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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
A casino in the United States is suing Eugene Melnyk, claiming the Ottawa Senators owner has failed to pay $900,000 in owings
Westfest, the long-running and always-free neighbourhood music festival, will end its run due to a lack of sponsorship dollars
Well-known Ottawa arts centre SAW reopens to the public Friday evening following two years of construction to triple the size of its gallery and event spaces
The City of Ottawa is renegotiating its lease deal with pro baseball’s Ottawa Champions after the club fell more than $400,000 behind in rent payments at the city-owned 10,000-seat park on Coventry…
Fund is part of city's three-year strategy to promote local musicians and businesses that cater to them.
There were more experienced candidates available, but the Ottawa Senators believe D.J. Smith is the best coach to lead the team.