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The 1.6-million-square-foot office complex just south of the St. Laurent Shopping Centre is part of a plan to turn the site into a mixed-use neighbourhood with residential units, parks and shops.
Density of aging office complex to be expanded by 40% to accommodate 6,800 full-time employees
The focal point of Ottawa’s Canada Day celebrations will be moved off Parliament Hill this year amid the escalating renovation work to Centre Block
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Progressively designed by HOK Ottawa, the federal government’s new co-working space at Place d'Orléans heralds a new way to work
A key interprovincial bridge is ready to reopen to commuters this week as major construction on the Chaudière Crossing wraps up
An Ottawa software developer is taking the Government of Canada to court, alleging a federal department is using its intellectual property without paying licensing fees – a claim the feds dispute
A major facelift of a long-vacant federal government building is set to begin next month as contractors ready a temporary home for the Supreme Court of Canada.
The federal government has awarded a massive contract to a consortium of designers and developers to install and maintain clean energy systems across the National Capital Region.
Interprovincial commuters are one step closer to the full reopening of a key crossing over the Ottawa River after flooding at the end of April forced its closure.