As the date when cannabis becomes legal draws closer, many questions remain unanswered.
Networking over a glass of wine or chatting with colleagues over a cold beer is a common sight at after-hour business events.
A foreign buyers' tax is back on the table in Ontario, with the finance minister saying Thursday it's one possible option he's looking at to cool the housing market.
The federal government has awarded a multimillion-dollar contract to a Gatineau contractor to refit two floors of a large office complex for the Department of Employment and Social Development Cana
Inflation in the nation’s capital accelerated last month, reaching an annualized rate of 1.9 per cent, Statistics Canada reported Friday. That’s up from 1.4 per cent last month.
A Quebec First Nation has filed a lawsuit seeking aboriginal title over much of downtown Ottawa, including Parliament Hill.
The federal government’s local hiring binge continued for a second straight month, pushing the number of people working in Ottawa-Gatineau to an all-time high, Statistics Canada reported Friday.
Ontario's Liberals and Progressive Conservatives each held their own in two provincial byelections Thursday.
Four years after it opened its doors in the ByWard Market with much fanfare, the Real Sports Bar & Grill suddenly announced it was closing permanently on Wednesday.  
Employers in the National Capital Region collectively went on a hiring binge in October, adding 3,900 employees to their payrolls, Statistics Canada reported Friday.