Local industry says time is of the essence to allow tourism businesses to cash in on what’s traditionally their busiest time of year.
A permanent shift is underway in the way we work, connect with clients and think about our city as a whole.
'We've got to build for 2022 and beyond': Ottawa Tourism boss urges residents to help promote capital
Michael Crockatt is calling on each resident to be an "ambassador" for the National Capital Region on social media in a bid to draw visitors once they feel comfortable travelling again.
Now is the time to get prepared for when the economy reopens fully so we can hit the ground running.
Local SMEs with 150 or fewer employees will be eligible to receive the devices, which deliver results within 15 minutes.
Any local business with 150 or fewer employees will be eligible to receive the tests through the Ottawa Board of Trade.
How Stratford Group helped build a new three-year strategic plan
The pandemic has played havoc with every business albeit in varying degrees. If there is one word that encapsulates this last year, it is “uncertainty.”
New rules would translate into an annual discount of about $1,000 for a business property assessed at $600,000 that now pays about $15,000 a year in taxes.
Wellington West merchants say they're confused by lack of clear set of rules regarding guidelines for getting back in business.