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
Paying top female executives what they’re worth is just one element of a blueprint that sets local firms such as ADGA and Shopify apart, Janice McDonald writes
In the last of a three-part series, OBJ columnist Bruce Firestone looks at ways the City of Ottawa can redesign itself to prepare for the economy of the future
In part two of a three-part series, OBJ columnist Bruce Firestone looks at what Vienna and Rotterdam are doing to win the increasingly competitive race for talent
Last October, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a dire warning: Climate change could trigger “unprecedented” changes to life on this planet by the year 2030.
When I started my first company in 1991, the landscape for women business owners in our region looked very different.
There has been much discussion recently about China’s becoming a scientific and innovation superpower.
For most individuals, identifying the characteristics that make someone professionally successful is easy: a senior rank within the organization, depth and breadth of one’s professional n
Even with a new trade deal with the United States, there will probably be little, if any, savings for Ottawa-area shoppers who hop across the border to buy groceries in the United States.