The Cornwall Free News reviews the Nikon D 5000 Digital SLR Camera – Resident Artist & Photographer Jacqueline Milner puts the Camera Through its paces – February 19, 2010

The Cornwall Free News reviews the Nikon D 5000 Digital SLR Camera – Resident Artist & Photographer Jacqueline Milner puts the Camera Through its paces – February 19, 2010

We had our in house photographer Jacqueline Milner give the Nikon D5000 we are having some fun with put the camera through its paces. Given the D5000 to take for a test drive I first noticed the compactness and light weight of the camera body. I was very excited to try out the new Vari-Angle […]

Marijuana Clinical Tests Show Proof of Pain Relief for MS & Neurological Conditions – February 18, 2010

Marijuana Clinical Tests Show Proof of Pain Relief for MS & Neurological Conditions – February 18, 2010

New study shows clinical evidence of Marijuana pain relief for MS patients and other neurological conditions. LINK “There is good evidence now that cannabinoids may be either an adjunct or a first-line treatment,” Grant said at a news conference where he presented the findings. Along with the studies on muscle spasms and pain associated with […]

Liberal MPP Jim Brownell Weighs in On Hospital Bed Cuts – Cornwall Ontario – February 18, 2010

Liberal MPP Jim Brownell Weighs in On Hospital Bed Cuts – Cornwall Ontario – February 18, 2010

Our MPP, Liberal Jim Brownell responds to questions about bed cuts locally here at the Cornwall Community Hospital. It was very difficult to hear of the challenges at the Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH), although I knew that there would be challenges in the future. I even commented about such, during the recent announcement of the $5 […]

Letter to the Editor – Brian Lynch – Cornwall Community Hospital Bed Cuts – February 18, 2010

Letter to the Editor – Brian Lynch –  Cornwall Community Hospital Bed Cuts – February 18, 2010

Dear Editor: I am very disappointed that the Cornwall Community Hospital has been forced to close 18 beds and lay off 30 employees because of inadequate funding from the provincial government. These cuts will certainly hurt the quality of health care in Cornwall and area. With an aging and growing population, the provincial government should […]

Cornwall City Councilor Mark MacDonald from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver British Columbia Canada – Febaruary 18, 2010

Cornwall City Councilor Mark MacDonald from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver British Columbia Canada – Febaruary 18, 2010

Cornwall City Councilor and potential Mayoralty candidate Mark MacDonald is in Vancouver for the Olympics.  He sent this message in for you, our readers. The streets of Vancouver are very busy, especially at night.  When my shift is finished, about 9:00 p.m., I walk to where I am staying and it takes about a 1/2 hr. […]

Breakfast Connections – Blogging Basics Using WordPress – Live from The Ramada – February 17, 2010

Breakfast Connections – Blogging Basics Using WordPress – Live from The Ramada – February 17, 2010

I’m posting live from the Breakfast Connections meeting at the Ramada this morning.   Pictured above is keynote speaker Alyssa Blais and Don McIntosh of Donald J. McIntosh Investments Inc. This morning’s breakfast topic is Blogging basics using WordPress which I can appreciate!   You don’t have to be a member of the Cornwall Ontario […]

Canada Shuts Out Norway 8-0 – Russia 8-2 over Latvia – USA 3-1 Over Switzerland – 2010 Olympic Hockey Roundup – February 17

Canada Shuts Out Norway 8-0 – Russia 8-2 over Latvia – USA 3-1 Over Switzerland – 2010 Olympic Hockey Roundup – February 17

The pucks dropped for Men’s Hockey with BC Native Roberto Luongo shutting out Norway 8-0 in Canada’s quest for the gold.   Canada’s goals were by Mike Richards, Corey Perry, Ryan Getzlaf, Rick Nash and pairs from Dany Heatley and Jarome Iginla. Team Russia gave up two goals  to Latvia in their 8-2 opening victory […]

Inuit Frozen out of Arctic Summit – Aboriginal Leaders Not Happy – February 17, 2010

Inuit Frozen out of Arctic Summit – Aboriginal Leaders Not Happy – February 17, 2010

Chelsea Quebec will be the setting for regional summit of Arctic nations.   Canada, Denmark, Norwar Russia, and the U.S. will be attending.    Inuit?  Nope.  LINK “The Arctic gathering, scheduled just ahead of a G8 foreign ministers’ meeting in Ottawa, is aimed at encouraging “new thinking on economic development and environmental protection,” Cannon said. […]

Letter to the Editor – Man Made Global Warming – John Milnes – Long Sault Ontario – February 17, 2010

Letter to the Editor – Man Made Global Warming – John Milnes – Long Sault Ontario – February 17, 2010

Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye.  The verdict is now coming down with respect to the man-made global warming issue.  In fact, it is pretty well down with contrary statements from Professor Phil Jones, Director of the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit and, perhaps, the greatest scientific proponent of the man-made global warming […]

Police Blotter compiled by Markus Noé – Cornwall Ontario – February 17, 2010

Police Blotter compiled by Markus Noé – Cornwall Ontario – February 17, 2010

POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY and BREACH OF UNDERTAKING Cornwall, Ont. – Wesley Gray, 60, of No Fixed Address was arrested on the 12th of February, 2010 for several charges relating to break and enters.  He was bound by an Undertaking with condition to Keep the Peace and be of Good Behaviour.  It is alleged that […]

Game On: Team Canada Ready to Play – Who Will Win the Men’s Gold in Hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver British Columbia Canada – February 16, 2010 by Markus Noé

Game On: Team Canada Ready to Play – Who Will Win the Men’s Gold in Hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver British Columbia Canada – February 16, 2010 by Markus Noé

(Peter Forsberg leads in Sweden at opening ceremonies) Game On: Team Canada Ready to Play Finally after years of anticipation, Team Canada will take the ice today and begin their quest for Gold against Norway. The stage is enormous, the pressure is enormous and Canadian fans expect nothing less than gold. The Russians during their […]

Canadian Cancer Society Driven to Quit Challenge – Register soon! It’s time to Quit Smoking Cornwall – February 16, 2010

Canadian Cancer Society Driven to Quit Challenge – Register soon!  It’s time to Quit Smoking Cornwall – February 16, 2010

It’s About Time That You Quit! Time is running out to join thousands in The Driven to Quit Challenge February 16, 2010 – Cornwall, ON. – There are less than two weeks left to register for the Canadian Cancer Society Driven to Quit Challenge. Registration is open until 11:59 p.m. on February 28 at DrivenToQuit.ca or until 9 […]

Champions of the Cause Night – 3+1 Project 2010 Fundraiser with the Cornwall Colts – Cornwall Ontario – March 4th

Champions of the Cause Night – 3+1 Project 2010 Fundraiser with the Cornwall Colts – Cornwall Ontario –  March 4th

COLTS ROLL OUT RED CARPET FOR 3+1 PROJECT 2010 AND ONE LUCKY PERSON COULD WIN A NEW FORD ESCAPE Cornwall Ontario – The Cornwall Colts have dedicated one of their home games to Project 2010. “Champions of the Cause Night” takes place Thursday, March 4th when the Colts host the Gloucester Rangers. Fans attending the […]