Tourism

Despite a surge in domestic travel this summer, sector’s recovery still lags behind that of other big Canadian cities, officials argue.
Uptick in summer leisure travel has given Ottawa's international terminal a much-needed lift, but the airport is "still not out of the woods," Mark Laroche said Tuesday.
While hotel occupancy rates last month were up 42 per cent over 2021 and 130 per cent higher than two years ago, they remained below pre-pandemic levels.
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Bluesfest is receiving $9.8 million to help it expand its facilities and increase its capacity for high-profile shows, the federal government announced Thursday.
There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Hyatt Place Ottawa West – and not just because the new hotel has a rooftop hive that accommodates 50,000 to 70,000 bees.
With the first official day of summer around the corner, neighbourhoods across the city are coming to life – and Ottawa's business improvement areas couldn't be happier.
Ottawa Tourism is so keen to welcome visitors back to the nation’s capital this year that it’s even willing to foot the bill. Well, at least part of it.
The Calypso-Valcartier Group said Thursday it’s agreed to sell the water park in Limoges as well as the four-season Village Vacances Valcartier resort near Quebec City to EPR Properties.