Tom Anselmi replaces Cyril Leeder as President & CEO of the Ottawa Senators, effective immediately.
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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...
Ottawa Fury FC to feature in Eastern Conference with 32-game season beginning March 24
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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.
(press release) Canada’s Capital Region ¾With this week’s snowfall, the...
The program will give high school football players the opportunity to train with university and CFL experienced coaches, as well as compete against U.S. teams.
The streets ran red – and black – Tuesday with thousands of fans turning out to a parade in honour of the REDBLACKS’ Grey Cup win.
It was the first Grey Cup win for the team, which started in 2014.
The team they are playing is yet to be determined.
The Canadian Association of Disabled Skiers program supports skiers who have various levels of physical and/or developmental disabilities.
Tennis Canada announced that TD Place will host the Davis Cup, the world cup equivalent for tennis.
The NHL and Ottawa Senators had wanted to hold the game on Parliament Hill, but that idea was shut down by Canadian Heritage, citing security and logistics challenges.