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 […]

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 […]