Ottawa RedBlacks

The popular fundraiser for the OSEG (Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group) Foundation was back at TD Place stadium after getting benched by the pandemic over the last two years.
Ottawa RedBlacks game-day parties don’t get much more multicultural than the one thrown Thursday night by Ottawa sports entrepreneur Jeff Hunt and well-known dentist Dr. Nalin Bhargava.
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Former owner of Ottawa 67's saw the potential in OVM and its "great local success story," and seized the business opportunity.
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The organization behind Lansdowne Live says it will offer small businesses a chance to open short-term storefronts at the 40-acre site starting this fall.
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The Ottawa Redblacks were back on their home turf Friday night and the only thing they had to worry about fumbling was perhaps a fork.
Anybody and everybody involved in the first major fundraiser for the new OSEG Foundation deserves a round of high fives and fist bumps for pulling off a tremendously successful event.
Despite a successful CFL season that saw Lansdowne Park draw more visitors and revenue in 2016, its operators say the price of victory deepened the venue’s net losses on the year.