Sound of Muse Records-Creative Media studio in Stittsville recently partnered with the Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) for a first-ever on-line production.
Ontario will move to Step 3 on Friday, July 16 at 12:01am, a full five days ahead of the originally scheduled date of July 21. This is good news for all local businesses that have been experiencing difficult times.
Scientists are measuring levels of inflammation in our bodies and finding that it can be pretty bad for our health; this is especially true when it’s chronic (i.e. lasts a long time).
Through the years, Cathy and Brian have always found a way to give back to the community and provide musical leadership to our Stittsville youth.
You can find many locally made gifts for that special someone or even yourself! Father’s Day is on June 20th and you are sure to find the perfect gift for Dad at the Makers Market this Saturday, June 19 or Sunday, June 20.
Ready for a break, but not ready to travel far yet? How about a cycling staycation in Stittsville? The Rotary Club of Ottawa Stittsville are hosting a family cycling event…
Over the past year, you’ve probably spent more time in your kitchen than ever before, and let’s be honest, it’s exhausting. While you may have dabbled in some of the latest food trends…
The provincial Roadmap to Reopen is a three-step plan to safely and cautiously reopen the province and gradually lift public health measures. The City has provided an overview of the rules for areas in Step 1.
Councillor Gower has a jam-packed update of information to keep Stittsville residents aware of community happenings. Councillor Chat takes place June 8 at 7:00pm.
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.
Seventeen-year-old Maddie Derrick-Foley owns Groomaholics, a dog grooming business partnered with Total Dog Care in Carp.
The three-step plan to reopening Ontario recently introduced by the provincial government has placed a huge burden on Stittsville local restaurants and small businesses.
U-Rock Music School, owned by Cathy Hallessey and Brian Brodersen out of their home in Stittsville, is celebrating 25 years in business.
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.
Oaktree Health are excited to bring their chiropractic and acupuncture clinic to Stittsville. Located on Carp Road, their grand opening is being celebrated and Stittsville Central welcomes this new business to Stittsville.