Visitors to the Carp River Conservation Area can experience their visit like never before with the new interactive and educational app, EcoTrekr, which was inspired by Pokémon GO. EcoTrekr is available to download for free on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
The Ottawa Fire Services has implemented an open air fire ban across the City of Ottawa in response to current heat conditions. The ban went into effect June 8th.
Returning this year, and for the first time, the annual Stittsville Volunteer Awards were held virtually on June 3rd. This year’s nominated volunteers are all deserving of recognition.
Lucy Hambly, of Stittsville, was among the winners of the 2021 Awesome Authors contest in the Short Story age 9-12 category.
Ottawa’s Odyssey Theatre will run their free, four-week Youth Apprenticeship Program, for youth aged 15-19, throughout August.
Seventeen-year-old Maddie Derrick-Foley owns Groomaholics, a dog grooming business partnered with Total Dog Care in Carp.
On May 20th, Kardish Health Food Centre announced the launch of the exclusive Ottawa Mask, which can be purchased at any one of the retailer’s seven locations across Ottawa. Proceeds from the sales of these masks will go towards CHEO.
U-Rock Music School, owned by Cathy Hallessey and Brian Brodersen out of their home in Stittsville, is celebrating 25 years in business.
Scott Michael Gale recently released his debut novel, The Specialist: The Paranormal Adventures of Lydia Walker, a supernatural story which acts as the first in the Peculiar Novels series.
Pro-Style Martial Arts offers training with Karate Master John Laroda. Online classes are available, but John is eager to reopen the club for in-person lessons.
(The new Veterans’ House located on the former CFB Rockcliffe Airbase property. Photos: Submitted by SUC.) Stittsville United Church (SUC) joined The Multifaith Housing Initiative (MHI) campaign, United We Stand,…
Five hundred kilometres southwest of Stittsville sits the little village where I grew up: Embro. With a population estimated to be 826 in 2016, I’d say calling Embro small is rather fitting.
Stittsville’s Tasneem Alnahhas, a student at Earl of March Secondary School, is one of only thirty students across Canada to be selected as a 2021 Loran Scholar.
The Ottawa-Stittsville Rotary Club is offering two free virtual webinars on mental health, in recognition of Mental Health Week (May 3-9).
On March 22nd, Stittsville resident Jesse Card was appointed as the Acting Executive Director at Youth Ottawa. Jesse took over after Ian Bingeman, the former Executive Director, left the organization.