Festival and Event Industry
[Link: CBCnews] Our job is to take the events we have and Canadianize them or supersize them to make them bigger and better in that particular year.
[Link: Ottawa Citizen] To hear Mayor Jim Watson tell it, 2017 is going to be one fantastic year in the capital. More events, bigger festivals, an additional 1.75 million visitors, a Canada Day celebration that spans an entire week.
[Link: CBCnews Video] Mayor wants Ottawa to be hub for Canada's 150th birthday.
[Link: OBJ.ca] It is a once in a generation economic opportunity for businesses and communities,” Mr. Watson said, according to his prepared remarks. “Simply put, these celebrations can bring in tens of thousands of new visitors and hundreds of ... read more »
[Link: Ottawa Sun] Watson said the city should “super size” existing events — such as Winterlude and the Sparks St. New Year’s Eve party — in the months before Canada Day in 2017.
[Link: Festivals and Events Ontario] Festivals and Events Ontario (FEO) released updated research-based information about its Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) Partnership Program March 20 confirming the importance of festivals and events to ... read more »
The Ottawa Kennel Club is Canada's oldest, authenticated Club in Canada and was founded by Perley George Keyes and his partner Alfred Geddes in an agreement dated August 4, 1887. Documentation to this effect is kept on file with the Club's ... read more »
[Announcement] August 15, 16 & 17 at Calabogie Peaks Resort Cost: Ranges from $15 to $100, depending on camping, full weekend, one day pass etc... Description: Calabogie Blues & Ribfest will feature Eastern Ontario's BEST blues ... read more »
[Announcement] June 27, 28 & 29 at Calabogie Peaks Resort Cost: Ranges from $15 to $100, depending on camping, full weekend, one day pass etc... Description: Calabogie Country Music Festival will feature one of Eastern Ontario's BEST ... read more »
[Link: Ottawa Citizen] The Ottawa International Jazz Festival is searching for a temporary home in 2015 after being told Confederation Park won’t be available because of major rehabilitation work. The planned work at the park at Laurier ... read more »