Stittsville residents will have an opportunity to pose questions to five of the seven Carleton provincial candidates on issues important to you, the riding and the province.
After a long break due to COVID, Stittsville’s Blossom Fest is returning on May 22nd with activities and fun for the whole family.
The weather held out for Councillor Gower’s Family Bike Ride on Sunday – above is a photo of community members who took part.
In their final year as Cubs with the 1st Stittsville Scout Troup, Tyler and Shawn are working diligently on their community service project…
The Goulbourn Museum is excited to be returning to some in-person programming and events this summer and are looking for the community’s input…
Entomologists have indicated that with the milder winters being experienced over the past decade, allow the ticks to survive the season and they are moving further eastward.
May is Hypertension Awareness Month and a great reminder for us to check in on our heart health. Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure…
Some children are very comfortable reading to dogs and enjoy reading with Caileigh, a St. John’s Ambulance therapy dog.
Councillor Gower brings to our attention this week, a new community initiative – The Diversity Project…
The Ottawa Motorcycle Ride for Dad in support of the Prostate Cancer Fight Foundation is asking for community support and participation as it gears up for its annual ride in June.
The Market at the Barn folks will be kicking off the farmers market season on Sunday, May 8th at 9:00am.
If you’re cleaning out your basement, don’t trash the treasures you find along the way. Whether it’s a vintage bike, dusty toys, or outgrown clothing, consider selling these items on behalf of the Rideau Valley Conservation Foundation (RVCF) through GiveShop Marketplace.
Tyrone Henry never thought he would one day be playing on Canada’s Para Ice Hockey team.
Get planning your summer activities! Explore the City of Ottawa’s fun summer camps and programs with the Summer 2022 eGuides now available.
The City of Ottawa and the CRT Developments (Claridge, Richcraft and Tamarack) reached an agreement to purchase five hectares of Shea Woods.