Ottawa Police Services receive funding to thwart auto theft
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.
Meet the candidates running for school board trustee in Zone 1
There are three candidates running for the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board and three candidates running for the Ottawa Catholic School Board in Zone 1.
Work on new Carp Road Landfill has begun
During the municipal election campaign there has been little discussion of this major development on the outskirts of Stittsville and how it might impact quality of life for the surrounding communities.
Meet your four Ward 6 Stittsville councillor candidates
Questions were posed of each candidate on affordable housing, transit service, volunteer firefighters, what is being heard at the door, and, what are each candidate’s priorities to improve Stittsville.
Advance Vote Days for Ottawa’s 2022 Municipal Elections
Election day is approaching, and it’s time to start planning your voting day! Do you know when and where you’ll be making your vote?
Stittsville Village Association and Stittsville Business Association co-hosting municipal all-candidates Q&A September 26
The Stittsville Village Association and Stittsville Business Association have again partnered to co-host an evening of Questions and Answers from residents to the candidates.
Ottawa Police – candidate harassment, election sign damage and hate-based crimes will not be tolerated
“Police will investigate these incidents and, where warranted, charges can be laid.” – Interim Chief Steve Bell
2022 candidate list for Ottawa municipal election now official – what you need to know to vote
The Ottawa City Clerk issued a revised certified list of candidates in accordance with Municipal Election Act, 1996 (known as the MEA) for the Monday, October 24, 2022 municipal election to elect a Mayor, City Councillor and the School Board Trustees.
City of Ottawa: Candidate nomination and withdrawal deadline for 2022 Municipal Elections approaches
The deadline to file or withdraw a nomination for the office of Mayor, City Councillor, and School Board Trustee in the 2022 Municipal Elections is Friday, August 19, 2022, at 2:00 p.m.
Goldie Ghamari returns to Queen’s Park in Ford’s second majority election – two leaders step down
June 2, 2022 saw Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives win a second majority government in Ontario, that on the same night both the NDP and Liberal leaders…
The Carleton provincial candidates respond to our Stittsville relevant questions
With the Stittsville debate behind us, Stittsville Central reached out last week to the provincial candidates in Carleton Riding asking each for their responses to the same six questions.
Carleton provincial candidates set to take the debate stage on May 18
Stittsville residents will have an opportunity to pose questions to five of the seven Carleton provincial candidates on issues important to you, the riding and the province.
2022 Municipal Election nominations and third party advertiser registration opens on May 2
The City of Ottawa’s municipal elections to elect a Mayor, City Councillors, and School Board Trustees will take place on Monday, October 24, 2022.
Why a full environmental assessment review for the Carp Road landfill is needed
Harold Moore has been a formidable voice in the fight against the landfill expansion and his voice continues to raise concerns.
The history of politics in Carleton – a presentation by Shaun Peppy and the Goulbourn Township Historical Society
Shaun Peppy is a former Vice-President of the Goulbourn Township Historical Society, has two degrees in Political Science, and is a professional public servant having worked much of his career in Parliamentary Affairs.