“[T]rade wars are good, and easy to win” says a tweet from President Trump. Recent developments between the US and China put this to the test.
Local tourism agency says an estimated 41,000 Chinese nationals visited Ottawa last year, a number it expects to grow.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called on Canada's small-and-medium sized businesses to embrace globalization and help deepen what he termed the "Canada-China friendship" by exploring the market…
As companies scour the globe for markets that are both financially and physically safe to explore, Invest Ottawa says it’s helping local companies capitalize on shifting political tides.
A Chinese clean-tech company is setting up an branch plant in Ottawa and has its eyes on Plasco’s displaced talent.
After hitting a record high in November, the number of people working in the National Capital Region dipped slightly last month as employers shed 500 jobs, Statistics Canada said Friday.
SmartEV Mobility Inc. is opening its first Canadian showroom on Montreal Road this Saturday with a goal of showing the Canadian market a greener si
Several Chinese billionaires were in Ottawa Tuesday, meeting with the city’s business leaders and eying investment opportunities in the nation’s capital.
“Guanxi,” a traditional Chinese term, refers to the networks and relationships that facilitate business dealings.
Ottawa-based Lumenera Corporation has donated 48 research-grade microscope cameras to local high schools, the company announced on Tuesday.