As her final chapter of being a cadet was being written, Bajpai took some time to reflect on her life in the cadets and the overall program.
The Festival of the Wild Child is a great opportunity to learn how the plants and animals who share the same space can work together to protect each other.
We are quite pleased to announce that Kaitlyn LeBoutillier was our first Stitt Starter to receive a $500.00 donation provided by Edo Japan that she plans to put towards her university studies…
Designed to be active, with an emphasis on fun, participants have access to a variety of amenities, including gymnasiums, pools, indoor and outdoor rinks.
The Rotary Club has announced they will be supporting Operation Come Home by hosting a one-day Food Drive on Saturday, August 12th, 2023.
This summer, the regiment discovered one of Stittsville’s local parks in which to practice their reenactments – the W.J. Bell Rotary Peace Park – to the delight of those who stopped in to watch.
The Ottawa Nepean Canadians are a local baseball team that play in the PBLO (Premier Baseball League of Ontario) and draws from all over Ottawa and its surrounding area, including Stittsville.
Make the Stittsville Library your go-to this summer! Just a friendly reminder that Sunday hours will be paused for the months of July and August…
The Ottawa Police Service West Criminal Investigations Unit has charged two youths involved in this serious assault. Both youths were charged with aggravated assault and theft…
Ava Thorsell is looking forward to building new skills and gaining new knowledge of the game, but above all else, she looks forward to spending time with her fellow talented teammates on the Ontario West team.
The feeling of excitement was palpable at Ron Maslin Theatre on the evening of June 22nd as 56 students were recognized for their hard work at Frederick Banting Secondary Alternate Program’s Graduation and Achievement Ceremony.
When I started my co-op placement with Stittsville Central back in February, I didn’t know what to expect from the online newsletter. Four months later, it has been one of my life’s best, most rewarding experiences.
I voted in favour of the three-item limit but it wasn’t my first choice. I don’t think it’s strong enough to drive significant waste diversion. Every pound of waste that ends up in the landfill…
On what was probably the hottest day of the year so far, over 100 Sacred Heart Students gathered to walk consecutive laps for 12 hours. Needless to say, lots of sunscreen was applied and plenty of water bottles were emptied.
Despite the obvious excitement of the Huskies going into OFSAA, they never expected anything less of their team. They are ready to compete on a bigger stage and we wish them the best of luck on June 5th and 6th as they play against the best in the province!