During an address at the Mayor's Breakfast on Friday, Mona Fortier said the federal government will be looking for private-sector partners to help it digitize services for a hybrid work world.
Ottawa's tech sector will be 'key' to helping forge feds' future workplace strategy, Treasury Board boss says
While former head of HR at Invest Ottawa loved her time at the economic development agency, she calls technology her true "passion."
Startup that provides health-care training for family members who are looking after patients in their own homes has seen revenues surge 400 per cent during the pandemic.
Mobile app and web portal allow health-care practitioners such as naturopaths, health coaches, dietitians, nutritionists and others to track an array of metrics on a single dashboard.
Co-founder Alida Burke says orders for firm's indoor mini-farms that grow leafy greens and herbs are pouring in as supply chain bottlenecks and surging transportation costs drive up food prices.
The 12,000-square-foot facility in Mitel’s former headquarters at 350 Legget Dr. is slated to open its doors to the public on Thursday.
Startup lands $1.25-million in seed funding for platform designed to cut the time it takes to create corporate training courses from months to days.
Explore how you can help create a more inclusive tech workforce that attracts, develops, and retains more women from every walk of life.
Plan would see autonomous buses run along March Road and Highway 417 as well as an AV shuttle service that would ferry workers around the area's tech park.
The six-week bootcamp, which runs from Sept. 13 to Oct. 23, is designed to help women business leaders secure funding for their startups.