Tourism

One of the region’s busiest tourist attractions says it’s planning to reopen its doors later this month after being closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Forced to close their doors to live audiences, some Ottawa businesses have reinvented themselves online since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Ottawa’s main tourism marketing agency will receive millions of dollars in federal funding as part of a campaign to kickstart the beleaguered hospitality industry.
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With some 2,000 athletes anticipated, sports tournament and cultural festival expected to deliver major economic boost
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The first scheduled flight by a European air carrier to Ottawa in 24 years is set to launch in May.
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Fresh opportunities to experience – and promote– Canada’s capital
West-end BIA presents fourth-annual summer street festival full of free entertainment and activities
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New initiative helps organizers bid on conferences and events
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Long known for its vibrant neighbourhoods, green space and Parliament Hill, Ottawa is undergoing a significant transformation in the eyes of visitors and residents alike.
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Changes to the capital’s most recognizable landmark, the opening of several new attractions and major anniversary celebrations by some of the city’s most popular festivals are among the milestones