Tourism

One of the region’s busiest tourist attractions says it’s planning to reopen its doors later this month after being closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Domestic flights from Ottawa to Fredericton, Moncton, Saskatoon, Regina and London affected.
Carrier had previously planned to resume flying on July 29.
Free "digital passport" allows users to get discounts and special offers from more than 60 local tourism businesses.
YOW now expects only about 2.5 million passengers to pass through its gates in 2020, down from its original forecast of 5.2 million before COVID-19 hit.
Event that's expected to generate more than $3.6 million in economic activity will be a "big shot in the arm" for beleaguered tourism industry, mayor says.
Airline says service between YOW and Alberta’s biggest city will resume July 5.
Forced to close their doors to live audiences, some Ottawa businesses have reinvented themselves online since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Ottawa’s main tourism marketing agency will receive millions of dollars in federal funding as part of a campaign to kickstart the beleaguered hospitality industry.
With tourism in a free fall, the man tasked with reigniting the local industry is hoping geography is on the capital’s side.