For the past 51 weeks, Councillor Gower has provided the Stittsville Central weekly updates to the community. This is his 52nd update and we appreciate being able to share…
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.
Ghamari is asking residents to sign the petitions so she can present them directly to the Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, early next week.
MVCA and Friends of the Carp River cordially invite you to attend the Discover the Carp River Conservation Area event on Saturday, 2 October, from 1:30pm to 4pm.
Councillor Gower asks Stittsville residents to reflect and learn about reconciliation on September 30 as we honour those whose lives were impacted by the Residential School System.
(The former historic Butler House, also known as Green’s Hotel, was built in 1894, and is located on Stittsville Main Street. Photo: Sleepwell) The Labour Day long weekend has quickly…
The summer is quickly passing and the return to school is around the corner, with that in mind, Councillor Gower provides some pertinent information for those driving and parking near schools.
A Site Plan Control application was submitted to the City on August 9, 2021 to permit the construction of a one-storey elementary school for the Ottawa Catholic School Board.
Councillor Gower shares an abundance of information in this week’s update that is relative to the community.
You can catch-up with Councillor Glen not only on Facebook Live or YouTube, his Saturday morning updates are now available as a podcast on Spotify and iTunes.
Councillor Gower was on vacation last week and wanted to ensure that on his return the community is updated with this jam-packed list of information…
The historical theme of Village Square Park denotes Stittsville’s first heritage park as a tribute to the importance of the railway’s influence on Stittsville and its prosperity.
Poole Creek, in the heart of Stittsville, is a vital and rare cold to cool water stream that sustains a unique ecological system of great environmental and recreational value to the community.
For the first time in the history of the Planning Committee, two co-chairs have been named to replace Jan Harder who stepped down at the end of June.
Councillor Gower is sharing his weekly information and updates to ensure that residents are aware of events and issues that effect Stittsville. This week he provides an update on the…