Over the holidays, many residents supported our local businesses and restaurants and they all thank you. But, as you also may know, January especially during the lockdown…
Andrea Greenhous, is the Acting President of the Stittsville Business Association (SBA), taking over her new duties in December, 2021, from Allan Ryan, now Past-President.
The holidays are over and this week Councillor Gower is back at work. He provides an update to the community on the pandemic, in particular, the Omicron variant.
Restaurants are hurting and the latest lockdown announcement just brought more uncertainty for both owners and staff. With this in mind, Stittsville Central wants to support our local eateries and…
The government is introducing a $10,000 small business grant and providing electricity-rate relief under the province-wide modified Step 2 Roadmap.
This rental unit is located at 33 Cloverloft Court in Stittsville, Ontario. Identified by the City as one of Stittsville’s few 15-minute walkable neighourhoods.
Last year was so successful that again this year the Chris Scott team held their 2nd annual fundraiser in support of the Stittsville Food Bank.
(Andrea Greenhous, becomes the President of the Stittsville Business Association, announced at their final meeting for 2021 held on December 7.) On December 7, the Stittsville Business Association (SBA) held…
Councillor Gower provides his weekly update sharing information from Ottawa Public Health to the Stittsville Business Association ‘Business of the Year’ awards.
The hustle and bustle of holiday preparations takes a fair bit of time and it just makes sense to shop local.
Stittsville photographer, Jacinta Cillis-Asquith has created a 2022 calendar highlighting beautifully the many species of local wildlife who have habitats in and around the Stittsville.
Samantha Dassanayake, a student at Sacred Heart High School, is an illustrator and the Marketing Coordinator for Bino Books a new startup that personalizes e-storybooks.
The Stittsville Village Association would like to remind residents that there will be no Parade of Lights along Stittsville Main Street this year.
Jeff Robinson, owner of Crave Tacos, has been bringing live music to his stage all summer long and he is doing it again for a great cause.
The last of the Sweater Weather Charity Markets, hosted by Mandy Faulkner and Daniel Viens owners of Stittsville Market at the Barn, takes place on Sunday, November 28.