"I could not be any happier," longtime Ottawa hotel executive says of his new gig. "I think it’s a great fit.”
Pricing intelligence firm Lytica’s bid to “think bigger” as it pushes into international markets is getting a boost thanks to millions of dollars in new venture capital and government funding.
Crank, which has 39 employees, makes graphical user interface software for more than 250 customers, including Coca-Cola, GE Appliances, John Deere and Nintendo.
Newman joined the Ottawa office of KPMG in 1992 and became an audit partner in 2005.
Kids Can Swim Canada launches first facility in Kanata with plans to open three more locations in Ottawa
Retail shop to serve as community hub by bringing people and nature together through hobby of backyard bird feeding
Terry Matthews, Teron family, Daniel Alfredsson support ForeverGreen Gala to protect Kanata greenspace
Inaugural gala raises funds for Kanata Greenspace Protection Coalition's fight against redevelopment of Kanata Golf and Country Club
By: Sam Cooley Something remarkable happened last year in Kanata’s real estate market.
The University of Ottawa plans to unveil its new collaborative office space in Kanata North this spring, just months after it announced plans to expand to Canada’s largest technology park.
At a nondescript office in a Kanata North business park, Robert Wang is revolutionizing the way North Americans solve the nightly dilemma of what’s for dinner.