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.
Tom Anselmi replaces Cyril Leeder as President & CEO of the Ottawa Senators, effective immediately.
Burris has had a 17-season career in the league, which included winning three Grey Cups, including one last November.
As part of the bid process, the City wants to showcase the strong community support and enthusiasm for hosting the event.
Although it has been groomed for several weeks now, the...
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Toboggans, sledding, tubing, sliding … whatever you want to call...
The 18th annual Bell Capital Cup saw over 600 games (almost 1,000 hours of hockey) played on 23 ice surfaces across Ottawa, from Stittsville to Orleans and points in between.
Our city is a great place to skate!
The public is asked to remain off the Rideau Canal surface, as the ice is still dangerously thin.
This marks the third significant re-signing for the REDBLACKS since winning the city’s first Grey Cup in four decades.
Olympic bronze medalist Joannie Rochette said she doesn’t usually skate outdoors, so her performance Sunday on the Rink of Dreams outside city hall was a special treat.