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Ottawa Valley business owners navigate evacuation orders, thick smoke at outset of tourist season
Businesses in the Ottawa Valley are doing what they can as a wildfire continues to burn about 150 km west of Ottawa at Centennial Lake,
Working Title Kitchen + Café hosts new women’s networking event Boost
A new business networking event organized for women lived up to its name by giving this morning’s attendees just the lift they needed to get
The Mission’s growing health clinic ramps up amidst city’s homelessness crisis
Building on a years-long relationship with The Ottawa Mission, Dymon gifted the clinic $300,000 back in 2018 to help fund a much needed expansion.
Ottawa home sales rise in May as realtors say bidding wars are back
Home sales in the capital rose six per cent last month from May 2022, the Ottawa Real Estate Board reported this week – and realtors
After many delays, construction kicks off at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Almost six years after plans were unveiled, construction has started on the future Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in south Ottawa.
Avivagen says ‘numerous’ parties interested in M&A talks with struggling firm
Troubled Ottawa-based life sciences firm Avivagen says it has received “numerous responses” from companies that are interested in potentially acquiring all or part of its
Fire & Flower files for court protection from creditors under CCAA
Cannabis retailer Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. says it has received a court order for creditor protection under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act.
Construction companies say digital technology key to addressing labour shortages
Nine in 10 Canadian construction companies say they are dealing with a shortage of skilled labour or trades and may need to consider alternatives, such as prefabrication and modularization or
Intouch Insight set to acquire customer experience measurement firm for US$3.6M
Ottawa software firm Intouch Insight has signed a letter of intent to acquire a North America-based customer experience measurement company in a deal that could be worth up to US$3.6
6 ways companies can generate more revenue – with less investment
As a founder, maximizing capital efficiency and strong revenue is crucial for the success of your business.
Fullscript, Rewind land on CIBC’s ‘narwhal’ list of high-potential Canadian tech firms
A pair of high-profile Ottawa companies have been named to CIBC’s ‘narwhal’ list of Canadian tech enterprises with the strongest potential for long-term growth.
Gatineau-based Katasa seeks to build nine-storey mixed-use complex in Centretown
The Gatineau-based developer behind a new apartment complex in Chinatown wants to build a nine-storey mixed-use building on a Centretown property that’s now occupied by a medical office.
A piece of the puzzle: Local artist’s work featured by global puzzlemaker Ravensburger
Ottawa-based artist Katerina Mertikas has had her paintings displayed across the country, but soon one of her works will be not just beautiful to look at, but also fun to
BoC may have to raise interest rates again this summer given recent momentum, economists say
Momentum in the Canadian economy is spurring speculation that an interest rate hike is on the way, but economists don’t expect the Bank of Canada to pull the trigger this