Three tourism organizations in Eastern Ontario will receive federal funding to help them recover from the pandemic and continue to grow.
From tiny concerts to downtown markets, tourism plans are getting underway in eastern Ontario after many events were cancelled during the pandemic years.
The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario is giving local organization $5.5 million to help Ottawa-based tourism businesses develop "new and enhanced products and services."
Nova Scotia-based Sustane Technologies, which specializes in turning waste into recycled materials and high-value fuels, is looking to expand operations into McNab-Braeside in Renfrew County.
Lab and Atomic Energy of Canada have announced that their primary priority is disposal of the “legacy” nuclear waste at the Chalk River facility.
Wood cutting tools are essential in rural areas of Eastern Ontario and back in the day one such tool dominated the backroads landscape.
'Lumber prices – and the lack of lumber – have boosted my business.'
Renfrew County startup enables its customers to create a virtual map of their business and populate it with their products.
As more professionals permanently embrace remote work, individuals and couples can turn to communities such as Johanne’s Court or The Lodge to offer the right mix of modern living and rural…
Hear, hear: Renfrew startup Riverwood Acoustics turning 'lost' lumber into sought-after 'craft' speakers
Four-year-old company's high-profile customer list includes Canadian country star Brett Kissel and former Dragons’ Den panellist Bruce Croxon.