At a time of renewal for the National Capital Commission, board member Bob Plamondon will succeed Russell Mills as interim chair, ending the 10-year tenure of the prominent Ottawa leader…
Ross Video nabbed TV Technology’s Best of Show award for its new production solution, Graphite, at the 2017 National Association of Broadcasters convention. Graphite, which was unveiled at NAB, is an…
Elgin Street could see a reduction of on-street parking and a speed limit as low as 30 km/h as part of a multi-year, multimillion-dollar renewal plan.
Bombardier is rejecting Boeing's claim in a complaint filed with the U.S. government that it has dumped its new CSeries commercial jet into the United States at below cost.
- Local brewers see an LCBO strike as either a major boon to their business or a major bust.
They may not be spotlight seekers, but local business leader and philanthropist John Ruddy and his wife, Jennifer, are sharing top…
A group of serial entrepreneurs with a shared love of pets have come together to form a technology company that helps people’s lost furry friends get safely back to their homes.
Despite relatively flat revenues, Ottawa’s Thermal Energy International Inc.
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- Intellectual property firm changing name to Quarterhill
- Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Three Ottawa CEOs walk onto Parliament Hill…
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Ontario's Liberal government is promising to inject billions of new dollars into health care in its first balanced budget in a decade, a fiscal plan designed to appeal to nearly everyone in the…
A boom in craft distilling in the United States and increasing demand from curious millennials acquiring a palate for well-made spirits have inspired a burgeoning microdistillery scene in Canada,…
Bell Canada says it's on the cusp of launching a new streaming product to attract customers who prefer to watch video such as Netflix through the Internet instead of traditional TV services.