There was a dignified excitement in the air as elected officials, municipal employees and business representatives gathered to network, showcase and learn from one another.
The Ontario East Municipal Conference is making a comeback to its original in-person format after two pared-down virtual years.
Ottawa Whitewater Leaders Rafting, or OWL Rafting, as it’s affectionately known, is for sale to the right buyer — one with a passion for paddling, who’ll keep developing the business.
Andi Marcus has trademarked a concept she calls DineOver, which takes the bed and breakfast concept and reverses it.
Alastair Baird, long-time economic development officer with the County of Renfrew, is retiring and feeling just a little guilty about it.
Three tourism organizations in Eastern Ontario will receive federal funding to help them recover from the pandemic and continue to grow.
From tiny concerts to downtown markets, tourism plans are getting underway in eastern Ontario after many events were cancelled during the pandemic years.
The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario is giving local organization $5.5 million to help Ottawa-based tourism businesses develop "new and enhanced products and services."
Nova Scotia-based Sustane Technologies, which specializes in turning waste into recycled materials and high-value fuels, is looking to expand operations into McNab-Braeside in Renfrew County.
Lab and Atomic Energy of Canada have announced that their primary priority is disposal of the “legacy” nuclear waste at the Chalk River facility.