Buoyed by the pending arrival of light rail and more direct flights from the United States, Ottawa is expected to welcome 2.4 per cent more overnight visitors this year than it did in 201
Ottawa Tourism is pressing pause on new efforts to attract and cater to Chinese tourists in light of strained relations between the Asian country and Canada.
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
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block building is set for closure next month, putting the capital’s most iconic structure under wraps for more than a decade.
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
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
Colette Latour wasn’t about to let a blackout keep her from being a shining example of customer service in the city’s tourism industry.
Ottawa’s mayoral challengers clashed over how to boost public safety in the ByWard Market and the need to regulate online accommodation platforms such as Airbnb during an all-candidates debate Mond
An April Fools’ Day prank made it crystal clear to Brad Campeau that Ottawa is ready to embrace cannabis-driven tourism with open arms.
For visitors travelling in an unfamiliar city, helpful advice from a knowledgeable server, driver or front desk employee can transform a trip and leave a lasting impression.