Sports and Entertainment

Some critics say the decision to build a west-end arena is behind the Sens’ failure to sell out playoff games. As Bruce Firestone argues, the Senators would be playing in Anaheim if the then-…
Sens fever may be fun for the city, but it’s also lucrative for local businesses, according to research by Moneris.
Another successful round appears to have finally turned up the heat on playoff fever for the Ottawa Senators.
The Ottawa RedBlacks say tickets for the 2017 Grey Cup are moving at a brisk pace, which is welcome news for the CFL after organizers of the 2016 league championship in Toronto struggled to fill th
In a post on its website, the Ottawa nightclub and music venue thanked its faithful patrons for the fond memories, but said that “uncertain economic times” led to the decision to close its doors on…
As craft brewing continues to grow in popularity, Clocktower Brew Pub is looking to assert itself as the Ottawa original with another expansion downtown and its first in the suburbs.
Years of lobbying for an outdoor NHL game in Canada’s capital, coinciding with the country’s 150th anniversary, came to fruition Friday when league commissioner Gary Bettman officially announced th
The final event in Mayor Jim Watson’s much-touted “hat trick” of marquee Canada 150 spectacles appears close to being a reality.
One of the NHL’s most gifted offensive defencemen, Erik Karlsson is known to hockey aficionados everywhere as the engine that drives the Ottawa Senators’ attack.
In a major executive shakeup with implications for the city’s tourism industry, the Ottawa Senators have replaced team president Cyril Leeder with Tom Anselmi, the former president and chief operat