Kingston Economic Development is partnering with the Digital Main Street Squad, a government-funded program that helps small businesses step up their online offerings.
Family-owned 417 Bus Line Ltd. has about 220 employees who maintain and operate a fleet of 230 vehicles that includes school buses and motor coaches.
Year-old startup helps to arrange the sale and purchase of indoor farms, vertical farming systems and other agriculture services.
Walmart Canada has opened a new 40,000-square-foot warehouse in Cornwall with a state-of-the-art fulfillment system.
A Toronto-based tourism company has invested in the whitewater rapids and rolling hills of the Ottawa Valley with the purchase of two of the prominent tourist attractions.
Local manufacturer specializes in precision metal products such as seamless pipes, tubes and rods for customers in the nuclear, aerospace and defence sectors.
Coca-Cola Canada has announced a $1.5-million investment into a new distribution facility in Kingston.
As cross-border traffic picks up, businesses on both sides of the river are starting to see a return to life before the pandemic.
Beau’s told the Ottawa Business Journal earlier this fall that its revenue dropped by 50 per cent through the pandemic
Living and working away from the rat race of big cities is now being embraced by telecommuters, but those who’ve set up businesses and their lives in Eastern Ontario have known the benefits all along…