Two years after the automotive giant moved into Kanata, Ford Canada’s chief engineer says the company has doubled its headcount and intends to keep growing in the capital
Ford Motor Co.
An Ontario judge has cleared the way for a class action on behalf of about 300 former employees of BlackBerry Ltd.
The Liberal government is adding $40 million in federal money to a $310.5-million pledge from BlackBerry aimed at supporting the development of self-driving car technologies in Kanata.
Companies continue to struggle finding class-A space in the capital as availability rates fell in Ottawa’s largest office markets in the final quarter of 2018, according to real estate se
A few of Ottawa’s autonomous vehicles players took a road trip to Las Vegas for the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show this week, where the world’s biggest tech companies are convening to sho
The landscape of Ottawa quite literally shifted in 2018 with a number of big real estate deals shaking up the National Capital Region.
Ford’s move to Kanata South’s newest development will see the auto company add more than 300 engineering jobs, according to real estate firm Cominar.
With Kanata’s office vacancy rate at its lowest level in more than a decade, some of the west end’s largest tenants are signing new leases to accommodate growth – setting in motion a stri
A tightening Class-A office market and the exodus of federal government departments from the core are pushing landlords of downtown properties to “get creative” with revamping Ottawa’s aging stock
Ford's decision to discontinue almost all of its car models in North America within two years will leave its Canadian operations intact, since they are focused mainly on sport utility veh