This high-performance team will be playing their games on the first weekend of the 2023Ontario Winter Games being held in Renfrew County.
The transition from diesel buses to battery-electric is one of the most impactful actions the City can take to meet its goal of reducing greenhouse-gas emissions by 2040.
This year, the members are celebrating the ‘Canadian Year of the Garden’ with red being the predominant colour found in many gardens and that they would like to see in the photos being submitted…
January has passed quickly and for the last week of the month, Councillor Gower provides his updates for the coming week, past week and upcoming events in Stittsville.
From funding for electric buses to a list of outdoor rinks, Councillor Gower provides his update for the week of January 22nd.
I am very thankful to WORA, my coaches, and teammates over the years for their continuing support, teaching and friendship
(Stittsville author, John W. Egan, has released his third book in his exciting historical series that follows Cillian, a young Roman citizen. This new novel is entitled Empire’s Victory with…
In this week’s update from Councillor Gower, he encourages residents who are public servants, and returning to work, to use OC Transpo as your mode of transportation. If you are…
When books are purchased from the Friends of the Library book sale at ‘Good Reads’ in the Stittville branch, money raised can be used for special things not covered in the library’s regular budget.
The holiday season is over and Councillor Gower has started 2023 with his first update to the community on Stittsville Central.
In recognition of his book ‘Richmond’s Got Spirit’, his many videos about Goulbourn’s history, in addition to his many years as owner and editor of The Stittsville News, the Federation of Citizens’ Associations of Ottawa (FCA) honoured John Curry with their Lifetime Achievement Award…
Residential property owners can now complete their 2022 occupancy declaration. . As of 2:30pm on January 4th, the City of Ottawa had received 17,000 completed declarations.
Ontario is making it more convenient for people to connect to care closer to home by launching pharmacist prescribing for some of the most common medical ailments.
The students at the school have been busy collecting new and gently used items over the past few weeks – all to be sorted in time for the sale.
Environment Canada has identified hazardous weather for Thursday, December 22. As a result, the City of Ottawa has declared a Significant Weather Event.