Ottawa’s top hospitality workers were feted for their displays of exemplary service at the Stars of the City gala Wednesday evening
Many Ottawa neighbourhoods are learning to survive and thrive in the face of disruptive construction activity and the lingering after-effects
GoMedia brings more than 130 travel journalists to Canada’s capital
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson will lead a delegation of local business leaders to the Netherlands later this month, hoping to establish deeper economic connections with the Dutch nation beyond a shared…
Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group’s bid to attract more visitors to Lansdowne Park year-round will see it launch an annual Christmas market, modelled after the lights and tastes of Europe’s…
A major bike-share service’s sudden decision to pull out of the Ottawa-Gatineau market is “unfortunate” but won’t have a significant impact on the city’s tourism industry, a local official said Monday
New initiative helps organizers bid on conferences and events
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 future of LeBreton Flats, major infrastructure projects such as a potential new interprovincial bridge and the revitalization of the ByWard Market are just some of the items on the ag
Tourism Minister Melanie Joly says a federal new tourism strategy can boost international visits to Canada during non-peak seasons by more than a million people.