On Friday, July 8, the Bradley family were honoured with a commemorative park naming – Bradley Square – on Stittsville Main Street.
(In 1956, Silas Bradley opened Bradley’s Insurance on Main Street in Stittsville. In this photo taken in the early 1960s, were: (l to r) Silas, Mary Jane (nee Argue), Jean…
After two long years, A Company of Fools returns, presenting The Tempest, touring to over 40 local parks throughout Ottawa and beyond, including Alexander Grove Park on July 29th.
The Stittsville Village Association (SVA) prides itself on hosting a family-friendly, community-driven Canada Day celebration.
In 1965, Lee and Paul Boltwood were married. One year later in 1966, Lee and Paul left their beloved home province of British Columbia to set off in a new direction and their new venture in life.
The Stittsville Main Street Public Realm plan has been approved by the City’s Planning Committee (it goes to City Council on July 6th).
The Councillor invites all residents to the first-ever multicultural community showcase at Village Square Park on June 25 with entertainment and exhibits for all to enjoy.
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.
The past two weeks have been memorable for many here in Stittsville after the Derecho blew through. Being kept up-to-date by Councillor Gower…
While on assignment for The Fulcrum, the University of Ottawa’s English language newspaper, Damian was intrigued by a story about the City of Ottawa’s practice of killing beavers.
Councillor Gower brings to our attention this week, a new community initiative – The Diversity Project…
This year, you are invited to join thousands of people who walk labyrinths worldwide as they participate in the fourteenth annual World Labyrinth Day at W.J. Bell Rotary Peace Park.
On April 27 via Zoom, Stittsville residents will have the opportunity to view and provide feedback on the Stittsville Main Street Public Realm Plan .
The Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society is currently seeking plant donations for the gardens in Lee Boltwood Park.
A Presentation of the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust taking place on March 23, 2022 via Zoom.