Ontario will move to Step 3 on Friday, July 16 at 12:01am, a full five days ahead of the originally scheduled date of July 21. This is good news for all local businesses that have been experiencing difficult times.
Canada Day celebrations in Stittsville, for the second year in a row, will be affected by COVID-19 and the recent Indigenous lives lost to residential schools. The Stittsville Village Association (SVA) and its many dedicated volunteers…
On May 20th, Kardish Health Food Centre announced the launch of the exclusive Ottawa Mask, which can be purchased at any one of the retailer’s seven locations across Ottawa. Proceeds from the sales of these masks will go towards CHEO.
The three-step plan to reopening Ontario recently introduced by the provincial government has placed a huge burden on Stittsville local restaurants and small businesses.
The City of Ottawa and Ottawa Public Health provided new information on the situation with COVID-19 vaccines with eligibility being expanded.
This week, Councillor Gower is passing on information about local development, programs and relevant city events. You may be interested in receiving a tree, find out more; a vaccine update…
Just in the past few days, both my wife and I were able to obtain our first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. We were booked through the Ontario booking system,…
In memo to City Council on April 22nd, Dr. Vera Etches made clear that retail and restaurant curbside pickup is a low-risk activity supported by Ottawa Public Health.
The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) will no longer maintain a 24/7 presence at interprovincial crossings. Instead, the OPS will deploy officers on a rotating schedule of checkpoints…
Masks required at or within five metres of playground equipment. Some outdoor rec facilities are closed.
Representatives of Ottawa Public Health (OPH), City of Ottawa By-law and Regulatory Services, and Ottawa Police Service (OPS) met to discuss how the new measures might best be administered for a positive impact on health.
Councillor Gower keeps the residents of Stittsville informed on various activities that are going on here in the community through his weekly notes provided to Stittsville Central.
The Ottawa Police Service continues to work with its public health, municipal and policing partners to implement new Provincial enforcement measures to support public health orders announced by the Province Friday.
The OPS will not be conducting random stops. We will be taking a deliberate and careful approach that emphasizes equity, legality, and efficacy in the application of these authorities with the specific and exclusive purpose to support public health measures.
It is a jam-packed week of information from Councillor Gower. He ensures that Stittsville residents are kept up-to-date on the important issues that effect our daily lives.