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.
Ontario's Liberals and Progressive Conservatives each held their own in two provincial byelections Thursday.
Four years after it opened its doors in the ByWard Market with much fanfare, the Real Sports Bar & Grill suddenly announced it was closing permanently on Wednesday.
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 Causeway Work Centre says it plans to open a new fund early next month aimed at giving residents another option to high-interest payday l
Consumers in the nation’s capital found themselves paying a little bit more for household goods and services last month as the city’s inflation rate accelerated, Statistics Canada reported.
Hydro rates, infrastructure and fostering business growth were on the minds of Ottawa’s business leaders as the Mayor’s Breakfast series welcomed Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.
The owner of the Ottawa Senators officially received the green light to buy an affiliate of the NHL team and move it from New York state to Belleville next year.
Algonquin College says it plans to construct a new learning centre and Institute for Indigenous Entrepreneurship featuring a makerspace for students to experiment with technology and a multimedia p