Michael Crockatt

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.
Mayor says campaign will target local residents as well as visitors from nearby cities such as Kingston and Montreal.
With tourism in a free fall, the man tasked with reigniting the local industry is hoping geography is on the capital’s side.
In the latest Coping with COVID-19 video, OBJ looks at the devastating impact of the pandemic on the regional hotel industry
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Ottawa-Gatineau residents and visitors to the National Capital Region will get the chance to take in an exhilarating new perspective of the Ottawa River and surrounding structures next year
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The population of the nation’s capital has hit one million people, a feat the city said puts it 'in a different league of big North American cities'
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
Attendees of the 2019 Ottawa Tourism Awards got a chance to shed their boring business suits and make a statement — one that was both proud and plaid — as this year's gala dress code called for red