With the Ottawa RedBlacks preparing to host the CFL’s East Division final this Sunday, fans looking for tickets now have another option backed by the team.
The way Jeff Hunt sees it, running a junior hockey franchise can be similar to cleaning carpets.
Who needs cheerleaders when you’ve got 36,000 fans packed elbow-to-elbow for the hottest football game of the year? By Emma Jackson.
Business owners in the Glebe and Ottawa hoteliers say they’re expecting to see a boost to their businesses when the nation’s capital hosts the Grey Cup in 2017.
The City of Ottawa now expects to get a share of the profits from the Lansdowne Park project, just months after it appeared the city would see no cash returns on its investment in the redev
The RedBlacks’ magical Grey Cup run ultimately came up a touchdown short, but not even Edmonton’s late-game comeback could wipe the smile off Bernie Ashe’s face at season’s end.
A $23.6-million settlement for Lansdowne Park roof repairs is “very fair,” despite the fact that the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group will be footing the bill, according to a private
The city says it no longer expects to turn a profit on the Lansdowne Park project due mainly to higher-than-expected repair costs at TD Place arena.
Canadian Football League commissioner Jeffrey Orridge charmed the crowd at Thursday morning’s Mayor’s Breakfast with his wit, but he wouldn’t deliver the news the city was hoping to hear mo
Jeff Hunt might be the face of the group that brought professional football back to Ottawa, but there is no denying he is a team player through and through.