Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group
Owners of RedBlacks, Fury and 67’s launch charitable arm led by former TD Bank exec Barresi
The revamped Lansdowne is not yet turning a profit for the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, with the city’s partners in the redevelopment seeing a $14.4 million loss la
Despite a successful CFL season that saw Lansdowne Park draw more visitors and revenue in 2016, its operators say the price of victory deepened the venue’s net losses on the year.
Kick Off For Kids raises $17,000-plus to help kids at CHEO with inflammatory bowel disease
Regardless of what happened on the field Sunday night, the Grey Cup was destined for Ottawa in 2017.
Another marquee sporting match has been added to the growing list of events and festivals coming to Ottawa next year, coinciding with planned year-long celebrations marking Canada’s 150th
With the Ottawa RedBlacks preparing to host the CFL’s East Division final this Sunday, fans looking for tickets now have another option backed by the team.
The way Jeff Hunt sees it, running a junior hockey franchise can be similar to cleaning carpets.
Who needs cheerleaders when you’ve got 36,000 fans packed elbow-to-elbow for the hottest football game of the year? By Emma Jackson.
Business owners in the Glebe and Ottawa hoteliers say they’re expecting to see a boost to their businesses when the nation’s capital hosts the Grey Cup in 2017.