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Ottawa entrepreneur started organization in 2020 as a labour of love to address racial inequality in the workplace.
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Unpacking the importance of Lansdowne to Ottawa's tourism sector and how the community space has become Ottawa premiere meeting place for sports, festivals and business events. 
New six-week program launching next month is designed to teach participants the basics of the game in a positive, fun and safe environment.
Dr. Vera Etches, politicians, media celebs offer to go bald, dye hair in support of mental health services at Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Three-part seminar topics dish out guidance to businesses, working families struggling to maintain work-life balance during COVID-19
Organization that owns the CFL’s Redblacks and OHL’s 67’s reportedly blames COVID-19 pandemic for cuts.
Citing the capital’s hefty per-capita income and solid economy, Sam Katz thinks he can succeed where a litany of other owners have failed.
After playing a vital role in the revival of junior hockey and CFL football in Ottawa, Jeff Hunt is facing what might be his biggest challenge yet: turning the nation’s capital into a pro soccer town.
First-time event combines hockey and high-tech with Bollywood at TD Place arena
Gourmet on the Gridiron raises funds to provide children and youth the opportunity to play, learn and develop through sports