A new charitable organization launched by the same group of businessmen who brought professional football back to Ottawa has scored the equivalent of a 109-yard touchdown.
The man who did more than perhaps anyone else to bring CFL football in Ottawa back from the dead can’t remember a time when the game wasn’t part of his life.
The Grey Cup is still a month away but organizers say the game is sold out.
Non-profit sector leader Janice Barresi has been lured back from the corporate world to work her fundraising magic on a brand new charitable foundation created by the owners of the Ottawa
The revamped Lansdowne is not yet turning a profit for the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, with the city’s partners in the redevelopment seeing a $14.4 million loss la
Despite a successful CFL season that saw Lansdowne Park draw more visitors and revenue in 2016, its operators say the price of victory deepened the venue’s net losses on the year.
How fitting that there were grey skies, to go with the Grey Cup-winning RedBlacks' season home opener, during a year that will see the Grey Cup f
TD Place is about to become home to a new piece of art that celebrates our nation’s major milestone birthday and also has the distinction of having raised thousands of dollars to help children and
Christopher McLeod and Heather Williams are among the local businesspeople accepting new positions.
Regardless of what happened on the field Sunday night, the Grey Cup was destined for Ottawa in 2017.