Ottawa entrepreneurs have aimed their quirky, made-in-Canada fashion accessories at young professionals ages 18 to 35. But with so many ways to grow, they aren’t sure what to do next
May 20, 2015
In 2012, staff began to realize the digital potential of the short history films, commissioning new ones for both online and TV
May 12, 2015
Patients take pictures of their feet and Wiivv Wearables’s software produces orthotics that are priced somewhere between drugstore insoles and expensive, podiatrist-designed pairs
May 06, 2015
Kiesza and Magic! lead nominations
Mar 15, 2015
Regular savings, budgeting, discipline and limiting debt are the basics of any retirement account, but many Canadians aren’t complying
Feb 12, 2015
National Arts Centre retrofit to make performing arts space a more welcoming ‘living room for the city’
Feb 02, 2015
Game maker lets users keep playing from device to device and has many games in its arsenal. But can it compete against larger rivals?
Dec 10, 2014
Inteluma sells smart systems that turn energy-efficient LED lights on and off as needed. But how can CEO Rob Ziola persuade commercial customers to give his small business a chance?
Nov 26, 2014
Newly autonomous, the province’s English- and French-language schools aim to help grads gain marketable skills
Nov 10, 2014
Ms. Crombie, a former Liberal MP and city councillor replaces long-time mayor Hazel McCallion
Oct 27, 2014
Josh O'Kane writes about personal finance, small business and growth strategies for The Globe and Mail in Toronto. Since joining the paper in 2011, he has covered investing, business and national news, telling stories from New Brunswick to Nairobi; for good measure, he also spent several months as weekend overnight editor of globeandmail.com.
Josh holds degrees in chemistry, psychology and journalism, and has previously written for the Saint John Telegraph-Journal, Here Magazine, Exclaim! Magazine, OpenFile.ca, the Canadian University Press and the Toronto Star.