In recognition of National Family Literacy Day on January 27, 2022, the Kiwanis Club of Kanata-Stittsville are ensuring that kids have their books in time to participate.
‘Grandparent’ scam preys on your emotional factor to de-fraud you…be vigilant when receiving calls for help from supposed family members.
Multiple 911 calls started coming in to the Ottawa Fire Communications Division on January 20 beginning at 5:30am.
As the health care indictors are beginning to show some signs of improvement, the first date for the gradual re-opening plan is January 31, 2022 with restaurants, gyms and sporting events.
Ernie Allen turned 100 on Friday, January 14, 2022 with the arrangements to celebrate beginning back in early October. At that time, Wildpine Residence Assistant Manager, Lucy Di Santo…
Nice to see Councillor Gower getting out, finally, for his cross-crountry ski, but he was also working – writing this week’s updates in his column for us.
For this reason, Marianka, of Chartwell Stonehaven in Bridlewood, told us, “we have recently teamed up with St. Paul’s Anglican Church to collect donations for the Ottawa Mission and various other Ottawa not-for-profit organizations
With a major snowstorm headed to the Ottawa area, the City of Ottawa is advising of service impacts – including waste and recycling collection.
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…
On January 14, the Chair of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) sent a letter to the Ontario Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, in which she outlined the prevalent concerns for the January 17 return to school…
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.
Returning this year, the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society (SGHS) has opened its annual photo competition.
On January 10, 2022, Dakota Brasier, spokesperson for Transport Minister Caroline Mulroney, confirmed that Ontario’s Transport Ministry is shortening the final road test required to earn a full Ontario driver’s licence.
It’s that time of year again when Ottawa Public Library (OPL) challenges children and youth interested in writing to push their creative flair…
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.