New organization replaces the former Ottawa Senators Foundation, which officially ended its relationship with the NHL club at the end of July.
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Cineplex said openings are part of a “phased approach” to restarting its operations, which have been shut down for several months due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Charitable organization said Tuesday it is changing its name to the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation after its affiliation with NHL club ends on July 31.
NAC has cancelled all ticketed performances and public events through to the end of August, but has been promoting a series of live-streamed online performances.
Outdoor recreation facility on Corkstown Road will host a variety of events and activities over the next couple of months, from drive-in movies to spinning classes.
RBC Bluesfest was among the many local summer music festivals that were scrapped due to the pandemic.
Four-night engagement kicks off Thursday evening with a showing of Remember the Titans.
With Toronto studios still closed, some observers say Ottawa could grab an even bigger slice of the film & TV production pie.
The Ottawa Senators Foundation said Thursday it will no longer be affiliated with Capital Sports & Entertainment, the parent company of the Ottawa Senators.
With public gatherings still banned across the country, CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said Wednesday the league would not begin the regular season in June as originally planned.