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.
Jantine Van Kregten
Everything's coming up tulips: Ottawa's tourism industry on upswing as summer nears – but challenges remain
Ottawa Tourism’s new Shine On Program educates and celebrates the sector’s frontline staff.
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.
Room Service Concert Series will feature acts such as Great Big Sea frontman Alan Doyle, comedian Gerry Dee and American rock band Third Eye Blind.
Federal department that hosts annual celebration is also seeking bids for a contractor to provide pyrotechnics, fireworks, music and a minimum of 200 drones for a performance on July 1.
Ottawa’s tourism sector is heading into 2021 feeling optimistic that a lineup of new attractions and outdoor adventure activities will encourage visitors to return to the capital.
Industry hopes local ‘guests’ will become tourism ambassadors, encouraging out-of-town friends and family to visit Ottawa
Despite the ongoing restrictions on large in-person gatherings, local and provincial associations are finding creative ways to host their conferences and events.
With many residents choosing to spend their holidays close to home this summer, several Ottawa attractions are adjusting their offerings to cater to those looking to explore hidden gems.
Ottawa’s main tourism marketing agency says it’s taking a wait-and-see approach to what impact the worldwide outbreak of the new coronavirus could have on the industry’s bottom line in the capital