Buoyed by the pending arrival of light rail and more direct flights from the United States, Ottawa is expected to welcome 2.4 per cent more overnight visitors this year than it did in 201
Ottawa Tourism is pressing pause on new efforts to attract and cater to Chinese tourists in light of strained relations between the Asian country and Canada.
Before the arrest of Huawei Technologies' chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver last weekend, the Chinese company wasn't a household name in Canada – certainly not in the leag
The tech executive whose arrest in Vancouver has sparked outrage from China is the well-educated daughter of a wealthy former military man who founded what eventually became one of the wo
Even as it helps clients around the world break down technological barriers to the swift flow of information, Ottawa’s VideoShip faces its own share of hurdles that can bog down communica
A full-scale trade deal between Canada and China is possible even as Canada remains open to striking smaller sector-by-sector agreements, says International Trade Minister Jim Carr.
“[T]rade wars are good, and easy to win” says a tweet from President Trump. Recent developments between the US and China put this to the test.
Ottawa Tourism believes a new incentive program will help bring more Chinese tourists to the National Capital Region, and it’s preparing
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called on Canada's small-and-medium sized businesses to embrace globalization and help deepen what he termed the "Canada-China friendship" by exploring the market pote
As companies scour the globe for markets that are both financially and physically safe to explore, Invest Ottawa says it’s helping local companies capitalize on shifting political tides.