Michael Crockatt

The population of the nation’s capital has hit one million people, a feat the city said puts it 'in a different league of big North American cities'
The province’s decision to eliminate its funding to Ottawa Tourism is a “significant hit” that will force the local marketing organization to make tough spending choices, its leader said
Attendees of the 2019 Ottawa Tourism Awards got a chance to shed their boring business suits and make a statement — one that was both proud and plaid — as this year's gala dress code called for red
It’s opened its doors to the King of Rock and Roll, the Queen Mother and Winston Churchill over the past century, but practically no ordinary Canadian has been inside Ottawa’s former train station
A major redevelopment project that will see $25 million in renovations to the Ottawa international airport terminal and a new hotel next door is yet another sign that the capital’s tourism sector k
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.
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With Ottawa’s busy summer tourism season warming up, visitors arriving from both near and far are descending on the National Capital Region.
The momentum Ottawa’s tourism industry gained during a record-breaking Canada 150 year appears to be carrying over into the first few mo
Ottawa Tourism believes a new incentive program will help bring more Chinese tourists to the National Capital Region, and it’s preparing
Michael Crockatt calls the Canada 150 celebrations a “great gift” that made 2017 a r