Sports and Entertainment

"This is going to be my life,” co-owner Daniel Demois says of the venerable Rideau Street repertory theatre, which has been closed since late last year.
Organizers say they hope the popular movie nights will also return to Wesley Clover Parks in the near future.
"There’s light in the darkness,” the cherished Ottawa institution said Thursday, adding the beloved theatre will be back in business "when pandemic conditions permit."
Local clubs on track for record revenues in 2021 before provincially mandated shutdown, owners and managers say.
New baseball franchise's planned 2021 debut scuttled due to uncertainty over when the Canada-U.S. border will reopen.
All 100 available tickets for the show originally scheduled for March 27 sold out in less than an hour.
First-of-its-kind event during pandemic will require all spectators to be screened for COVID-19 in advance.
Nearly a dozen other Ottawa organizations also slated to get financial aid as part of $24-million package to help Ontario's cultural sector survive the COVID-19 crisis.
The money will go to musicians whose livelihoods have been upended by the COVID-19 crisis.
When Ian Fraser took the top job at Run Ottawa in 2019, he had no idea how much he’d need to lean on every ounce of experience he’d gained in two decades as an entrepreneur.