Starting on Wednesday, September 22, proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will be required to access indoor recreational or cultural activities – no access without proof of vaccination.
Looking for a doctor or walk-in clinic in our area? Councillor Gower provides a community list in this week’s updates to Stittsville Central. He reminds people of what you need to vote on Election Day – September 20th…
Ottawa Public Health (OPS) strongly recommends all Ottawa employers implement workplace vaccination policies to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Street racing has been a concern for residents and the Councillor provides information about the new fines coming into effect on July 1st and how to report this crime.
The provincial Roadmap to Reopen is a three-step plan to safely and cautiously reopen the province and gradually lift public health measures. The City has provided an overview of the rules for areas in Step 1.
OC Transpo has received confirmation that a bus operator has tested positive for COVID-19 that affects some Stittsville and area routes.
There are changes to City services on Victoria Day, Monday, May 24 – a stat holiday in Ontario and Quebec. As some of these changes affect the week following – more so garbage collection. Here is a list of services for your convenience.
With the increase in the number of cases reported in the Ottawa area, Ottawa Public Health regularly conducts tick dragging to monitor tick populations and to test for Lyme disease.
The City of Ottawa and Ottawa Public Health provided new information on the situation with COVID-19 vaccines with eligibility being expanded.
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.
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.