Surviving and Thriving on Main Street: Westboro’s Flowers Talk Tivoli turns online workshops into national sales
A pandemic pivot by the Richmond Road business turned into a new way of reaching customers from across the country.
Longtime tech exec praised for "vision and years of dedication" to building fast-growing Kanata firm.
Company supplies products to NATO, is the sole provider for the U.S. Navy and recently signed a deal with the Canadian military.
CRGroup's Vijay Jog offers insights into turning data into profits.
- Philip Aldis says he’s planning to reopen the 10,000-square-foot space at 1800 St. Laurent Blvd. next month under the name LaserMaxx Ottawa.
- Deal will see new tenants pay the city $125,000 a year in base rent at 10,000-seat RCGT Park beginning in 2021.
- Longtime company executive Paul Wood takes over as head of the national discount chain effective immediately.
Ottawa-based tech firm says fewer than 200 merchants whose stores were illegitimately accessed are at risk of having had their customer data exposed.
Silicon Valley company helps customers send and receive money transfers via blockchain technology.
- With students resuming classes – both in-person and online – employers are facing new challenges as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
- This half-day virtual conference will offer local entrepreneurs insights into financial preparedness, forging the way forward and why mental health is more important than ever.
Dairy Distillery has donated more than 30,000 bottles of the alcohol-based, germ-fighting product to local groups in need.
Post-secondary institutions provide an economic boost to the region.
Agreement will enable Eastern Ontario facility to produce up to 100 million N95 masks a year.
Thirst for success: young entrepreneur's African-style juices finding a following in Canada's capitalUniversity of Ottawa student's drinks made from a traditional Senegalese recipe are now available at eight locations in Ottawa and Montreal.
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BlackBerry executive chairman John Chen says the sequential and year-over-year revenue growth this quarter exceeded the company's expectations despite the ongoing challenges from COVID-19.
Liberals emphasize climate change, economic inequality and systemic racism, but say not much can be done if the COVID-19 pandemic is not brought under control.
Experts say shifts in consumer behaviour mean lengthy backorders are more likely to arise on discretionary items such as patio heaters.
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- Ottawa Valley team typically travels to dozens of countries annually to showcase the world’s top paddling, hiking, mountain biking and fishing destinations.
- After making a name for itself developing an automated patient reminder system for medical clinics, Cliniconex began to expand into the senior care market in 2018.