Sports and Entertainment

The Ottawa Fury are suspending operations, taking professional soccer out of the nation's capital
OSEG's proposal to assume control of Lansdowne Park’s public spaces has been thoroughly revised after a horde of concerned residents turned out to a city committee meeting on Tuesday
Mark Goudie said the idea is to drive more traffic to Lansdowne on non-game days in the hope that people attending events will stick around to shop and eat, creating an economic “spinoff effect”
The owners of the CFL’s Ottawa Redblacks, pro soccer’s Fury FC and junior hockey’s Ottawa 67’s are proposing to take over the operation of key public spaces at Lansdowne Park
A group of local businessmen said Wednesday it’s reached an agreement in principle to buy the struggling Ottawa Champions baseball club, though new league issues could put the team's next season in…
Letting fans and corporate groups customize their experiences at Ottawa Senators games is the latest pitch Sens management is making to attract bigger crowds to the Canadian Tire Centre this season
In a sport that’s traditionally been slow to embrace change, Joyel Singfield’s new job as general manager of the Royal Ottawa Golf Club is another sign of a game in transition
Two groups have come forward looking to take over the struggling Ottawa Champions’ stadium lease as some councillors question whether baseball can really work in the capital
Festivals and other major arts and culture events contributed $222.6 million to the local economy in 2016, according to the findings of Ottawa Festivals Network’s inaugural impact report
Lansdowne Park is revamping part of its pedestrian mall to host major events and concerts as part of a wider campaign to attract more year-round visitors to the area