The 105th Grey Cup features the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts. The big game will take place at TD Place at 6:30 PM on Sunday, November 26th. However, there’s lots to do before kick-off in and around Ottawa. To get you up-to-speed with all things Grey Cup, 1310 NEWS has a guide to all the festivities and events. Location: TD Place Arena Time: 6 p.m. Cost: $45 per day or $105 for a three-day pass.
A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Rifle Road near Shirley’s Bay. The landing happened just after 2 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon. Ottawa Police Constable Marc Soucy tells 1310 NEWS that the results of the crash were miraculous. “It did land safely and the plane did suffer significant damage but no one was injured.”The pilot of the small plane was the only person on board and walked away. The Ministry of Transportation has been called in to investigate the emergency landing.
OTTAWA – The message from the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, the City of Ottawa, and OC Transpo is simple: “don’t drive to Lansdowne.”The 105th Grey Cup and Grey Cup Festival transit plan was unveiled Wednesday at TD Place. It includes free rides on game day Sunday for all ticket holders. Ticket holders to any festivities during the week also get free rides but only three hours before and three hours after a scheduled event.
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Selecting a term
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