Thanks Cornwall and the World!

Thanks Cornwall and the World!

Thanks to everyone who has read this site and shared with anyone else.   Our March numbers were up 146% over our February numbers. If we can keep that up a lot of people will be reading this site soon! We had over 2000 page views for March. Thanks to all of our sponsors so far, […]

Claude McIntosh and I agree on something!

Claude McIntosh and I agree on something!

L I N K I knew it could happen.  Claude and I agree on Guy Lauzon burning taxpayer money on his shameless plugs and mailinigs. And while we’re on the subject, would Guy Lauzon and other MPs stop wasting good tax dollars on those all too frequent mailouts to constituents. They are useless pieces of […]

Minimum Wage up 75 cents – finally !

Minimum Wage up 75 cents – finally !

Editorial- Finally minimum wage went up in Ontario. I know the struggles of small business as I’ve run one.  Yes wages are expensive, but the reality is that Minimum wage is a system that supports the Service Industry. Walmart recorded profits this year.   Tim Horton’s, Burger King, McDonalds, and many of the largest employers in […]

Electronics Recycling Centre to Open in Brockville

Electronics Recycling Centre to Open in Brockville

How did Cornwall miss out on this opportunity? L I N K LeSueur said officials from Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) confirmed last week the Brockville bid to establish a waste electronics consolidation centre was successful. Kingston and Ottawa were the other eastern Ontario locations picked. The consolidation centres will take in electronic waste collected under […]

Stephen Harper Full of Advice – Suggest we all buy outside Canada

Stephen Harper Full of Advice – Suggest we all buy outside Canada

L I N K The Prime Minister boasted of the country’s system of banking regulation, which he suggested has kept Canadian banks from requiring the degree of government support that has been propping up institutions in other countries. What I don’t get is why Mr. Harper or anyone in his government would try and take […]

Habs Clip Hawks 4-1 – Still in Eighth

Habs Clip Hawks 4-1 – Still in Eighth

I predict that as long as the Habs outshoot their oppenents good things will happen.  It did last night.  Even they they spent more time in the box than the Hawks Cristobal Huet’s return to Montreal ended in a 4-1 victory for the Bleu, Blanc, et Rouge. Alex Kovalev scored early and was spirited.  Carey […]

Parti Quebecois wants Caisse to Purchase Habs

Parti Quebecois wants Caisse to Purchase Habs

L I N K Hey, it’s not that bad an idea as long as they don’t over pay too much.    Look how well it’s worked with the Teacher’s pension fund owning the Leafs 😉 Shame they didn’t have that brain fart when the Expos were for sale…. please visit our sponsors:

Battling Through the Smoke – Illegal Cigarettes

Battling Through the Smoke – Illegal Cigarettes

Two strong pieces about the Illegal Cigarette trade.   This is a major issue.  Basically after shaking down the tobacco companies the whole trade went to Native and Organized Crime interest. We are paying for the health burden of a now basically unregulated or tested product.   Not only that we are paying for a half attempted […]

Cornwall’s Casa Paolo reviewed in NY Newspaper

Cornwall’s Casa Paolo reviewed in NY Newspaper

L I N K Congrats to local Italian eatery Casa Paolo (1600 Vincent Massey Drive) received a glowing review in The Watertown Daily News.   Click the link to check it out. While not my favorite Italian food in the area it is a lovely place for a good meal. please visit our sponsors:

Guy Lauzon having another Passport Clinic

Guy Lauzon having another Passport Clinic

MP Guy Lauzon is hosting another Passport clinic.   During the last election it was raised that his Passport Clinics have been over charging for photos.   Here’s hoping that nobody at this clinic will have to pay over $10 for the photo; otherwise this is just a cash grabbing gouge fest in Mr. Lauzon’s name. L […]

Habs give it up in 3rd – Lose to Buffalo in Shoot Out

Habs give it up in 3rd – Lose to Buffalo in Shoot Out

Hey, it’s a cliche right?  You have to play 3 periods?   Well the Habs played two good ones, but ran out of gas in the 3rd and allowed Buffalo to not only out shoot them, but out score them. No over time magic tonight and they lost to the Sabres in the shootout. Not Play […]

Ray Emery Nabbed on 416 – Hummer Impounded in Kemptville

Ray Emery Nabbed on 416 – Hummer Impounded in Kemptville

Poor former Sens goalie Ray Emery; back from Russia and nabbed on the 416 for Stunt Speeding. L I N K Emery was charged under the stunt driving provisions of the Highway Traffic Act. Under Ontario law, police have the authority to seize a vehicle going faster than 50 km/h above the speed limit, however […]

Cornwall’s Best Pizza Contest Starting Soon!

Cornwall’s Best Pizza Contest Starting Soon!

We’re going to be organizing Cornwall’s Best Pizza contest soon.   Hopefully we’ll raise some money for charity and have a lot of fun so if you read this tell your friends and your favorite pizza places. Cornwall will speak!  May the best pie win!

Does Sex Really Sell?

Does Sex Really Sell?

I know we don’t have a Hardee’s here in Canada, but if we did would this commercial get your burger lovin’ butt down to it? httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzwxmy1TWNM&feature=player_embedded please visit our sponsors:

Habs Win 2 in a Row – Outshoot Lightning too!

Habs Win 2 in a Row – Outshoot Lightning too!

Yes, they said it couldn’t happen; the Habs actually outshot a team (36-19).   They won too thanks to goals by Alex Kovalev, Saku Koivu, and Guillaume Latendresse. Of course Tampa isn’t that great a team this year, but a win is a win, especially in a Cup hunt. Congrats to Les Boys and Carey Price […]

Huge Biker Arrests in Quebec

Huge Biker Arrests in Quebec

L I N K Former crime journalist Michel Auger, who wrote about organized crime for Le Journal de Montreal, said the story behind Gallant and Operation Baladeur is worthy of a movie. Police allege the suspects either ordered or carried out the killings of 28 people between 1978 and 2003. Some of the suspects were […]

Law Enforcement Team Up to nab Cigarette Smugglers

Joint Operation With CBSA, OPP and RCMP Results in Contraband Tobacco Seizures SOUTH GLENGARRY, ON, March 26 /CNW/ – Officers from the Cornwall RCMP Detachment with officers from the Canada Border Services Agency and the Ontario Provincial Police worked together on a joint operation targeting those who transport contraband cigarettes from the Cornwall region towards […]