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Nearly 15 months after the Confederation Line was originally slated to be carrying passengers, Mayor Jim Watson made it official Friday: the east-west LRT route will be ready to roll on Saturday,…
The fate of Air Canada's $720-million takeover bid for Transat A.T. Inc. rests with regulators after shareholders overwhelmingly approved the acquisition offer Friday
A senior economist at Export Development Canada shares how the local organization has made strides in making the workplace a welcoming space for LGBTQ2+ employees
Ottawa employment lawyer Alex Lucifero, a partner at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP, explains the options for employers and the rights of employees surrounding temporary layoffs.
Trinity Development Group is lowering the planned height of its proposed apartment complex next to the future Gladstone Station, according to updated plans filed Thursday with the city
Law firm donates prize money from inaugural charity event to Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and CHEO
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
ProntoForms found success in the second quarter of the year as the Ottawa firm continues to grow its recurring revenue base while keeping its losses steady
A round-up of the top federal contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements awarded to companies with a local presence between Aug. 12-16
Strapped with fresh financing and with a new CEO in place, a local cybersecurity company is building out a sizeable sales team to take its platform to a series of enterprise customers