As we head into the holiday season, Ottawa Police Service, in partnership with 211, is reminding residents to be cautious of scams preying on your honesty, trust, good nature and sometimes fear. If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.
The Ottawa Police Service Hate & Bias Crime Unit is looking for the public’s assistance to identify a man and a woman involved in an assault in the old Stittsville area on October 11, 2022.
The collection of personal hygiene products was introduced in 2016 as the ‘Purse Project’ and resulted in over 8000 purses filled with necessities that were donated to women living at local area shelters.
Dr. Merrilee Fullerton, MPP for Kanata-Carleton and MPP Goldie Ghamari, Carleton, announced that $669,447 will be provided to the Ottawa Police Services to fight crime, including auto theft through ALPR.
Watch the new Ottawa city council being sworn in on Tuesday, November 15 at 10:30am. Residents can view the ceremony on Rogers TV Ottawa or on the City of Ottawa’s YouTube channel.
The Poppies of Goulbourn exhibit is a visually strong reminder of the military contributions the men and women of Goulbourn made over the years.
(Ottawa Fire Station 81 played host to the trick or treaters on Halloween night. Photos and Videos: Stittsville Central) From witches to goblins and skeletons too, Halloween has risen from…
With the municipal election over, Councillor Gower is quick to return to keeping residents informed through his weekly updates to Stittsville Central to share with the community. The Councillor tells…
Stittsville families are invited to visit the 5577 Hazeldean Road Lowe’s location on Saturday, October 29th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to participate in activities surrounding fire safety.
The Ottawa Police Service Hate Crimes Unit is investigating four incidents of hate graffiti in Stittsville.
The City of Ottawa is warning residents about a phishing scam currently underway in the community. People are receiving text messages regarding unpaid parking infractions.
“Police will investigate these incidents and, where warranted, charges can be laid.” – Interim Chief Steve Bell
This week Councillor Gower provides his 92nd community update – it is also his last during the municipal election blackout period from August 25 until October 24.
On August 17, Stittsville residents had the opportunity to meet many Potcakes – the day that Station 81 firefighters shared their penchant for helping these pups find new homes, while supporting a good cause.
The Ottawa Police Service warns against ‘grandparent’ scam responsible for defrauding the elderly out of tens of thousands of dollars this week.