The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has notified Stittsville Central that they have released two public notices for applications received from Stittsville.
Effective September 26, all adults aged 18 and over are eligible to receive the bivalent booster dose which may offer more targeted protection against the Omicron variants.
The Stittsville Village Association and Stittsville Business Association have again partnered to co-host an evening of Questions and Answers from residents to the candidates.
Since their inception in 1964, this year marks 58 years for the Stittsville and District Lions Club as a charitable organization in our community.
The Stittsville Rotary Club are again holding their International Film Series for residents starting on September 26 and will continue until December 12 with 4:00pm and 7:00pm showings.
The gardens entered for judging on the final list were all diverse in their design and content; each deserving of their win.
“Police will investigate these incidents and, where warranted, charges can be laid.” – Interim Chief Steve Bell
Butter tarts will be available to taste and for sale at Stittsville’s first Butter Tart Festival Market on September 24th at Village Square Park.
In April, 2021 a public meeting was held regarding the amendment and new development. The amendment is on the Planning Committee’s agenda for Thursday, September 22, 2022.
The Government of Canada will hold a national day of mourning on Monday, September 19 in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away on September 8. A commemorative ceremony will be held…
The new Parkland Dedication By-law will deliver increased parkland from developments with greater density to better meet the population growth projected in the new Official Plan.
After serving as minister at Stittsville United Church for over 17 years – and after 37 years in the ministry overall – Rev. Grant Dillenbeck is retiring as of Sunday, September 25.
The auction proceeds will be donated to Water First, a charity which provides paid technical internships to Canadian Indigenous youth to learn to operate and maintain clean water equipment in their own communities.
The months ahead are expected to include circulation of several respiratory illnesses that may once again challenge systems with absenteeism and serious illness.
Last week from September 7-10, Brian Beattie, a member of the SGHS, retired and a photographer, spent a few hours each day at Lee Boltwood Park capturing the volunteers at work and the beauty of the flowers that are diligently being attended to.