College education continues to prove itself as a successful entrance into the work force even in an increasingly competitive job market.
The government of Canada is investing $20 million in the Ottawa-based company, Ranovus.
Rideshare company Lyft has announced that they will no longer be offering a split payment option to riders.
Copper Branch is part of a growing number of plant-based restaurants opening in Ottawa. These businesses are catering to the one-in-10 Canadian diners who consider themselves vegan or vegetarian.
It’s unknown how much greenhouse gas is produced by Ottawa’s existing buildings, but one organization is preparing to find out.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford introduced the Buck-a-Beer incentive program in August, but the feasibility of lowering prices is keeping Ontario’s craft breweries on the sidelines.
“If there’s one thing I’ve learned about food truck owners, they care about their communities and wouldn’t miss a chance to be out serving their neighbours after a disaster,” said Toby Vander Steen, founder of Street Food App.
It’s harvest season in Ottawa. Bramble Lea Farm reaps another harvest and a journey starts from the fields and crops to table.
The eviction of more 400 people from the Heron Gate community raises concerns over the future of affordable housing in Ottawa.
Work days starting at 6:00 a.m., the sharp smell of freshly ground beans, and the indisputable scent of bread: this is Stephen Watt’s usual morning at Morning Owl Coffeehouse + Parlour.