Lunch & Learn with Chantal St-Onge: 10,000 km on her bike
Now retired, alumna Chantal St-Onge (certificate in business administration ’06) was involved in many different areas over her 37 years at uOttawa, including the Healthy and Active Campus group. She jokes that the name of the University is tattooed on her heart. So, her former colleagues and her friends won’t be surprised to see her and hear her laugh once again on campus, where she’s auditing history courses and has just started learning martial arts at Sports Services.
Chantal is a long-time biking enthusiast, and she’ll be discussing this March 15 as part of A Health and Active Campus’s Lunch & Learn series. She would like to share her joy in discovery, being in shape, travel and, especially, cycling, which you can do at any age. Chantal has set herself the ambitious goal of biking 10,000 kilometres this summer to raise funds for a non-profit organization, the CALACS, a French-language sexual assault centre affiliated with the University since 2015, and whose representatives will be present.
The Human Rights Office will also be available to answer questions related to sexual violence prevention at the University of Ottawa and to provide support if needed.
You can hear her bilingual talk in person in Fauteux Hall, room 202, or online! There will be a bilingual Q&A. An event not to miss!
Date: March 15 at noon
A zoom link will be sent by e-mail the day before the event.