While the National Capital Region finished 2018 trending down on housing starts, data from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corp.
An Ottawa roofing company has been fined $80,000 after two of its employees caught fire during a job, leaving one with critical injuries.
Canada needs to spend $83 million over the next 10 years just to get its official residences – including 24 Sussex Drive – into half-decent shape.
German conglomerate Siemens is expanding an Ottawa facility where it manufactures a cutting-edge blood-testing system that can help detect the presence of conditions such as kidney disease and hear
Construction on the largest warehouse in the National Capital Region officially got underway Monday as dignitaries gathered to symbolically break ground on a new 1.02-million-square-foot
Construction of Amazon’s new Ottawa distribution centre has yet to officially begin, but the developer behind the project is already fielding inqu
One of the city’s largest heavy construction firms made relatively quick work of a decades-old pedestrian bridge this weekend, demolishing the aging structure above the Queensway and maki
The federal government is looking to hire contractors to retrofit the Alexandra Bridge, the historic interprovincial steel truss structure connecting the National Art Gallery with the Can
Days after the Ottawa Real Estate Board pointed to an “overall inventory shortage” in the city’s
With Canada Day just passed and Bluesfest fast approaching, many in Ottawa have the security of major public events top of mind.