A Montreal-based developer is launching its bid to expand beyond Quebec’s borders with ambitious plans to spend more than $300M on a trio of local rental apartment and mixed-use projects
Well-known Ottawa arts centre SAW reopens to the public Friday evening following two years of construction to triple the size of its gallery and event spaces
Benbria CEO Jordan Parsons joined Techopia Live this week to break down why the customer engagement field is growing exponentially
As it improves transportation accessibility and equity in Ottawa, Lyft recently launched its driver resource centre and support hub on Carling Avenue – the company’s first in Canada.
One of Hexo’s co-founder is saying farewell to the Gatineau-based pot producer, hinting that he’s looking to build something new.
- A $6.2M deal for Pacific Safety Products leads the latest round-up of the top federal contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements awarded to…
- SPONSOREDDemand growing for high-end units, particularly in communities outside central Ottawa
Access to outdoor space on Nicholas Street and in ByWard Market boosts productivity, tenants say
One of Ottawa’s rapidly growing firms is shifting its executive ranks in hopes of securing a public listing in the not-too-distant future
- Tournament attracts corporate executives, entrepreneurs, local politicians and community leaders.
- Join Mayor Jim Watson at this high-profile breakfast series, where issues vital to Ottawa's prosperity and quality of life are presented.
- With major projects such as light rail on the go, the outlook for Ottawa’s heavy construction industry looks bright – but experts warn a labour…
- The Ottawa Business Journal and Ottawa Board of Trade are looking for your nominations to recognize the city’s top corporate performers
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The Bank of Canada has lowered the rate used by mortgage stress tests to determine whether would-be homeowners can qualify, marking the first drop in three years
More than 2,000 children in 2018, including new Canadians and children dealing with health challenges, participated in the SENS Campership Program.
A minimum-wage worker could afford to rent in just a few neighbourhoods in Canada, suggests a new analysis of the country's rental market that also raises questions about a promised federal rent-…