The Stittsville Library staff are happy to see old friends and new enjoying the Stittsville Library branch again.
Stittsville has some great child and youth authors – this Ottawa Humane Society (OHS) writing competition will help young authors learn more about the Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare.
From all accounts Springwell Dairy had an interesting history. The dairy established hockey and broomball teams.
We’re sure you have heard of mystery boxes – a box or package you may have purchased at a set price with the contents unknown – hence the mystery!
The historical theme of Village Square Park denotes Stittsville’s first heritage park as a tribute to the importance of the railway’s influence on Stittsville and its prosperity.
Poole Creek, in the heart of Stittsville, is a vital and rare cold to cool water stream that sustains a unique ecological system of great environmental and recreational value to the community.
The 34th annual Guide Dog Motorcycle Ride takes place this year on Sunday, September 12th. Motorcyclists are invited to ride to raise money towards the training of guide dogs and assistance dogs.
The West Ottawa Ringette Association has put together a team, Sweat for Steph, to fundraise and participate in the CIBC Run for the Cure in honour of Stephanie (Steph) Nugent.
The City of Ottawa is conducting public consultations on three separate naming proposals for Stittsville parks. The City wants to receive your written comments no later than Friday, August 27, 2021.
This week, Councillor Gower shares updates on the recently announced mobile vaccination team from Ottawa Public Health who will administer doses of vaccine to various larger groups…
For the first time in the history of the Planning Committee, two co-chairs have been named to replace Jan Harder who stepped down at the end of June.
The Ottawa Humane Society needs foster volunteers to provide temporary homes for Ottawa’s animals who aren’t yet ready for adoption.
Mya Vaslet, an 18-year-old hockey forward from Stittsville, joined the roster for the BFL National Women’s Development Team Summer Camp, where she will further develop her hockey skills.
The next time you decide to play the Poker Lotto, be sure to go ‘All In’. This is what Paul Comber of Stittsville did.
Perpetua Quigley has captured the Classical Revival design and importance of the mid-nineteenth century for the stone dwelling of the late Elizabeth and John Young on Hazeldean Road.