Media advisory - Rally to stop the library cuts at the University of Ottawa

OTTAWA, Nov. 23, 2016 /CNW/ - The University of Ottawa is planning to cut almost $2 million from the library budget. This is a serious concern for students, faculty and the University of Ottawa community.

Members from seven campus based unions representing students, faculty and staff will be protesting the cuts and calling on the administration to reverse this decision.

What: Rally to stop the library cuts!

When: Wednesday, November 30, noon

Where: Student square, in front of the Morisset Library – followed by a march to Tabaret Hall, University of Ottawa.

A press point will be held at 11:30am for media interviews.

Supported by APUO, GSAÉD, CUPE 2626, APTPUO, SFUO, SSUO, SEIU local 2.

 

SOURCE Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa

For further information: Maria-Hélèna Pacelli, Communications Officer, apuoco@uottawa.ca or (613) 230-3659


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