Google Canada's downtown Toronto office occupies seven floors and pays homage to Canadian artists and neighbourhoods.
Founders and sisters Myriam and Romy Belzile-Maguire just launched a new retail shop in the Nolita neighbourhood.
Tenants come from a range of industries including tech, engineering and architecture, and can rent desks or a private room.
The founders of Smythe, Andrea Lenczner and Christie Smythe, regularly frequent Toronto's Queen Street West neighbourhood for lunch.
Calgary-based Re+U created a backyard shed office that fits seamlessly into urban outdoor spaces and costs much less than a home extension.
The office decor inside the workspace fosters collaboration as well as quiet work, allowing staff to work as they see fit.
Against the backdrop of a former steel city, the state-of-the-art Eltuek Arts Centre is giving hope to the local creative community.
Barbora Samieian co-founded the furniture brand Sundays to make the shopping experience easier—and less overwhelming.
One of Omar Gandhi's most striking designs is the Peggy’s Cove viewing deck, which dangles over the rocks and waves below.
In a battered industry beset by toxic behaviour, a people-first approach is rare—and refreshing. Here's why Gusto 54 landed the #9 spot on the New Innovators List in 2022.
Michael Lublin, founder of Chainsmoker restaurants couldn’t expand his operations throughout southern Ontario without the help of BMO’s tailored banking support.
After the worst days of the pandemic, profitability has largely bounced back for the luxe hospitality market.