In what’s believed to be a first for Ottawa East, consulting firm Doyletech has undertaken a survey of stakeholders in Orléans and the surrounding area to draft a new economic development
The promise of light rail is in the air – but Orléans business leaders say that without a major east-end employer, the trains won’t be enough to keep the borough up to speed with the rest
It’s known as Ottawa’s construction industry night on the town.
When Annie first learned she had been chosen to become a Habitat for Humanity homeowner, she was in the car taking her son, Hunter, to daycare.
An Ottawa developer is looking to add a grocery store, restaurant, gas station and other retail shops in a fast-growing corner of the city’s eastern suburbs.
A talented workforce, relatively high household income and a strong sense of community are among the reasons several Ottawa entrepreneurs say they chose Orléans as the location to launch and expand…
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Top employers know their organization’s success depends on having an engaged and collaborative workforce.
In 2017, the Orléans Chamber of Commerce grew by over 40 percent and now has nearly 240 members
As municipal councillors worked to finalize next year’s budget, the head of the Orléans Chamber of Commerce asked the city for more resources to support east-end businesses.