The Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park got a little sweeter Saturday as it played host to Ottawa’s first urban suga
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
Boston Pizza is opening a location in a long-empty Glebe building, according to a provincial liquor licence application.
Forty stores in 40 years. By Jacob Serebrin That’s the plan for Ottawa-based restaurant chain Gabriel Pizza.
Regardless of what happened on the field Sunday night, the Grey Cup was destined for Ottawa in 2017.
Four years after it opened its doors in the ByWard Market with much fanfare, the Real Sports Bar & Grill suddenly announced it was closing permanently on Wednesday.
The federal government has ruled out the possibility of an NHL game on Parliament Hill to close out next year’s celebrations marking Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Retailers in the Glebe now have the option of opening for another six days a year after the Ontario Municipal Board sided with the neighbourhood’s BIA.
After five years as head of Invest Ottawa, Bruce Lazenby vacated the CEO’s chair on June 30.
A long-time festival organizer says Ottawa’s special events bylaw is hurting major events.