Participants indicated a strong sense of support for an Algonquin name, an important step in work towards reconciliation – Todd Thompson, Principal, Shingwaakon Public School.
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.
The 2022 Stittsville Volunteer Awards recognized our community volunteers who contribute to a social environment that nurtures the well-being of all.
Mandy’s perseverance, the fantastic volunteers and entertainers coming together on May 22nd made the day the success that it was. It was a perfect outlet for the kids and families to take their minds off of a stressful situation…
A Site Plan Control application for 755 Cope Road to construct a new two-storey elementary school has been received by the City from the Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario.
Algonquin College is accepting applications for the Professional Writing program beginning this September.
Since colleges and universities closed their campuses, students have been expected to pay full tuition fees for half of the experience.
A long-time member of St Patrick Parish in Fallowfield, de Kemp has had a 30-year affiliation with the OCSB.
The Ottawa Safety Council is encouraging community members to show their appreciation by nominating their favourite Crossing Guard by April 29th.
The Ottawa Crossing Guard program is a partnership between the City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Safety Council (OSC).
The attendance boundary has been decided for the new Fernbank Elementary School at the Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB) Board meeting held on February 8, 2022.
I am writing this letter today on behalf of myself and my colleagues at the Stittsville Business Association. I also think that much of what is shared in this letter will resonate with many others in our community as well.
If you work in the downtown core, please plan to work from home if possible. Please adjust your plans in the downtown core.
On January 14, the Chair of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) sent a letter to the Ontario Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, in which she outlined the prevalent concerns for the January 17 return to school…
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.