The federal government is banning companies from importing or making plastic bags and takeout containers by the end of this year, from selling them by the end of next year and from exporting them by…
For a crowd that probably hasn’t attended many big parties over the past two years, it certainly took to the Ottawa Riverkeeper Gala like a duck to water.
‘Antacid for the ocean’: Ottawa-born cleantech firm foresees lucrative future for carbon-capture system
Planetary Technologies has raised nearly $8 million in seed funding as it vies for tens of millions of dollars in prize money in a green-technology competition backed by Elon Musk.
Going back more than 15 years, tall, ungainly, otherworldly industrial wind turbines have been springing up on Ontario’s rural landscape, churning controversy in their wake.
OBJ publisher Michael Curran talks with BluMetric CEO Scott McFabe about how his team plans to leverage the company's improved financial performance into new opportunities and growth potential.
Lab and Atomic Energy of Canada have announced that their primary priority is disposal of the “legacy” nuclear waste at the Chalk River facility.
Company would invest $60 million to build a renewable natural gas plant that would take the gases from the landfill, convert them into RNG and inject them into the grid.
Six years ago, when environmental advocate Laura Reinsborough moved back to her home province of New Brunswick, she thought she was returning for good.
There’s an opportunity for our city’s entrepreneurs to lead the way in building a greener and more resilient local economy.
One of the best things about attending Ottawa Riverkeeper functions is that they're always within sight of the Ottawa River, the beautiful and powerful body of water that the grassroots charity is