Up and Coming Trends in Canadian Culture 081717

Up and Coming Trends in Canadian Culture 081717

Canada is famous for hockey but soccer has grown in popularity since Canada hosted the 2007 FIFA Under-20s World Cup. It’s one of the few non-native sports that has gained enough popularity to rival native ones. Soccer is the most played sport across all demographics in Canada and, not only are there many professional teams in […]

If Premier Couillard Really Wants Anglos to Return to Quebec. By Jamie Gilcig 081417

If Premier Couillard Really Wants Anglos to Return to Quebec. By Jamie Gilcig 081417

Cornwall Ontario –   I’m a refugee of Quebec.  One of the multitude of Anglos that left (along with a lot of  Francophones) for a multitude of reasons. I write this the day after helping empty my Mom’s Cote des Neiges apartment and finding an album of pics from the two short films I shot […]

Cornwall Snubbed by Wynne Gov’t As Big Rubber Duck Expected to Draw 30K in Brockville 081017

Cornwall Snubbed by Wynne Gov’t As Big Rubber Duck Expected to Draw 30K in Brockville 081017

Cornwall Ontario –  Many Cornwallites are crying fowl, and heading down the 401 to check out the Big Rubber Duck in Brockville this weekend as the 61 foot cutie will settle on the town’s picturesque waterfront. Locals can still celebrate the pooping of the geese in Lamoureux Parc.  While not as exciting as the duck, […]

The Power of Beauty by Julie Bilotta – Brand Name Vs Drugstore Cosmetics 080917

The Power of Beauty by Julie Bilotta – Brand Name Vs Drugstore Cosmetics 080917

Cornwall Ontario – Brand-Name Beauties Vs. Drugstore Delights Makeup can cost you a pretty penny, especially if you are buying from stores like Sephora or from websites that carry high-end makeup. But don’t be discouraged, radiant readers, because I’ve dedicated this whole column to sharing equally luscious equivalents to your favourite high-end makeup that you […]

Walk for Kidney Disease Cornwall Hosts Annual Kidney Walk – AUG 7, 2017

Walk for Kidney Disease Cornwall Hosts Annual Kidney Walk – AUG 7, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – The Kidney Foundation of Canada invites the community of Cornwall to sign up for the annual Kidney Walk on Sunday, September 10th, 2017 at the Lamoureux Park bandshell. Participants and volunteers can register themselves or walk teams online at www.kidneywalk.com. All donations raised by walk participants and sponsors will go to The Kidney […]

Could Bad McDonalds Service in Cornwall Signify the End of the World? By Jamie Gilcig

Could Bad McDonalds Service in Cornwall Signify the End of the World?  By Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario – I’m a cheater.  Yes indeed, with my partner in CFN, Reg Coffey, roasting some of the finest beans in the region I secretly love my Mickey D’s iced coffee. Sadly though the service at our two local drive throughs is utterly and consistently dreadful.   Last week I was in line with […]

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Vacations & Relationships 080717

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Vacations & Relationships 080717

Toronto Ontario – There’s A Fine Line Between Bravery and Stupidity, My Friend. Ever feel like you in a continuous rut? Like you’re just stuck there and you can never get out? Like no matter how far you’ve come, some how it just isn’t enough and everyone expects you to be great? Life no longer […]

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Memories of Central Public School 080717

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Memories of Central Public School 080717

  Cornwall Ontario – Central Public School was a second home to a lot of us growing up over the years in Cornwall in the 40’s and 50’s. We went to kindergarten at age 5 for 1/2 a day and then grades 1 to 8. We attended classes from 9am to 12 and then scurried […]

5 Unbelievable Stories About Lottery Winners 080417

5 Unbelievable Stories About Lottery Winners 080417

The lottery has made many dreams come true over the years and there are countless fantastic stories about people who have gotten to see what it feels like to have all of your financial troubles wiped away clean overnight. But in this multitude of fabulous stories, there were some that have really caught our eye. […]

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford #101 Painting & Tiger Tales 072417

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford #101 Painting & Tiger Tales 072417

  Cornwall Ontario – “Painting as a Pastime”, by The Right Honourable Sir Winston Churchill is a book I have treasured over the years. I inherited it in the late ’60’s. It states that the hardcover edition was first published in the 1950’s in the USA by The McGraw-Hill Book Company Inc. According to information […]

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon Quarter Life Crisis @ Sneaky Dee’s

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon Quarter Life Crisis @ Sneaky Dee’s

Toronto Ontario  – Two of the greatest things about Toronto are its nightlife and its people. Rain or shine, weekend or weekday- there is always something to do or somewhere to go. Last Friday night I went out with my friends V and Rhi to a bar called Sneaky Dee’s for emo night, which is every […]

Makeup & More – By Julie Bilotta – First Column Introduction JULY 17, 2017

Makeup & More – By Julie Bilotta – First Column Introduction JULY 17, 2017

Hi everyone Julie Bilotta here! This column will be covering makeup,beauty and skin care tips, tricks and advice for women and men of all ages and races! As far back as I can remember I’ve always loved makeup I remember watching my step mother as she would get ready to go out. She would always […]

South Dundas to Open Time Capsule from 1992 on July 18th at 6PM

South Dundas to Open Time Capsule from 1992 on July 18th at 6PM

Municipality to Unveil 25 Year Old Time Capsule, Bury New One   In July 1992, Council of the former Village of Morrisburg assembled to bury a time capsule with a variety of items that would reflect the way of life at the time. The capsule was meant to be opened 25 years later, during Canada’s […]

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