September 30 is Orange Shirt Day! To recognize this important day, Ottawa Public Library (OPL) in collaboration with the City of Ottawa and other Indigenous community organizations is hosting a series of virtual events on the theme of resilience.
Councillor Glen Gower wants to make residents aware of the following upcoming and ongoing Stittsville construction operations and installations that may affect your travel or daily life.
On October 1st, public skating at the Cardel-Recreation Complex-Goulbourn in Stittsville will start-up again following Ottawa Health guidelines.
Ottawa’s Paramedics will be looking a little space-age as they continue to find ways to provide safe and reliable service during the global pandemic.
Ritesh (Rick) Patel is looking forward to celebrate the grand opening of his new Hazeldean Pharmacy RxPharmaChoice located at 6150 Hazeldean Road in Stittsville (situated between The Royal Oak and Hazeldean Gardens)
There is nothing like waking up to the sound of bagpipes filling the air, especially when played for the benefit of a life-saving cause.
With a message and mandate of – think and support our local Stittsville businesses as much as possible – Allan Ryan, President of the Stittsville Business Association (SBA) received a Certificate of Appreciation from Premier Doug Ford this week.
Councillor Glen Gower shares some community notes with Stittsville residents – call for feedback; need for volunteers and school zone traffic.
The Stittsville Lions Club have creatively found a new way to raise funds in lieu of collecting donations at the cancelled Parade of Lights.
With events and meetings cancelled for the Stittsville-Goulbourn Horticultural Society in the foreseeable future, the Executive decided that it would be nice to have a social gathering for members.
With an awards case that outshines most hall of fame athletes, Stittsville’s skating champion Katie Xu has just added two more!
For over 10 years the Table Tennis Group of Stittsville has been enjoying this recreational sport.
COVID-19 has wreaked a lot of havoc on people and businesses. One of the hardest hit has been food banks.
Patrick Uguccioni was instrumental in the start-up of the family of Community Voice newspapers in the area – including our Stittsville edition.
Warmstone Family Dentistry in Stittsville knows the importance of a healthy smile and they contributed to 36 patients receiving free dental services who would otherwise not afford the care.