Hintonburg

A white-pawed tabby cat named Jax rubs his left side against a burlap table leg, hops up a bookshelf and sprawls out next to a coffee mug.
More stores and restaurants, more cycling infrastructure and more patios — all are part of a vision for the future of Armstrong Street.
A spacious new headquarters in Hintonburg is just one more sign of bigger and better things to come from Ottawa startup Signority in 2017, the firm’s new CEO says.
Ottawa’s cat café entrepreneur has her paws on a location. By Adam Kveton
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
Katrina Barclay is feeling a little uneasy heading into what would normally be a happy Canada Day weekend.
The city’s finance and economic development committee voted unanimously Tuesday to recommend city council designate the Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards a municipal capital facility.