Bright side of business

Ross Video has become the first Canadian Compassionate Company (CCC), making it the company many employees want to stay with until retirement.
Ottawa tech firm's employees come from over 30 countries and speak more than 20 languages, including Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, French, Turkish and Mandarin.
Alongside wellness, art and games, organization offers customized one-on-one training and support sessions as well as workplace volunteering programs and workshops.
The auction, called Art For Impact, featured the work of 21 local artists.
Maryna Skobal's parents were set to make the trip from Ukraine to Ottawa for her birthday. But then Skobal’s mother called, telling her that the Russian military invasion of Ukraine had begun.
Giving back to her community "fuels" Catherine Priestman, a passion that has created a bursary that looks for young Inuit women who are staples in their communities.
Ashworth, a former CEO of Habitat for Humanity Greater Ottawa, has always been a nature lover, but little did she know that, one day, she’d take that passion and turn it into a business. 
Fiazza Fresh Fired's charity event series has raised $10,000 to support organizations such as the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa.
Local firm's growing client list now includes community health centres across Ottawa, the City of Ottawa, Amnesty International and the Red Cross.
Brian Montgomery always knew he wanted to run his own café one day — what he didn’t know was that oatmeal would be his ticket to success and his contribution to the community.