Ottawa Tourism boss Michael Crockatt said $1 billion in new spending earmarked for pandemic-battered sector across Canada suggests the feds understand the economic importance of the industry.
Food tours, plant subscriptions and agricultural experiences part of a new wave of regional offerings
Octagon-shaped, triple-hull pontoon boats, measuring 18 feet in diameter, will come with a 40-horsepower outboard motor and a private bathroom.
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.
Downtown convention facility that attracted more than 63,000 out-of-town visitors in the 2019-20 fiscal year has seen its revenues plummet during the pandemic.
Ottawa is gearing up for its own year of tournaments and championships as local and national teams prepare to bring their competitions to the capital.
Ottawa tourism officials are hoping the tournament will be a key part of a resurgence for the city’s third-largest industry.
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.
One of the region’s busiest tourist attractions says it’s planning to reopen its doors later this month after being closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Forced to close their doors to live audiences, some Ottawa businesses have reinvented themselves online since the COVID-19 pandemic began.