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Leonard M. Gold has joined Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l. as a foreign legal consultant. Mr.
Amid the celebrations Thursday night at the Westin Hotel, where more than two dozen local residents and companies were feted at the Best Ottawa Business A
Mere hours after Donald Trump was named the surprise winner of yesterday’s divisive presidential election, several Ottawa immigration lawyers say they’re already fielding calls from U.S.
One of the true titans of Ottawa’s “golden generation” of high-tech leaders, Michael Potter took a small consulting company named Quasar Systems, renamed it Cognos and built it into the city’s pree
Ottawa-based You.i TV has hired its first chief operations officer, but the man stepping into the role says it’s not really a new position.
Clothing retailer Aeropostale is shuttering all its stores in Canada, as it files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S.
Canada will break a record without kicking a ball at the Women's World Cup.  
Newly minted CFL commissioner Jeffrey Orridge says once younger Canadians are exposed to his league, they'll be hooked.
The Canadian monitor for insolvent Nortel Networks is appealing last month's US$1.01-billion court-approved interest settlement that puts most of the company's remaining money into the hands credit
A local cloud security startup is ready to offer $100,000 to anyone who can crack its code.