The return of in-person Canada Day celebrations is yet more good news in what’s shaping up to be the best summer tourism season in a while for the nation's capital.
Everything's coming up tulips: Ottawa's tourism industry on upswing as summer nears – but challenges remain
The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario is giving local organization $5.5 million to help Ottawa-based tourism businesses develop "new and enhanced products and services."
This May, crowds will be welcomed back in-person to celebrate the festival’s 70th anniversary and admire the 300,000 tulips at Commissioners Park at Dow’s Lake.
Locally owned and operated Dunrobin Distilleries is now operating its own cocktail kiosk on the world's largest skating rink.
For those who think email marketing is dead: think again.
Bookings disappear, revenues dry up after city's biggest annual winter tourism event is put on ice for the second year in a row due to the pandemic.
Cheeky new tourism campaign touts BeaverTails and other local attractions as it stokes city's friendly rivalry with Toronto and Montreal.
Local industry says time is of the essence to allow tourism businesses to cash in on what’s traditionally their busiest time of year.
“The recovery is starting for sure … but it’s not going to be an even recovery,” Ottawa Tourism CEO Michael Crockatt says of sector's ability to bounce back in the wake of COVID-19.
Shows slated to be broadcast in selected local hotels were postponed after the Ontario government imposed tougher restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19.