The months ahead are expected to include circulation of several respiratory illnesses that may once again challenge systems with absenteeism and serious illness.
Since colleges and universities closed their campuses, students have been expected to pay full tuition fees for half of the experience.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had substantial effects on the mental health and development of children and teens.
What a week it has been for Ottawa folks. Councillor Gower provides an update on the latest information from the City of Ottawa Emergency Operations Centre and the Ottawa Police…
Free rapid test kits available with a limit of one box of five tests per household with additional supply of the kits coming each week from the Province.
In this week’s update from Councillor Gower, shares the kindness shown from our community to the families who lost their homes in the recent fire on Aridus Crescent and links to donate to support the families effected.
As the health care indictors are beginning to show some signs of improvement, the first date for the gradual re-opening plan is January 31, 2022 with restaurants, gyms and sporting events.
The holidays are over and this week Councillor Gower is back at work. He provides an update to the community on the pandemic, in particular, the Omicron variant.
Restaurants are hurting and the latest lockdown announcement just brought more uncertainty for both owners and staff. With this in mind, Stittsville Central wants to support our local eateries and…
Given the uncertainty of the pandemic and current staffing pressures, the Ottawa Public Library will be adjusting its hours of operation and modifying services.
The closest testing centre near Stittsville is located at Moodie COVID-19 care and testing centre – 595 Moodie Drive, Ottawa. Anyone over six months old is eligible to be tested by appointment only
Due to the high number of COVID cases in Ontario, an uncommon Sunday evening cabinet meeting took place with Premier Doug Ford and his ministers.
This news came in late Saturday evening and is the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 vaccinations…
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.
The reopening plan will be guided by the ongoing assessment of key public health and health care indicators and supported by local or regional tailored responses to COVID-19.