Nearly a dozen other Ottawa organizations also slated to get financial aid as part of $24-million package to help Ontario's cultural sector survive the COVID-19 crisis.
Product is designed to treat life-threatening conditions triggered when the body’s immune system “goes rogue” in response to infections such as COVID-19.
Biotherapeutics Manufacturing Centre at the Ottawa Hospital’s General campus has been turning out cutting-edge therapies for nearly 15 years.
Survey suggests the average small business owner has accrued $170,000 in debt, with businesses in the hospitality, recreation and service sectors most indebted.
Investment highlights how COVID-19 and the increasing prevalence of remote work are changing residential and commercial patterns across Canada.
The accelerator's annual “graduation ceremony” for up-and-coming software-as-a-service startups will once again take place remotely this April – but with a few twists.
Some salons are looking to hire extra help to keep up with the hundreds of bookings that have piled up since January.
Federal department that hosts annual celebration is also seeking bids for a contractor to provide pyrotechnics, fireworks, music and a minimum of 200 drones for a performance on July 1.
“It breaks my heart when I see the people who are suffering the most financially and mental health-wise," veteran marketing expert Michelle Groulx says.
Sing us a song, you're the Piano Man: How Ottawa's Dave Kalil uses music to connect with public, help charities
Local musician live streams weekly show, Take a Break, from home since onset of COVID-19 pandemic