Michael Tremblay

Organization has approved 340 applications and disbursed almost $900,000 over the past month under the Downtown Ottawa Business Relief Fund. 
Ottawa businesses plan to take advantage of the government support available to help them cover costs incurred during the weeks-long trucker convoy protest last month.
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.
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.
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.
Despite the high number of organizations forced to lay off employees, an even higher proportion say they plan to hire new staff
Ten-day pilot project pilot project will see a six-person electric vehicle travel a 1.5-kilometre loop at speeds of up to 15 kilometers per hour.
Facility will feature state-of-the-art electric vehicle charging technology, the latest in 3D printing equipment and drones that can set up 5G networks.
Professional services firm says it's agreed to provide both financial and professional backing to early stage companies at the local innovation hub for up to three years.
Pandemic weighs down business outlook but sparks new opportunities for local economy