Ottawa Board of Trade

Organization is diligently following all public health measures to show that attending hockey games can be safe, Anthony LeBlanc said at his first in-person meeting with local business leaders.
On September 29, 2021, the Ottawa Board of Trade hosted its 164th annual general meeting.
As the shift to remote work has accelerated, it’s become more important than ever for employers to communicate with staff in a “clear, authentic way,” Talent Summit panellists said.
The virtual event will tackle a variety of topics surrounding the future of work as the economy struggles to rebound from the pandemic. 
At this time last year, we were debating how to approach a potential second wave in the COVID-19 pandemic without thought of a third and certainly not
There’s been frustrations with the federal government around vaccine expectations, and with the provincial government over its mixed messages surrounding public health restrictions.
The City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Board of Trade have joined Canada’s largest ch
Annual event spotlights the innovation, leadership and prosperity of dozens of companies in the Ottawa region.
To move forward, we must restore the confidence of consumers, employees and entrepreneurs as quickly as possible.
Local industry says time is of the essence to allow tourism businesses to cash in on what’s traditionally their busiest time of year.