Even as malls and other shops reopened over the summer and capacity restrictions in stores were eased, the number of retail employees in the nation’s capital has steadily fallen.
Artist has been commissioned to complete ongoing series of paintings for Tomlinson Group's headquarters
Podcast: New chapter for Ruckify, legal risks from work from home and Ottawa airport traffic on the rise
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One of The Royal’s strategic goals is to integrate research and care for the benefit of our patients
Announcement comes just weeks after Vankleek Hill brewery signed on to become the exclusive beer provider for the Toronto-based airline.
It’s the first time in 15 years that the carrier will offer service between the nation’s capital and the Toronto Island airport.
These were Ottawa’s pockets of gas rebellion, the land where gas-price insurgents lived and worked. Seaway, Saab, Econo, Stinson, Mr. Gas – these were your insurgents.
The economy shed more than 10,000 jobs last month, with the retail and educational services sectors among the hardest hit.
In this episode of Behind the Headlines, Ottawa Business Journal publisher Michael Curran speaks with editor David Sali about a sudden bounce back in venture capital, Nelligan Law's Jim Anstey disc
Six years ago, when environmental advocate Laura Reinsborough moved back to her home province of New Brunswick, she thought she was returning for good.