Category: Federal Government
Zero-emission buses – another step closer to a route near you
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.
Ottawa to commemorate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on September 19 – what to expect
The Government of Canada will hold a national day of mourning on Monday, September 19 in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away on September 8. A commemorative ceremony will be held…
PHOTOS: Wasn’t that a party! 2022’s Canada Day in Stittsville an overwhelming success
The Stittsville Village Association (SVA) prides itself on hosting a family-friendly, community-driven Canada Day celebration.
Stittsville’s Canada Day 2022 promises to be one huge family party
Live, local entertainment, a teeming Family Fun Zone, and spectacular fireworks will be the three main pillars behind 2022’s Canada Day in Stittsville.
Spring time, tax time and scams
With spring comes tax season and with tax season comes tax scams.
Convoy demonstrations will affect many roads throughout Ottawa
The truckers’ convoy using Ottawa roadways have begun to arrive today and their effect will be felt throughout the weekend.
Governor General recognizes Stittsville’s Larry Matschke for his volunteerism
Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada, presented honours to 22 exceptional individuals – one of those honourees being Larry Matschke.
Stittsville’s Remembrance Day in photos
The Remembrance Day service hosted by the Stittsville Legion, Branch 618, was a scaled down ceremony again this year due to the health guidelines in place, but many came to honour our veterans and military.
The Carleton federal election candidates respond to our questions
Election Day on September 20, 2021 is quickly approaching. You need to decide what is important to you, and what you think is best for Canada and our riding.
City of Ottawa will observe National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
On September 30th, the City of Ottawa and its employees will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
SVA and SBA co-hosting all-candidates debate September 7
The Stittsville Village Association and the Stittsville Business Association have joined ranks to co-host the first ever all-candidates debate to be held in an outdoor environment.
Local workforce development program Tomorrow’s Trades launches locally
A new program called Tomorrow’s Trades, based out of the Carpenters Union on Campeau Drive, is a workforce development pilot program…
Avoiding unwanted camping guests
Natural Resources Canada entomologists duo Dr. Amanda Roe and Dr. Chris MacQuarrie are studying the European Gypsy Moth and other forest pests to slow their spread.
Upgrades coming to Stittsville’s Ralph Street Park
This week, the City received confirmation of funding for a total investment of $5 million for 29 park renewal projects across Ottawa over the next five years. Stittsville is on the list…
City approved for federal $12M Better Homes Loan Program for homeowners
The City of Ottawa has been approved for $12,169,500 of funding for the Better Homes Loan Program from the Government of Canada and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM)…