Amazon expected to hire 600 employees, while construction is predicted to involve some 2,000 workers.
Proposed one-million-square-foot facility at Boundary Road and Highway 417 would be the largest warehouse in the National Capital Region
Justin Trudeau made his prime ministerial pitch to Silicon Valley on Thursday, and had a chance to push Toronto specifically as a place for Amazon's second headquarters during a private meeting with…
Ottawa's Jason Flick said Amazon picking Ottawa for its HQ2 would have been "a double-edged sword" for the region.
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and his bid partner Gatineau Mayor Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin congratulated Toronto in a statement Thursday, adding that if the GTA were successful in courting Amazon, “there would…
The benefit of pulling together a region-wide bid outweighs the disappointment, say those who sought to woo the Seattle-based tech giant.
Competition to host “HQ2” left Ottawa’s tech sector to speculate about if the city would have a shot – and whether winning would even be a good thing.
Legal experts from Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP share their forecasts on what LRT, legal marijuana and the city’s thriving startup scene mean for businesses.
Pitch imagines Amazon's second headquarters as steps away from an NHL arena and a new public library, two major concurrent developments in Ottawa’s downtown that have yet to begin.
Amazon's deep pockets could make it harder for local startups to compete for talented employees at a time when Canada is already facing a shortage of skilled tech workers.