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Stittsville

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CBC.ca
New community newspapers launching in Ottawa this weekVoice: The first editions of the papers covering the south end of the city wil
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
Voice: The first editions of the papers covering the south end of the city will be distributed Thursday, while the Kanata Stittsville edition will start being delivered next Thursday. Patrick Uguccioni, editor of Your Community Voice, said the... Read more
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The Sault Star
It's good Ottawa's Amazon bid failed: OPINIONtoo. Give it transit. Make it a walkable area. And then follow this plan for Or
The Sault Star / Posted 9 days ago
too. Give it transit. Make it a walkable area. And then follow this plan for Orléans and Gloucester and Barrhaven and Stittsville. Create places that support all aspects of people’s life and they’ll come. And when they do, businesses won’t... Read more
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CBC.ca
4 wards left off city's 'Christmas miracle' listwards. Orléans is getting $120,000 worth of sidewalk work, Barrhaven gets $80,0
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
wards. Orléans is getting $120,000 worth of sidewalk work, Barrhaven gets $80,000 and West Carleton–March gets $70,000. Stittsville received the biggest chunk of parks money — $375,000 — to replace two playgrounds at Fringewood Park and West... Read more
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CBC.ca
'That's not progress': Stittsville farm's last inhabitant blasts developer's inactionNorma Craig Nevertheless, Craig has grown increasingly concerned about the fat
CBC.ca / Posted 19 days ago
Norma Craig Nevertheless, Craig has grown increasingly concerned about the fate of an old dairy barn on Hazeldean Road in Stittsville, where her ancestors settled more than 200 years ago. The big red barn, now 145 years old, is about all that's... Read more
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CBC.ca
Donated pizzas no longer on menu at Ottawa shelterA Stittsville pizza shop owner said he was stunned to learn he can no longer do
CBC.ca / Posted 25 days ago
A Stittsville pizza shop owner said he was stunned to learn he can no longer donate his leftover pizzas to the Shepherds of Good Hope. 'This makes me ill thinking of how much food I now have to throw out directly into the garbage.'- Jason Lee,... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Winter fishing has arrivedto announce the return of my Outdoors Guy column to Bounder Magazine! Bounder i
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 25 days ago
to announce the return of my Outdoors Guy column to Bounder Magazine! Bounder is a long running men’s magazine published by Stittsville native Brian Warren and is a huge local success story with fans from across the region. Bounder readers are... Read more
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CBC.ca
Stittsville getting new $37M public high schoolStittsville students tired of trekking out to a public high school 20 kilometre
CBC.ca / Posted 30 days ago
Stittsville students tired of trekking out to a public high school 20 kilometres away will soon be getting a secondary school of their very own. The Ontario government is putting $37 million into a new public secondary school in the southwest Ottawa... Read more

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