Guy Laflamme

Don’t let the name Rewind fool you. Amanda Gordon has in fact joined a very forward-thinking company as the new vice president of people for the Ottawa-based data protection software firm.
Ottawans who were captivated last summer by the mechanical creatures of La Machine might not have to wait too long for a return visit i
For Guy Laflamme, executive director of Ottawa 2017, something is different now: It’s hard to see Ottawa as the sleepy town where fun goes to die any more.
Heritage Minister Melanie Joly is the first to acknowledge Canada 150 had its share of ups and downs.
Ottawa gamers will have the chance to brave chilling winds to battle fire-breathing monsters during a weeklong event across the city.
Cleanup of Inspiration Village, which has been up in the ByWard Market for about four months, is nearly complete, and not every businesses owner in the area agrees this attraction really was a bene
When Ottawa 2017 executive director Guy Laflamme was seeking a partner to help pull o
Ottawa in 2017 is an adventure. As we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the capital is abuzz with activity, enthusiasm and visitors!
Capital Gaming Expo’s new owner hit the reboot button on the annual event this past weekend, bringing Ottawa’s gaming community together with industry leaders from inside and outside the city.
Some 600,000 pounds of lumber, numerous hotel bookings and more than a fair share of hype have gone into preparations for Red Bull Crashed Ice, one of the first marquee events scheduled for what’s