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- Developer has scrapped its proposal to include a hotel as part of a mixed-use project at the site of the former Metro supermarket on Rideau Street.
- The outsized influence of the federal government on the local economy means Ottawa will fare better than many other Canadian cities.
- One of the province’s oldest land surveying companies announced Tuesday it was merging with a fellow Brockville-based engineering firm in hopes of streamlining its business processes.
- All construction can resume Tuesday and limits will be lifted on maintenance, repair and property management services, but provincial officials are still advising working from home as much as possible
- Property tax and water bill deferrals, combined with declining revenues, is hurting the city's cash position.
- Denis King is wearing plenty of hats during the COVID-19 lockdown: stay-at-home dad, part-time teacher and, oh yes, the brand-new chief executive of one of Ottawa’s leading software companies.
- With temperature checks likely to become commonplace, an Ottawa-based digital media technology firm says it has engineered a novel way to make the screening process more efficient.
- The average asking rent price in Ottawa fell nearly nine per cent in April, mirroring a national trend that reflected the economic downturn in the wake of COVID-19, according to a website that list
- Without the right safeguards, the undoing of one can often have a domino effect on the other. And, the safeguards need to go in both directions.
- Owner of Ottawa printing company waiting to learn whether he’ll have a market for the personal protective equipment.