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With about a month left until Ontario's universities start their fall semesters this year, more and more post-secondary schools have announced some sort of COVID-19 vaccine requirement or policy for those planning to visit campus.

The University of Toronto and Western University are the latest post-secondary schools to have updated their vaccine policies, and both made announcements regarding their changes on Wednesday, August 11.

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The University of Ottawa has just announced they will be requiring almost everyone coming to campus to have their vaccinations for the upcoming school year.

On August 10, uOttawa announced COVID-19 vaccines will be mandatory for students, staff, faculty, and even visitors coming on to campus when the fall semester starts up this year on September 7. The only exceptions will be given to those who can't be vaccinated on medical grounds or any other grounds recognized by the province's human rights code.

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September is my favourite time of the year. The weather starts getting a little bit cooler, the leaves start to fall, Pumpkin Spiced Latte's officially make their debut and I mean, who could forget the best day of the year just so happens to fall on September. So what exactly am I talking about? Panda Game of course.

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The University of Ottawa is an interesting place to go to school. From its quirky bilingual charm to its diverse student body, there's always something new happening on campus.

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Going to uOttawa really can be all fun and games - aside from the homework part, basically. We have an urban campus, an overflowing spotted page (that obviously does better than Carleton's), and 24/7 downtown access. Why wouldn't anyone go here?

But even though we can get pretty close, we're not perfect. Here are 11 mistakes all uOttawa students have made. Yes, including you.

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