Invest Ottawa is teaming up with Ontario’s other economic development agencies to help scale a new generation of companies past $100 million in revenues.
The Ontario Progressive Conservative government’s first budget contained a few items just for Ottawa, and several more that are bound to have an impact on local businesses.
During a brief break from the frenzy of activity that always surrounds a new restaurant opening, OCCO Kitchen owner and head chef Mark Steele flashes the grin of an entrepreneur who’s found the ide
Algonquin College president Cheryl Jensen announced Tuesday she will step down when her five-year term expires at the end of this year.
Kanata-based L-Spark is taking some space at Algonquin College to make its mark on the post-secondary institution’s entrepreneurship programs and connect students to opportunities with the accelera
Carleton University’s newish president was the keynote at the Mayor’s Breakfast in February, speaking to a jam-packed crowd of business leaders in city council chambers.
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From his office in what used to be known as “Animation Alley,” Chris Wightman sees an industry drawing momentum from a world-class talent pool and state-of-the-art facilities.
Two Ottawa colleges will get a cut of $45 million in previously promised federal funding aimed at promoting research partnerships between post-secondary institutions and private companies.
In more than 30 years as an employee at Carleton University, Larry McCloskey has seen the percentage of students with disabilities steadily rise.