A major bike-share service’s sudden decision to pull out of the Ottawa-Gatineau market is “unfortunate” but won’t have a significant impact on the city’s tourism industry, a local official said Monday
New initiative helps organizers bid on conferences and events
The population of the nation’s capital has hit one million people, a feat the city said puts it 'in a different league of big North American cities'
The future of LeBreton Flats, major infrastructure projects such as a potential new interprovincial bridge and the revitalization of the ByWard Market are just some of the items on the ag
Tourism Minister Melanie Joly says a federal new tourism strategy can boost international visits to Canada during non-peak seasons by more than a million people.
The province’s decision to eliminate its funding to Ottawa Tourism is a “significant hit” that will force the local marketing organization to make tough spending choices, its leader said
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
Long known for its vibrant neighbourhoods, green space and Parliament Hill, Ottawa is undergoing a significant transformation in the eyes of visitors and residents alike.
Some of Ottawa’s economic development agencies are looking to boost the capital’s reputation as a premier destination for conferences and events through a new program that turns local bus
Ottawa Tourism is underscoring the value of the city’s tourism industry with a new economic impact study that reports an estimated $1.4 billion contribution to the capital’s GDP from the