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Demand for office space in the National Capital Region dampened slightly in the second quarter, but local landlords should continue to see “steady” interest in properties thanks to job gr
Ottawa Centre MP Catherine McKenna wants the owners of the iconic Chateau Laurier by Parliament Hill to come up with another plan for an addition to the historic hotel even after city council appro
A last-ditch effort to block council approval of the controversial project failed to garner enough support for another debate Thursday
Though a call to revoke council approval for the Château Laurier’s controversial addition was initially defeated, a move to reconsider the motion on Thursday will see the debate stretch into a second…
Ottawa’s office market continued to tighten in the first half of the year, with vacancy rates reaching their lowest levels since 2011, according to CBRE
A major facelift of a long-vacant federal government building is set to begin next month as contractors ready a temporary home for the Supreme Court of Canada.
A pending motion for city council to rescind approval of the controversial addition to the Château Laurier could land the municipality in a tough court battle
Executives at an international commercial real estate company believe Ottawa's tech scene will embrace its brand of flexible office space in the downtown core
The National Capital Commission outlined its role and vision for several major Ottawa building projects – including the controversial Château Laurier addition – on Thursday
Members of Ottawa's business community give their thoughts on what will be the capital's most important infrastructure investments in the coming years.