Congratulations extended from Councillor Gower on the medal wins at the 2022 Beijing Paralympics received by two Stittsville residents, Collinda Joseph and Tyrone Henry.
March is Nutrition Month, the perfect time for Stittsville community members to reflect on the foods we choose to help nourish our bodies.
This small but mighty group of friends and members of the Ashton United Church demonstrate that when it comes to supporting their local hospital.
This week Councillor Gower thanks the people of Stittsville for the donations provided to the Ukraine effort and St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. He also shares a note that Reverend Doug…
Virginia Dubois, a stay-at-home mom of two toddlers, creates custom compression garments for children who are differently abled. She hopes to raise funds to expand her products.
This donation could not have been possible without the generosity of Stittsville’s local businesses and residents.
What a week it has been for Ottawa folks. Councillor Gower provides an update on the latest information from the City of Ottawa Emergency Operations Centre and the Ottawa Police…
The requirement to renew health cards has been extended until September 30, 2022. Ontarians will continue to be able to use their expired health card.
Free rapid test kits available with a limit of one box of five tests per household with additional supply of the kits coming each week from the Province.
Our freedom in Canada also comes with a responsibility to look out for one another, and to respect our fellow neighbours and citizens. These values were completely missing from the protests over the weekend.
In this week’s update from Councillor Gower, shares the kindness shown from our community to the families who lost their homes in the recent fire on Aridus Crescent and links to donate to support the families effected.
Nice to see Councillor Gower getting out, finally, for his cross-crountry ski, but he was also working – writing this week’s updates in his column for us.
The holidays are over and this week Councillor Gower is back at work. He provides an update to the community on the pandemic, in particular, the Omicron variant.
To facilitate the implementation of new capacity restrictions for outdoor recreation amenities, the City is re-introducing the online reservation system for peak times…
The closest testing centre near Stittsville is located at Moodie COVID-19 care and testing centre – 595 Moodie Drive, Ottawa. Anyone over six months old is eligible to be tested by appointment only