National Capital Region

While construction slowed down on the Gatineau side of the Ottawa River, with the number of new starts falling to 132 from 151 the previous June, builders in Ottawa picked up the pace.
The 5,200-square-foot warehouse, located at 2764B Sheffield Rd., is positioned to serve not only Ottawa, but other nearby metropolitan areas, the company said in a news release.
CSDI is proposing to build an NHL hockey arena and events venue surrounded by mixed-use development, located on Albert Street between Preston Street and City Centre Avenue.
Construction association boss says work stoppage is another challenge for an industry already beset by a shortage of skilled labour, supply chain disruptions and soaring inflation.
A blossoming Ottawa-based property management firm has chosen one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities for its first acquisition outside the National Capital Region.
These companies achieved exponential growth, all while nurturing company culture, striving for sustainability, and overcoming supply chain bottlenecks.
Our top 10 are a diverse bunch, but all have been challenged by their rapid growth, especially in this difficult economy. Here are numbers 10 through six
This year's top 10 recipients remind us of the other side of the pandemic story.
Later this week, we’ll be revealing OBJ’s top 10 fastest-growing companies for 2022. Learning about our top 10 is a bit like reading the story of the past two years.
Aries Contracting announces plans to match, dollar-for-dollar, the next $15K in donations made to the OGYF Summer Camp Fund