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- Ottawa's newest interior design software company is ready to take the city by storm.
- Ontario is following British Columbia's lead, promising to introduce a tax on foreign homebuyers that the province hopes will help cool the frantic housing market, easing concerns about a
- WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA) will launch a new discount carrier later this year in a bid to offer travellers a no-frills, low-cost option, the company said on Thursday.
- Union says the new laws are unfair and that the city acted in bad faith
- Fresh of a countrywide “Innovation Nation” tour, Microsoft Canada’s John Weigelt was feeling nostalgic for the early days of confederation.
- Kelly Santini LLP partner nominated in professional category
- On May 17th, Ottawa’s business and technology leaders will have an opportunity to meet some of Canada’s brightest young minds at the presentation of the first ever STEAM Horizon Awards at the Natio
- In just its second year, a new degree offered through Carleton University’s Technology Innovation Management program is attracting significant interest, though its explosive growth may lead to tough…
- Statistics Canada says wholesale sales fell 0.2 per cent to $58.9 billion in February, led by lower sales in the personal and household goods and the food, beverage and tobacco subsectors.
- Softwood lumber duties, provinces submitting their annual budgets, and talks about a trade deal with China are all on the docket for this week.