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.
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Earlier this year, Heritage Canada suggested it was looking at staging a live show after last year’s festivities were scrapped due to the pandemic.
Details are in the works, minister says
The focal point of Ottawa’s Canada Day celebrations will be moved off Parliament Hill this year amid the escalating renovation work to Centre Block
A scorching heat wave has kept crowds on Parliament Hill smaller than usual for Canada Day festivities in the nation's capital.
Officials are promising shorter queue times for Canada Day festivities in the nation's capital this year, but heavy security measures will once again force revellers to endure enhanced sc
The Parliamentary Protective Service is arguing bad weather, geographic restrictions and a lack of food were to blame for the long lines on Canada Day that Ottawa Police Chie
The vice-chair of the Ottawa Police Services Board did not mince words Monday when he called the extreme line-ups to get on Parliament Hill during Canada Day a disaster.
The city’s LRT contractors will face no penalty for missing the deadline to clear up downtown for Canada Day.
Paper Maple Leaf flags soaked by an early morning downpour quickly turned into makeshift fans to ward off sticky afternoon warmth Saturday as thousands of people squelched and squished th