The 2022 Stittsville Volunteer Awards recognized our community volunteers who contribute to a social environment that nurtures the well-being of all.
Mandy’s perseverance, the fantastic volunteers and entertainers coming together on May 22nd made the day the success that it was. It was a perfect outlet for the kids and families to take their minds off of a stressful situation…
eff Robinson, owner of Crave Tacos, knew that the need was great for the Stittsville Food Bank, especially after the recent Derecho that swept through Stittsville.
According to Statistics Canada, international travel by Canadians was down nearly 37% in the first three quarters of 2021 compared to the same period before the COVID-19 pandemic. But with…
The Market at the Barn folks will be kicking off the farmers market season on Sunday, May 8th at 9:00am.
The FUNdraisers organized by the Stittsville Knights of Columbus are beginning the season with their first market on Saturday, April 16 in the Holy Spirit Parish parking lot.
Algonquin College is currently looking to place Film & Media Production students in meaningful field placements this summer.
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.
Andrea Greenhous thanked Allan Ryan for all of his hard work over the past two years to bring the Stittsville Business Association to where it is today.
This provincial funding includes $1,953,588 going to Granite Ridge Care Community in Stittsville to hire additional staff this year.
The Stittsville Volunteer Awards is your opportunity to bring the dedicated community involvement of your nominee to light.
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Virginia Dubois, a stay-at-home mom of two toddlers, creates custom compression garments for children who are differently abled. She hopes to raise funds to expand her products.
Councillor Gower is encouraging residents to make a humanitarian relief donation to the Red Cross for the people of Ukraine.
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.