The federal government plans to move quickly to approve the updated North American free-trade deal and is sifting the parliamentary calendar to find the right date, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says
Chris Day highlights three quotes from Thursday's throne speech that will have bearing on the business climate here in the capital
Public affairs consultant Chris Day examines the potential impact on Ottawa's tourism sector, local public servants and the third phase of LRT from the newly unveiled federal cabinet
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled Wednesday a larger cabinet with local ministers taking a bigger role on infrastructure and finances in the Liberals’ minority government
No one expects the NCC to decide the fate of the building until after the October election, says Heritage Ottawa
Trudeau says construction will restart this construction season, but there is no specific date yet
Even as he battles pancreatic cancer, television legend Alex Trebek was in great spirits during his visit to the nation’s capital Monday for the official opening of the R
The Liberal government is adding $40 million in federal money to a $310.5-million pledge from BlackBerry aimed at supporting the development of self-driving car technologies in Kanata.
The federal government is taking immediate steps to remove some regulatory barriers to trade across the country, hoping to persuade provinces to follow its example.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vaunted his government's new legislation on pay equity at a conference of female business leaders in Montreal on Monday, and was pressed about how Canada wil