November is Diabetes Awareness Month. An awareness not overlooked by the Stittsville Lions Club.
Residents looking forward to getting back on the ice will be excited to see the Fall 2021 Skating and Hockey eGuide available online now.
We are writing to express the Ottawa-Carleton Wildlife Centre’s extreme frustration in our attempt to work with the City of Ottawa on Beaver issues.
It’s an exploration of taste, smell, and touch during the second annual Savour the Senses virtual event in support of DeafBlind Ontario Foundation on October 23.
The 12th year of the 9runrun race day is less than two weeks away taking place on October 16. The annual race has raised over $200,000 for mental health to support the Ottawa First Responders’ Foundation.
More than a decade ago, City Council directed staff to develop a Wildlife Strategy that “would facilitate and foster a more harmonious relationship with all wildlife.
Based on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is cautiously easing capacity limits for select indoor and outdoor settings where proof of vaccination is required.
This year the SGHS has chosen the Lee Boltwood Park as their ongoing project. The park is located in the Bradley Commons neighbourhood on Abbott Street, East (just past the roundabout).
As you travel down Hazeldean Road, you may have noticed that the farmhouse on the Bradley-Craig farm is covered in scaffolding.
Starting on Wednesday, September 22, proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will be required to access indoor recreational or cultural activities – no access without proof of vaccination.
The last weekend of summer is over with fall on the way September 22nd. There is no better way to start the autumn season than participating in the Councillor Chat,…
Looking for a doctor or walk-in clinic in our area? Councillor Gower provides a community list in this week’s updates to Stittsville Central. He reminds people of what you need to vote on Election Day – September 20th…
If the work starts during this timeframe and the beavers have had their kits and are moved – the family won’t survive the winter! Beavers are extremely territorial.
Should this be approved, WM would be permitted to accept a larger list and wider range of waste materials at the landfill…
Ottawa Public Health (OPS) strongly recommends all Ottawa employers implement workplace vaccination policies to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.