The Everyday Importance of Mobile Technology JULY 7, 2017

The Everyday Importance of Mobile Technology JULY 7, 2017

Source: Electronic Soko via Facebook. The growth in availability and diversity of mobile technology has truly heralded the beginning of an age of convenience. Beyond the obvious use of using mobile devices for the purpose of communication, mobile technology now permits users to perform tasks that previously would have required manual labour or a sizeable […]

POW! Protect Our Waterfront Cornwall Meeting at RCAF Wing JULY 6th 6:30PM

POW!  Protect Our Waterfront Cornwall Meeting at RCAF Wing JULY 6th 6:30PM

Cornwall Ontario – After former Waterfront Committee member Bill Parisien distributed a letter calling for an emergency meeting of the waterfront, a group of people came together to form POW Cornwall. The purpose of the group is to have people in Cornwall come together to ensure that our waterfront is protected from abuse such as […]

How the rise of Canada is in some ways greater than even America’s. By Conrad Black JUNE 30, 2017

How the rise of Canada is in some ways greater than even America’s. By Conrad Black JUNE 30, 2017

Canada has, as the French say, the fault of its qualities. Because it is always consensual and never revolutionary, it has relatively less drama than have had the other G-7 countries National Archives of Canada-PA-091061/ THE CANADIAN PRESS The countries that are today the G-7 leading democratic economic powers all underwent radical political changes between […]

Is it Guy Lauzon’s Fault that Canada Day Will See T Storms in Cornwall for 150?

Is it Guy Lauzon’s Fault that Canada Day Will See T Storms in Cornwall for 150?

Cornwall Ontario – Another wasted Canada Day here in Cornwall Ontario as Conservative MP Guy Lauzon is allowed to hijack our Nation’s Holiday once again for his partisan escapades. Questions of his committee came up at Monday’s Council meeting as it’s not a committee of council and MP Lauzon still refuses to show any financials. […]

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Rise Against & Big Noses JUNE 26, 2017

Millennial Survival in Toronto by E.V. Hutcheon – Rise Against & Big Noses JUNE 26, 2017

  Toronto Ontario – On June 11 at the Ontario Centre on the Budweiser stage, Thrice, Deaftones and Rise Against joined thousands of screaming fans, as they performed their set lists. This was my third attempt to go see Rise Against, due to timing and other setbacks in the past until now, I had never […]

Mother Nature Doesn’t Like Justin Towndale & Seaway Beer Fest JUNE 25, 2017

Mother Nature Doesn’t Like Justin Towndale & Seaway Beer Fest JUNE 25, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – Karma can be ugly sometimes.   I’ve always written and said that you get more when you’re a small part of something good rather than be Justin Towndale and the rest of the people running the Seaway Food and Beer fest. Playing petty,ignorant, politics usually get you thunderstorms and rain.  It’s a […]

Senior Situation Room by Dawn Ford – June 25, 2017 – 50th CGH Nursing Celebration

Senior Situation Room by Dawn Ford – June 25, 2017 – 50th CGH Nursing Celebration

  Cornwall Ontario – If you wanted to see some gorgeous seniors, you should have been at the Royal Canadian Legion on the evening of June 16th. The occasion was the Annual Alumni Dinner of the Cornwall General Hospital School of Nursing. Celebrating 50 years was the Graduating Class of 1967. 3rd row left to […]

Much Ado in Cornwall in July – Shakespeare in the Park! JULY 13, 2017

Much Ado in Cornwall in July – Shakespeare in the Park!   JULY 13, 2017

Montreal QUEBEC – From July 13 to August 15 inclusive, Repercussions Theatre presents Much Ado About Nothing for its annual family-friendly Shakespeare-in-the-Park (SITP) tour. Directed by Repercussion’s Artistic Director, Amanda Kellock, the production blends seasoned and emerging actors and designers to create a magical evening of theatre under the stars. Continuing its expansion into new neighbourhoods, […]

The Community Farmers’ Market Keeps Improving by Reg Coffey

The Community Farmers’ Market Keeps Improving by Reg Coffey

Long Sault – The third week of The Community Farmers’ Market saw more new vendors set up shop in front of the building on County Rd 36. Bea’s Bread and The Pie Lady made their first appearance at the market and they couldn’t have picked a nicer day for it. There is supposed to be […]

CATHOLIC TEACHERS AWARD YOUNG AUTHORS IN TORONTO – June 14, 2017

CATHOLIC TEACHERS AWARD YOUNG AUTHORS IN TORONTO – June 14, 2017

Toronto Ontario  — Fifty-five students across the province, from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12, have been recognized by the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) for excellence in writing. The Young Authors Awards/Prix jeunes écrivains acknowledge English and French writing in categories ranging from poetry and short stories, to plays and non-fiction. “The winning submissions for […]

No Action for Cornwall Art Centre. By Jamie Gilcig JUNE 12, 2017

No Action for Cornwall Art Centre.  By Jamie Gilcig JUNE 12, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – TAG Cornwall, the now closed Public Art Gallery of Cornwall had dusty plans for an Art Centre from 1995.   The City of Cornwall of course never moved forward and slashed funding for the Charity to zero for 2015 and 2016 before it closed, instead spending the amount of money to keep […]