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The city said it’s looking at how to “convert bus rapid transit to light-rail transit” in the south-end community
Empire's strategy appears to be focused on maintaining Farm Boy's status quo – leaving the existing co-CEOs in place and running it as a separate company.
Members of capital's tech sector and the Ottawa Senators were among those lending support this weekend
Under the deal, which is expected to close in early 2019, Farm Boy will be set up as a separate company and continue to be led by Jean-Louis Bellemare and Jeff York
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The popularity of voice-activated digital assistants has taken off in an unprecedented way.
Despite fears the local hotel industry would take a hit after last year’s record-setting Canada 150 celebrations, some properties say popular tourist attractions helped stave off the expected…
More than 145,000 customers were without power in the city on Saturday morning.
Two Ottawa firms with remarkably similar stories struck an M&A deal earlier this month
Local businesses taking a wait-and-see attitude toward cannabis-related activities while provincial legislation gets sorted out
A roundup of the largest contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements awarded to companies with a local presence between Aug. 6-17.