How do you know you are in deep over your head financially? CTV News’ Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid on five warning signs you need to talk to an expert for help.
Old computers are getting a new life. An Ottawa man is taking donated old tech, and refurbishing it – making it usable for those in need.
SCHOOLS REOPEN IN SOUTH SUDAN AS COVID 19 CASES DROP: TWT NEWS
Intensive care medics in France explained on Sept. 15 how lessons learned from early in the pandemic are leading to changes in how they treat coronavirus patients.
Israel closed its schools on the eve of the Jewish new year on Sept. 17 and returned to online instruction ahead of a second nationwide lockdown.
Flipnote Warrior is a labor of love, but it might need your help to get finished.
As hundreds of people lined up before dawn for a test at the COVID-19 Brewer Assessment Centre, plans are in the works for new drive-thru testing facilities in Ottawa.
When asked by CTV News Ottawa’s Christina Succi if Ottawa is in a second wave, Dr. Vera Etches said “yes.”
From the ByWard Market fire, to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent temporary removal of downtown parking, the last year has been a struggle for some Ottawa businesses downtown.
China Xiangtai Food Co Ltd (NASDAQ:PLIN) President Johnny Wu tells Proactive the group’s subsidiary Chongqing Ji Mao Cang Feed Company Limited (JMC) completed business worth 49 million Chinese renminbi (US$7.2 million) in sales of soybean meal over three months.Wu says the food processing company’s soybean sales were boosted by around 18,000 tons of supply it procured from the China Grain Reserve Corporation’s (Sinograin) Zhenjiang branch office.
Seven-year-old Stella is among several students now isolating for two weeks after someone in her cohort at an Ottawa elementary school tested positive for COVID-19.
Davide Bosio from Shaw and Partners says it’s been a terrific start to the listing process for Miramar Resources, a junior West Australia exploration company. ”We opened up the offer and closed literally on the same day raising $8mln”. Bosio adds that Zebit is still on track to list on the ASX next month and is looking to raise up to $42.9mln. Zebit’s a buy now, pay later platform based in the US.