The move comes just weeks after the National Capital Commission came to a principle agreement with the Senators-backed RendezVous LeBreton group to redevelop LeBreton Flats.
The NCC said both sides have agreed on “fair market value” for the property, but the final price tag will be determined only after the costs of cleaning up contaminated land have been established.
Move to LeBreton Flats ‘hopefully’ four or five years away
The team struggled to sell out the building last season, even in the playoffs.
The final event in Mayor Jim Watson’s much-touted “hat trick” of marquee Canada 150 spectacles appears close to being a reality.
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