The Province is now accepting applications for the 2014 Celebrate Ontario program through the Grants Ontario system. There are a few changes that you should be aware of: New – Online Training Sessions New ― Celebrate Ontario 2014 ... read more »
[OttawaStart] The International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) today awarded the City of Ottawa the prestigious recognition as a 2013 IFEA World Festival and Event City during its 58th Annual IFEA Convention and Expo in Pittsburgh, ... read more »
[Ottawa Citizen] The quasi-independent agency is getting a break on space at 150 Elgin St. in a new office tower nearing completion.
[Ottawa Citizen] Less than two weeks after city council snubbed the Ottawa Senators in their pursuit of a west-end casino, the hockey team’s president has quit the city’s task force planning a celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017. ... read more »
[Ottawa Business Journal] Ottawa Tourism, an industry group funded largely by the city’s hoteliers, partnered with the City of Ottawa in 2011 to create a new body that uses government funding to drive tourism. Events Ottawa actively bids on ... read more »
[News Release] The 20th edition of the Ottawa Folk Festival opened last evening. A crucial part of ensuring the 30,000 plus fans throughout the event have a great experience is entrusted to Storm Internet Services Inc. From electronic scanning of ... read more »
[Ottawa Citizen] To my surprise, I’ve learned that the Ottawa Jazz Festival is planning not to stage its usual fall/winter slate of concerts. “Why?” I asked the festival’s Evan Clark. His reply, "Mostly to focus on the Winter Jazz Festival ... read more »
[News Release] Ottawa’s impressive resumé for hosting sporting events and large scale meetings is growing stronger with every bid. In fact, Ottawa’s resumé just got a bigger boost. The Martin Prosperity Institute – the world's leading ... read more »
[Ottawa Citizen] Despite positive numbers at events such as the Ottawa Blues Festival, StatsCan reported Friday that arts, entertainment and recreation plunged 4.3 per cent, with attendance at sporting events hit hardest.
[Ottawa Citizen] The last vestige of plans for an Elgin Street concert hall vanished Tuesday, with a city council committee vote to hand space reserved for it in a new Morguard office tower to Ottawa Tourism.