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.
Ottawa Senators players stepped off the ice and into crisp suits at the Senators Soirée gala Saturday evening, which aims to get youth in the Ottawa area the support they need to participate in sports
Business leaders worried about Canada's aging demographics have been urging political parties to avoid inflaming the immigration debate ahead of this fall's federal election.
Attendees to the Mayor’s Breakfast are accustomed to an early wakeup call. They likely didn’t expect the alarm, figuratively speaking, to blare at 8:20 a.m.
If anybody knows about Stayin’ Alive, it’s the Ottawa Senators.
One of Canada’s most prominent business lobby groups has turned to a veteran public relations executive to replace John Manley as its leader.
The Ottawa Senators Foundation empowers children and youth to reach their full potential by investing in social recreation and education programs that promote both physical and mental wellness.