Colette Latour wasn’t about to let a blackout keep her from being a shining example of customer service in the city’s tourism industry.
Questions still remain about how federal officials will manage the appearance of Centre Block’s exterior when renovations begin.
Despite fears the local hotel industry would take a hit after last year’s record-setting Canada 150 celebrations, some properties say popular tourist attractions helped stave off the expected…
Local businesses taking a wait-and-see attitude toward cannabis-related activities while provincial legislation gets sorted out
"Impressionist Treasures" has attracted more than 114,000 visitors to date, making it the most attended summer exhibition since 2012.
More than 440,000 passengers travelled through the Macdonald-Cartier International Airport last month, an increase of 8.7 per cent from the year before.
Representatives from Ottawa Tourism have returned from a week-long, three-city visit to China meant to court the nation’s rising tide of travellers.
Anyone renting an Airbnb listing in the nation's capital will have to start paying a four-per-cent hotel tax starting today.
Organizers say this year’s edition was bolstered by good weather as well as several acts that drew capacity crowds.
The Conference Board of Canada expects the exposure from the capital's Canada 150 celebrations to contribute to higher visitor volumes for years to come