'This has not been a good partnership for the city.'
Traditional video surveillance may be a well-established market, but March Networks is capitalizing on the industry's growing interest in the hidden data that video can provide.
Like no other bike race in town, the criterium offers something for everyone. Fast-paced action, block party vibes and family-friendly activities – including kids races!
- A roundup of the top government contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements awarded to companies with a local presence between May 21 and 25.
- Birch Bark Coffee is purchasing and installing a water purifier in an Indigenous community for every 40 bags of coffee it sells.
- Fraser, a backbencher in the Liberal government, was first elected in a byelection in 2013
Ottawa’s hot economy continues to add jobs month after month, leading to the region’s tightest labour market in a generation.
Ottawa-based firm sells equipment that captures and reuses heat from the exhaust and steam traps of large buildings, cutting energy use and emissions.
- City to allow microbreweries and other small manufacturing operations more leeway to set up shop in retail neighbourhoods
- Taggart grew the family business into a multimillion-dollar operation that now manages more than 800,000 square feet of retail and commercial space…
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Boards of directors are always looking for good people. It may be in the public sector, the private, or with a non-profit organization. But a lot has changed in recent years.
Executives hope to raise prices on some routes in the coming weeks.
Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal are Canadian candidate host cities.