Former governor general David Johnston shared his stories, wisdom and insight with a crowd of about 150 people Tuesday at The Kindness of Strangers fundraiser for Refugee 613
Refugee 613's Kindness of Strangers night shares exceptional stories of hope, compassion and inclusion
Amid warnings that many tenants have few options for space when looking to relocate or expand, the Ottawa Real Estate Show invited the head of one of the city’s major developers to explor
An opera singer, a photographer, a marketing agency and a well-respected arts leader were among the individuals honoured at the Ottawa Arts Council’s awards ceremony — the one night a yea
New General Counsel and Director of Practice Management sees opportunity to recruit and mentor young lawyers
How close are we to a new downtown build? Does Amazon’s arrival signal greater demand for industrial space? And what will a growing federal government be looking for in 2019?
With class-A office vacancy rates dipping below four per cent in Ottawa’s central business district, talk among some real estate watchers is turning to when ground will be broken on the city’s next
One of Ottawa’s largest developers and property managers says the launch of light rail has the potential to breathe new life into an often overlooked corner of the city’s office market.
Fresh off its $230-million initial public offering of a new apartment REIT, Ottawa-based Minto Group is looking to expand both through acquisitions and new developments in Canada’s larges
With Kanata office vacancy rates approaching a 10-year low, one of the west end’s largest landlords
Ottawa Real Estate Show: Dogs in the office? Ottawa landlords wooing tech tenants through flexibility
Shorter lease terms, bicycle parking and an occasional willingness to allow canine tenants are some of the ways downtown Ottawa landlords are marketing buildings to the growing number of