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.
The collaboration will advance market entry into the U.S. or Canada for entrepreneurs and business leaders through the Soft-Landings Program, which encourages cross-border partnerships.
Jacqueline Collier recently became the second woman to head up the Kingston Home Builders Association (KHBA) since the group’s inception in 1954. She already knows what one of her priorities will be.
Going back more than 15 years, tall, ungainly, otherworldly industrial wind turbines have been springing up on Ontario’s rural landscape, churning controversy in their wake.
From small community services to large non-profits, Eastern Ontario's non-profit organizations play their own role in driving economic and social change and development.
In Eastern Ontario, there are players that are on the leading edge in manufacturing sophistication and innovation. A new cohort of manufacturing workers is rising.
Li-Cycle’s new Centre of Excellence will be established in the Kingston Business Park. The city has fast-tracked the development planned for the business park to accommodate Li-Cycle’s growth.
Small businesses across Eastern Ontario, from retail stores to restaurants, proved their resiliency by surviving the lockdowns of a pandemic.
Innovative technology is not just the domain of Ottawa’s “Silicon Valley North.” This mature industry, whose roots are in Ottawa, has grown beyond the capital’s borders and now finds itself in…
Kingston manufacturers will be able to access a new monthly trade webinar series designed to help their businesses grow and explore global markets.