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Masters of disruption: How uOttawa’s engineering students solve tough real-world problems
For businesses that get involved, Design Day grants them direct access to students who have been trained to think outside the box.
Local bakery introduces new cookie for Biden
This local bakery knows the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach – and that’s as true for U.S. President Joe Biden as
Op-ed: A little good news, bad news on the way to getting my dreams onto the big screen
“Working as a film producer wasn’t something I intended on doing… How hard could it be?” writes producer and screenwriter Chris Bickford.
OBJ Insiders: Get a sneak peek at our fastest-growing companies for 2023
The digital edition of the Ottawa Business Journal spring issue is now available for OBJ Insiders. The newspaper will hit the streets next week.
Ottawa Tourism already seeing bump in interest from Americans in midst of Biden visit
The visit of U.S. President Joe Biden to Ottawa could bring an increase in tourists coming to Canada’s capital to explore the city for themselves.
Ottawa craft breweries brace for Canada’s biggest alcohol tax jump in 40 years
Canada’s restaurant industry is bracing for the biggest jump in the country’s alcohol excise duty in more than 40 years, spurring warnings the tax hike could force some bars and
‘Significant milestone’: FDA approves Genomadix’s rapid genetic-testing device for sale in U.S.
The company’s flagship product, dubbed the Genomadix Cube, is a coffee cup-sized lab-in-a-box that is engineered to extract, amplify and identify genetic material in about an hour.
St. Lawrence Seaway shippers eye EV materials, but grain and ore remain the staples
Shippers who ply the St. Lawrence Seaway view critical minerals for electric vehicle batteries as key to their future — but it could be a while before the floodgates open
Five tips to protect your business when using e-signatures
Are electronic signatures a fantastic and efficient tool for running your business? Of course! But like most digital tools, there is some risk involved.
‘It’s like living in a friggin’ museum’: Ottawa must be a ‘people first city,’ one thought leader argues
In light of current remote work trends, particularly among knowledge workers, the city needs to create a downtown that serves as the heart of human experience, says Andrew Penny.