The park’s roads remain closed to motorists, with the anticipated reopening date of May 4 postponed.
While last year’s event was free, organizers are charging an admission fee of $20.
New Hilton lodgings are set to open this fall at the site of the former National Hotel & Suites at 361 Queen St.
Local tourism agency says an estimated 41,000 Chinese nationals visited Ottawa last year, a number it expects to grow.
The growth was entirely concentrated in domestic travellers and came despite U.S. and other international passenger volumes sinking to the lowest level since 2008.
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Bluesfest is one of Ottawa’s most popular annual festivals and typically attracts more than 300,000 attendees, including thousands of out-of-town guests.
In one of his last appearances in Ottawa before he retires, the creative nerve centre behind Ottawa 2017 heaped praise on the event that he says helped Ottawa shake off its quiet reputation.