December 1, 2022—At an event at the Canada Science and Technology Museum attended by more than 200 members of the local tourism industry yesterday, Ottawa Tourism launched a Destination Stewardship Plan to guide the development of the region from a tourism perspective over the next decade.
October 6, 2022—Today, Ottawa Tourism announced support for 55 tourism businesses and organizations in the Ottawa and Prescott-Russell region to recover from the pandemic and prepare for future growth.
September 22, 2022—Ottawa Tourism’s Business and Major Events team hosted an exclusive group of 24 meeting planner guests earlier this week, showcasing hotels and meeting venues between inspiring speakers and local musicians.
June 20, 2022—Ottawa Tourism granted special museum status today to dozens of Ottawa festivals, restaurants, concert venues, and attractions as a way to shine a light on some of the city’s cultural hidden gems.
March 30, 2022—The City of Ottawa and Ottawa Tourism brought more than 125 local tourism and business leaders, owners, and operators together at yesterday’s Canada in One City event at the Westin Ottawa to share how city branding can lead the way to economic recovery.