The National Arts Centre is hosting their 2024 BIG BANG Festival on February 17th and 18th, and one of Stittsville’s talented students has been made one of ten Ambassadors.
Shop local this holiday – whether you’re looking for something special for a loved one, a treat for yourself, or a solution for that hard-to-shop-for person, Handfashioned Fine Craft has it all!
In a recent interview, founder of The Dirty Seahorse, Dianne Finnigan, explained how her company is pushing women’s workwear in the right direction.
After a busy Halloween, children, adults, and everyone in between came to celebrate and show off their immense talent this November 1st at the annual Pumpkin Parade.
The Saint Michael’s Purple Knights have released their 2023-2024 roster, which includes 18-year-old Victoria FitzGibbon from Stittsville.
The Rotary Club has announced they will be supporting Operation Come Home by hosting a one-day Food Drive on Saturday, August 12th, 2023.
The Professional Women’s Hockey Player’s Association and Premier Hockey Federation have just announced the launch of a new, unified professional women’s hockey league.
This week, Councillor Gower focuses on firework safety and invites the community to celebrate Canada Day by participating in any of the numerous exciting events happening in Stittsville on July 1st.
Rare Republic Canada, a local nonprofit dedicated to raising money and awareness for endangered species is officially shutting down today.
The Rotary Club of Ottawa-Stittsville will be showing the two final films of their film series on April 24th and May 29th.
After being selected to represent Team Great Britain, Kanata-raised Ila Hobbins will be competing for gold in South Korea later this month.
Ontario is currently working on building a better transportation system across the province. In order to do so, they have declared that they will be allocating funds towards Ottawa’s public transit services.
The Stittsville Rotary Club is once again bringing back their awaited film series this winter with the showing of four choice films.
The Ottawa Public Library invites Ottawa’s young writers to once again take part in the Awesome Authors Contest for a chance to have their work published and win cash prizes.
21-year-old forward, Ila Hobbins of Kanata, is set to compete in an ice hockey tournament in Poland this February, where she will represent Great Britain.