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.
Based on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is cautiously easing capacity limits for select indoor and outdoor settings where proof of vaccination is required.
(The former historic Butler House, also known as Green’s Hotel, was built in 1894, and is located on Stittsville Main Street. Photo: Sleepwell) The Labour Day long weekend has quickly…
As of September 22, 2021, Ontarians will need to be fully vaccinated (two doses plus 14 days) and provide their proof of vaccination along with photo ID to access certain public settings and facilities.
The summer is quickly passing and the return to school is around the corner, with that in mind, Councillor Gower provides some pertinent information for those driving and parking near schools.
The City’s decision not to extend its own Temporary Mandatory Mask By-law beyond its expiration date of August 26, 2021 does not mean the need or requirement for masking will be abandoned.
You can catch-up with Councillor Glen not only on Facebook Live or YouTube, his Saturday morning updates are now available as a podcast on Spotify and iTunes.
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,…