The transition from diesel buses to battery-electric is one of the most impactful actions the City can take to meet its goal of reducing greenhouse-gas emissions by 2040.
Environment Canada has identified hazardous weather for Thursday, December 22. As a result, the City of Ottawa has declared a Significant Weather Event.
(The Stittsville Wetland in fall along the Trans Canada Trail heading west. Photo: Stittsville Central) The Province’s More Homes Built Faster Act asks taxpayers to subsidize development while removing fundamental controls over…
Millions of household items are sent to our local landfills every year, and recycling will help in bringing this number down…
This community show of Stittsville’s talent and spirit has been happening since 2013 when Trevor Eggleton introduced this evening of eerie to Stittsville when he moved here from British Columbia.
During the municipal election campaign there has been little discussion of this major development on the outskirts of Stittsville and how it might impact quality of life for the surrounding communities.
The Stittsville Art Group has a display on the Art Space Wall at the Stittsville branch for the month of September. The beautiful artwork highlights the talent in Stittsville’s midst.
The Stittsville Rotary Club members and Ecology Ottawa are partners again this fall in an important Tree Giveaway project on September 14 to continue planting Ottawa’s future tree canopy.
The Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust will be hosting their annual Festival of the Wild Child this month, where families and friends can come together to enjoy the great outdoors and take part in several exciting games and activities.
2022 marks the 29th year of the Cleaning the Capital Program! The annual cleanup campaign first began in 1994 as a springtime cleanup.
Through his weekly updates provided to Stittsville Central, Councillor Gower keeps the residents of Stittsville informed on various City and local activities that are taking place in the community.
On Friday, July 8, the Bradley family were honoured with a commemorative park naming – Bradley Square – on Stittsville Main Street.
Councillor Gower is providing his update for programs, local events and meetings taking place for the week of July 4-9, 2022.
Since the storm on May 21, City of Ottawa Public Works staff have been fully deployed to support recovery and clean-up. The response has required a tremendous level of dedicated work and coordination across Public Works.
More Canadians have been feeling higher levels of stress, especially since the pandemic, and according to research, stress can have an impact on allergy symptoms.