A Desjardins report suggests short-term rentals likely contributed to the housing affordability crisis in Canada and around the world.
The proposal filed by Joey Theberge, owner of Theberge Homes, involves plans for two 24-storey highrises and a 32-storey tower at 780 Baseline Rd.
You would be hard-pressed to find someone living in Ottawa who hasn’t had a slice of Gabriel Pizza. Served up in 42 restaurants in Ontario
New Ontario real estate laws are meant to provide more clarity and choice for buyers and sellers, though they don’t go as far as some
Canopy Growth Corp. says the aggregate gross proceeds from selling off its sports drink business total $30.4 million.
As founder and former chief executive of Canopy Growth Corp., Bruce Linton is one of the region’s best-known entrepreneurs. But as much as his connection
To join in on the fun, Techopia Live host Riaz Sidi took viewers to SaaS North with him, getting reaction and highlights from heavy-hitting Ottawa leaders.
Canada’s unemployment rate ticked up to 5.8 per cent last month, as high interest rates weigh on job creation at a time when the country’s population is growing rapidly.
Thursday was a great day for Ottawa’s mental health as the Queensway Carleton Hospital celebrated a decade-long dream come true with the official opening of its fully renovated and expanded
At a time when workplace culture is becoming more vital than ever, one industry veteran says leaders need to focus on “transformative change” — and engagement tools and fun perks
If there’s one thing architect Andrew Reeves learned on a recent trip to Europe, it’s that the best cities are built with intention.
Canadian companies have been keen not to ignore AI’s capabilities as a technology that could disrupt their business or deliver efficiency and cost savings.
The Canadian economy shrank in the third quarter amid weak business and consumer spending as well as lower exports.