Phase two of Ottawa's LRT system is expected to be ready in 2025 – two years later and $1.1B more than initial expectations
When BDO considered the benefits of working in an open-concept space, one concern that arose was privacy.
Wednesday is increasingly looking like a good day to work from home in Ottawa-Gatineau
“I am happy to be wrong, but I am highly skeptical that they’re going to achieve March 31,” said transit boss John Manconi
Some of the capital’s biggest innovation champions will take the stage for the ISPIM Connects Ottawa conference Apr. 7-10.
BDO Canada LLP welcomed more than 200 clients, business contacts and colleagues to an open house it hosted Thursday to show off its gleaming new downtown office space, located in Minto Place
City officials say the busy transportation corridor has reopened ahead of Monday morning’s commute
City councillors approved a staff recommendation Thursday to allow pot storefronts in Ottawa, despite a number of complaints about the lack of local zoning powers in the province’s privat
City council has approved a property tax increase of up to three per cent for the 2019 budget, providing nearly $10 million for local needs such as infrastructure improvements
Sens fired back at Mayor Jim Watson after he told reporters on Wednesday the NHL team wanted the city to pay for an arena as part of the LeBreton Flats redevelopment