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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.
Algonquin College alumnus has had stints in sales and senior management at radio stations and other media organizations.
New organization replaces the former Ottawa Senators Foundation, which officially ended its relationship with the NHL club at the end of July.
Cineplex said openings are part of a “phased approach” to restarting its operations, which have been shut down for several months due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Charitable organization said Tuesday it is changing its name to the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation after its affiliation with NHL club ends on July 31.