Annual Milken Institute gathering attracted famous names from Tom Brady to Kevin O’Leary to discuss solutions to today’s most pressing issues, writes fellow panellist and Ottawa’s own Janice McDonald
Since the start of this year alone, local employers have collectively hired 21,300 net new staff.
City to allow microbreweries and other small manufacturing operations more leeway to set up shop in retail neighbourhoods
Both companies’ teams will remain “in place,” but Standard Innovation founders Bruce and Melody Murison will no longer be involved in management operations.
With Ottawa’s busy summer tourism season warming up, visitors arriving from both near and far are descending on the National Capital Region.
Ontario voters hand Progressive Conservatives led by Doug Ford a majority.
Ottawa Business Growth Survey sheds light on attitudes, perceptions and plans of local business leaders
Voter turnout was low, with only 10 per cent of the two organizations' members casting a ballot.
A boutique Ottawa law firm that caters to small and medium-sized businesses is joining forces with a Calgary firm in a bid to broaden its expertise and raise its market profile.
Ottawa is gaining economic momentum, Mischa Kaplan says, but the city is also facing challenges that cry out for greater co-operation among its three main business advocacy organizations