Councillor Gower is pleased to share that Ritual on Main opens Wednesday and the new and larger Farmboy opens on Thursday.
hiChi Houron (Chi as she is known) is the heart behind the unique coffee house – Ritual on Main – opening its doors on November 17th on Stittsville Main.
The Remembrance Day service hosted by the Stittsville Legion, Branch 618, was a scaled down ceremony again this year due to the health guidelines in place, but many came to honour our veterans and military.
OC Transpo will be offering unlimited no-charge service on all forms of transit (buses, O-Train and Para Transpo) to customers in December.
The very first recipient of the ‘Thank You Canada and Allied Forces 1945-2005 Medal’ was Hallie Sloan, 88, of Stittsville who served with the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps during World War II.
Stittsville resident Collinda Joseph recently brought her skills as a curler to the Wheelchair Curling World Championships in Beijing!
Farm Boy is bringing a bigger and better fresh market experience to Stittsville.
On the morning of November 8, 2021, Mayor Jim Watson hosted a commemorative street naming ceremony at City Hall in honour of Veterans’ Week.
In honour of Remembrance Day on November 11th, Councillor Gower shares the details of the Stittsville Legion ceremony taking place at the Cenotaph at the Johnny Leroux Arena.
Barbara Robson has now written a children’s book, “Alex in Amberwood”, with charming and witty illustrations created by Christina Bugatsch.
The City of Ottawa received a Zoning By-law Amendment, Plan of Subdivision and Plan of Condominium applications from Fotenn Planning + Design, on behalf of Latitude Homes a division of Wildpine Trails Inc., for the property at 37 Wildpine Court.
Not only has the Stittsville Library returned to their regular hours, they are introducing in-person programs for November.
With a return to the Halloween haunting evening after a year off due to COVID, many more trick and treaters could be found going door-to-door in Stittsville on Halloween night. Young and old were thrilled to see the spookily creative…
On Saturday, October 30, the Stittsville Land Keepers held their first successful event as a group. Founded by Jessie Lozansky, the group members are from Stittsville and surrounding area.
The West Ottawa Ringette Association (WORA) broke some exciting news last week for Stittsville. They now have a newly formed U19AA level team.