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AROUND THE VILLAGE OF STITTSVILLE

*The Friendship Club offers bridge, euchre, shuffleboard, senior exercise, and a monthly luncheon. Please phone Helen at 613-836-6766 for information. New members are always welcome. For membership information, please contact Lorraine at 613-599-3

WEST CARLETON KNITTERS ARE A BUSY GROUP

The West Carleton Country Knitters are a busy group. Or, more appropriately, groups because there are now three West Carleton Country Knitters groups — North, West and South with the South group involving knitters from Stittsville and Kanata.

MAIN STREET CAFE IN STITTSVILLE IS POPULAR PLACE

The Main Street Café in Stittsville is known for its good food and homestyle cooking. That’s what has made the Stittsville restaurant a popular breakfast and lunch dining spot for a quarter of a century, a popularity which continues to grow and

CHRISTMAS CONCERT AT ST. ISIDORE CATHOLIC SCHOOL ON MARCH ROAD

Christmas music filled the gymnasium at St. Isidore Catholic School on March Road for the school’s Christmas concert on Dec. 21. A number of classes took part in the concert, performing alone and with other classes. The concert began with a ch

COMMUNITY PAPERS COVER ‘ISSUES THAT ARE BIG IN OUR LIVES’: MUNTER

Kanata Kourier founder discusses importance of local news.

CHAPEL RIDGE FREE METHODIST CHURCH IS EXPANDING

Chapel Ridge Free Methodist Church is expanding. The church on Flewellyn Road in Goulbourn is adding a new 300-seat sanctuary, almost doubling the size of the church’s current 180 person sanctuary space. The project will also mean an updated chi

City Information & Statistics

Almonte (pronounced "AL-mont" as opposed to the original Spanish pronunciation of "al-MON-tay") is a former mill town located in Lanark County, in the eastern portion of Ontario, Canada. Formerly a separate municipality, Almonte is now a ward of the town of Mississippi Mills, which was created on January 1, 1998 by the merging of Almonte with Ramsay and Pakenham townships. Almonte is located 46 kilometres (29 mi) south-west of downtown Ottawa. Its population as of 2013 is about 5,000. View More Information at Wikipedia

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