I sincerely agree with you. English is my third language but I have done an English BA with 4.0 GPA at UBC and taught effective speaking (in English to people) and went through speaking competitions. At uni, I never received below an A for any research paper but I still doubt if my English is nearly good enough for going through law school or being a good lawyer. Oral and written communication (grammar, syntax, choice of words, etc.) are the cornerstones of any law practitioner.
I also hope that Zoye proves us wrong and gets in but I would lose all confidence in uOttawa law based on the criteria they use for admitting folks. I can understand a spectacular candidate with a low 150 LSAT, but not a 130.
The LSAT is a test of tenacity. Everyone who has taken the test knows that very well. If you are applying with a 130 I doubt you have tried as hard as you could have to earn a good score. People spend years trying to make a competitive application for law; I hope you would understand why some people are dazzled here that you even decided to apply with a 130 LSAT. Anyway, good luck!