A group of Ottawa business organizations is calling for more government aid for tech, tourism and other sectors that have been dramatically affected by measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
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
Festivals and other major arts and culture events contributed $222.6 million to the local economy in 2016, according to the findings of Ottawa Festivals Network’s inaugural impact report
While jazz is famous for its improvisation, organizers of the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival have no interest in doing it solo as they deal with a last-minute loss in provincial government funding
As Canada 150 celebrations ramp up in the capital, annual Ottawa festivals are planning for a big boost in attendance.
As a growing number of businesses confront what they perceive as a shortage of skilled workers in Canada’s capital, an association representing the city’s festivals is making the case for companies