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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.
Telesat’s efforts to finalize funding for US$5B Lightspeed project ‘not there yet,’ CEO says
Dan Goldberg tried to calm analysts’ concerns about the company’s financial future Wednesday, assuring them he remains “confident” the Ottawa firm will raise enough capital
Queensway Carleton Hospital honours the late Hank Mews at Visionaries Breakfast
The makers, the doers, the dreamers and the builders of our community, raised more than $323,000 for the Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation at its Visionaries
InterRent REIT acquires stake in two-building GTA apartment complex
Ottawa firm purchased share of Brampton development in a joint venture with Toronto’s Crestpoint Real Estate Investments and New Brunswick-based Vestcor.
Renfrew potter takes her turn at the wheel with some unexpected results
It might seem unusual for an artisan, but Renfrew potter Marie Josée Lévesque believes the future of her business involves more automation.
Employers at Cornwall job fair look to fill about 800 positions
The number of exhibitors at the Cornwall and Area Job Fair has increased by more than 50 per cent over previous years, with a total of 65 employers attending.
Feds outline $83B in clean economy tax credits in bid to compete with U.S. incentive
Serious money is heading for Canadian industries looking to reduce emissions after the federal government unveiled its answer to the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act.
$491B federal budget invests heavily in green economic transformation
The 2023 federal budget promises “transformative investments” in Canada’s green economy as the country tries to maintain its place in the global clean tech revolution and realign its supply chains
Get ready for some world-class curling, right here in Ottawa
How local businesses can take advantage of this international sporting event coming to Ottawa.
LeBreton Flats remains ‘destined choice’ for new Sens arena, biz leaders say
Speculation about alternate locations heated up last week when Mayor Mark Sutcliffe suggested the prime parcel of development land just west of downtown “is not the only option” for a