Zibi

Local politicians and business leaders gathered Tuesday morning to mark the opening of the region’s new district energy system: the Zibi Community Utility (ZCU). 
New site joins a 29,000-square-foot Spaces location that opened last year on the Gatineau side of the Zibi development in former industrial buildings east of Eddy Street.
Company says it is launching a new facility to help the federal government modernize its cloud infrastructure and bolster its network security.
Theia Partners' Jeff Westeinde sees the next few months as a watershed time for the development that straddles both sides of the Ottawa River.
“You have great neighbourhoods, but nobody knows,” marketing guru says during presentation at online conference Friday.
Organizers had hoped 1,400-foot zipline would draw some 30,000 participants in its inaugural year.
Ottawa-Gatineau residents and visitors to the National Capital Region will get the chance to take in an exhilarating new perspective of the Ottawa River and surrounding structures next year
International co-working giant Spaces says it has two more facilities in the works at the Zibi mixed-use waterfront development
Zibi announces separate deal to supply office space to federal government
Even with wet, grey skies, the views from the new observatory tower at Zibi are impressive.