One Stittsville family will appear in 5 Christmas movies that were shot locally this year and will also appear in the new CBC series ‘Son of a Critch’.
As holiday gatherings return, the Ottawa Police Service (OPS), the Ottawa Insurance Brokers Association and MADD Ottawa remind everyone not to drive impaired.
The hustle and bustle of holiday preparations takes a fair bit of time and it just makes sense to shop local.
Councillor Gower is hiring – full or part-time position for someone who wants to make a difference in your community.
Isabell Williams, the Registered Dietician at Brown’s YIG, shares her sage advice on enjoying the holiday season without the guilt complex.
Stittsville photographer, Jacinta Cillis-Asquith has created a 2022 calendar highlighting beautifully the many species of local wildlife who have habitats in and around the Stittsville.
“This announcement is excellent news for the francophone community of Stittsville,” said Marc
Bertrand, Director of Education for the CECCE.
The 2022 Winter eGuides provide many choices of activities, offered in English and French, for you and your family to stay active this winter.
The Turcotte family – Shawn, Chantelle, Hudson and Kennedy – want their home to bring that same feeling of cheer to all those visiting their Home Alone display.
Residents are being asked to pick up a little something extra when they go shopping this weekend.
From Thursday, December 2 to Thursday, December 23, 73 schools across the city will host vaccination clinics on a rotating schedule with one in Stittsville.
The 6th installment of the Ottawa Police Purse Project has partnered with Shopper’s Drug Mart and Citron Hygiene and donations of personal hygiene products for women and men are being collected.
This week Councillor Gower is seeking volunteers to help out at the various outdoor rinks in a few of our Stittsville parks…
Samantha Dassanayake, a student at Sacred Heart High School, is an illustrator and the Marketing Coordinator for Bino Books a new startup that personalizes e-storybooks.
The Stittsville Village Association would like to remind residents that there will be no Parade of Lights along Stittsville Main Street this year.