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Ottawa’s population has increased faster than Canada as a whole over the last five years, but rapid growth in Alberta unseated the capital as the country’s fourth-largest metropolitan area, census
After hitting a record high in November, the number of people working in the National Capital Region dipped slightly last month as employers shed 500 jobs, Statistics Canada said Friday.
The annualized inflation rate in Ottawa ticked downwards last month, part of a national trend driven by lower food prices, Statistics Canada said Thursday.
One of the biggest workplace fundraising campaigns in Canada will fall short of its $19-million goal this holiday season, and the Grinch in the works is the federal pay system that handles most of
The federal government’s local hiring binge continued for a second straight month, pushing the number of people working in Ottawa-Gatineau to an all-time high, Statistics Canada reported Friday.
Mere hours after Donald Trump was named the surprise winner of yesterday’s divisive presidential election, several Ottawa immigration lawyers say they’re already fielding calls from U.S.
Employers in the National Capital Region collectively went on a hiring binge in October, adding 3,900 employees to their payrolls, Statistics Canada reported Friday.
With the number of Airbnb rentals in Ottawa proliferating, the city’s hoteliers association says it’s increasing pressure on government officials to introduce licensing requirements for t
The federal government is forbidding the construction of new embassies on Ottawa's Sussex Drive following a stark RCMP assessment of the potential for "violent events" in the high-profile neighbour
Employers in the National Capital Region collectively trimmed their payrolls for the second straight month in September, Statistics Canada reported Friday.