This year marks the 175 anniversity of the Stittsville United Church. The church that stands with its graveyard at the corner of Stittsville Main Street and Fernbank Road has a history that takes you back to 1819.
Mathew Paquet grew up in Kanata, graduated from Ottawa University and in 2019 while attending school had the foresight to found his company – myMarketing – answering the needs of small and medium sized businesses in an ever-changing digital world.
Additional details have been received by the City on the provincial stage-two modified restrictions. Following provincial guidelines, the limitation of 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors still applies – with masks mandatory and to be worn in all facilities.
To help those who want to get a flu shot locally, aside from your family doctor, Stittsville Central has put together a list of those pharmacies in Stittsville providing flu shots this season.
Councillor Gower shares with our Stittsville community the challenge of the City budget and asks for your feedback; keeping our catch basins clean; he’s hiring a part-time assistant; City flu shot clinics and locations…
Ron Gardner, President of Rural Root Theatre (RRTC) and Vice-President of Kanata Theatre, says, “It is important to me to keep theatre alive and in the community…It is RRTC’s mission statement to do just that.”
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, at a media event on Friday, strongly emphasized, “No more warnings. As of Tuesday, no mask, no ride, and you will be issued a ticket.”
Restaurants are hurting and the October 9th announcement just brought about more uncertainty for both owners and staff. With this in mind, Stittsville Central wants to support our local eateries and keep them up and running. We have updated our ‘spring’ list to now include over 40 restaurants just in our town and immediate area…
Ontario has placed new restrictions on Ottawa, Peel Region and Toronto due to the record number of increased COVID-19 cases. Effective October 10, indoor dining at restaurants and bars will be prohibited…
Throughout Thanksgiving weekend, Ottawa Police officers across the city will be on the lookout for impaired driving on roads and trails, speeding, stunt and aggressive driving, as well as safety on sidewalks.
The week Councillor Glen Gower has shared information on the Transporation Master Plan questionnaire, updates from Ottawa Public Health and Thanksgiving, and the Potter’s Key/Echowoods unfinished pathway.
By now, we have all heard of the financial strain on Legions across Canada, with the possible closure of some branches. Kyle Donaldson does not want to see this scenario occur to our local Branch 618.
Now that sitting in a packed theatre is off the table for the foreseeable future, a Company of Fools has connected with Ottawa Public Library (OPL) to bring Love from Afar, a unique and original Shakespearian mashup, to your home and screen.
Kelly MacNaull of Stittsville along with the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation is hosting a FUNDrive in support of families touched by cancer in our community. Drop off your bags of clothes, small house hold items to our 1st Annual Fall FUNDdrive!
Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind has launched a licensed raffle to raise funds for the charity by partnering with WestJet to win a ‘Gift of Flight’.