The makers of a unique metal powder developed in Ottawa are feeling light on their feet after an $8-million cash injection from a federal government fund this week
Gatineau-based cannabis company Hexo announced Friday it plans to raise $20 million from institutional investors as the company looks to rebound from a disappointing end to 2019
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Annual benefit draws sold-out crowd for neighbourly night of food and drinks at Glebe Community Centre
- The company says work to scale up to commercial production is not complete and it is delaying the launch date while it completes the final steps
- Commuters heading home Thursday afternoon on the Confederation Line should be prepared for delays as a train has stalled at St. Laurent Station with…
- SPONSOREDuOttawa's Telfer School of Management co-op program gives students the skills to build business success
Partnership between college and Ottawa businesses allows entrepreneurs to retain intellectual property, access government financing
An Ottawa-based firm that has landed millions of dollars in funding to develop an alternative to antibiotic-based livestock feed has begun trading on a U.S. stock exchange
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- An overview of NCC’s Sustainable Development Strategy will be presented along with ongoing initiatives and current projects
- The search is on again for the next cohort of young business leaders making a difference and building companies in the National Capital Region.
- Despite a wave of new projects, local developers say they have no plans to scale back apartment construction in 2020 as demand for units continues to…
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Air Canada unveiled Wednesday its first Airbus A220 jetliner, one of an eventual 45 it aims to let loose on the North American market
Business leaders, community partners team up with players to improve the lives of children across Eastern Ontario and West Quebec
Business confidence in Canada has edged higher as global trade tensions have eased, but the Prairies, hard hit by a drop in energy prices, continue to remain a weak spot