Updated on August 21, 2014 - Dozens of protesters from a group representing low-income Canadians took to the streets of Ottawa Thursday, calling on the country’s largest telecommunications companies to provide cheaper Internet service for Canada’s poor.1
Updated at 09:29 - The city's inflation rate dropped six tenths of a percentage point in July, falling to 2.1 per cent, matching the rate coast to coast..
Updated on August 19, 2014 - The ever-growing concept of co-working is alive and well in the land of the Internet, as was clearly shown at the recent CodeFest 2014 at Carleton University..
Updated on August 20, 2014 - A new outdoor rink at Bayshore Park might mean more fun for residents, but the company that funded the project says it will ultimately be good for its bottom line as well..
Updated on August 15, 2014 - What’s in a name? Well, if you are Ottawa Senators defenceman Chris Phillips and the other four founding partners of Big Rig restaurant and brewery, a lot..
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Updated at 09:39 - Taxes may foster fear and panic among many small and medium-sized businesses owners in Canada, but a new government initiative aims to make them less of a pain in the app..
Updated on June 05, 2014 - Raising money can be a challenge for companies across all sectors, but the defence and security industry faces an additional hurdle as its long sales cycles can scare off some investors..
Updated on August 18, 2014 - What has it taken for Jonas Building Restoration Ltd. to reach the third generation? Attention to detail, quality work and a forthright relationship with clients that has built a sterling reputation throughout the community.