Ian Sherman

New organization will continue to boost young people’s physical health, but will focus more on serving Gatineau and west Quebec and on youth social justice activities.
Former tech leader joins distinguished list of previous honourees that includes Dr. Jack Kitts, Roger Greenberg, Jim Durrell and the late Wes Nicol.
It was the organization’s first official board election since the former Ottawa Chamber of Commerce merged with the West Ottawa Board of Trade and the Orl​éans Chamber of Commerce in 2018.
Annual event raises most amount of money to date despite switching to a virtual format due to COVID-19 pandemic
The longtime Ottawa resident spent more than a decade in communications and marketing posts with the new foundation’s predecessor, the Ottawa Senators Foundation.
Popular benefit was originally slated to take place in May but had to be rescheduled due to COVID-19.
New organization replaces the former Ottawa Senators Foundation, which officially ended its relationship with the NHL club at the end of July.
Charitable organization said Tuesday it is changing its name to the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation after its affiliation with NHL club ends on July 31.
The Ottawa Senators Foundation said Thursday it will no longer be affiliated with Capital Sports & Entertainment, the parent company of the Ottawa Senators.
The Ottawa Board of Trade removed the “interim” tag from its leader’s title on Wednesday, officially naming Sueling Ching as its permanent president and CEO