Ottawa residents and visitors alike will be in for a year of culture in 2022 as Ottawa Tourism shines the spotlight on events and campaigns that focus on the creative arts.
For more than 20 years, Trina Mather-Simard has been a trailblazer in the Indigenous tourism industry.
With many residents choosing to spend their holidays close to home this summer, several Ottawa attractions are adjusting their offerings to cater to those looking to explore hidden gems.
Free "digital passport" allows users to get discounts and special offers from more than 60 local tourism businesses.
Many Ottawa neighbourhoods are learning to survive and thrive in the face of disruptive construction activity and the lingering after-effects
OSEG's proposal to assume control of Lansdowne Park’s public spaces has been thoroughly revised after a horde of concerned residents turned out to a city committee meeting on Tuesday
The future of LeBreton Flats, major infrastructure projects such as a potential new interprovincial bridge and the revitalization of the ByWard Market are just some of the items on the ag
The province’s decision to eliminate its funding to Ottawa Tourism is a “significant hit” that will force the local marketing organization to make tough spending choices, its leader said
Long known for its vibrant neighbourhoods, green space and Parliament Hill, Ottawa is undergoing a significant transformation in the eyes of visitors and residents alike.
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block building is set for closure next month, putting the capital’s most iconic structure under wraps for more than a decade.