OSEG managing partner and executive chairman Roger Greenberg made the pledge in a letter to Mayor Jim Watson and Coun. Mathieu Fleury on Monday.
Gourmet on the Gridiron raises funds to provide children and youth the opportunity to play, learn and develop through sports
When Roger Greenberg succeeded his uncle Irving as CEO of Minto Group in 1991, he knew running the family business was never going to be a one-person job.
For the past four seasons, Bernie Ashe’s 24-7 responsibilities meant Redblacks game nights were work nights for the chief executive of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.
A new charitable organization launched by the same group of businessmen who brought professional football back to Ottawa has scored the equivalent of a 109-yard touchdown.
Non-profit sector leader Janice Barresi has been lured back from the corporate world to work her fundraising magic on a brand new charitable foundation created by the owners of the Ottawa
TD Place is about to become home to a new piece of art that celebrates our nation’s major milestone birthday and also has the distinction of having raised thousands of dollars to help children and
Three years ago, when Ross Video purchased a Florida-based sports production firm, CEO David Ross made a bold prediction. “We’re just getting started,” he told OBJ in 2013.
The Canadian Football League has presented its Commissioner’s Award – for outstanding contributions to football in Canada – to the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.
One of Ottawa’s largest real estate firms will mark the end of an era in 2013 when Roger Greenberg, the long-time CEO of The Minto Group, steps down from his post.