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When Scott Godwin and Luc Vincent left their respective rural towns, neither expected to return to Kemptville, Ontario, years later, to start a business, a life and a community together.
If you live in some of the more rural or remote regions of our province, the topic of high-speed internet access can be a thorny one. This edition of the Eastern Ontario Business Journal Podcast digs…
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For centuries, people have wandered off the beaten path to come to the counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.
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Between its warm vibes, clean air and zero traffic jams, it won’t take you long to realize that in addition to its expansive waterfront vistas and abundant parks, Brockville is a small yet complete…
Former owner of Ottawa 67's saw the potential in OVM and its "great local success story," and seized the business opportunity.
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.
In Eastern Ontario, there are players that are on the leading edge in manufacturing sophistication and innovation. A new cohort of manufacturing workers is rising.
Small businesses across Eastern Ontario, from retail stores to restaurants, proved their resiliency by surviving the lockdowns of a pandemic.
Eastern Ontario is home to some of the most scenic parks, picturesque waterfronts, historic towns and cities and overall attractions. All are beacons to tourists.
Agriculture has been a backbone of Eastern Ontario's economy for generations and today, food processing has an equally important role in the region.