The provincial Roadmap to Reopen is a three-step plan to safely and cautiously reopen the province and gradually lift public health measures. The City has provided an overview of the rules for areas in Step 1.
On June 25, 2020, Wellings of Stittsville began a partnership with the Stittsville Lions to raise money for the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides. The partnership has proved to be a success!
Councillor Gower has a jam-packed update of information to keep Stittsville residents aware of community happenings. Councillor Chat takes place June 8 at 7:00pm.
Stittsville’s Jeff Tindall, founder of Let’s Bike Stittsville was honoured at a virtual ceremony on June 2 when he was named as the recipient of the 2019-2020 Bruce Timmermans Individual Award.
OC Transpo has received confirmation that a bus operator has tested positive for COVID-19 that affects some Stittsville and area routes.
The City wants to hear your feedback on their draft report document for the first-ever combined Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan (PRFMP)…
MASC and the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) celebrate National Indigenous History Month with hoop dancer Rhonda Doxtator on Wednesday June 2 at 7:00pm and Indigenous Experiences on Wednesday June 16, as part of…
Ottawa Fire Services received a 911 call at 6:58am reporting a recycling facility on Westhunt road off of Carp Road was fully engulfed in fire.
Liam says he is “a fitness enthusiast spearheading an ambitious challenge that hopes could change a lot of peoples’ lives.”
This coming week is exciting for Stittsville volunteers who have been nominated for the 2021 Stittsville Volunteer Awards and are so worthy of recognition. Councillor Gower is honoured to recognize such a group of dedicated people.
Jacob Griffin is a graduate from Sacred Heart High School in 2012 and lived in Stittsville for eight years. For two years, he was a member of the Governor General Foot Guards, working one summer on Parliament Hill foot guard duty. He then joined the military in Ottawa as a Reservist…
This community owned club is undergoing a major facelift – just in time to celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2021!
The three-step plan to reopening Ontario recently introduced by the provincial government has placed a huge burden on Stittsville local restaurants and small businesses.
The significant opposition to this proposal has not been given the consideration that it deserves.
Councillor Gower provides information on upcoming events of interest to residents – the Stittsville Volunteer Awards on June 3rd and the Let’s Bike on urban cycling virtual workshop taking place on June 16.