Author: Stittsville Central Staff
Focus on what you can control: Five steps to deal with rising costs
If you’re on a fixed income, or haven’t been able to increase your income, you’re probably noticing that the value of a dollar isn’t what it used to be.
Sustainable nutrition goals to help you through the year
Making goals is simple in theory, however we often set ourselves up to fail through overly restrictive plans that aren’t sustainable, and sometimes not even healthy!
Financial Focus with Darryl: what are GICs? The advantages and disadvantages explained
(This sponsored article was provided by Darryl Metzger, Financial Advisor at Edward Jones, Stittsville. Get in touch with Darryl to learn more of how he can help with your financial…
8th annual “Be Safe, Be Seen” campaign launched by Ottawa Fire, Safer Roads Ottawa and Ottawa Police
Ottawa Fire Services, in partnership with Safer Roads Ottawa and the Ottawa Police Service, have launched the eighth annual “Be Safe, Be Seen” initiative.
Back to reading, writing, math – and road safety
Bells in over 300 Ottawa schools will soon be signaling the end of summer and the start of a new school year – let’s review some road safety lessons.
Back-to-school nutrition: Tried and true tips for picky eaters
Packing a child’s lunch box can be one of those challenging things, especially if you have a picky eater. Many families struggle with picky eaters…
Coyotes are ever-present in Stittsville community – information to assist with co-habitating
Ottawa is not the only municipality to experience challenges in its relationship with coyotes and some suggest a violent, cruel and ineffective solution in the form of culls. The truth is that human–coyote encounters are largely a manmade problem…
19 people charged with impaired driving over the long weekend – Stittsville G2 driver charged
Over the long weekend, the Ottawa Police Service charged 19 people with Impaired driving related offences. Of the drivers charged, three were found to be impaired by drugs.
2022 Municipal Election nominations and third party advertiser registration opens on May 2
The City of Ottawa’s municipal elections to elect a Mayor, City Councillors, and School Board Trustees will take place on Monday, October 24, 2022.
What does an unplanned career transition mean for you?
It is not an easy task to be faced with an unplanned career transition, such as a facility closure or the financial downturn many businesses are experiencing as the pandemic evolves.
Exploring Canada’s wilderness with Adam Shoalts
A Presentation of the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust taking place on March 23, 2022 via Zoom.
Filing your taxes: DIY or hire a professional?
Considering whether to complete your taxes yourself or hire a tax professional? Here are some pros and cons of each…
Financial focus with Darryl: Five smart options for your tax refund
You may not get much of a thrill from filing your taxes, but the process becomes much more enjoyable if you’re expecting a refund.
Tap into your artistic talents for Black History Month with Ottawa Public Library
Black History Month is an important opportunity for celebration, affirmation, and focused attention on the ways that Black Canadians have contributed to Canada’s history and culture.
Financial focus with Darryl: What are your financial resolutions for 2022?
As you know, 2021 was full of challenges. We were still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic when supply chains shut down and inflation heated up.