montana Champagne

You may have heard the name Montana Champagne recently if you follow local news.  This winter semester, he won his first national title in the 400 IM in the winter semester of 2017 and the 5th fastest time in Canadian history. He was named Gee-Gees Athlete of the Year and First Team All Canadian. He was also given the Directors’ award and was name MVP of the swim team. As you can see, Telfer’s very own varsity swimmer has a lot to brag about.  Read more ›

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The MHA 2017-2018 cohort

Three MHA residents recognized during Field Project Presentation day

We are pleased to inform you of the recipients of the MHA Alumni Association (MHAAA) Health Leadership Award, the Michel Lalonde Award, and the Michael Garron Award. Read more ›

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Photo of the MBA Games delegation

A resounding success for the 2018 MBA Games; Telfer wins the Academic Cup

The 2018 MBA Games have officially come to a close but the legacy of this 3-day event will live on with the 600 MBA candidates who travelled to Ottawa from coast-to-coast to participate from January 5th to 7th. Read more ›

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Telfer shines at JDC 2018!

From January 5th to 7th, 2018, nearly 130 students represented the Telfer School of Management at two of Canada's largest inter-university competitions. The teams participated in academic, sporting and social events. Read more ›

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Money, suspicion, and fraud: When client-bank relationship becomes a complicated affair

Financial scandals involving business moguls, well-known political figures, and even famous artists made the headlines in 2017. What is so alarming about the recent scandals, made public through the leaked Panama and Paradise Papers, is that they implicate several financial institutions, including a Canadian bank. Reportedly accepting their wealthy clients’ attempts to evade taxes and, in some cases, even encouraging them to set up offshore companies, some of the implicated banks later on simply claimed that they were not aware of their clients’ wrongdoings. Read more ›

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Rising Star - Spencer Lee

“Coming to the Telfer School of Management gave me the opportunity to have a fresh start; I knew very few people, and really wanted to maximize my university experience. Becoming involved in the school community through a number of clubs and associations proved to be the perfect way to achieve this,” said Spencer Lee, a fourth year student pursuing his BCom with option in Finance. Spencer explains, “The Telfer School of Management has been incredibly instrumental in connecting me with unique learning experiences, professional contacts and lifelong friends. Through my coursework, club participation, and extracurricular activities, I have truly been connected to what matters to me time and time again, as I develop and grow as a student and a person.” Read more ›

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Polycycle receives the Community Legacy Award worth $150,000

Polycycle, an initiative by the Telfer student club Enactus uOttawa, has been named the recipient of the $150,000 Community Legacy award through Aviva Canada’s Community Fund Program. The Community Legacy Award targets young social entrepreneurs who have ideas focused on the theme of creating a community legacy. Read more ›

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More than $63,000 raised for CHEO at the 18th annual CASCO Gala

For the 18th edition, the annual CASCO Gala brought together wonderful musical, fashion and dance performances, raising an impressive $63,506.67 for The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO). “The success of the event comes from great collaboration, and we would like to particularly thank our title sponsor Fahel & CO, the Infinity Convention Centre for hosting our gala for the first time, Co-Founder Tuan Nguyen, and Amanda Richardson, our Faculty advisor at the Telfer School of Management” said Conor O’Doherty, President of CASCO, the Telfer School’s Student Charity Organisation. Read more ›

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National Bank Elevator Pitch Competition

It was another great success for our Entrepreneurship Bridges Lecture Series, which brought together the co-founders and co-CEOs of Surmesur, François and Vincent Thériault, and the Elevator Pitch Competition presented by the National Bank.  Read more ›

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MBA Games 2018

In less than two months, close to 600 MBA students from over 20 schools across the country will descend on the Telfer School of Management to compete for the glory of the MBA Games 2018 Queens Cup. Read more ›

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