Ian Faris

The man who helped spearhead the drive to merge Ottawa’s three chambers of commerce into one organization is leaving his post after more than six years as head of the city’s largest business group
Official say the Ottawa business community is “clamouring” for better transportation connections to Toronto, Montreal and the U.S.
Members of Ottawa's business community give their thoughts on what will be the capital's most important infrastructure investments in the coming years.
Burgeoning tech executives, up-and-coming real estate moguls and a slew of community-minded young achievers: They’re all represented in the 2019 Forty Under 40 awards, a joint initiative
The Ottawa Board of Trade is urging the National Capital Commission to return to the negotiating table with previous bidders on the LeBreton Flats redevelopment in hopes of salvaging a gr
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 Pl
Few things in the world have changed across one lifetime more than the state of retail.
Delayed though it might be, the much-anticipated arrival of the Confederation Line is one more sign Ottawa is growing up – literally and figuratively – from a business perspective.
Members of Ottawa’s two largest chambers of commerce have voted nearly unanimously to merge their operations into a single organization.
Ottawa’s three chambers of commerce are again considering plans to formally amalgamate, though an upcoming vote may leave one of the regional bodies out of the mix.