New Animal Protection Laws in Cornwall

New Animal Protection Laws in Cornwall

LINK Tough new laws are to be in place here in Ontario with the passing of new laws.    Hopefully they will have some checks and balances as I’ve already heard some horror stories from OSPCA implementation regarding a few “cat ladies” who may end up losing their homes as well as having lost their cats. […]

More Tobacco Arrests in Cornwall

More Tobacco Arrests in Cornwall

More tobacco arrests in the area.     LINK RCMP seized nearly 6,000 resealable bags of cigarettes from a garage and a van parked near a Williamstown residence in South Glengarry early last week. A 38-year-old and a 50-year-old, both from Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, and four younger man, aged between 20 and 26, were arrested and […]

12th Street Fire in Cornwall – Olymel labour deal for 6 years

12th Street Fire in Cornwall – Olymel labour deal for 6 years

Auto fire on 12th street this weekend.   Click the LINK to see photos and the whole story. According to Cornwall Fire Department Capt. Reg Grant, a father and his son were working on fixing a car at their Twelfth Street East home when a spark set off the fire OLYMEL agreed to terms on a […]

Local Resto Reviews

Local Resto Reviews

FOR MORE RESTO REVIEWS CLICK HERE Wow, I found a blogger out there reviewing some of Cornwall’s finer eateries.    I’m going to be doing this too, but thought I’d see how you folks appreciate this person’s reviews.  What do you think of this Blogger’s reviews?  And if you have a local blog feel free to […]

15 Busted for Illegal Smokes

15 Busted for Illegal Smokes

LINK Big sting here in Cornwall by the RCMP. The weeklong blitz, which wrapped up Monday, saw officers seize 19 vehicles, 21,000 bags and cartons of cigarettes and nearly 900 kilograms of fine-cut tobacco. Police also say they found US$260,000 in one vehicle. Please visit our sponsors:

Property Tax shooting up

Property Tax shooting up

LINK Interesting letter to the editor in the Standard Freeholder today.   Our taxes are high on our house too, but if we were in Ottawa they’d be higher.     Cornwall faces some interesting challenges as a small city.   Let’s see if I can get a City Councillor to respond to this article. Ergo, my property tax, […]

Justin Trudeau Update

Justin Trudeau Update

Due to overwhelming demand the Justin Trudeau  Community Breakfast (Saturday March 14th from 8:30-10:30) has had to change the location to the Cornwall Civic Complex Salons A-C. People can still order tickets by contacting Denis at 613 346 5416 or e-mail m3011@glen-net.ca or check out the Liberal riding association website www.sdsg-fla.org Please visit our sponsors:

Cornwall Finalizes Shopper’s Drugmart Land Deal

Cornwall Finalizes Shopper’s Drugmart Land Deal

LINK Good news and hopefully over 100 jobs to the city!  Way to go Cornwall!  And construction for the project will create more local work. The city is also moving forward with the construction of a new north-south road in the business park, connecting SCM Way and Industrial Park Road. Work on the roadway is […]

It’s FLU season

It’s FLU season

It’s flu season and a lot of people are going to catch it this year.    There are some things YOU can do to help prevent it and help prevent the spread. WASH YOUR HANDS.      A lot.   The more the better. IF YOU SNEEZE.   Try and sneeze into your elbow.   Not into your hand.   At the […]

Eco Farm Day hits Cornwall FEB 27-29

Just received this release –  Click the photo to link to the site. Join us at Eco Farm Day – eastern Ontario’s premier farm & garden conference. Organic, transitional and conventional farmers of field crops, market gardens, and livestock rely on Eco Farm Day for the best training, information, and commerce opportunities. Over 350 people come back […]

Justin Trudeau coming to Cornwall

Justin Trudeau coming to Cornwall

Liberal star child Justin Trudeau will be making a rare visit to Cornwall. The SDSG Federal Liberal Association will be hosting a breakfast at the Best Western Parkway Inn Saturday March 14th from 8:30-10:30 AM..  Tickets for adults will be $15.   It should be interesting to see if Mr. Trudeau can live up to some […]

Transcontinental lays off thousands

Transcontinental lays off thousands

LINK Transcontinental Inc. , owner locally of The Seaway Valley News and many other news papers and magazines has laid off thousands of employees as revenues fall during the recession. Impact in Canada is in the hundreds as most of the cuts will come in the US. Please visit our sponsors:

So if Oil is trading at less than $35 per barrel ….

So if Oil is trading at less than $35 per barrel ….

So if Oil is trading at less than $35 per barrel why are we paying over .70 cents per litre?   What’s up with our local Cornwall gas stations?  Is it time to start some community boycotting?   Haven’t the oil industry wreaked enough mayhem on our economy from last year’s shenanigans? What do you think Cornwall? […]

Ingleside Pellet Plant news

Ingleside Pellet Plant news

LINK If all goes well Ingleside will be getting over 100 new jobs at the proposed Pellet plant. CBP vice-president and co-CEO Dan Stasko said the company has an offer on a 60-acre parcel of land in the industrial park, and it is working towards obtaining final licencing from the Ministry of Natural Resources. Stasko […]

Cornwall Teacher Strike Looming?

Cornwall Teacher Strike Looming?

LINK Corwall area teachers are mulling over whether to have a strike or not.    Bad timing and bad PR for little gain right now.   In our current economy everyone needs to pull together and budgets are tight enough right now. If the teachers do play ball though I think they’d have quite a chip for […]