OBJ is on a break, but check out our holiday reading list

The staff at OBJ are taking a break for the holiday season, but we’ve still got you covered.

Recognizing that taking the time to recharge our batteries is important, we’ll be off from Dec. 22 to Jan. 2 inclusive. This means we’ll be taking a break from our daily news coverage, social media posting and newsletters. 

To help satisfy your hunger for all things business-related in the city, the editorial team has compiled a list of some of OBJ’s most popular stories from the past few months. 

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“It’s been a year of change at OBJ, including the launch of our new website, which has been an exciting project for us,” said Anne Howland, OBJ’s editor in chief. “What hasn’t changed is our focus on delivering great content that informs and inspires our readers. We hope this selection of stories will make for some good holiday reading.”

From technology to real estate and the new world of work, these articles run the gamut. We hope you enjoy them and we look forward to resuming our regular daily coverage on Jan. 3. Happy reading and the best of the season from the staff at OBJ. 

Healthtech: Local healthtech companies get their day in the Bears’ Den

Sustainability: ‘Democratizing forests’ is what this ESG-based company is all about

World of work: Holiday work parties aren’t what they used to be, experts say, citing ‘comfort-based participation’

Tech talent: More cooperation needed between feds and private sector in the global hunt for high-tech talent

Social: Check out which prize-winning artists will have their work on display at new Ottawa Hospital campus

Technology: Kingston software firm’s solution helps hospitals throughout the region reduce surgical wait times

Real estate: Inside Brigil’s ‘urgent’ bid to breathe new life into downtown Gatineau

Profile: Up Close: Influential lobbyist lets her moral compass be her guide

Development: A change of space: More developers eye office-to-residential conversions as demand for housing grows

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