Ottawa Chamber of Commerce
All the long hours, stress and sacrifices that go into building a business or career finally seemed worth it for the 40 young entrepreneurs and professionals honoured at a business awards dinner he
Members of Ottawa’s two largest chambers of commerce have voted nearly unanimously to merge their operations into a single organization.
Last September, I wrote a piece for this newspaper in which I suggested that Ottawa is currently undergoing a positive transfo
Business and community leaders in Ottawa have assembled as a new task force hoping to put some momentum behind the city’s transformational developments and attract more millennial workers
Two local chambers of commerce have agreed to merge their operations, subject to the approval of their members.
Ottawa’s three chambers of commerce are again considering plans to formally amalgamate, though an upcoming vote may leave one of the regional bodies out of the mix.
As municipal councillors worked to finalize next year’s budget, the head of the Orléans Chamber of Commerce asked the city for more resources to support east-end businesses.
For the past 160 years, the Chamber has been one of the most active and vocal groups participating in the commercial evolution and transformation of our region.
While most of the talk of 2017 anniversaries in Ottawa has been around Canada 150, a local business organization has a decade on the competition.
Three of the city’s largest business organizations have joined a campaign seeking to pre-emptively scuttle changes to the province’s labour laws.