Local activists push for guarantee of pension security
Local activists take a stand against the Liberals’ proposed bill that would ease the obligations of federally regulated employers to guarantee retirees’ incomes.
Kanata community braces for court battle over threatened green space
A committee of Kanata residents dedicated to green space protection has formally incorporated to combat the proposed redevelopment of a golf course that would deprive locals of a cherished expanse of greenery.
Aurrigo’s auto-pod shuttle aims to fill a gap in Ottawa’s transportation scene
Aurrigo aims to change how people move around Ottawa with their first and last mile transportation technology.
Neighbours help neighbours at the HighJinx antique store
A small brick antique shop located on Kent St. seems to be a magnet for artifacts and oddities from across the city and around the world. It has also attracted something else…
Ottawa positioned to benefit from growing market for blockchain technology
The city of Ottawa is well-positioned to take advantage of the coming importance of blockchain technology.
Pumped up: Ottawa drivers offer mixed reactions to Day One of federal carbon tax
We test the reactions of drivers to the new carbon levy.
Ottawa businesses have a disconnect when it comes to hiring immigrants, report shows
While businesses say foreign labour is important for Ottawa’s economy, immigrants still face barriers finding a job in the city.
Unemployment rate held steady in December, Statistics Canada reports
The latest Statistics Canada labour survey shows employment numbers going up last year.
Stamp of approval: Chris Green’s passion has become his career
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.
Opening of Manitobah Mukluks’ Rideau Centre pop-up store is about more than warm feet
Manitobah Mukluks opened a pop-up shop in Ottawa’s Rideau Centre on Dec. 8. The store does a lot more than sell footwear.