Jenna Sudds

A last-ditch effort to block council approval of the controversial project failed to garner enough support for another debate Thursday
Days after the City of Ottawa said it would go to court if necessary to prevent the Kanata Golf and Country Club from being redeveloped, the club’s owners say they have no update on what
Kanata North’s business leaders say a new report that puts a dollar figure on the area’s economic impact should warrant a fresh look at infrastructure investment in the region.
One week after her successful entry into municipal politics, new Kanata North councillor-elect Jenna Sudds says she’s not forgetting her tech park roots.
Techopia Live sat down with the Kanata North Business Association’s new director of operations, Veronica Farmer, this week to hear about what’s coming down the line in Canada’s largest technology p
In his third straight term as mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson will work with a crop of fresh faces after voters in seven wards picked new councillors in the 2018 municipal election.
The Kanata North Business Association’s search for a new leader culminated with a pick from its own tech park. 
There has never been a better time for women to get into the tech sector but it’s up to them to grab the opportunities: that was the advice from an all-female panel hosted at Ottawa’s You
With some high tech execs and the incumbent councillor in her corner, Jenna Sudds officially put her name into the race to represent Kanata North in the fall’s coming municipal election.
Another familiar name is poised to enter the race for councillor in Kanata North, setting the stage for what could be one of the most fiercely contested campaigns in this fall’s municipal