An additional team of 12 Stantec employees helped to sort and box food at the Ottawa Food Bank headquarters in the east end.
Stittsville seems to be a bit obsessed with Quitters Coffee, the new cafe that Kathleen Edwards is opening on Main Street later this month.
We posted two articles about Quitters on our web site last week which became the top two most-read stories of the week. We think that any excitement about new businesses on Stittsville Main is a good thing, so we’re happy to fuel the obsession in any way that we can.
Earlier today graphic designer Steve St. Pierre posted this on Twitter:
Pho TJ, Stittsville’s newest restaurant, opens for business today at 11am.
Located at 1151 Main Stittsville Main Street, the restaurant specializes in authentic Vietnamese food, with a focus on pho, a flavourful noodle soup usually served with beef, chicken, or pork.
This could be one of the most coveted jobs in Stittsville.
Quitters Coffee, a new cafe opening later this month on Stittsville Main Street, is hiring. It’s owned by one of Stittsville’s most famous residents, musician Kathleen Edwards.
Edwards posted this photo to her Twitter account yesterday:
Kathleen Edwards is opening a coffee shop called Quitters on Stittsville Main, just south of Abbott Street.
There are signs up now on the building and renovations are underway inside. The opening is planned for late September.
The Richmond Bakery has closed.
Current owner Joe Kunert had been baking there for 35 years. He posted a note on the door yesterday that said: “Sorry, closed! Thank-you all, for your support over the years! Joe.”
You can get Gaia Java coffee beans at the Brown’s Independent. This dark roast is delicious. Nice to see one Stittsville business supporting another.
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