It will be the 12th time Ottawa has staged the country's premier figure skating event.
Mayor Jim Watson and Coun. Mathieu Fleury, the city’s sport commissioner, are urging the teams' owners to commit to operating the franchises at TD Place until at least 2032.
Organization says limits on the size of public gatherings and other measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 would “interfere” with spectators’ enjoyment of the event.
A new city report recommends extending the public-private partnership with the organization by a decade and letting OSEG’s partners tap into a $4.7-million lifecycle reserve fund to cover expenses.
Organization that owns the CFL’s Redblacks and OHL’s 67’s reportedly blames COVID-19 pandemic for cuts.
Four-night engagement kicks off Thursday evening with a showing of Remember the Titans.
With public gatherings still banned across the country, CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said Wednesday the league would not begin the regular season in June as originally planned.
First-time event combines hockey and high-tech with Bollywood at TD Place arena
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
OSEG head says proposal to run Lansdowne public spaces would 'enhance' farmers market and staple events
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”