In all the great songs written about pot, from Bob Marley’s Kaya to John Prine’s Illegal Smile, none have ever dealt with the problem of there being too much weed. As legalization looms on the Canadian horizon, suppliers concerned about not being ab

Invest Ottawa advisor, Ron Gagnier, has been helping get projects off the ground for decades; helping turn innovation into commercialization. In this three-part series, Ron walks through the do’s and don’ts of product development and chats with an I

Perhaps it was the heat and humidity, but momentum slowed in Ottawa’s housing market in August. The average price for residential properties sold through the Multiple Listing Service climbed a relatively modest 3.1 per cent year over year to $

Invest Ottawa sees thousands of entrepreneurs every year, all with an endless amount of ideas. But not all ideas are made equal, and the reality is, most will never be commercialized. So how can an entrepreneur increase the chances of turning a busi

This blog is provided by Invest Ottawa’s proud sponsor, Nelligan O’Brien Payne, as part of our Expert Series. View the full series here.  The three most common types of business entities in Ontario are sole proprietorships, partnerships and co