Tourism

People are increasingly seeking out museums as a primary source of information, and in turn leading institutions to think a bit differently about how they do things.
Diners will see Parliament Hill and expereince a whole new level of cuisine at the Sky Lounge this weekend as part of Ottawa 2017 events that are just getting started.
Tourist-oriented maps showing attractions within walking distance can already be found in other Canadian and international cities.
Paper Maple Leaf flags soaked by an early morning downpour quickly turned into makeshift fans to ward off sticky afternoon warmth Saturday as thousands of people squelched and squished th
Ottawa’s largest hotel got a little bit bigger this week as renovations finished on a new glass-enclosed event space that features sightlines of the refurbished National Arts Centre, the
Ottawa residents will have a new air connection to Atlantic Canada starting this fall.
An adrenaline-packed weekend featuring rally cars whipping around paved and dirt roads – and flying through the air – drew more than 12,000 spectators to the Canada Aviation and Space Mus
Wet weather, perception that rooms are sold out have tempered what many hoteliers felt would be a record year, industry leaders say.
Ottawa residents can gain a new window into a rapidly changing Arctic through the Canadian Museum of Nature’s new gallery f
The Bank of Canada is embarking on a new mission with its soon-to-be-opened museum to show people just how much fun monetary policy can be.