Despite public concerns, council to vote on 10-year extension of OSEG’s Landsowne deal
On Wednesday, Ottawa City Council will decide whether to help the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group navigate the financial pressures of running Lansdowne Park through the pandemic and beyond.
Committee approves compromise in dispute over redrawing of Cumberland ward boundary
The city’s finance and development committee has approved changes to ward boundaries with will see the creation of a 24th ward.
Ottawa’s 2020 Brian Kilrea Award winner is so much more than a football coach
The story of Jean-Sorphia Guillaume goes beyond the football field and into the community where he has helped many succeed in football, but more importantly in life.
New stadium lease brings hope of a successful revival of professional baseball in Ottawa
With a new stadium lease, new ownership, and playing in a different league hopes for a professional baseball revival in Ottawa are high
Museums seizing digital moment: Funding for virtual skate exhibit highlights pandemic trend
This year’s batch of approved projects include an exhibit that will explore one of Canada’s most underrated sports: figure skating.
Victor Tedondo youngest coach ever to win Ottawa’s Brian Kilrea Award
History was made for one of Ottawa’s most prestigious awards. Learn about the man behind it
City of Ottawa exploring purchase of two abandoned south-end railway lines
The City of Ottawa is exploring the purchase of CN Railway’s abandoned Beachburg and Walkley railway lines in the city’s south end for potential commuter transportation in the future. Negotiations are at an informal stage, said Vivi Chi, the city’s director of transportation planning, during a recent transportation committee meeting. The Beachburg and Walkley corridors will become available for purchase…