It will probably be hard to miss these dozen-or-so metres tall mechanical creatures roaming around in the streets, but as a helpful guide here’s the schedule from Ottawa 2017.
Over 350,000 people visited Rideau Hall in 2016. Rarely closed, it is a year-round destination — but this time of the year is the most popular time to visit.
Canada’s Biggest Garden Party – It’s here and it’s fantastic!...
Join Ottawa’s movers and shakers on July 27th as Emond Hardnen and...
‘Nobody else has been crazy enough’: Sound and light show in LRT tunnel first of its kind in the world
“Nobody else has been crazy enough to have this kind of ambitious project,” said Guy Laflamme, executive director of Ottawa 2017. “We basically transformed the future Lyon station into a spectacular, futuristic, sound and light production.”
The family friendly Festival offers FREE Admission (you pay for what you eat) and there’s lots of street, lot and indoor parking within two blocks of Festival Plaza including free and special parking rates on the weekend.
Don’t miss this one of a kind whirlwind of a show as these two magnificent performers come together to bring you an unparalleled rock’n roll concert experience celebrating the music and legacy of Elvis Presley.
Don’t miss this special show by Iva (Kathleen Ivaluarjuk Merritt) whose music is a melodic mix of Inuit throat-singing, poetry-infused and Celtic-influenced folk music at the Canadian Museum of Nature on Friday, July 22.
Shelters affected were on Merkley Drive, Jeanne D’Arc Boulevard, Meadowglen Drive, and Orleans Boulevard.
This event will bring giant mechanical creatures, thousands of visitors and five days of intermittent traffic impacts – including one for setup on Wednesday, July 26 – to Ottawa’s downtown.
A night of fun turned into a night of disarray for 200 Bluesfest goers who had to be treated by paramedics on Thursday night for a variety of reasons including drug use, intoxication and assorted injuries.
Indoor swimming pools City of Ottawa pools – Ottawa has...
Despite great anticipation and support from the community, Stittsville won’t be getting a farmers market after all.
Over 200 patients were assessed Thursday night.
The Ottawa summer pastime, the Changing of the Guard, occurs every day at 10 a.m. on Parliament Hill from early July until late August.
Northern Lights starts July 11 on Parliament Hill, bringing to life in spectacular detail the people, events and milestones that shape Canadian history.
July 1 was the 150th anniversary of Confederation, but it also marked 50 years of the Brookfield Restaurant and Confectionary in Riverside South.
Come visit us and take a step back into medieval...
How a local Muslim group thanked Ottawa church for their support in aftermath of Quebec mosque shooting
When six Muslims were killed in a mosque shooting in Quebec, an Ottawa church held a vigil and sent cards to the Kanata Muslim Association. Now, they and other local churches are being thanked.
Although Canada Day celebrations are over, events will still be...