Ontario is making it more convenient for people to connect to care closer to home by launching pharmacist prescribing for some of the most common medical ailments.
Eligible individuals can also book an appointment directly through public health units that use their own booking systems, Indigenous-led vaccination clinics, participating health care providers and participating pharmacies.
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.
This coming week will be a busy one for Councillor Gower with events taking place and the first ‘after-election’ meeting of full City of Ottawa Council this Wednesday and a special Monday meeting on Stage 1 of the LRT…
Harold Moore is the proverbial watchdog for the Carp Road landfill and he brings to the community’s attention that Waste Management has “gone dark on their environmental monitoring for the past 4 years”..
On November 23rd, join Councillors Gower and Jeff Leiper who are hosting an expert panel Q&A webinar on the province’s Bill 23 and the effect the changes will have on planning and development in Ottawa.
The Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society celebrates 60 years in 2022. The Society was founded on January 18,1962 by a handful of devoted and enthusiastic Stittsville gardeners under the banner name, Stittsville Horticultural Society.
(The Stittsville Wetland in fall along the Trans Canada Trail heading west. Photo: Stittsville Central) The Province’s More Homes Built Faster Act asks taxpayers to subsidize development while removing fundamental controls over…
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.
Once again this week I’ve been very focused on Bill 23, the “More Homes Built Faster Act” from the provincial government. They introduced the bill the day after the election and we’ve…
With Health Canada approval of the Pfizer bivalent vaccine, the Ontario government announced that everyone aged 12 and over is eligible to get a bivalent COVID-19 booster dose starting Monday, October 17 if they have completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series.
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.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has notified Stittsville Central that they have released two public notices for applications received from Stittsville.
Effective September 26, all adults aged 18 and over are eligible to receive the bivalent booster dose which may offer more targeted protection against the Omicron variants.
Participants indicated a strong sense of support for an Algonquin name, an important step in work towards reconciliation – Todd Thompson, Principal, Shingwaakon Public School.