“I believe it will take years to build our passenger numbers back to 2019 levels,” YOW's chief told reporters, adding later: “I hope I’m wrong.”
The COVID-19 pandemic appears to be slowing activity in Ottawa’s housing market, which seemed primed to continue surging in the first few months of the year
With working from home now a reality for many, Stratford Managers shares practical strategies for leaders to engage and stay close with distant teams
With the number of Canadians working from home climbing dramatically, local companies are going ‘flat out’ to deliver solutions
- The Sens organization is implementing temporary layoffs and salary reductions due to the COVID-19 pandemic
- SPONSOREDCRGroup’s Vijay Jog offers three steps to modernize strategic management functions of the finance role.
- Guards at an Ottawa jail refused to work Tuesday morning due to the lack of COVID-19 screening of those going inside the institution, the union…
Shopify says it is suspending its financial outlook for the year because of the uncertainty stemming from COVID-19.
Association executives discuss best practices for identifying and mitigating common threats
- While the CHEO Gala on April 1 has been canceled, the online auction is still open!
- The Businesswoman of the Year Awards have been rescheduled to September 18, 2020. The WBN looks forward to celebrating with you in the fall.
A Perth-based distillery is turning to the public to help fund its pivot from liquor to hand sanitizer to boost the supplies needed on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic
When businesses in downtown Cornwall began reeling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, local entrepreneur Kelly Bergeron wasted no time trying to figure out ways to help support beleaguered…
The City of Ottawa’s Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee approved $150,000 of spending last week for the city’s rural wards in the year ahead
- In the latest issue of the OBJ newsmagazine, publisher Michael Curran talks about how the COVID-19 disruption will usher in a new era of doing…
- In the second video of Ottawa Business Journal's Coping with COVID-19 series, OBJ explores the employment law considerations of temporary layoffs
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Premier Doug Ford moved swiftly to shutter a larger swath of Ontario's economy on Friday in the wake of bleak projections about the death toll of the COVID-19 pandemic
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says imposing hard and fast rules about who can receive federal aid to weather the economic shock from COVID-19 was the only way to get the money out the door quickly
Sustainability at the centre of LWG’s work at Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement