Retail

Wolf Down, a new restaurant opening in Centretown this weekend, is taking a few lessons from the tech industry in bringing a German-style twist on a beloved Ottawa meat dish.
On the Ottawa seafood scene, Jim Foster is what you’d call a big fish.
After a long day and plenty of water, fire crews were able to contain a four-alarm blaze at a restaurant in the ByWard Market on Friday.
Long lineups curling along street corners were seen at select Ottawa storefronts on Monday, heralding the arrival of a new type of retailer in the city: legal, privately operated retail c
A simple menu of burgers and fries. Checkered floors. Vintage radios. And something a little futuristic.
While snow fell among the barricades outside his Elgin Street bookstore in late January, Jim Sherman’s disposition couldn’t have been sunnier.
Ottawa’s first legal pot shop may be coming to Wellington Village.
Saturday morning cartoons were a childhood ritual for generations of Canadians, almost always accompanied by a bowl of deliciously sugary cereal.
Following his company’s acquisition by Empire Co.
Farm Boy’s run as an independent grocer officially came to an end Monday with the close of Empire Co.’s $800-million acquisition of the Ottawa-based company.