Ottawa firm has seen demand for its products accelerate during the pandemic as companies change gears and train their employees remotely.
The average sale price of a residential-class property was $585,084 last month, up a whopping 20 per cent compared with July 2019.
Smiths Falls-based company says recreational sales fell when it was forced to close its 22 stores until mid-May during the COVID-19 crisis.
Job losses in tech and public-service sectors were offset by gains in retail, accommodation and construction sectors.
- Cineplex said openings are part of a “phased approach” to restarting its operations, which have been shut down for several months due to the COVID-19…
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- Guests who book at least a two-day stay in one of 30 participating hotels will receive the cards as part of a new promotional campaign.
An app designed to alert Canadians if they come into close contact with someone infected with COVID-19 can now be downloaded in Ontario.
Companies in six-month program will gain access to technology and expertise from L-Spark’s partners aimed at creating and commercializing cutting-edge medical software and devices.
- Ottawa businesses are invited to have their company seen by thousands of business leaders and purchasing managers.
- This long running event is typically a sell out, attracting business and community leaders to network and enjoy a day outdoors.
Walmart Logistics arrived in Cornwall in 1999 and currently operates two distribution centres, each 1.5 million square feet in size, in the city.
Cyclists can now rent bicycles to check out the roughly 12-kilometre stretch of trail that runs through Cornwall along the St. Lawrence River.
'Centralizing our distribution was a key part of our growth strategy'
- Company seeking funding for system it says destroys up to 99 per cent of all germs that come in contact with the UV rays.
- New survey suggests 80 per cent of Blacks and other People of Colour expect to experience racial discrimination in the workplace at least some of the…
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The $80-billion Canada Emergency Response Benefit is set to wind down over the coming weeks, with those who are EI-eligible to start drawing assistance that way.
Move comes after chain closed 82 other stores in Canada and all 42 of its stores in the U.S. in early July to focus on its e-commerce business and supplying grocery stores and pharmacies.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple are answering for their companies' practices before Congress.
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