A Gatineau-based medical marijuana firm with a self-declared goal of becoming the “Coca-Cola of cannabis” says it will start trading on the TSX Venture Exchange Tuesday.
Gatineau bus drivers could be on strike as early as Saturday, after a federal board deemed the transit agency a non-essential service.
On February 1, 1997, the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Authority (OMCIAA) was officially born.
The federal government’s local hiring spree showed no signs of stopping last month as higher public-sector employment pushed the local unemployment rate down to its lowest level since August 2011,
Maplesoft, Randstad and IBM are among the local firms and operations that won federal contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements between Jan. 30 and Feb. 5.
The unemployment rate in the National Capital Region hit its lowest level since September 2011 last month, driven in large part by a rapidly expanding federal government, Statistics Canada said Fri
Tiree Facility Solutions, Calian and Donna Cona are among the local firms that landed a federal contract, standing offer or supply arrangement between Jan. 9 and 15.
Bradda Printing, Robertson & Co. and ESRI Canada are among the local firms awarded federal contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements between Dec. 26 and Jan. 1.
Construction of the city’s light-rail line has crossed a major milestone after crews connected both ends of the 2.5-kilometre tunnel beneath downtown Ottawa, Mayor Jim Watson said Thursday morning.
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