Indigenous Constitution Workshop

Indigenous Constitution Workshop

Have you ever felt that you should know more about the history and current realities of Indigenous Peoples? Then OPIRG has the right workshop for you! Join us on Friday September 20 at 10:00, when Indigenous Elder Marcelo Saavedra-Vargas will guide us on an...
Summer refund

Summer refund

Eligible undergraduate students who wish to withdraw their support from The Ontario Public Interest Research Group-Ottawa (OPIRG) and its mandate will be able to obtain a refund for their $4.02 contribution during the period specified below. Full-time graduate...
Alternative 101 Week is coming!

Alternative 101 Week is coming!

Get ready to enjoy OPIRG’s Alternative 101 Week! We have organized a variety of free social justice themed events for you, including: Take Back the Night Mon. Sept.2, 6pm – 7pm, meet on Tabaret Hall lawn Social Justice Fair Thurs. Sept.5, noon to 4pm...
Prisoners’ Justice Day Vigil

Prisoners’ Justice Day Vigil

WHAT? Prisoners’ Justice Day / PJD 2019 Vigil on Algonquin Territory / in Ottawa (speakers to be announced) WHEN? Saturday, August 10 from 7:30pm to 9 pm WHERE? Major Hill’s Park at the Entrance of the U.S. Embassy See facebook event:...
Indigenous Constitution Workshop

Solidarity with The Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation

The Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation is seeking equal space in the 100 Wellington St. building, which was to hold three national indigenous organizations (Assembly of First Nations, the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and the Métis National Council). Given that we live and work...
Apply to be an OPIRG action group

Apply to be an OPIRG action group

OPIRG-Ottawa is now welcoming applications from campus groups seeking support for their work in support of social, economic or environmental justice.  Apply to be an OPIRG action group by completing the attached action group status application form by the June 15...