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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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Special to Financial Post
September 28, 2021
financialpost
Contrary to the campaign rhetoric, money is not the problem in Canada's health-care system. Rather it's how we've structured it
The Canadian Press
September 26, 2021
CTVNews
In the last budget, Ottawa pledged close to $650 million over five years for the Pacific Salmon Strategy Initiative unveiled in June, but few details have been released about how the money would be spent on salmon recovery plans.
Geoffrey Morgan
September 22, 2021
financialpost
Companies brushing up on Liberal platform in bid to engage re-elected government
Diane Francis
September 17, 2021
financialpost
The Trudeau Liberals have a track record of dismal leadership, yet this country has so much talent and potential
The Canadian Press
September 11, 2021
CTVNews
The Liberal government has directed a state-owned Chinese telecommunications firm to divest its stake in a Canadian subsidiary over national security concerns, prompting a court challenge of the order.
Diane Francis
September 10, 2021
financialpost
The contrast between O'Toole and Trudeau couldn't be any starker and is why the Conservative leader is overtaking the prime minister
Diane Francis
September 3, 2021
financialpost
The Liberals have permitted fortunes to be made by those who facilitate these massive financial flows that have harmed all Canadians
Pamela Heaven
September 1, 2021
financialpost
Get ready for even higher prices
Special to Financial Post
August 25, 2021
financialpost
Federal politicians of all stripes have decided it's easier to spend today and defer the cost of that spending to future generations by borrowing
William Watson
August 24, 2021
financialpost
How much is there to know about the relation between pet violence and people violence, and once you've been trained in the connection, how often do you need...
Stefanie Marotta
August 6, 2021
financialpost
Meanwhile, other countries have already blazed ahead, and Canadian fintechs say they are losing opportunities
The Canadian Press
July 29, 2021
CTVNews
The federal government says it raised $8.9 billion in a licence auction for a key band of 5G wireless spectrum in results announced this afternoon.
Maria Weisgarber
July 23, 2021
British Columbia
Subsidies to help with wages and rents have been a lifeline for many small businesses during the pandemic - but they're starting to be phased out.
The Canadian Press
July 20, 2021
CTVNews
The C.D. Howe Institute says 70 to 75 per cent of Canadian passenger auto sales will have to be zero-emission vehicles by 2030 in order to achieve the federal government's emissions targets.
Bianca Bharti
June 21, 2021
financialpost
'When rates go up, that affordability will disappear very, very quickly,' said Charles St-Arnaud
Science X staff
June 1, 2021
phys.org
The University of Ottawa's Positive Energy program released new survey results showing that a large segment of the Canadian public does not trust the courts to settle disputes over energy projects or climate policy. The survey was conducted by Positive Energy's official pollster, Nanos Research.
Jeremiah Rodriguez
May 25, 2021
CTVNews
Indigenous people, low-income Canadians and those living in rural Ontario and Quebec are disproportionately hit by Greyhound Canada pulling out of the country, advocates say.
Tom Blackwell
May 25, 2021
nationalpost
'So far, the Canadian government hasn't shown an inclination to talk to us about purchasing Canadian," said Brad Sorenson, CEO of Providence Therapeutics
The Canadian Press
May 18, 2021
CTVNews
Canadian business leaders are calling on the federal government to lay out a clear and predictable plan for reopening the economy as the country's vaccination rollout gains speed.
May 12, 2021
@FinancialTimes
Canada's 'minister of everything' is pinning her hopes on a consumer-led rebound from Covid-19 setbacks
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