COVID-19

Pandemic is forcing businesses down one of four paths, writes Walter Robinson: death, pivot, re-tool or paralysis.
Ottawa’s office leasing market is “holding up relatively well” despite the recent economic downturn, one of Ottawa’s leading commercial brokers says.
Ottawa’s main tourism marketing agency will receive millions of dollars in federal funding as part of a campaign to kickstart the beleaguered hospitality industry.
Government is expected to announce today that it will amend the Employment Standards Act, which requires businesses to terminate employees who have been laid off for 13 weeks.
Mayor says campaign will target local residents as well as visitors from nearby cities such as Kingston and Montreal.
One-third of respondents in recent poll said they previously didn’t think RVing was right for them but would now consider it.
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As the spread of COVID-19 shows signs of slowing locally, a team of researchers at the University of Ottawa is already experimenting with a new method for detecting future outbreaks in the National
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Practical tips on how to recall laid-off employees and learn what health and safety issues employers now face as well as how to navigate the unique needs of employees who are suddenly caring for…
Firms build up their arsenal of AI technology as they transition from providing tax and accounting services to using data analytics software to help clients forecast sales and track spending.
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The top three things to remember when negotiating rent relief due to COVID-19