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After shelling out tens of millions of dollars more than it originally anticipated to get the football stadium and hockey arena at Lansdowne Park back in game shape, the Ottawa Sports and
The organization that owns the Ottawa Redblacks, Fury and 67’s is teaming up with the Ottawa Champions baseball club in an effort to boost the minor-league ball team’s ticket sales and co
Ottawa Fury FC says CONCACAF has moved to block it from playing in the United Soccer League in 2019.
What began as a bitterly cold walk to a charity breakfast in predawn darkness soon turned into the stunning sight of a 40-foot Christmas tree, with twinkling lights, on prominent display
The Ottawa Redblacks were back on their home turf Friday night and the only thing they had to worry about fumbling was perhaps a fork.
For the past four seasons, Bernie Ashe’s 24-7 responsibilities meant Redblacks game nights were work nights for the chief executive of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.
Anybody and everybody involved in the first major fundraiser for the new OSEG Foundation deserves a round of high fives and fist bumps for pulling off a tremendously successful event.
In another major executive shakeup, Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group sports president
Looking back, Mark Goudie can’t help but get the feeling he was destined to do big things at Lansdowne Park.
The original quarterback of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group’s front office is calling it quits.