Ottawa Tourism

Once a year, the team at Ottawa Tourism gathers at president and CEO Michael Crockatt’s home for their "family barbecue". 
One month in, the Downtown Ottawa Revitalization Task Force is diving headfirst into its three-month plan for bringing life back to the downtown core.
Uptick in summer leisure travel has given Ottawa's international terminal a much-needed lift, but the airport is "still not out of the woods," Mark Laroche said Tuesday.
Engineering firm Attain Group tops this year's survey that rates local workplaces' performance in categories such as corporate culture, job satisfaction, training and pay and benefits.
While hotel occupancy rates last month were up 42 per cent over 2021 and 130 per cent higher than two years ago, they remained below pre-pandemic levels.
The task force, announced today by Ottawa Centre MP Yasir Naqvi, brings together community and business representatives to propose creative ideas for Ottawa’s downtown core, post-pandemic.
If you’re over having cabin fever, this summer in Ottawa you can do a lot more than just get out of the house. With what Ottawa Tourism has in store, get ready to be inspired!
Ottawa Tourism is so keen to welcome visitors back to the nation’s capital this year that it’s even willing to foot the bill. Well, at least part of it.
The return of in-person Canada Day celebrations is yet more good news in what’s shaping up to be the best summer tourism season in a while for the nation's capital.
Ottawa Tourism’s new Shine On Program educates and celebrates the sector’s frontline staff.