Companies continue to struggle finding class-A space in the capital as availability rates fell in Ottawa’s largest office markets in the final quarter of 2018, according to real estate services firm…
Money and titles are often the scales by which society measures if someone has made it, but the best employers know it's the intangibles that really make employees feel valued, Mischa Kaplan writes
The Ottawa-based e-commerce company says the venture will be called Shopify Studios and will involve developing, producing and financing projects for both streaming platforms and traditional networks
Many of the region’s business and community leaders – as well as Ottawa’s top professional athletes – are dusting off their jumpsuits, flared pants and platform shoes in preparation for one of the…
- In preparation for its listing this week on an American stock exchange, Hexo announced Tuesday it intends to raise $50 million to fund its expansion…
- A round-up of local firms winning federal contracts from Dec. 17-21.
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Ross Video is planning to hire 100 new employees in the next six months. Roughly 70 of the hires will be in Ottawa, with the vast majority in R&D positions
The 2018 Municipal Election in Ottawa provided some definitive direction to our new Council that LRT construction and related development intensification is required.
Join Mayor Jim Watson at this high-profile breakfast series, where issues vital to Ottawa's prosperity and quality of life are presented.
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Housing, with all that it means for people's personal finances and lifestyles, is expected to be a prominent campaign issue ahead of October's federal election
Premier Doug Ford is warning that the carbon tax will plunge the country into recession – a claim disputed by experts and the federal government
Hydro Ottawa employees have pledged $1 million over a five year period to fully equip an entire mammography room at the Rose Ages Breast Health Centre.