Some 230 supporters of the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre saddled up Thursday and headed to the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne for the fifth annual western-themed benefit to build
Attendees of the 2019 Ottawa Tourism Awards got a chance to shed their boring business suits and make a statement — one that was both proud and plaid — as this year's gala dress code called for red
After shelling out tens of millions of dollars more than it originally anticipated to get the football stadium and hockey arena at Lansdowne Park back in game shape, the Ottawa Sports and
Rising visitor numbers, more major events and an uptick in leasing are bringing in more revenues to the operators of Lansdowne Park, but higher-than-expected maintenance costs meant the m
What began as a bitterly cold walk to a charity breakfast in predawn darkness soon turned into the stunning sight of a 40-foot Christmas tree, with twinkling lights, on prominent display
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.
Volunteers with the Caring and Sharing Exchange were busier than Santa’s sleep-deprived elves on deadline as they packed hundreds of food hampers on Wednesday morning for delivery to families and i
Tens of thousands of people flooded through the Glebe in Ottawa to enjoy the week-long Grey Cup festival, generating a surge in foot traffic for businesses in the area.
The revamped Lansdowne is not yet turning a profit for the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, with the city’s partners in the redevelopment seeing a $14.4 million loss la
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.