The city says it will appeal a court decision that awarded a condo developer nearly $4.5 million after a judge ruled there was bad municipal intel about an important water pipe near the west-end construction site. Charlesfort Developments sued the c

Minto Apartment REIT Monday reported revenues of $24.8 million for its second quarter ended June 30 — nearly 18 per cent above the forecast from 13 months ago when the trust launched its initial public offering on the TSX. The sharp rise reflected M

Well, on the face of it this really doesn’t look good. Canopy Growth — the Smiths Falls cannabis products giant — reported a net loss of $1.3 billion on revenues of just $90.5 million for its first quarter ended June 30. But if you drill down

Vars-based apollogreen has received the Health Canada licences it needs to starting using industrial-scale tissue culture to produce millions of starter plants for cannabis growers, the firm announced Thursday. The company will start work on a 5,000

At this point in its young history, Shopify just keeps rolling along. Ottawa’s e-commerce technology giant revealed Thursday it had exceeded second quarter revenue forecasts by a fair margin while operating losses were smaller than expected. I

Kanata software star Kinaxis offered investors a less-than-spectacular financial snapshot Thursday evening. While the company reported a record $247.2 million backlog of orders, good for future business, the company’s second-quarter revenues i

Ottawa’s software gorilla Shopify has made so much noise in the past few years building a global business, it’s been easy to miss the rise of Kinaxis, another software star about to make a statement of its own. Kinaxis, which employs mor

The capital region’s jobless numbers tumbled sharply to 4.8 per cent in July compared to 5.6 per cent in June as Ottawa employers stepped up their hiring, Statistics Canada reported Friday. It’s the first time the unemployment rate has b

Sixteen months after launching a $195-million lawsuit against the federal government over a lost contract, Bronson Consulting founder David Baird finds himself fully stripped of his security clearance, unable to pursue any but the most basic governm

David Baird’s working life these days is consumed by legal minutiae. It began 17 months ago when the company he founded, Bronson Consulting, launched a $195-million lawsuit against the federal government over a lost contract involving the prov

Not quite 40 days after Bruce Linton was unexpectedly dismissed as CEO of Canopy Growth Corp., uncertainty over the company’s next moves is undiminished. The big question is whether the firm’s most important investor — wine, beer and spi

Perhaps it was just a matter of time given the industry’s momentum, but Ottawa’s resale housing market in July posted its second straight month of double-digit gains. Prices for residential homes averaged $487,300 last month, up 10.4 per