The luxury canal houseboat purveyor responded to the pandemic in a way that not only preserved but also expanded its market while much of the travel and tourism industry floundered.
Although the Village of Carp is not far outside of downtown Ottawa, at times it can feel a million miles away from the bustle of city life.
Today on the Eastern Ontario Business Journal Podcast, Phil Gaudreau speaks to experts who offer up valuable tools, programs and incentives for employers looking to hire.
“We decided to go our own route because we didn’t see progress moving fast enough,” Rideau Lakes Mayor Arie Hoogenboom said.
The Post Office Cocktail Bar in Smiths Falls, a "labour of love," opened less than a month ago, tucked into the basement of the old post office, circa 1894.
Marquee attractions and a walkable, relaxed core make Kingston the perfect setting for in-person business events.
Proud co-owner Phil Audet says complete reliance on solar power makes ArBru, located just outside Mallorytown, one-of-a-kind in Canada.
Self-care is not selfish. It’s integral to our well-being and ability to live long, active lives.
“Our passion is not just to make an electric boat, it’s to make a better boat and, in doing so, to cleanse the waterways of the world and restore tranquility to our beautiful waters,” says CEO.
Opening during the pandemic was stressful, admits Ranelle Larocque, owner of Queen Bee Millinery in Perth, but as it turned out, her timing was just right.