Elizabeth Audette-Bourdeau

After a stretch of sky-high valuations for privately held technology companies, record-setting deals and bullish stock markets, the winds of change are blowing across the tech landscape.
Ottawa firm that helps retirement and long-term care homes design recreation programs and other activities for seniors says its revenues have risen 1,800 per cent since the start of the pandemic.
Ottawa company says that with just one click, system can determine which staff members and residents came into contact with a person infected with COVID-19, when and for how long.
New contract will see local company's recreation-planning software rolled out in retirement homes across Canada.
Ottawa tech CEOs are joining their counterparts across the province in calling on the Ontario government for immediate relief to maintain the sectors’ operations through the COVID-19 disruptions
Ottawa-based Welbi is adapting its platform to better serve care providers in retirement communities amid increasingly overwhelming circumstances
SoGal's Nickie Shobeiry writes about the experiences of two Ottawa founders pitching in Silicon Valley this past week
From startups to public companies, these local ventures are primed to break through in the new year
We asked about what problems Ottawa executives are facing in growing their tech companies and what, if anything, is holding the sector back
We asked Ottawa tech execs how Shopify's rise has affected the local sector and whether today’s deluge of public companies puts the city at a disadvantage