Two of Ottawa’s most well-known sports executives have purchased an ownership stake in a long-running local business.
For the past four seasons, Bernie Ashe’s 24-7 responsibilities meant Redblacks game nights were work nights for the chief executive of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.
Looking back, Mark Goudie can’t help but get the feeling he was destined to do big things at Lansdowne Park.
The original quarterback of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group’s front office is calling it quits.
With thousands of visitors set to flock to Ottawa for this month's Grey Cup festivities, it was only fitting that the man who did more than anyone else to bring the championship game to t
Three years ago, when Ross Video purchased a Florida-based sports production firm, CEO David Ross made a bold prediction. “We’re just getting started,” he told OBJ in 2013.
With preparations for one of the largest celebrations of local businesses underway, OBJ and the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce are asking firms in the region to share their success stories.
Who needs cheerleaders when you’ve got 36,000 fans packed elbow-to-elbow for the hottest football game of the year? By Emma Jackson.