COVID-19

Ottawa sporting retailers work to keep up with demand for ski equipment as public looks to escape to the outdoors
Mark Kaluski says the province needs to crack down on big-box retailers such as Costco and Walmart if it really wants to get the virus under control.  
'Most people would agree cramming 6,000 people into one confined space is not a good idea at this time,' mayor says.
Without discounting the real-world hardship created by COVID-19, the economic impact of the pandemic could eventually be viewed as largely positive when it comes to competitiveness.
Calabogie Peaks, Mount Pakenham say they stand to lose millions of dollars in revenue due to provincially mandated closures while Quebec resorts remain open.
E.R. Fisher Menswear, Sukhoo Sukhoo Khooture, Chapeaux de Madeleine adapting to restrictions on social gatherings, work-from-home trends
Tech sector’s relative strength may help it address its long-standing labour shortage by attracting students to the industry.
Publicly traded Ottawa tech enterprise has seen its revenues nosedive during the pandemic.
Ottawa software startup that posted nearly 600 per cent revenue growth in 2020 is projecting a similar surge in sales over the next 12 months.
Travel agents say they see an important role for themselves as guides for their customers in a confusing and rapidly changing landscape.