Achieving housing affordability for everyone in Canada will require developers to become more productive and make full use of land holdings to build more housing, CMHC says.
StatsCan said employers were seeking to fill more than one million positions at the beginning of March, up 22.6 per cent from February and 60.5 per cent from the prior year.
A new report says digital technology has become so widespread at such a rapid pace that Canadians have little idea what information is being collected about them or how it is used.
Even as gas prices hit record highs, Canadians are fanning out across the country for fresh travel experiences after two years of bottled-up demand.
The federal government plans to spend more than a half-billion dollars to fix supply chain issues, but experts say it falls far short of the kind of comprehensive strategy that's needed.
Why would a restaurant in Ottawa open a second location in Vegas? That is a very good question. It was a gamble. I’ll tell you the story and maybe, just maybe, it will all make sense.
For a minority of people who suffer serious, life-altering injuries while participating in high-risk activities, the wording of waivers can have huge, lifelong implications.
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.
A Quebec First Nation has filed a lawsuit seeking aboriginal title over much of downtown Ottawa, including Parliament Hill.
Shares of Ottawa-based CannaRoyalty Corp.