The Canadian debut of the Red Bull Global Rallycross wrapped up at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum Sunday evening.
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Once you’ve turned a dirt corner at highway speeds almost on a dime, you won’t want to go back to pavement.
This weekend promises plenty of excitement as the Ottawa/Rockcliffe Airport transforms part of its runway into a 1.22 km professional race track for rounds six and seven of the Global Rallycross.
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The June 3 event is part of 100in1Day, a civic engagement festival that will see dozens of small events take place across the city.
City of Ottawa ball diamonds will be officially open as of Monday May 15 for baseball and softball groups only.
“The response from fans has been tremendous and while all of us in the REDBLACKS organization are excited, our goal is a sell-out and we’re not there yet,” said John Mathers, VP Ticketing and Marketing for OSEG.
Hint: About the same as Mark Borowiecki’s salary.
MacArthur has not played a game since October 2015 after receiving three concussions from three different games.
The City was betting on a big economic boost if the games ended up in Ottawa, with estimates of 20,000 visitors and $150 million in local economic activity.
The Grey Cup Festival Team announced an open call for artist submissions looking for performers from all across the nation to celebrate what makes us Canadian.
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Rideau Hall, the official residence and workplace of the governor general, will be the first place the public will have a chance to view the Stanley Cup in the National Capital Region.
“RCMP geospatial measuring pegs the crowd at 28,000 in one snapshot from Saturday evening (8pm) for the bowl and Wellington area.”
More photos from the final races of the championship that took nine years to bring to Ottawa.
Our favourite photos from Friday night’s Red Bull Crashed Ice.
Spring is in the air, and the NCC says it’s just too warm.
On Saturday, February 18, the ice surface of the Rideau Canal Skateway will be transformed into 150 rinks, where minor teams (Novice to Peewee age categories) from Canada’s Capital Region will have the chance of a lifetime to play a fun game of shinny hockey.