Annual fundraiser kicks off holiday season with celebrities, song, entertainment in support of 21 local charities
OpenSafe Ottawa says its members are planning to march from City Hall to Parliament Hill on Saturday morning to deliver a message to all levels of government: 'We're not respected.'
Several business advocates are challenging the government to produce evidence showing a connection between their operations and the recent spike in COVID-19 cases.
Professional meeting and event facilities are allowed to host gatherings of up to 50 people in individual rooms or event spaces within a building.
Event that's expected to generate more than $3.6 million in economic activity will be a "big shot in the arm" for beleaguered tourism industry, mayor says.
With Toronto studios still closed, some observers say Ottawa could grab an even bigger slice of the film & TV production pie.
Owner of Ottawa printing company waiting to learn whether he’ll have a market for the personal protective equipment.
Canada's national museums are set to shut their doors in Ottawa Saturday as the COVID-19 pandemic hits cultural venues across the country
Ontario Premier Doug Ford made an appearance at this year's Christmas Cheer Breakfast, which was narrowly saved from cancellation thanks to MPP Lisa MacLeod
The Christmas Cheer Breakfast will go on after all, organizers confirmed Monday, after a late-game cancellation due to lack of venue was quickly reversed with some help from the Ontario g