Amy MacLeod

Amy MacLeod, one of Kanata North’s best-known tech executives, is leaving Mitel for a 'new sector' and a 'new direction'
Just as a woman gets better with age, so do the BYAs.
Some of Ottawa’s most outstanding female business professionals were recognized for their hard work, perseverance and success during a cocktail reception hosted Tuesday night at Lago Bar
With Kanata’s office vacancy rate at its lowest level in more than a decade, some of the west end’s largest tenants are signing new leases to accommodate growth – setting in motion a stri
Some of Ottawa’s most well-known tech execs will ask a live crowd to imagine with them at next year’s TEDxKanata event.
Kanata North’s business leaders say a new report that puts a dollar figure on the area’s economic impact should warrant a fresh look at infrastructure investment in the region.
This week, Techopia Live called on some of Ottawa’s largest tech firms to tackle an issue bigger than tech: Me Too and sexual harassment in the workplace.
With some high tech execs and the incumbent councillor in her corner, Jenna Sudds officially put her name into the race to represent Kanata North in the fall’s coming municipal election.
At last year’s SaaS North conference, Sean Silcoff, reporter for the Globe & Mail, sat across from Tobi Lütke, co-founder and CEO of local SaaS giant Shopify, for an intimate