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A feel-good business deal, some up-and-coming tech firms and one very newsworthy former cannabis executive are among the 2019 crop of recipients for the Best Ottawa Business Awards
Mark Goudie said the idea is to drive more traffic to Lansdowne on non-game days in the hope that people attending events will stick around to shop and eat, creating an economic “spinoff effect”
In the latest edition of the OBJ newsmagazine, publisher Mike Curran outlines the need for economic leadership in the fallout of the federal election
Shares of Hexo Corp. fell after the cannabis company posted a larger-than-expected fourth-quarter adjusted loss and an inventory writedown
The owners of the CFL’s Ottawa Redblacks, pro soccer’s Fury FC and junior hockey’s Ottawa 67’s are proposing to take over the operation of key public spaces at Lansdowne Park
The Christmas Cheer Breakfast will go on after all, organizers confirmed Monday, after a late-game cancellation due to lack of venue was quickly reversed with some help from the Ontario g
In a post on the Christmas Cheer Ottawa website, organizers wrote that due to “unsurmountable challenges finding a suitable venue,” there will be no breakfast event this December
In her new role as Seaspan’s VP of corporate affairs and external communications, MacLeod will act as a liaison between the shipbuilder and its various federal government customers
Gatineau-based pot firm Hexo is reducing its workforce by 200 jobs to adjust for expected future revenues and "ensure the long-term viability" of the firm, its chief executive said
While awards and headlines tend to celebrate Ottawa’s largest and fastest-growing companies, OBJ and the Ottawa Board of Trade took a day during Small Business Week to celebrate the littl