Roger Greenberg

Gourmet on the Gridiron, presented by Site Preparation Limited, was held Monday night for its third time at the TD Place stadium at Lansdowne.
Local business leader Roger Greenberg will be awarded a doctor of laws, honoris causa, by Carleton University next week in recognition of his contributions to the local philanthropic sector.
Minto Group executive chairman says new $2.8-billion Civic campus "is going to revolutionize health care in the city of Ottawa."
Ottawa's longtime mayor – who announced Friday he won't be running for re-election – praised as a "strong advocate" for local entrepreneurs.
Charities say the move will help better serve community youth in an increasingly competitive fundraising landscape.
Upcoming signature event will raise funds for The Ottawa Hospital as it prepares to build new state-of-the-art health and research centre in Ottawa
OSEG managing partner and executive chairman Roger Greenberg made the pledge in a letter to Mayor Jim Watson and Coun. Mathieu Fleury on Monday.
Gourmet on the Gridiron raises funds to provide children and youth the opportunity to play, learn and develop through sports
When Roger Greenberg succeeded his uncle Irving as CEO of Minto Group in 1991, he knew running the family business was never going to be a one-person job.
For the past four seasons, Bernie Ashe’s 24-7 responsibilities meant Redblacks game nights were work nights for the chief executive of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.