the City of Ottawa has opened the nomination process for two distinguished awards — the Order of Ottawa and the Brian Kilrea Award for Excellence in Coaching.
2023 marks the 30th year of the Cleaning the Capital Program! Since 1994, more than 1.4 million volunteers have participated in nearly 30,000 clean-up projects throughout the city.
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 City’s proposal for the ‘bag and tag’ proposal was defeated with a tied vote made by members of the Environment and Climate Change Committee.
With the recent killing of coyote in Riverside South and a young black bear in Kanata, it has become even more apparent that the City needs a progressive and humane Wildlife Strategy.
The Rotary Club of Ottawa-Stittsville will be showing the two final films of their film series on April 24th and May 29th.
Human-coyote interactions in urban and suburban settings have continued; it is reported that in 2021 there were 476 coyote sightings reported to the City of Ottawa…
Spring Cleaning the Capital Campaign not only promotes community pride but is an excellent way for high school students to complete some community involvement hours.
Ontario is currently working on building a better transportation system across the province. In order to do so, they have declared that they will be allocating funds towards Ottawa’s public transit services.
Residential property owners can now complete their 2022 occupancy declaration. . As of 2:30pm on January 4th, the City of Ottawa had received 17,000 completed declarations.
Environment Canada has identified hazardous weather for Thursday, December 22. As a result, the City of Ottawa has declared a Significant Weather Event.
This will be Councillor Gower’s last update for 2022 as he and his staff are taking a well-needed break over the Holiday Season from December 23rd to January 2nd, 2023.…
The City of Ottawa Council met for a marathon meeting of seven hours on December 7, 2022 at which Councillor Gower shared his three priorities for Stittsville during this term as Councillor for Ward 6 Stittsville.
Harold Moore is the proverbial watchdog for the Carp Road landfill and he brings to the community’s attention that Waste Management has “gone dark on their environmental monitoring for the past 4 years”..
From November 3rd to the 6th, you can support several Stittsville families in their showing of Jack and the Beanstalk at the Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre.