Apple Inc. announced a subscription news service Monday that counts the Toronto Star, La Presse, CTV News and Global News among its Canadian content suppliers.
If anybody knows about Stayin’ Alive, it’s the Ottawa Senators.
Second-quarter subscriber growth in Bell Canada's three main services beat analyst estimates, led by an 18-year high in new wireless subscribers, but parent company BCE Inc.
Two of Canada's biggest internet service providers are preparing to increase their monthly subscriber prices, a move they say is justified by the investments they're making in their netwo
How do you grab the attention of chatty gala-goers when you need them to head to the ballroom for dinner? Send in an eight-piece brass band. Its big noises will do the trick.
Trans Mountain melee continues: Oral submissions continue next week as the National Energy Board considers a motion from Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC, which argues that the City of
Closing curtain: Ontario's securities regulator hears closing submissions Monday in the case against Garth Drabinsky for his role in the Livent Entertainment fraud scandal nearly t
After tracking U.S. election trends using patented artificial intelligence software, Ottawa company is ready to make its call on Donald vs. Hillary
An agreement reached earlier this year with telecom giant Bell will allow Ottawa-based Gusto TV to produce some 100 hours of new content annually from its Glebe headquarters, CEO Chris Knight said
Has Chris Knight bitten off more than he can chew?