First the good news. The region’s economy is expected to put on a good show this year in keeping with the spirit of the Canada 150 celebrations. The value of all goods and services produced in the capital this year should climb 2.3 per cent ex

Two years after Don Powell and a multitude of technology consultants were acquitted of 60 charges of rigging bids to win technology contracts with the federal government, Powell on Thursday launched a $30-million civil claim against government inves

The capital region jobless rate jumped to 5.7 per cent in May from 5.3 per cent in April, reflecting a net loss of 800 jobs combined with 3,200 new entrants. The biggest gainer by sector in the job market was wholesale and retail workers, with a net

BROCKVILLE — Nearly 500 jobs will be lost within three years after Procter and Gamble announced Thursday it will close its Brockville operations as early as 2020. Employees of the Brockville site were informed of the company’s decision at

Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit is looking for new details relating to the death of a 43-year-old man who apparently shot himself after receiving a call from police earlier this month.   The SIU said the incident occurred in the aft

Antoine Paquin, who died earlier this week, will forever be remembered as the computer systems engineer who introduced Ottawa's tech community to California's Silicon Valley.

The province’s plans to increase minimum wage to as much as $15 per hour by 2019 will see wages paid to entry level workers rise faster than they have in more than four decades. A Postmedia analysis of minimum wages paid to Ontario workers sin

The average price for residential properties in Ottawa sold in May jumped 7.4 year over year to $436,600, the Ottawa Real Estate Board reported Friday.

Veteran Ottawa concert promoter Ken Craig joins the national company.