Giant Rabbit on the Steps of Parliament Hill During 4/20 by Roy Berger

Giant Rabbit on the Steps of Parliament Hill During 4/20 by Roy Berger

Ottawa Ontario – Peanuts, a giant rabbit, made a surprise appearance on Parliament Hill at the annual civil disobedient  4/20 marijuana smoke out.   “That’s a Continental Giant,” the owner Sarah Brudo said. “I bought him at a Rabbitry in Hamilton [Ontario, Canada] I got him at 7 or 8 weeks old, three years ago. […]

The Canadian Gambling News Network APRIL 21, 2017

The Canadian Gambling News Network APRIL 21, 2017

  Gaming Post: The Gambling News Network Started in July 2014, Canadian online casino news is the place to go to find all news involving the physical and online gambling scenes. The site is written by gamblers with different areas of gaming expertise for gamblers who are looking to understand the depths of each game. […]

Leafs & Sens Win – Nashville 2-0 vs Chicago GAME 2 Thoughts by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 16, 2017

Leafs & Sens Win – Nashville 2-0 vs Chicago  GAME 2 Thoughts by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 16, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – The Habs evened their series Friday night.   This year there seems to be more desperation across the board to win with multiple games of 100 total hits.  It’s good hockey; sometimes great.  Shea Weber, even though he took a lame fighting penalty, was the monster for Montreal.  Just the beating alone […]

Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

Cornwall Ontario –  It was great to see five Canadian teams make the playoffs this season after Canada was blanked last year. Sadly all five lost their opening games; some tragically, some, well hockey is a game of funny bounces and for the Leafs Friday night the puck didn’t bounce their way. The upstart Leafs […]

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Drive Ins & Senior Exercise APRIL 2, 2017

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Drive Ins & Senior Exercise APRIL 2, 2017

    Cornwall Ontario – Spring is flirting with us right now. May be warm. Maybe not!! We are all looking forward to putting on a light jacket and getting rid of the winter boots. Soon we will see delicately coloured crocus buds peeping up through the earth and those gorgeous tiny waxy wrinkled green […]

War Amps Pay Tribute for 100th Anniversary of Vimy Ridge MARCH 30, 2017

War Amps Pay Tribute for 100th Anniversary of Vimy Ridge MARCH 30, 2017

AMPUTEES FIND MODERN-DAY INSPIRATION FROM VIMY BATTLE SURVIVORS – The Battle of Vimy Ridge may have been 100 years ago, but it continues to have modern-day lessons for amputees. Rob Larman is a left leg amputee and directs The War Amps PLAYSAFE Program, while Tiffany Ross, 10, was born a left arm amputee and is a […]

The Community Market – Six Month Check-up by Reg Coffey

The Community Market – Six Month Check-up by Reg Coffey

Long Sault – It’s been six months since the grand opening of The Community Market and time to see how they are doing. The store is still open 7 days a week and the proprietors, Stacey Holmes and James Loucks, were there on a Sunday afternoon serving their customers. The store has been adapting and […]

Sunshine List Darren Dalgleish Lawyers UP – Is he still CEO of St. Lawrence Parks? MARCH 9, 2017

Sunshine List Darren Dalgleish Lawyers UP – Is he still CEO of St. Lawrence Parks?  MARCH 9, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – Darren Dalgleish has lawyered up.    The we’re not sure what, or if he’s still with,  the St.Lawrence Parks Commission poobah,  was allegedly reported to have been escorted from the premises and turfed which has resulted in Cornwall Newswatch’s Bill Kingston and other media outlets to be served after reporting such. CKWS […]

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Hello World & Drinking Hard MARCH 7, 2017

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Hello World & Drinking Hard MARCH 7, 2017

  TORONTO ONTARIO – Toronto is a crowded place with millions of people coming and leaving the city every day, everybody is always in a rush to get somewhere here. I used to joke that I was a chickadee surrounded by millions of sparrows stuck inside a large, concrete bird cage. Mind you I was […]

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