Even under the effect of a 'brain drain,' Ottawa’s labour market remains among the most concentrated in technology across North America, according to CBRE’s annual tech talent scorecard
Members of Ottawa's business community give their thoughts on what will be the capital's most important infrastructure investments in the coming years.
With the available supply of industrial space in Ottawa at an all-time low and rents steadily rising, one of the region’s largest property owners has significantly boosted its portfolio with a major…
Ottawa’s economy risks running out of room to grow – literally – if developers don’t step up soon to address a critical shortage of office space in the downtown core and Kanata, a promi
Amid warnings that many tenants have few options for space when looking to relocate or expand, the Ottawa Real Estate Show invited the head of one of the city’s major developers to explor
How close are we to a new downtown build? Does Amazon’s arrival signal greater demand for industrial space? And what will a growing federal government be looking for in 2019?
The promise of light rail is in the air – but Orléans business leaders say that without a major east-end employer, the trains won’t be enough to keep the borough up to speed with the rest
Ottawa’s tech talent market beat out the likes of Montreal, Vancouver and Waterloo for the second year in a row according to CBRE’s annual rankings, but the elusive top spot remains in To
The pending arrival of light rail is fuelling a wave of new development applications and changing the way builders view future projects, speakers told a business crowd Wednesday at the Shaw Centre.
With class-A office vacancy rates dipping below four per cent in Ottawa’s central business district, talk among some real estate watchers is turning to when ground will be broken on the city’s next