Rotary Club members hear from RYLA program student

Maddie Hale, centre, shows off the certificate she received for attending the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) program in New York State to the Rotary Club of Ottawa - Stittsville members Jas Michalski and Theresa Qadri, after making a presentation about her experience at the RYLA program at the club's Aug. 19 meeting.

Bag it up

Capital Coun. David Chernushenko, left, Mayor Jim Watson and Beaver Barracks resident Pamela Scaiff pack recyclables into the city’s new apartment-friendly blue bag, which was unveiled at the downtown condo building on Sept. 2.

Young RCC curlers win provincial championship

Members of the team representing the Richmond Curling Club, which won the 2015 Ontario Curling Association bantam boys provincial championship are, from left, lead Matthew Morra, third Sean Armstrong, skip Michael Morra and coach Byron Scott. Asbsent is second Grant Fraser.

Stittsville Villa residents turn out for Big Bike

Jeff Larocque, far left, who is the area coordinator for the Big Bike fundraiser for the Heart and Stroke Foundation, makes an announcement as the the crew from the Revera Retirement Living team stops for a moment in front of the Stittsville Revera Retirement Community on Stittsville Main Street Aug. 20.

Women's sledge hockey tryouts for national team coming to Stittsville

Andrew Henry of Stittsville, who is president of Sledge Hockey of Eastern Ontario (SHEO), is thrilled Women's Sledge Hockey of Canada is hosting the 2015 National Selection Camp for the Canadian Women's Sledge Hockey in Stittsville Aug. 28-30.

Airport taxi protest

Airport taxi drivers Ahmad Vassal, left, and Mazon Moody hold protest signs along the Airport Parkway the morning of Aug. 25. The drivers took their protest over an increase in airport dispatching fees to City Hall the day before on Aug. 24 to request a meeting with Mayor Jim Watson in hopes of ending their stalemate with their dispatch company.

Canada Sports Officials helps homeless generate income

Canada Sports Officials offers homeless individuals and those new to Canada a sustainable source of income by working as soccer officials. The initiative, founded by University of Ottawa student group Enactus, pays for the training and certification.

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