As the holiday season descends upon us, trees come to the forefront of many households’ thoughts. Of course these are Christmas trees…
The annual Stittsville-Richmond-Munster Christmas Bird Count is coming up on December 18th. You could contribute to North America’s longest-running community science project, just by watching your bird feeder.
Councillor Gower is hiring – full or part-time position for someone who wants to make a difference in your community.
This week Councillor Gower is seeking volunteers to help out at the various outdoor rinks in a few of our Stittsville parks…
Luckily if you are equipped with a curious eye you will find that the wonders of nature persist throughout the entire year.
One project that was not mentioned in the 2022 draft budget is “the next phase of Robert Grant Avenue…
The City of Ottawa received a Zoning By-law Amendment, Plan of Subdivision and Plan of Condominium applications from Fotenn Planning + Design, on behalf of Latitude Homes a division of Wildpine Trails Inc., for the property at 37 Wildpine Court.
On Saturday, October 30, the Stittsville Land Keepers held their first successful event as a group. Founded by Jessie Lozansky, the group members are from Stittsville and surrounding area.
Ottawa citizens, classrooms, and businesses are being encouraged to participate in the virtual Race To Retrofit challenge from November 15th to the 19th to build awareness about energy related activities that make a real environmental impact.
Jessie Lozanski created the Wild Stittsville guide that can be found at several locations in Stittsville and has now created a group entitled Stittsville Land Keepers.
Hop! is a new app created by EnviroCentre and the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority (OSTA) that encourages students to walk to school.
Halloween is just around the corner and Councillor Gower is sharing his upcoming Trick or Treat event on October 31, along with some tips from Ottawa Public Health so all the witches and goblins can have a safe Halloween.
What’s happening with some of the flora and fauna in Stittsville’s ecosystems. Follow along and use this as inspiration to get out in our natural community!
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.
For one Stittsville resident, Tom Gardener, the pandemic affected him in a profound way – a positive discovery of the land around him.