This high-performance team will be playing their games on the first weekend of the 2023Ontario Winter Games being held in Renfrew County.
After taking home the Gilchrist Cup last month, the Bell Warriors’ Mosquitos won the Provincial Fall Cup Championships 6-0.
25-year-old Lindsay Eastwood was born and raised in Kanata, where she started her hockey journey towards playing professionally.
On Saturday, August 6th, a new entertainment venue opens in Stittsville at the Ottawa MegaDome. MaxxGames is coming to Stittsville! LaserMaxx Ottawa’s founder and CEO, Philip Aldis, has partnered with Matt Rakowski and Nick Catizzone to bring laser tag and more to the west end of the city.
(On June 4, 2022, the Special Olympics World Winter Games figure skating team participated in fitness testing at the PanAm Centre in Markham, Ontario for their first team training camp…
Tyrone Henry never thought he would one day be playing on Canada’s Para Ice Hockey team.
The City of Ottawa is working to make the roads safer for motorists and cyclists, but it’s important to remember to share the road and follow traffic rules to keep everyone safe.
As the health care indictors are beginning to show some signs of improvement, the first date for the gradual re-opening plan is January 31, 2022 with restaurants, gyms and sporting events.
At this time of year before COVID, the Stittsville Tae Kwon Do School hosted incredible holiday pot luck buffets for its members.
The 2022 Winter eGuides provide many choices of activities, offered in English and French, for you and your family to stay active this winter.
Collinda Joseph says it’s an honour to represent Canada on the international stage. “It’s a mind-blowing opportunity to be part of the team.”
There are a number of outdoor and virtual events taking place in the coming weeks that the Councillor is bringing to your attention.
The 12th year of the 9runrun race day is less than two weeks away taking place on October 16. The annual race has raised over $200,000 for mental health to support the Ottawa First Responders’ Foundation.
Based on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is cautiously easing capacity limits for select indoor and outdoor settings where proof of vaccination is required.
Starting on Wednesday, September 22, proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will be required to access indoor recreational or cultural activities – no access without proof of vaccination.