A key interprovincial bridge is ready to reopen to commuters this week as major construction on the Chaudière Crossing wraps up
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An Ottawa software developer is taking the Government of Canada to court, alleging a federal department is using its intellectual property without paying licensing fees – a claim the feds dispute
A major facelift of a long-vacant federal government building is set to begin next month as contractors ready a temporary home for the Supreme Court of Canada.
The federal government has awarded a massive contract to a consortium of designers and developers to install and maintain clean energy systems across the National Capital Region.
Interprovincial commuters are one step closer to the full reopening of a key crossing over the Ottawa River after flooding at the end of April forced its closure.
A key linkage between Ottawa and Gatineau will remain closed until August for planned construction after flood waters forced its closure two weeks ago.
A few days after the National Capital Commission approved final designs for the revitalization of a prominent public-sector workplace in Gatineau, the federal government has awarded a mas
The federal government will start rolling out its new electronic procurement system later this year, representing a sizeable shift in how Ottawa companies will do business with a major lo
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block building is set for closure next month, putting the capital’s most iconic structure under wraps for more than a decade.
The $60-billion effort to build new warships for Canada's navy has hit another snag, this time in the form of a legal challenge by one of three companies in the competition to design the