As the wound of Ottawa’s failed 2021 Canada Games proposal turns to a scar, the City and its resident-sports organizations move forward with trying to reconcile one of the nation’s capital’s shortcomings – its aging and outdated sports facilities – that the failed bid exposed.
The era of Ottawa TFC has officially begun with the club born from the amalgamation of Cumberland United and Capital United having held the official kickoff of its first competitive season.
Emelia Dermott is a force to be reckoned with.
Sam Zakutney is having a successful run this gymnastics season, most recently winning the top prize during the 2019 Artistic Gymnastics Canadian Championships.
The Gloucester Wolverines’ top men’s team won their second consecutive provincial title at this year’s Ontario Basketball Provincial Championships.
The Rideau Canoe Club hosted its members and more than 75 of its alumni for a reunion on June 8, where it also unveiled its new “Wall of Champions.” Seven of the club’s former commodores attended, where they received special recognition from current Commodore Tom Hoferek.
On the eve of her 30th birthday, Stittsville native Erica Wiebe was back in her hometown to lead an intro-to-wrestling clinic for youngsters from age 8-11.