One Stittsville family will appear in 5 Christmas movies that were shot locally this year and will also appear in the new CBC series ‘Son of a Critch’.
The Ottawa Children’s Festival is excited to have you join them for their safe, in-person celebration from November 19-21 at the Canadian War Museum.
Based on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is cautiously easing capacity limits for select indoor and outdoor settings where proof of vaccination is required.
The first season of Stittsville on Patrol debuted to the highest ratings in FibeTV’s history – across Canada – and barely scratched the surface of suburban delinquency.
Sound of Muse Records-Creative Media studio in Stittsville recently partnered with the Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) for a first-ever on-line production.
Ontario will move to Step 3 on Friday, July 16 at 12:01am, a full five days ahead of the originally scheduled date of July 21. This is good news for all local businesses that have been experiencing difficult times.
For the fans of Stittsville on Patrol (SOP), chances are this past week you have seen the star of the series, Simon Bauche (played brilliantly by Ben Milks)…
MASC and the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) celebrate National Indigenous History Month with hoop dancer Rhonda Doxtator on Wednesday June 2 at 7:00pm and Indigenous Experiences on Wednesday June 16, as part of…
Ottawa’s Odyssey Theatre will run their free, four-week Youth Apprenticeship Program, for youth aged 15-19, throughout August.
Enjoy the virtual Rural Roadtrip Concert Series from the Ottawa Public Library and MASC.
Stittsville on Patrol, the hilarious comedy series created by Christopher Redmond and starring Ben Milks, will premiere its second season in September.
The team at Stittsville on Patrol are having fun promoting their scripted comedy series made up of twelve 5-minute episodes. How else would a community TV show get any attention?
The Stittsville Library invites young families to join their Family Literacy Day Celebration with an online circus performance by Femmes du Feu entitled “Tweet Tweet”…
Stittsville has been waiting for Stittsville on Patrol since last September when Stittsville Central brought you the story of a tongue-in-cheek docu-drama that follows an over-zealous neighbourhood watch leader…
Ever imagined yourself on the big screen? Ottawa’s film, television, and animation industry is a vibrant sector contributing over $100 million to the local economy each year.