Ottawa Tourism has been accredited by Canada’s 2SLGBTQI+ Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC), marking a significant milestone in the organisation’s ongoing commitment to promoting inclusivity and diversity in business and leisure tourism.
Ottawa is gearing up to host the esteemed 11th Annual International Indigenous Tourism Conference from February 25th to 28th, 2024. The event, set on the unceded Algonquin Anishinaabeg Territory, is organized by the Indigenous Tourism
Ottawa continues to win significant technology conferences, including three IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) events between now and summer 2025, solidifying its reputation as a leading destination within the sector.
Ottawa will host more than 1,000 delegates from AFOA Canada (formerly known as Aboriginal Financial Officers Association) during their National Conference from February 14-16, 2023.
Ottawa Tourism granted special museum status last month 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, many of
Ottawa Tourism hosted a group of more than 20 association, sporting event and travel trade buyers at an exclusive networking event in Scotland this weekend.
Ottawa Tourism will host up to 700 women from rural and indigenous communities at the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW) 2026 Conference from 24th April to 5th May, 2026.
Meeting planners from around the world have access to virtual tools to aid the planning of future events in Ottawa.
Rimap Hospitality headquartered in Montreal will bring Marriott’s design-driven AC Hotels by Marriott brand in Ottawa with a 208-room hotel.