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Christmas party for Friendship Club's bridge group

It was bridge time at the hall at the Johnny Leroux Stittsville Community Arena in Stittsville last...



Stittsville Village Association wants subdivision to have direct road access to Hazeldean Road

The Stittsville Village Association (SVA) is going to reiterate to the city of Ottawa planning...



Stittsville Village Association wants barn to stay

The Stittsville Village Association (SVA) is opposed to any relocation of the heritage-designated...

SchoolBOX trip fundraiser a success

Wendy Fitzpatrick, left, and Marianne Graham, right, welcome people to the fiesta fundraising event in support of a SchoolBOX trip to Nicaragua in 2016 which was held at the Dining Hall at the Richmond fairgrounds in Richmond last Saturday night.

Queerios win award

From left, Alex Hirkala, Jesse Rowe, Riley Keme and , facilitator Jenna Boucher, all members of the Queerios LGBTQ+ youth drop in, celebrate after it was announced it won an award from the Ottawa Child & Youth Initiative.

Author writes about Depression, Spanish Civil War

Author Terrance Rundle West signs a copy of his books 'Not in My Father's Foosteps" following his presentation at the Goulbourn Township Historical Society Meeting in Stittsville Nov. 21.

Pigskin party

Ottawa Rough Riders alumni Pat Stoqua, right, Don Cherry’s Sports Grill owner Dan Cowley, left, and server Samantha Beauchamp share a few beers on Nov. 24, a few days before the restaurant hosts a Grey Cup party Nov. 29 to cheer on the Ottawa RedBlacks as they take on the Edmonton Eskimos. The event will serve as a partial fundraiser for the CFL Alumni Association, as it will receive some of the proceeds of the Pigskin Pilsner sold at the restaurant.

Refugee mental health

Dr. Morton Beiser, a psychiatric epidemiologist and founding director of the Toronto Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement, speaks to staff at CHEO on Nov. 25 about mental health issues prominent in the refugee community. He was the keynote speaker at the children’s hospital’s annual global health day conference.

Team Auckland

Team Auckland is recruiting experienced fastball players age 45 or older to play in the 2017 World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand. The team is also looking for a title sponsor and donations to help with the cost.

Coalition calls on city, Waste Management for transparency during negotiations

The Coalition for Landfill Accountability (COLA), comprised of nine community associations, wants transparency while the city negotiates the host municipal responsibility agreement with Waste Management for the expanded Carp dump.

Music and memories on Remembrance Day

or the song “Keep the Home Fires Burning” dating from 1914, the year that the song was first published, as Doreen MacEachern, left, background, who has kept the sheet music as a family treasure, looks on. The West Ottawa Ladies Chorus sang “Keep the Home Fires Burning” at its performance at the Stittsville Revera Seniors Community on Stittsville Main Street on Wednesday, Nov. 11, Remembrance Day.

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GOODNESS: Recipes & Stories

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