Stittsville is bustling this weekend with many events taking place. With a full weekend, we thought we should prepare a convenient list of happenings around town.
This month a new exhibit takes over the library wall featuring the photographs of long-time Stittsville resident and photographer John Edkins.
Market in the Park takes place on Saturday, October 16, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Proceeds from the fundraising event will go to The Snowsuit Fund.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month. An awareness not overlooked by the Stittsville Lions Club.
The Ontario government is opening a temporary road test centre in Ottawa to increase testing capacity – road test booking starts October 14, 2021.
Residents looking forward to getting back on the ice will be excited to see the Fall 2021 Skating and Hockey eGuide available online now.
There are a number of outdoor and virtual events taking place in the coming weeks that the Councillor is bringing to your attention.
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.
The idea for staff to lose their locks with a fundraiser for CHEO kids was sparked by Laurel Davidge, a Receptionist at Wildpine.
In a October 6 letter, Dr. Vera Etches, Ottawa’s Medical Officer of Health, has outlined the new vaccine requirement and guidelines to assist in preventing the spread of COVID-19 for indoor organized sports.
Volunteers are needed at the Ottawa Humane Society to help the homeless pets find their forever homes.
Over 240 thefts have been reported so far this year with Lexus/Toyota products not the only vehicles being stolen.
First arriving crew confirmed that six units in one of the blocks was fully engulfed. The townhomes were all unoccupied and there was no power to the units.
The City of Ottawa is reminding residents of various schedule changes on Thanksgiving Day, Monday, October 11.
Ghamari is asking residents to sign the petitions so she can present them directly to the Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, early next week.