Eastern Ontario

For Meredith Salvian, owner and operator of The Perth Cheese Shop, it’s all about the customer experience: even if she has to close her shop doors to make that experience better. 
What is it with homemade pies of pretty much any flavour selling for hundreds of dollars at rural charity auctions?
As the exodus of city dwellers to rural areas intensifies, residents in towns such as Embrun and Limoges are cautiously observing the impacts on their small communities.
Smaller internet service providers are cautiously optimistic about the new telecom policy directives unveiled by the federal government that are aimed at the Canadian Radio-television and…
Days after heavy winds toppled hydro poles and flattened trees and buildings across Eastern Ontario, power utilities were still taking stock of the carnage from Orléans to beyond Hawkesbury.
Luring people back to the region’s tourism attractions needn’t be a tedious task, as the Municipality of South Dundas proved earlier this year with its award-winning new tourism app.
In a bid to maximize revenue per square foot and experiment with various store formats, ShinyBud Corp. has opened Ottawa’s first drive-through cannabis store near Carlingwood Shopping Centre.
From tiny concerts to downtown markets, tourism plans are getting underway in eastern Ontario after many events were cancelled during the pandemic years.
Former owner of Ottawa 67's saw the potential in OVM and its "great local success story," and seized the business opportunity.
The collaboration will advance market entry into the U.S. or Canada for entrepreneurs and business leaders through the Soft-Landings Program, which encourages cross-border partnerships.