An economic malaise running through the nation’s capital may have claimed another victim. Elgin Sports, which is located on the corner of Bank and Albert street, has announced plans to close its doors in the coming weeks. The store, which

Thermal Energy (TSX-V: TMG) investors pushed shares in the Ottawa-based clean-tech company up more than 13 per cent Monday after it reported a dramatic jump in quarterly revenue.

For anyone who has stared at a blank white page trying to figure out how to write an assigned essay for school, two Ottawa entrepreneurs want to help.

Consumer spending for the final three months of 2016 seems to suggest that Ontarians are becoming financially fatigued, a signal that the economy could sputter early in 2017. The trend is similar here in Ottawa, according to local experts, who

Consumer spending for the final three months of 2016 seems to suggest that Ontarians are becoming financially fatigued, a signal that the economy could sputter early in 2017. The trend is similar here in Ottawa, according to local experts, who

Kaleidoscope Kids, a haven for book-loving kids and their parents for a decade, is turning the page with the owners announcing they will close their doors on Bank Street in the Glebe. The announcement from the city’s only children’s book

Steve Cody’s business philosophy is summed up nicely in a quote from auto racing legend Mario Andretti that is featured prominently in Mr. Cody’s Kanata boardroom.

Mr. Reichenberg will lead the development and execution of eSentire’s marketing efforts as it cements its position as a leader in the Managed Detection and Response (MDR) market and expands its reach into new vertical markets and global territories.

The Quebec government announced Thursday morning it is increasing the minimum wage to $11.25 an hour.  Labour Minister Dominique Vien made the announcement Thursday morning at the National Assembly. The minimum salary is currently $10.75. Thursday’s

The city’s committee of adjustment needs time to decide if a developer should be allowed to store BMWs at a future condo site in Little Italy. Mastercraft Starwood wants to let the second-phase site of its SoHo Champagne development in Little

Five towns south of Ottawa are making a hard economic case for keeping their schools open in the face of a provincial push to close half-empty buildings to save money. “With no school, we anticipate that we would have younger families moving out of

Iversoft Studios has made its first-ever acquisition in the form of local gaming studio Jelly Smeared Games, but that’s just the start of what could be a monumental year for the Ottawa app developer.

The Ontario Brain Institute has just opened a call for applicants for the 2017 “ONtrepreneurs” program (Ontario Neurotech Entrepreneurs).  The program supports early-stage entrepreneurs to develop a technology and build a startup related to brain-he
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Spotlight on Local Startups: RVezy

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. When you are regularly touring the startups scene in Ottawa, like I do, you get to meet some of the coolest Founders and learn about their companies! Most recently I caught up with Michael McNaught, the CEO and Founder of RVezy.com and learned a l

Halogen Software shares continued to rise Friday, a day after the Ottawa-based tech company said outside suitors have expressed “significant interest” in acquiring the firm.

On the face of it, the National Capital Region should be looking forward to a breakout year. Not only will we be at the epicentre of the country’s 150th birthday celebrations — with at least 100,000 additional overnight visitors expected this

Halogen Software shares jumped nearly 25 per cent Thursday after the Ottawa-based company said outside suitors have expressed “significant interest” in acquiring the firm.

An Ottawa tech company with the goal of revolutionizing the hearing health industry says it’s raised $6 million in series-A financing that will help it expand sales in North America and Europe.

DragonWave (TSX:DWI, NASDAQ:DRWI) executives said they were disappointed in the company’s third-quarter revenues, a sentiment also expressed by investors who drove its share price down after the Ottawa tech company released its unaudited financial r

A pair of promising Ottawa technology startups have raised a total of $18 million to expand staff levels and refine their products. Clearwater Clinical Ltd. and Klipfolio announced the additional funding to kick off the New Year. Both said they big

Michel Paquet’s company needs all the mobile network coverage it can get.

The return to production of two Ford truck classics could spell great news for Windsor's automotive manufacturing sector, analysts say.

The money, along with up to $408.3 million from Honda, will go toward vehicle-assembly, as well as a new paint shop expected to cut greenhouse gas emissions nearly in half

With employment surging and funding announcements already emerging, 2017 is shaping up to be another big year for Ottawa's tech sector.

The Ottawa businesswoman under investigation by the U.S. Treasury is no longer chair of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, according to a spokesman for the organization. Kenny Leon, who handles communications on behalf of the chamber, confirmed to the