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.
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.
The Emerald Ash Borer is a non-native, highly destructive wood-boring beetle that feeds under the bark of ash trees.
More than a decade ago, City Council directed staff to develop a Wildlife Strategy that “would facilitate and foster a more harmonious relationship with all wildlife.
Join CPAWS-OV in giving Thanks to Nature this Thanksgiving Sunday in four parks across Ottawa and Gatineau. Take a break and reconnect with the wild.
The Stittsville Library is returning to their regular hours, including Sundays. The branch has several current and upcoming programs for residents to enjoy.
(The Goulbourn Wetland Complex. All photos: Jessie Lozanski) (Editor’s note: Jessie Lozanski brought us her ‘Wild Stittsville’ book and is now bringing the community the first of many articles that…
Jonathan Havelock is trekking across Canada to take images of trees for an exhibition to take place in 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta.
If the work starts during this timeframe and the beavers have had their kits and are moved – the family won’t survive the winter! Beavers are extremely territorial.
Should this be approved, WM would be permitted to accept a larger list and wider range of waste materials at the landfill…
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.
Diabetes Canada is offering a safe and easy Curbside Donation Drop-Off in Stittsville (outside the Giant Tiger at 6081 Hazeldean Road), from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on September 11th to collect donations of gently used clothing.
Councillor Gower shares an abundance of information in this week’s update that is relative to the community.
The Ottawa Valley chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society is now accepting applications for its 2021-2022 Canadian Wilderness Stewardship Program.