This high-performance team will be playing their games on the first weekend of the 2023Ontario Winter Games being held in Renfrew County.
The Ottawa Public Library invites Ottawa’s young writers to once again take part in the Awesome Authors Contest for a chance to have their work published and win cash prizes.
I am very thankful to WORA, my coaches, and teammates over the years for their continuing support, teaching and friendship
The students at the school have been busy collecting new and gently used items over the past few weeks – all to be sorted in time for the sale.
Stittsville resident Jennifer Thomsen travelled all the way to Calgary in early December to help children in need at the Operation Christmas Child processing centre.
It was a night of celebration for the Bell Warriors Tykes on December 15th. Scotty’s Corner Diner on Robertson Road in Bells Corners greeted their special guests with a banquet fit for any football player.
Eligible individuals can also book an appointment directly through public health units that use their own booking systems, Indigenous-led vaccination clinics, participating health care providers and participating pharmacies.
After taking home the Gilchrist Cup last month, the Bell Warriors’ Mosquitos won the Provincial Fall Cup Championships 6-0.
Did you also know the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) programs are FREE with a library card (unless specified)?
The idea of an award for kids who cycle everywhere became top of mind for Let’s Bike Stittsville and the Stittsville Kid on a Bike award was introduced.
This touching story from The War Amps highlights the importance of the peer support program for war amputee veterans and child amputees.
(Ottawa Fire Station 81 played host to the trick or treaters on Halloween night. Photos and Videos: Stittsville Central) From witches to goblins and skeletons too, Halloween has risen from…
One of the largest amateur football leagues in Canada, NCAFA offers contact and non-contact football programming for boys and girls aged 8 to 18 years old.
The Kanata-Stittsville Kiwanis Club is an eclectic mix of ages, genders, occupations, backgrounds and interests and they want residents to discover more about this non-profit organization.
The event raises much-needed funds to support local youth and children who are at-risk or in need through Kiwanis Outreach Programs within the Kanata and Stittsville communities.