CFN – Police have initiated a man hunt for Kale Presnail who escaped from jail in Kingston Ontario. If you see this man call 911 and do not approach him. He was serving a life sentence for second degree murder. Reported as six feet tall and 178 lbs witha dragon tattoo on his right calf, a dolphin […]
CFN – A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision is good news for Paralegal’s and lawyers in the province as Land Lords will no longer be able to have property managers handle certain duties. The Law Society of Upper Canada vs Enzo Vincent Chiarelli of May 14, 2014 upheld an earlier decison. Local Paralegal James […]
CFN – Students and staff from Loyalist Collegiate Vocational Institute, Calvin Park Public School, and a daycare were evacuated on Tuesday, May 13 due to a learned bomb threat by school personnel and police. During the mid-morning members of the Kingston Police uniform patrol attended 153 Van Order Drive, the building which contains both […]
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CFN – Hey Ontario Provincial candidates! You have less than two months to win your seat at Queen’s Park! Find out what CFN can do to help you reach voters and compare our reach and value with where you’re thinking of advertising! If your riding is in one of the Ontario cities below you […]
CORNWALL Ontario – They say that Charity begins at home and what better way to help promote business and show how much Cornwall cares than our latest promotion on www.Cornwallfreenews.com! For the month of May any ad purchased by our sponsors will gain an equal matching ad for the charity of their choice! So if […]
CFN – Paul J. Fudge, the founder and long standing owner operator of Paul J. Fudge Bailiff and Landlord Agent business in Kingston today announced that the “landlord agent” operations of his business has been sold to James Moak Professional Corporation. “As many know, I have been considering semi-retirement for some time,” said Mr. […]
It’s Beat the Clock time again on CFN! You have until Monday March 10 at NOON EST to grab this buy! Great for Election Campaigns, your business, charity, event or organization. You can purchase as many as you like as long as they are used during 2014. Your choice of month based on availability! […]
Beat The Clock Sale on CFN Full Page Ads only $149 ENDS Noon Friday January 17, 2014 – Municipal Elections
Cornwall Ontario – Everyone loves a great deal; especially in this economic climate! You missed the $99 ads, but now is your chance for the $149+HST instead of our regular price of $399! Your ad can be placed any time during 2014 and can include photos, posters, and even embedded video! Ads can […]
Anytime you go from 14.2 to 29.5 MILLION page views in one year it’s something to be proud of! And that’s exactly what CFN has done thanks to you; our amazing viewers! And now it’s time for some of the numbers! Canadian traffic 88.7% US 8.23% Unique Visitors for 2013 618,389 Visits for 2013 […]
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CFN – We had so much fun with our first full page and banner deals that we’re having another one day sale on Corner banner ads on CFN! Especially important with the election season starting in Ontario! You get a 240×140 pixel banner for one month for only $149+HST! That’s between 300,000 to 600,000 page […]
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CFN – I was given a book by a friend not too long ago which I am just getting around to reading, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan. So much interesting information…”Our ingenuity in feeding ourselves is prodigious, but at various points our technologies come into conflict with nature’s […]
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Are you one of those Cornwall businesses tired of overpaying for ads on other media that have less viewership than CFN? Ottawa or Montreal ad costs driving you to bankruptcy? Looking for more exposure and better value? Do you want to reach Eastern Ontario Viewers, but don’t want to have to buy ads in multiple […]
CFN – Yes this is the Earth Matters column. We are changing the title of this column for today out of respect and consideration for all this little flying animal does for us each day. Bees, which are critical to our food supply are experiencing immense life challenges due to the hand of man. They […]
CFN – I just love coming across items that help me accomplish my daily needs and are additionally “earth friendly”. These are two items that caught my eye and prompted me to open my wallet to purchase in the last week. The first item is the ECO Lunchbox. The item came with minimal packaging […]
CFN – I took some time with a friend to explore and take in some of the natural spaces that surround us. We started off our day at The Martintown Mill which is situated on the Raisin River. The following two images were captured there. The flower is about the size of my baby finger […]
CFN – A recent visit with a friend in Hamilton, Ontario opened my eyes to “POSSIBILITY”. The possibility of growing flowers and food on my own front yard. Many front yard vegetable gardens were sighted on my stroll through an older neighborhood. Think of the possibilities this offers. The possibility of nutritious low cost food, […]
CFN – For all Canadian Cottage goers and summer water seekers the sight and sounds of the Common Loon lift the spirit and add that special something to a retreat spent away from the ‘day to day’ in our down-time spent near the water. The soul stirring call of Canada’s Iconic Loon is experiencing challenges […]