Sylvain Charbonneau, uOttawa’s VP of research, told Techopia Live the Kanata North space sprung from his own roots as an entrepreneur
Tetra Bio-Pharma’s shareholders are endorsing the local firm’s plans to accelerate its cannabidiol research efforts as excitement around the market for hemp-based products heats up.
Looking to strengthen leadership in small and medium-sized businesses in Ottawa, the Stratford Managers Leadership for Success program is equipping individuals and teams with the tools and habits…
The Bank of Canada's interest rate announcement, CP Rail results and Lululemon's analyst day are all due this week in Canadian business
- The Bronson Centre is teaming up with the owners of a Toronto concert hall in a bid to turn the non-profit Ottawa corporation’s downtown theatre…
- SPONSOREDIn an effort to lead the conversation on the evolving digital landscape, OPIN launched a new podcast, “Reshape Digital,” where Chris Liko and Stephen…
- Canopy Growth has struck a deal to buy U.S. company Acreage Holdings for US$3.4 billion, but only if cannabis becomes federally legal in the United…
Long known for its vibrant neighbourhoods, green space and Parliament Hill, Ottawa is undergoing a significant transformation in the eyes of visitors and residents alike.
ProntoForms picked up its growth pace in 2018 as the Ottawa-based mobile form developer boosted recurring revenues with the addition of new enterprise customers
ENABLE OTTAWA 2019 is a one-day forum that brings together organizations active in the development of innovative solutions to accessibility.
- One-day conference surrounding modern business women, climbing the corporate ladder, entrepreneurship and the #realtalk that comes with hustling to move the needle.
Kickstarter campaign for new indoor facility pumps fresh air into Ottawa’s skating and cycling sceneAfter seeing the formula go flat once before, Anthony Bereznai has decided to take his shot at making indoor cycling work in Ottawa
Ottawa developers espouse the responsibility – and business case – for ethical artificial intelligenceAs the capabilities of artificial intelligence grow, developers in Ottawa are increasingly concerned about a world in which AI goes unchecked
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It will likely take several months for the judges to rule on the carbon tax question
New General Counsel and Director of Practice Management sees opportunity to recruit and mentor young lawyers
Canadian business sentiment has fallen from elevated levels as companies point to uncertainty around global trade, the housing sector and the energy industry, according to a new Bank of Canada survey