Massive Garage Sale! Friday October 7th – Monday October 10th Cornwall Ontario

Massive Garage Sale! Friday October 7th – Monday October 10th Cornwall Ontario

GIGANTIC  YARD  SALE . FRIDAY, Oct. 7th        noon to 6pm SATURDAY, Oct.8th   6am to 6pm SUNDAY, Oct.9th       8am to 3pm MONDAY, Oct. 10th  8am to 4pm CORNER HWY 138 (to Ottawa) and Cornwall Center Road (look for the signs) Two tractor trailer loads of commercial, industrial, farm, residential merchandise . Display cases, racking and shelving […]

Former Vikings men’s basketball player, Remy Simpson, becomes women’s team coach – October 5, 2011

Former Vikings men’s basketball player, Remy Simpson, becomes women’s team coach – October 5, 2011

  Kingston ON – St. Lawrence College is pleased to announce the hiring of Remy Simpson as the new head coach for the Vikings women’s basketball team.   Simpson is a familiar face at St. Lawrence College, as he was a member of the Vikings men’s basketball team from 2004 to 2006 and 2008 to […]

HRPA October Event: Planning Today to Grow Tomorrow – Tuesday October 25th, 2011

HRPA October Event: Planning Today to Grow Tomorrow – Tuesday October 25th, 2011

CFN – The size of the organization doesn’t matter, because both small family run businesses and large multinationals need to leverage a comprehensive succession planning process to secure the organization’s future.  Succession planning requires planning today to grow tomorrow.  Being strategic rather than reactive when someone leaves.  It is about putting in place the ability […]

Tabatha Pilon – Notes From Abroad. Feeling all Hygge in Denmark – October 4, 2011

Tabatha Pilon – Notes From Abroad. Feeling all Hygge in Denmark –  October 4, 2011

CFN  –  What I have found within learning a new language, is that in other languages they have words that do not exist in the English language. In Danish they have one word that cannot be directly translated but google would translate it as “fun” or “cozy”. The word is Hygge. (hoo-ga) . Hygge is […]

Why Andrea Horwath Bumping the Minimum Wage to $11 Would Kill Small Business & Hurt Seniors – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 3, 2011

Why Andrea Horwath Bumping the Minimum Wage to $11 Would Kill Small Business & Hurt Seniors – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 3, 2011

CFN –  Wow, this 2011 provincial election is almost done.  It’s been an ugly and turdulent affair with Racoons, mice, name calling, liar calling, sleazy 30’s style propaganda, and other trickery. See people don’t get the difference between Ontario NDP and the Federal NDP.   There’s a HUGE difference. The NDP of Jack Layton and […]

Fire Destroys General Store in Lunenberg Ontario – No injuries reported – October 3, 2011

Fire Destroys General Store in Lunenberg Ontario – No injuries reported – October 3, 2011

CFN – Fire struck in Lunenberg Ontario at approx 20:00. South Stormont fire department members responded to the report of a structure fire in the town of Lunenburg. On arrival the building which has been a beloved general store for years was totally engulfed and eventually destroyed by fire. 3 full stations were dispatched calling […]

Ontario Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty Aims for Majority while visiting Cornwall Ontario – Ready to Take on Stephen Harper – October 1, 2011

Ontario Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty Aims for Majority while visiting Cornwall Ontario – Ready to Take on Stephen Harper – October 1, 2011

CFN – If the turnout in Cornwall for Premier Dalton McGuinty is indicative of the election results on October 6th, compared to the turn outs for Tim Hudak and Andrea Horvath the Liberal candidate will have a huge smile on his face on election night! httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vewjyL0v844 In spite of cold and rain hundreds of people […]

Poll Numbers Point to Liberal Majority – Premier Dalton McGuinty in Cornwall Ontario – Saturday October 1, 2011 2:45 PM

Poll Numbers Point to Liberal Majority – Premier Dalton McGuinty in Cornwall Ontario – Saturday October 1, 2011  2:45 PM

CFN – New polls numbers are being crunched by Eric Grenier and his 308 website.    It’s showing what many are seeing; that this is going to be an amazing story in Ontario election history as Dalton McGuinty and his Liberal government are on the precipice of earning a third majority mandate from the people […]

Canadian Blood Services asks residents to share their lifeblood this Thanksgiving October 4, 2011

Canadian Blood Services asks residents to share their lifeblood this Thanksgiving October 4, 2011

  CFN – Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for families and friends to gather, break bread and give thanks for our many blessings – and for most of us, one of our blessings is health. But health can change in an instant. This year as people prepare for the October long weekend, Canadian Blood Services […]

On Common Ground Studio Tour – October 15-16, 2011

On Common Ground Studio Tour – October 15-16, 2011

  CFN – The On Common Ground Studio Tour this year is set for Saturday Oct. 15 and Sunday Oct.16. The studios will be open 10-5 both days. Once again, our local artists and artisans are prepared to show you why this studio tour has such a good reputation, both for the quality of the art work displayed and […]

Online Radio can be listed on BBM Diaries – Are you listening to Good Morning on Seawayradio.com? Letter to the Editor from Don Smith of Cornwall Ontario

Online Radio can be listed on BBM Diaries – Are you listening to Good Morning on Seawayradio.com?  Letter to the Editor from Don Smith of Cornwall Ontario

Hi Jamie: Recently I received a phone call from the Bureau of Broadcast Measurement (the folks who compile the radio market rankings) asking for our household to participate in a week long survey. Today we received our radio diaries from the BBM.  Wondering how a person is to report listening to online radio stations such […]

Your City Hall Bulletin for Cornwall Ontario for Thursday September 29, 2011

Your City Hall Bulletin for Cornwall Ontario for Thursday September 29, 2011

Here is your City of Cornwall Ontario Bulletin for September 29, 2011 Click the Bulletin to blow up to full size!  Click the X on the bottom right corner to blow up even larger! For complete information on City Programs and Services visit Cornwall Ontario at www.Cornwall.ca Check out Cornwall Ontario on Facebook too!

Prime Building Site at the Corner of Pitt & Second in Cornwall Ontario to turn into Art Exhibit – September 28, 2011

Prime Building Site at the Corner of Pitt & Second in Cornwall Ontario to turn into Art Exhibit –  September 28, 2011

  CFN – A group of artists will be working on a unique public art project to create a temporary mural at the northeast corner of Pitt and Second Streets. Beginning this Thursday evening, local artists, entrepreneurs and “Walldog” artists from across Canada and the U.S. will paint a seven-foot high mural around the 260-foot […]

Sue McConville’s Weekly Business Management Tip #3 – Work Will Take Up as Much Time as You let it – September 26, 2011

Sue McConville’s Weekly Business Management Tip #3 – Work Will Take Up as Much Time as You let it – September 26, 2011

  CFN – Last week I wrote about goal setting and communicating your goal to another person. I received a personal email that said:  “That’s a nice idea and might work with my husband and kids but it sure won’t help me at work.  I am a supervisor and have a steady stream of needy […]

We’re proud to introduce our newest Scribe – Ms Tabatha Pilon from Cornwall Ontario! September 26, 2011

We’re proud to introduce our newest Scribe – Ms Tabatha Pilon from Cornwall Ontario!  September 26, 2011

CFN –  We’re proud to welcome our newest scribe to The Cornwall Free News.  17 year old Tabatha Pilon is studying abroad, in Denmark.   She’s going to share her experiences with our viewers.   If you are doing something unique and special and want to share it with our viewers email us at info@cornwallfreenews.com […]

Season Opener Concert at St. Lawrence Acoustic Stage Featuring Serena Ryder by Reg Coffey – September 25, 2011

Season Opener Concert at St. Lawrence Acoustic Stage Featuring Serena Ryder by Reg Coffey – September 25, 2011

CFN – On Saturday night another season of excellent acoustic music began at the St. Lawrence Stage. It was standing room only because the headline act was none other than multiple Juno award winner Serena Ryder. . Actually this was the first sold out concert for the stage. I know that I was excited to […]