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.
Ottawa Gatineau Hotel Association
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Federal department that hosts annual celebration is also seeking bids for a contractor to provide pyrotechnics, fireworks, music and a minimum of 200 drones for a performance on July 1.
The Department of Canadian Heritage, which runs the popular winter festival, says it is moving all programming online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
It's a move some observers say could become increasingly common as hospitality property owners look to wring more value out of their investments during the pandemic.
Guests who book at least a two-day stay in one of 30 participating hotels will receive the cards as part of a new promotional campaign.
Central properties such as Hilton and Chateau Laurier 'seeing nice traction' despite grim overall outlook for industry.
Reopening of attractions such as museums and galleries is key to wider tourism recovery, industry group says
With the COVID-19 pandemic decimating the tourism industry and scuttling conventions, there’s plenty of room at local hotels right now.
In the latest Coping with COVID-19 video, OBJ looks at the devastating impact of the pandemic on the regional hotel industry