Ottawa Chamber of Commerce

Municipal councillor disagrees with suggestion that the city has neglected Orléans.
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For the past 160 years, the Chamber has been one of the most active and vocal groups participating in the commercial evolution and transformation of our region.
While most of the talk of 2017 anniversaries in Ottawa has been around Canada 150, a local business organization has a decade on the competition.
Three of the city’s largest business organizations have joined a campaign seeking to pre-emptively scuttle changes to the province’s labour laws.
Ernst and Young’s Ian Sherman has been named the acting chair of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, filling the role left vacant by Marie Boivin.
For 20 straight years, the Ottawa Business Journal has been honouring the top 40 professionals under the age of 40 to highlight the talent within the National Capital Region.
Robust construction activity, an expanding federal government and an influx of visitors attending Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations will help Ottawa-Gatineau’s economy expand at its fastest p
With nearly 98 per cent of Canadian businesses employing fewer than 100 people, it’s not hard to see why SMEs are the driving force behind the economy, contributing more than half of the country’s
Hydro rates, infrastructure and fostering business growth were on the minds of Ottawa’s business leaders as the Mayor’s Breakfast series welcomed Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.
Three years ago, when Ross Video purchased a Florida-based sports production firm, CEO David Ross made a bold prediction.  “We’re just getting started,” he told OBJ in 2013.