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.
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.
Carleton’s sidelined soccer players frustrated by scuttled season, COVID-19’s physical, mental impact
Carleton University men and women’s varsity soccer team has been significantly impacted throughout the season due to the pandemic – and the mental health of some of their players has also taken a toll.
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
On ice: Curling’s brief return to play suspended at Rideau, other Ottawa clubs
Rideau Curling Club faces unprecedented challenges as they become one of the first curling clubs in Ottawa to finally reopen their doors to their members after COVID-19 shut them in March.
Ottawa golf courses ace the pandemic summer with record high numbers
It’s been one of the few industries in any sector that seems to have benefitted from the COVID-19 pandemic. As the 2020 golf season winds down, a look at how this outdoor activity — relatively easy to keep compliant with public health guidelines — became the go-to recreational outlet for many people.
COVID consequences: The new normal for amateur team sports
The new normal for sports seems bleak. Amateur leagues have suffered cancellation or experienced major change. [Photo @ John Balser]
Minor hockey leagues back on the ice in Ottawa – with restrictions
Ottawa minor hockey leagues such as the West End Hockey League are starting their season amongst growing COVID-19 regulations.
Ottawa curling clubs hope to salvage a season as COVID-19 rages
The COVID-19 pandemic has left the upcoming curling season on thin ice as clubs report that many members won’t be returning in the fall.