Everything's coming up tulips: Ottawa's tourism industry on upswing as summer nears – but challenges remain
The return of in-person Canada Day celebrations is yet more good news in what’s shaping up to be the best summer tourism season in a while for the nation's capital.
The Terry Fox statue across from Parliament Hill will need to be moved to make way for a new building to house MPs and senators, committee rooms and an Indigenous Peoples' space.
The hiring incentive and two other programs aimed at hard-hit businesses are scheduled to expire in early May.
Organizers of GoFundMe fundraiser are set to start distributing money to most-affected businesses later this month.
With the trucker convoy and protests continuing in Ottawa for a second week, downtown business owners and employees are calling on various levels of government for support.
Several firms with an Ottawa presence are among the companies that have qualified for a design competition aimed at restoring and modernizing the historic buildings.
Free "digital passport" allows users to get discounts and special offers from more than 60 local tourism businesses.
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block building is set for closure next month, putting the capital’s most iconic structure under wraps for more than a decade.
In less than three months, the centrepiece on Parliament Hill will go dark for at least a decade.
Parliament Hill's iconic Centre Block won't be shutting down this summer, delaying the start of a badly needed renovation until at least next year.