While businesses say foreign labour is important for Ottawa’s economy, immigrants still face barriers finding a job in the city.
The latest Statistics Canada labour survey shows employment numbers going up last year.
Chris Green started collecting stamps as a child. But he never lost the passion and today he runs his own business buying and selling stamps.
Manitobah Mukluks opened a pop-up shop in Ottawa’s Rideau Centre on Dec. 8. The store does a lot more than sell footwear.
It’s the first day of the season to buy a tree in the Byward Market, and it’s cool enough that chunks of snow and ice still hang off the branches of the Balsam and Fraser fir trees lined up along York Street.
Third-year architecture students at Carleton University will be sharing their visions for the Château Laurier addition at an exhibition on Dec. 8 and 9.
In a new report, city staff recommend that Ottawa council should allow the private sale of recreational marijuana.
Boko Bakery closed on Nov. 25, ending 36 years of unique cookies and leaving the lasting legacy of Yoko Sakiyama and her family.
The Allsaints event space is joining with a charitable organization to provide meals for young people in the 118-year-old former Anglican Church in Sandy Hill.
What would making the ByWard Market more pedestrian-friendly mean for businesses, and for shoppers who rely on the cars?