There was a dignified excitement in the air as elected officials, municipal employees and business representatives gathered to network, showcase and learn from one another.
Is the era of the big box retailer coming to a close? At least two small businesses in Kemptville think so, and there appears to be research to back them up.
The Ontario East Municipal Conference is making a comeback to its original in-person format after two pared-down virtual years.
Airports in Kingston, Cornwall and Arnprior will be able to upgrade their facilities after the announcement of a $2.8-million non-repayable contribution from the federal government.
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.
Three-year-old Ottawa-based agri-tech startup is already selling leafy greens in more than 40 Farm Boy stores in Ontario as well as Massine’s Your Independent Grocer and McKeen Metro Glebe.
Real estate firm's 10-year plan for the 75-acre property on the St. Lawrence River includes as many as 2,000 residential units, a new 150-room hotel and a botanical garden.
Large tenants could start looking at properties in other markets along the St. Lawrence Seaway to address surging demand for warehousing and storage facilities, new report from Colliers says.
Located a little more than an hour’s drive southeast of the nation’s capital, Cornwall offers all the amenities of a medium-sized city, but it’s also brimming with small town charm.
From small community services to large non-profits, Eastern Ontario's non-profit organizations play their own role in driving economic and social change and development.