Software enterprise is the only Ottawa company on new list of 35 high-growth Canadian tech firms with the best chance of reaching $1 billion in annual revenues based on current growth trends.
Small business owners chat with Desjardins Group about opportunities and pain points.
Today, Weggon Allen is the proud co-owner of Lenz Studio, one of Ottawa’s premiere photo and video studios, but many years ago his life was like something out of a Hollywood movie.
Under the agreement with a limited number of noteholders, the Smiths Falls-based cannabis company will acquire the 4.25 per cent unsecured convertible senior notes due in 2023.
Bright Side of Business: Connected Canadians on a mission to offer all seniors free tech training by 2030Alongside wellness, art and games, organization offers customized one-on-one training and support sessions as well as workplace volunteering programs…
- SPONSOREDAfter four years of forecasting and analysis, the Mrak family saw that locating their new Porsche dealership across the street from where their…
- Co-founder of Ottawa software powerhouse Assent Compliance has a new venture aimed at tackling the planet's growing food sustainability challenges.
Along with injecting nearly $2 billion into Ottawa’s economy, the new hospital will create more than 4,000 full-time jobs over the four-year project, driving about $1.24 billion in labour income.
With the application process for the third cohort of SheBoot now closed, co-founding partners in the program, Invest Ottawa and Capital Angel Network (CAN), have turned their attention to sifting…
Stephen Burnett thinks he has a strategy that will bring an influx of tourists to hard-hit communities along the St. Lawrence River by inviting cruise ships to send passengers ashore to engage with…
For Meredith Salvian, owner and operator of The Perth Cheese Shop, it’s all about the customer experience: even if she has to close her shop doors to make that experience better.
What is it with homemade pies of pretty much any flavour selling for hundreds of dollars at rural charity auctions?
- Stephen Burnett thinks he has a strategy that will bring an influx of tourists to hard-hit communities along the St. Lawrence River by inviting…
- “For me, it’s global domination or nothing. I want it all. We can take this as far as we want to take it," said CEO Alok Ahuja.
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Air Canada is cutting more than 15 per cent of its scheduled flights in July and August as airports face lengthy delays and cancellations amid an overwhelming travel resurgence.
Ng paid tribute to First Nations' businesses and said support would be offered by the government to help these companies, including those from Nunavut and remote communities, access international…
The agency said its consumer price index in May rose 7.7 per cent compared with a year ago, its largest increase since January 1983 when it gained 8.2 per cent and up from a 6.8 per cent increase in…
- This year marks the 25th edition of the awards, which have become widely recognized as the region’s most sought-after business accolade for people under the age of 40.
- "I think we're still embarrassed to admit how profoundly the pandemic has negatively affected mental health and driven people into addictions and other forms of crisis."
- How fitting that "Wabano" means "new beginnings" in Ojibwe during a time when the public is venturing back out into the world, knowing the pandemic is waning and life is returning to normal.
- Excitement high as Forty Under 40 Awards Gala returns to Hilton Lac-Leamy for first time in three years“It doesn’t end tonight; it starts tonight,” OBJ publisher Michael Curran told recipients. "If you’re a recipient here tonight, this is a cohort you belong to.
- After a pandemic-imposed hiatus, the popular food and drink fundraiser for Shepherds of Good Hope made a delicious comeback.