Ottawa

Ottawa

Capital city of Canada

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February 3, 2020
Scotiabank donates $750,000 to University of Ottawa to launch ethical AI initiative

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High Tide Inc.
April 16, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
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The Canadian Press
April 12, 2021
news.google.com
OTTAWA -- The federal government is expecting Moderna to make good on a previously promised batch of 855,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses that were expected last...
Science X staff
April 12, 2021
phys.org
Deep in a Jamaican cave is a treasure trove of bat poop, deposited in sequential layers by generations of bats over 4,300 years.
The Canadian Press
April 8, 2021
CTVNews
Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau says Ottawa is looking at expanding the categories of essential workers allowed to travel across the Canada-U.S. border.
Barbara Shecter
March 26, 2021
financialpost
Despite Facebook's pledge, 'legislation is the only way to ensure publishers are fairly compensated,' the head of News Media Canada said
The Canadian Press
March 25, 2021
CTVNews
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that the national price on pollution is entirely constitutional, upholding a pivotal piece of the Liberal climate-change plan.
The Canadian Press
March 25, 2021
CTVNews
The Supreme Court of Canada's ruling that the federal carbon price is constitutional raises questions about Canada's ongoing ability to compete with other energy producers around the world, according to one oil and gas expert.
Simon Hattenstone
March 13, 2021
the Guardian
He earned a fortune at Goldman Sachs, but now the banker wants the financial sector to reassess its values and tackle the climate emergency
Geoffrey Morgan
March 8, 2021
financialpost
Alberta believes the plan will reduce emissions by 30 mega tonnes by 2030 -- equivalent to an 11 per cent reduction of its total emissions
Geoffrey Morgan
March 5, 2021
financialpost
Alberta views the difference in the fight for Keystone XL and Line 5 as a reflection of Ottawa's willingness to fight for the interests of Ontario and Quebec
Special to Financial Post
March 4, 2021
financialpost
Pinning our hopes for an innovation awakening on Ottawa has been a mistake. We need to change the conversation
Larysa Harapyn
March 4, 2021
financialpost
CIBC Chief Economist Avery Shenfeld speaks about what to expect with the economy still in critical care from the pandemic
Geoffrey Morgan
February 23, 2021
financialpost
Legal scholars say Alberta's case against Bill C-69 will likely wind its way into the country's highest court
The Canadian Press
February 19, 2021
CTVNews
Ottawa says it intends to guarantee the right to work in French within all federally regulated private businesses with more than 50 employees in Quebec and in predominantly French-speaking communities across Canada.
globalnewsdigital
February 11, 2021
Global News
The triangular, metal frame platform can hold up to 30 marine sensor devices and will sit on the seabed and be connected onshore through a data and communications cable.
The Canadian Press
February 6, 2021
CTVNews
Canadian banks should have to disclose data related to race, gender, income and neighbourhoods to ensure more equitable access to credit and loans, say organizations representing racialized and Indigenous business owners who want Ottawa to step in.
Mark Villani
January 21, 2021
Calgary
Alberta's premier is touting the idea of a Canada-U.S. trade war if President Joe Biden doesn't revisit his decision to cancel the permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Meagan Simpson
January 19, 2021
BetaKit
Rewind has closed a $19 million CAD ($15 million USD) Series A round of financing as it looks to capitalize on and expand its "backup-as-a-service" business.
Dave Charbonneau
January 16, 2021
Ottawa
With Ontario's stay-at-home order now in effect, small businesses are facing yet another challenge to staying afloat.
The Canadian Press
January 12, 2021
CTVNews
Canada's airlines welcomed the appointment of Omar Alghabra as the new federal minister of transport today in a statement that emphasized the industry's continued challenges.
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