Ottawa residents and visitors alike will be in for a year of culture in 2022 as Ottawa Tourism shines the spotlight on events and campaigns that focus on the creative arts.
Bookings disappear, revenues dry up after city's biggest annual winter tourism event is put on ice for the second year in a row due to the pandemic.
With events and festivals making their return to the capital, a resurgence in sports tourism is expected to follow suit – in part, due to a set of new state-of-the-art sports facilities in the comm
Conferences and events held in the capital could soon be broadcast in cities the world over thanks to a partnership between Ottawa Tourism and dozens of other international convention bureaus.
For more than 20 years, Trina Mather-Simard has been a trailblazer in the Indigenous tourism industry.
Ottawa's museums play a pivotal role in the city's tourism ecosystem, attracting visitors from across the globe.
A resurgence in sports tourism is expected – in part, due to a set of new state-of-the-art sports facilities opening in the community.
Hotel bookings have been spotty and people are mostly booking on weekends (don't even ask about staffing).
Cheeky new tourism campaign touts BeaverTails and other local attractions as it stokes city's friendly rivalry with Toronto and Montreal.
Local tech leaders will soon have the opportunity to leave a mark on their industry and play a role in the capital’s economic recovery thanks to a new partnership between Ottawa Tourism and the KNBA.