Mya Vaslet, an 18-year-old hockey forward from Stittsville, joined the roster for the BFL National Women’s Development Team Summer Camp, where she will further develop her hockey skills.
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.
Ottawa is getting ready to dive into Step 3 of the provincial reopening plan when they can open indoor pools and begin their Learn-to-Swim lessons.
The popular Summer Seekers program launches on Monday, July 12 virtually. This year, the Goulbourn Museum is offering activities designed to get everyone away from your screens…
Kate Parks, of Stittsville, was selected as one of more than 375 Canadian students to receive a Ted Rogers Scholarship.
The Ontario government has provided $17.5 million to the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) to proceed with the tender for the new Fernbank Elementary School in Stittsville.
Stittsville Lions Club presented five scholarships to students graduating from high school and planning to attend college or university in the fall. Every year the Lions provide $1,000 scholarships to local students.
For Canada Day 2021, the Goulbourn Museum is offering ‘True North’ activity kits for kids. All proceeds from the sale of the $5.00 kits will be donated to the Odawa Native Friendship Centre.
Through the years, Cathy and Brian have always found a way to give back to the community and provide musical leadership to our Stittsville youth.
The Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society is once again participating in the annual City of Ottawa Cleaning the Capital campaign. This year this community group will be cleaning the Trans Canada Trail…
Visitors to the Carp River Conservation Area can experience their visit like never before with the new interactive and educational app, EcoTrekr, which was inspired by Pokémon GO. EcoTrekr is available to download for free on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
Lucy Hambly, of Stittsville, was among the winners of the 2021 Awesome Authors contest in the Short Story age 9-12 category.
Liam says he is “a fitness enthusiast spearheading an ambitious challenge that hopes could change a lot of peoples’ lives.”
Ottawa’s Odyssey Theatre will run their free, four-week Youth Apprenticeship Program, for youth aged 15-19, throughout August.
Seventeen-year-old Maddie Derrick-Foley owns Groomaholics, a dog grooming business partnered with Total Dog Care in Carp.