Gilles Levasseur, commented on the Comeau case, which will be heard at the Supreme Court, dealing with interprovincial trade in alcohol.
Michael Mulvey shares his thoughts on the opening of a new Farm Boy grocery store at the Rideau Centre in a few months.
Professor Tyler Chamberlin analyses the consequences society’s increasing reliance on electronic transactions.
Shantanu Dutta and a group of academics found a strong market correlation between Chinese stocks’ price movement and private meeting dates between investors and corporate executives.
Gilles LeVasseur analyzes the phenomenon of young high-performing employees who suffer from burn-out or distress at work.
In an op-ed on LiisBeth, Professor Barbara Orser calls on the federal government to bolster Canadian feminist policy.
Gilles LeVasseur, François Charbonneau (Faculty of Social Sciences) and Benoît Pelletier (Faculty of Law) discuss the effects of the Canadian constitutional crisis and the distinct society in Quebec on Francophones outside Quebec.
Gilles LeVasseur, explained that in 1867 the role of governments was often very small, and was limited to road construction and administration.
Canada's top writers and sommeliers gathered in our nation's capital for two tastings with Chateau Ste. Michelle Head Winemaker and Bob Berteau. Among the guests was Craig Kuziemsky MBA Professor and Wine Writer.
Gilles LeVasseur says that the equality of linguistic duality and official language communities now requires that we be able to sing the national anthem consecutively in their entirety in French and English.
This article is part of a series on the Executive MBA annual class trip to the Silicon Valley.
According to Tyler Chamberlin, Apple’s new update, which will have an optional feature to withhold notifications while users are driving, could use Bluetooth and GPS satellite to pinpoint the user's location.
A new project involving Ivy Lynn Bourgeault and Barbara Orser, received a $400,000 grant from Status of Women Canada to “help advance gender equality in health care, health sciences and indigenous health in Canada.”
According to Gilles LeVasseur, the City of Windsor Association's bill of $14,000 following an access to information request is too high and disincentive for citizens.
New research out of the University of Ottawa's Telfer School of Management shows only a meagre fraction of small- and and medium-size companies in Canada are doing business with the federal government.
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Gilles LeVasseur, Telfer School of Management, analyses the debate over making Ottawa officially bilingual.
This article features Guy Laflamme, a University of Ottawa alumnus.
Gilles LeVasseur says that it is the fiduciary duty of a company that boards a minor to make sure they chaperone the child.
Umar Ruhi will be holding a live Webinar on June 1st at 12:00.
Gilles LeVasseur explains that Labour Code rules around unions are clear.