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IO Accelerator stories: CybernetIQ

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  CybernetIQ is a software development company focused on building the next generation of cyber defense products.  Their flagship product, the Control Layer Assessment Works (CLAW) platform changes the way cyber security analysts detect and def

As tensions heat up between Beijing and Ottawa, a small but critical business unit that employs about 300 people here in the capital hangs in the balance. Huawei has had a significant presence in Ottawa’s technology cluster since 2008. Its off

At first glance, Ottawa’s resale market for condominiums looked to be on fire in November. The average price for condos sold across the city jumped 11.1 per cent year-over-year to $285,800 on average, according to data compiled by the Ottawa R

There’s a warm mulled-wine kind of feeling you get whenever you see a friend or family member’s eyes light up after opening a gift you’ve given, and it’s clear you chose the perfect sweater/book/bottle/widget. But what if you could also make ANOTHER
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LeBreton: the options on the table

Posted 12 days ago by OttWatch in category Ottawa Citizen with 0 Comments 

The National Capital Commission has one more chance to get the LeBreton Flats project right following the eruption of a legal war between Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk and Trinity Development founder John Ruddy. The businessmen are partners in

It’s the big question at the heart of the $700-million lawsuit launched Nov. 23 by Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk. Why would Trinity Development founder John Ruddy — the target of that suit and one of the city’s most experienced rea

Beside a wall of his Gatineau warehouse, J.R. Chardon keeps more than 9,000 wine glasses. Neatly boxed and stacked, the glasses are the property of the Ottawa Wine and Food Festival. But Chardon has had them for more than a year, since the end of th

The Ottawa Board of Trade on Wednesday released a stern statement urging the City of Ottawa and the National Capital Commission to make the redevelopment of LeBreton Flats a priority. The statement was issued hours after the Board of Trade hosted a

It was a startling omission. For half an hour last Thursday, board members of the National Capital Commission spoke in favour of a resolution that would give RendezVous LeBreton’s two main partners — Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk and Tri

Content author by Simmi Mangat, Patent Agent, Marks & Clerk It’s an exciting time to be in Ottawa again! You can feel the energy at all the entrepreneurship events in the nation’s capital. At the turn of the last century, Ottawa was a high-tech

You can’t say we weren’t warned. Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk openly mused last summer about the risks in the $4-billion project to remake LeBreton Flats. His job was to finance the construction of a new $600-million arena — the c

For the better part of two years, John Criswick was in constant pain. “There were times when I was completely immobilized,” the Ottawa entrepreneur says. “I wouldn’t know from day to day how it was going to feel.” His m

Quote from the CEO: “It’s an incredible time to be in the TV industry, with changes happening every day. We’re building the future of TV, and we couldn’t have a better team on board to help us lead this exciting charge.” –  J

If investors were hoping to gain significant insight into the rollout of the recreational marijuana market in the financial results of the country’s three largest cannabis company, they came away disappointed. What they did see was an industry

Invest Ottawa Facilitates Global Expansion That Promises to Deliver Economic and Social Benefits in Canada’s Capital (Ottawa, November 13, 2018) – Motitech, a Bergen Norway-based company that develops technology to help older adults and indivi

Big changes are coming to the Ottawa international airport, with a $25-million renovation inside the terminal that will see a new and expanded food court and retail space, and the relocation of passenger screening to the third floor of the building.

Two men were charged Tuesday with a string of break-ins in the city’s east end, Ottawa police said. The arrests followed a police investigation into a series of break-ins involving businesses in the Walkley Road, Heron Road and Alta Vista Driv

With a goal of “Making Work Happier”, Desk Nibbles was created in 2016 to provide an easy and innovative snacking service for the workplace. How do they do it? First, they learn about your team and it’s snacking needs – any dietary restrictions, tas

Ottawa police said Tuesday they had charged six people with “numerous provincial offences” under new provincial cannabis legislation that requires retailers to be licensed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. Police said they

Shopify Inc. will ban some right-wing organizations from its service after accusations from activists, such as Canadian non-profit group North99, that it was supporting hate-promoting groups. The Ottawa-based e-commerce company tweaked its rules to

Despite sharp declines in the number of real estate listings across Ottawa, the average price for residential homes sold in October increased only modestly compared with a year earlier while condominiums fetched only marginally more than they did in

Invest Ottawa, lead economic development agency for Canada’s Capital, Ville de Gatineau, ID Gatineau and IN-SEC-M, the national non-profit industry cyber organization, today announced the official launch of a joint marketing strategy that aims to at

The Ottawa Senators Hockey Club said it has secured a $30 million short-term credit line with BMO Bank of Montreal’s corporate finance division. The hockey club said the five-year loan will be used to give the team access to short-term credit as wel

Ordinarily, this would be a very big deal.  The day after Ottawa’s civic elections, software company Assent Compliance revealed it had raised $130 million from investors to finance future growth — one of this year’s biggest equity invest

After the shock comes the wait. Five weeks after tornadoes ransacked parts of the capital region, victims are left to ponder their fate and why it seems to take so long to return to normal. “We’re used to working 12-hour days,” say