Nice to see Councillor Gower getting out, finally, for his cross-crountry ski, but he was also working – writing this week’s updates in his column for us.
With a major snowstorm headed to the Ottawa area, the City of Ottawa is advising of service impacts – including waste and recycling collection.
On January 10, 2022, Dakota Brasier, spokesperson for Transport Minister Caroline Mulroney, confirmed that Ontario’s Transport Ministry is shortening the final road test required to earn a full Ontario driver’s licence.
A special holiday OC Transpo service will be in place from Monday, December 20 to Saturday, January 1.
Councillor Gower provides his weekly update sharing information from Ottawa Public Health to the Stittsville Business Association ‘Business of the Year’ awards.
Councillor Gower is hiring – full or part-time position for someone who wants to make a difference in your community.
This week Councillor Gower is seeking volunteers to help out at the various outdoor rinks in a few of our Stittsville parks…
This week Councillor Gower shares some exciting news for Stittsville. The new Stittsville High School is under construction and the official sod-turning took place on November 18, 2021.
One project that was not mentioned in the 2022 draft budget is “the next phase of Robert Grant Avenue…
Councillor Gower is pleased to share that Ritual on Main opens Wednesday and the new and larger Farmboy opens on Thursday.
Goldie Ghamari, Carleton MPP, told Stittsville Central that Premier Ford and Transportation Minister, Caroline Mulroney, are currently looking at options to deal with the situation.
OC Transpo will be offering unlimited no-charge service on all forms of transit (buses, O-Train and Para Transpo) to customers in December.
In honour of Remembrance Day on November 11th, Councillor Gower shares the details of the Stittsville Legion ceremony taking place at the Cenotaph at the Johnny Leroux Arena.
From November 1 to January 3, MADD Chapter Ottawa will be distributing red ribbons and red ribbon car decals to the public to encourage sober driving.
Halloween is just around the corner and Councillor Gower is sharing his upcoming Trick or Treat event on October 31, along with some tips from Ottawa Public Health so all the witches and goblins can have a safe Halloween.