Stopping for gas at the Ultramar gas bar on Stittsville Main Street in Stittsville turned his day into one lucky one.
Sifu Walter, right, within the circle, provides instruction in Kung Fu to the customer service staff at the Kungfu Bistro restaurant in Stittsville during a special training session in the restaurant on Monday evening, March 31.
The Kungfu Bistro in Stittsville lived up to its name on Monday evening, March 31.
Singer-songwriter Joe Brownrigg, centre, is joined by sons Shea, left, who is six years old, and Miller, right, who is four years old, as he gets ready to perform at the Friday music evening at the Gaia Java Coffee Company shop in Stittsville last Friday.
Singer/songwriter Joe Brownrigg filled the Gaia Java Coffee Company shop in Stittsville with his own unique songs at last Friday's music...
Juanita Sauve, left, and Connie ten Bruggenkate, right, two members of the Out of the Box Fibre Artists group who exhibited in last year's display of art at the Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library, flank a fibre art work done by Connie which was on display at the "Fibre Fling 3" show and sale at the Kitchissippi United Church in Ottawa.
Art from two Stittsville artists were among the works on display at the annual "Fibre Fling 3" show and sale of the Out of the Box fibre...
Members of the Goulbourn Hornets major bantam boys basketball team, bronze medal winners in the recent Blessed Sacrament Tournament in Hamilton, are, front row, from left, Jack Christopher, Jackson Anderson, David Nowlan, Evan Walker, Aidan MacMillan and Connor MacMillan
It was a bronze trip to Hamilton for the Goulbourn Hornets major bantam boys basketball team over the March 29/30 weekend.
City of Ottawa Stittsville ward councillor Shad Qadri, sitting, centre, holds a poster publicizing the upcoming Hair Donation Ottawa cancer research fundraiser at which he plans to have his head shaved as Helene Hutchings, left, founder of Hair Donation Ottawa and a cancer survivor, and Wayne Patrick, right, of Shears Colour &
Hair today, gone tomorrow.
Lauren Dick plays her trumpet in the band-a-thon at South Carleton High School in Richmond last Friday.
Music filled the cafetorium at South Carleton High School in Richmond last Friday.
Finishing up their weekly scrubbing of classroom green bins at Richmond Public School are grade four students, from left, Emma Hogle, Joey Milroy and Ellie Sheppard who are all part of the school's Earth Care Team.
Reducing energy. Awesome. Reducing garbage. Spectacular. Green initiatives at Richmond Public School. Priceless.
City of Ottawa Stittsville ward councillor Shad Qadri, centre, back, presents a city of Ottawa certificate of congratulations to Gloria Stewart, left, and Rosemary Morin, right, to mark their recent 90th birthdays. The presentation took place at last Saturday's Veterans Dinner at the Stittsville Legion Hall.
A retired Major-General who is a former Canadian Defence Attache to the United States was the guest speaker at last Saturday evening's...
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