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University of Ottawa

451 Smyth Rd. Room 2033

Ottawa, Ontario,K1H 8M5

Canada

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Although the University of Ottawa celebrated its 150th anniversary in 1998, the Faculty of Pure and Applied Science was only established in 1953. In subsequent years, the name was changed from Faculty of Science and Engineering to the Faculty of Science in 198... more.

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Board of Directors of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC)

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DR. GILLES LEVASSEUR, Professor, University of Ottawa
As a lawyer and university professor of law in management and economics, Gilles LeVasseur is active in constitutional language rights in Canada. He is a member of both the Ontario and Quebec Bar Associations, a member of business and health professional corporations, and has numerous undergraduate and graduate degrees. Mr. LeVasseur has been president of several associations and professional corporations including the Conseil de la Coopération de l'Ontario, the Regroupement des organismes du patrimoine franco-ontarien. He has published eight books, of which three directly address the situation of francophones in Ontario and Canada. For over 25 years, Mr. LeVasseur has been an active member of key organizations working to promote the French language in Ontario and Canada. He is a committee member and leader on numerous community organizations supporting socio-culture, arts, health, heritage and French Ontario committees, including the Association des auteurs et auteurs de l'Ontario français, the constitutional expert on Language Rights Program and Opera Lyra of Ottawa.


news.nationalpost.com

Gilles LeVasseur, a business and law professor at the University of Ottawa, agrees a second acquittal throws open the door of rehabilitation.
If Ghomeshi is found not guilty a second time, CBC would be the bigger loser in its battle with its former star host, said LeVasseur. LeVasseur said. CBC will be motivated to not hash this out in public as well, LeVasseur said. It could be argued complainants breached an order of the court not to discuss testimony it would be unlikely the Crown would pursue charges, said LeVasseur. LeVasseur said an important lesson is timely reporting of a perceived criminal act.


Inside Story

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Elizabeth Dowdeswell were former Ontario chief justice Warren Winkler and Sidney Linden, who served as chief justice of the Ontario Court of Justice, as well as lawyers Gilles LeVasseur and Eva Marszewski.
LeVasseur is a lawyer and a professor at the University of Ottawa's business department. According to the government of Ontario, he has spent "more than 25 years working to protect, promote, and enhance the constitutional and language rights of Ontario's francophone community."


www.winnipegsun.com

Gilles LeVasseur, a professor of law at the University of Ottawa, said that a judge has discretion over attire, but only if it affects security or protocol, neither of which were the case for El-Alloul.


www.cpac.ca

Gilles LeVasseur, a professor at the University of Ottawa's Telfer School of Management, shares his views on this issue.


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