Canada 150

With travellers seeking ever-increasing amounts of information about would-be destinations online, Ottawa Tourism understood that strengthening its digital presence would be key to building on last…
Michael Crockatt calls the Canada 150 celebrations a “great gift” that made 2017 a r
Heritage Minister Melanie Joly is the first to acknowledge Canada 150 had its share of ups and downs.
Mother Nature drowned out Canada Day on Parliament Hill and now she might freeze out New Year's Eve.
The number of visitors to Canada’s capital is expected to remain elevated through 2018 thanks in part to the exposure Ottawa gained from the festivities held this year marking the country
Ottawa residents and people from across the country will soon be able to lace up on Parliament Hill as the $5.6 million rink nears completion.
A final few visitors took in the top-notch topiaries of MosaïCanada150 this past weekend as the horticultural exhibit wrapped up its widely successful run in Gatineau’s Jacques-Cartier Pa
Tourists and residents will be able to play shinny and skate a lap on Parliament Hill in December, as the government announced plans Thursday to construct a rink on the east lawn.
With festivities and events marking Canada’s 150th birthday continuing throughout the fall, several Ottawa-based organizations have published a new book that highlights the best of the na
Canada Day may be over, but the fun continues as Ottawa plays host through the fall to a number of high-profile events and unique attractions.