The City of Ottawa has introduced opportunities for the public to provide comments on two initiatives – the Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan and the Winter Maintenance Quality Standards. The City is seeking…
The City of Ottawa has clarified how the Province of Ontario’s new stay-at-home measures will alter public access to some of its facilities and temporarily suspend in-person counter services.
The City’s new Virtual Arts and Recreation Centre opens opportunities to get fit, learn a new language, recipe or instrument, or discover your talents with a brush and palette –…
With the Christmas season and the New Year upon us, the City of Ottawa and OC Transpo have released their schedule changes during the holidays.
The City of Ottawa winter e-guides are available online November 30. Stay healthy and active this winter by registering for any of the Ottawa winter recreation and arts activities.
Very sad news from our West Ottawa Ringette community. Stephanie (Steph) Nugent passed away on November 11 of breast cancer at the age of 48.
Working closely with City of Ottawa staff, outdoor rinks are maintained by volunteers and community groups who provide this service to various neighborhoods across Stittsville.
The pandemic has served as a reminder of how important recreation and culture activities are to a community’s overall physical and mental health.
Additional details have been received by the City on the provincial stage-two modified restrictions. Following provincial guidelines, the limitation of 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors still applies – with masks mandatory and to be worn in all facilities.
On October 1st, public skating at the Cardel-Recreation Complex-Goulbourn in Stittsville will start-up again following Ottawa Health guidelines.
With an awards case that outshines most hall of fame athletes, Stittsville’s skating champion Katie Xu has just added two more!
For over 10 years the Table Tennis Group of Stittsville has been enjoying this recreational sport.
In June of 2019, wrestling gold medalist Erica Wiebe joined nine other Canadian athletes on ‘Team Toyota’ to inspire others as they reach for the top.
There is no question that this year has been challenging for the Bell Warriors Football Club.
The City is offering COVID-modified recreation programming this fall. It will kick off with the registration on Monday, August 24.