As many of you probably know, the City of Ottawa recently changed its bylaws to permit construction of coach houses on many existing residential lots.
Each year, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives releases a report criticizing what it argues are “exorbitantly high” levels of executive compensation, drawing attention to income inequality
Fiasco was a word that readily came to mind when describing the mess over where to build a new Ottawa hospital. Now, it seems, madness might be a better word.
Talent is the raw material for the new industrial age. It is also global and very mobile. By Jeffrey Dale
Who can resist getting something for nothing? I certainly can’t, which is why I collect both Air Miles and Aeroplan reward points.
Hundreds of Ottawa-area retailers advertise in The Entertainment Book and thousands of consumers in this region buy the book each year for its discount coupons and two-for-one deals.
Wells Fargo was recently fined $185 million by federal regulators in the United States – the largest penalty ever imposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
High taxes and lack of competition make air travel for Canadians far more expensive than it should be.
Once, while hosting an AccelerateOTT event, I asked the audience to define Ottawa’s business community in just a few words. I got a lot of serious-looking faces but few answers.
Ottawa city planner Alain Miguelez brings a world of experience to a job that comes with more than its fair share of challenges.