Mark Goudie

OSEG's proposal to assume control of Lansdowne Park’s public spaces has been thoroughly revised after a horde of concerned residents turned out to a city committee meeting on Tuesday
Mark Goudie said the idea is to drive more traffic to Lansdowne on non-game days in the hope that people attending events will stick around to shop and eat, creating an economic “spinoff effect”
The owners of the CFL’s Ottawa Redblacks, pro soccer’s Fury FC and junior hockey’s Ottawa 67’s are proposing to take over the operation of key public spaces at Lansdowne Park
Lansdowne Park is revamping part of its pedestrian mall to host major events and concerts as part of a wider campaign to attract more year-round visitors to the area
The man who helped spearhead the drive to merge Ottawa’s three chambers of commerce into one organization is leaving his post after more than six years as head of the city’s largest business group
Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group’s bid to attract more visitors to Lansdowne Park year-round will see it launch an annual Christmas market, modelled after the lights and tastes of Europe’s…
After shelling out tens of millions of dollars more than it originally anticipated to get the football stadium and hockey arena at Lansdowne Park back in game shape, the Ottawa Sports and
Ottawa Fury FC's sanctioning battle with CONCACAF appears to be over – for the time being.
Ottawa Fury FC is turning to the Court of Arbitration for Sport for help in its sanctioning battle with CONCACAF.
Ottawa Fury FC says CONCACAF has moved to block it from playing in the United Soccer League in 2019.