Sports and Entertainment

A new city report recommends extending the public-private partnership with the organization by a decade and letting OSEG’s partners tap into a $4.7-million lifecycle reserve fund to cover expenses.
Mary Jelley has played a key role in the success of Canadian stars such as Blue Rodeo, Great Big Sea and Ottawa native Alanis Morrissette.
Customers can pay to have their names on a theatre wall, as well as on couches, above emergency exits and even bathroom stalls.
Organization that owns the CFL’s Redblacks and OHL’s 67’s reportedly blames COVID-19 pandemic for cuts.
Citing the capital’s hefty per-capita income and solid economy, Sam Katz thinks he can succeed where a litany of other owners have failed.
Philip Aldis says he’s planning to reopen the 10,000-square-foot space at 1800 St. Laurent Blvd. next month under the name LaserMaxx Ottawa.
Deal will see new tenants pay the city $125,000 a year in base rent at 10,000-seat RCGT Park beginning in 2021.
Rounds played are up 20 per cent at golf courses across the National Capital Region as stir-crazy Ottawans seek ways to enjoy the great outdoors in a safe way.
The longtime Ottawa resident spent more than a decade in communications and marketing posts with the new foundation’s predecessor, the Ottawa Senators Foundation.
Trailblazing fitness centre that opened in 1976 welcomed more than 1,500 people a day before COVID-19.