Questions still remain about how federal officials will manage the appearance of Centre Block’s exterior when renovations begin.
Holding tax increases to between 2% and 3% would allow the city to spend an additional $80 million on roads and infrastructure over the next four years, incumbent mayor says.
A round-up of local firms winning federal work for the week of Sept. 10-14.
One of Ottawa’s largest insurance firms has merged with another local brokerage, continuing an M&A spree that has seen it acquire several competitors in the past few years
With no major updates to the company’s website in five years, the time had come for Ottawa-based Titus to hit refresh.
A roundup of the top government contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements awarded to firms with a local presence between Sept. 3 and 7.
Five-day workshop held at the Rideau Club prompts women to discover their personal power and raise confidence, especially in traditionally male-led organizations.
The deal includes a new 1,500-square-foot lounge at the Canadian Tire Centre's 100-level concourse featuring a bar, music memorabilia and event space.
No single strategy can make a large firm more innovative, but new research shows a multilayered approach can help it happen, writes columnist Mischa Kaplan
LiveWell also said it is shuffling its executive roles, handing David Rendimonti the title of CEO in addition to his duties as presiden