Waterbridge Creative Media is heading west with the opening of a new office in Vancouver. The Ottawa-based digital media agency is dubbing its new production office “Waterbridge West.”
On February 1, 1997, the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Authority (OMCIAA) was officially born.
If you think you spend a disproportionate amount of time fuming about bumper-to-bumper traffic in Ottawa, it’s not just your imagination. By Adam Kveton
Ottawa’s population has increased faster than Canada as a whole over the last five years, but rapid growth in Alberta unseated the capital as the country’s fourth-largest metropolitan area, census
Regardless of what happened on the field Sunday night, the Grey Cup was destined for Ottawa in 2017.
Despite our conservative reputation, a survey released this week suggests that there’s a high number of people in the city with an empty savings account – twice the national average.
A year after Edelman set up shop in the city, the public and government relations firm says it has big plans for expansion in the nation’s capital.
It’s the biggest buzzword in Canadian business today, and seemingly no entrepreneur – or politician, for that matter – can get through a conversation without uttering it at least once.
A major player in the Ottawa management consulting scene has announced it is merging with one of the country’s largest accounting firms in an effort to expand its national presence.
The health and education sector overtook public administration to become Ottawa’s largest employment sector in 2015, according to an economic update prepared for city council’s finance and