Bought any Magazines Lately?

Bought any Magazines Lately?

Magazine sales continue to drop from the big names to the obscure ones people just don’t seem to want to shell out for magazines anymore.   L I N K Check out the list and see if your favorite is there. 1. Cosmopolitan – 1,616,908 (down 7.8 percent) 2. People – 1,319,350 (down 12.77 percent) 3. […]

Blood for Oil – Libyan Lockerbie Bomber Released in Oil Deal

Blood for Oil – Libyan Lockerbie Bomber Released in Oil Deal

The pic is of the Memorial in Lockerbie Scotland for the victims of the Terrorist attack that led to the deaths of hundreds of victims.  270 people died from Pan Am flight 103 being brought down. Recently one of the convicted terrorists was allowed to return to Libya to serve the end of his sentence […]

All this election talk….Swine Flu and Jobs

All this election talk….Swine Flu and Jobs

Election seems to be the buzz word in the news nowadays, but to me two things concern me personally a lot more. The Economy.   And I’m talking about the local economy.    If we can’t get good jobs we can’t grow as a city or pay for things like the arena. Right now the job front […]

Tobacco Arrests for week Ending August 28, 2009

Tobacco Arrests for week Ending August 28, 2009

Here’s this weeks round up from the RCMP’s Michael Harvey: Cornwall RCMP make Six Contraband Tobacco Seizures in Three Days (Cornwall, Ontario -Thursday August 27th , 2009) – Officers from the Cornwall RCMP working with various law enforcement agencies have made six contraband tobacco seizures in three days resulting in three individuals facing a charge […]

Elizabeth May not to Run in Nova Scotia

Elizabeth May not to Run in Nova Scotia

L I N K Elizabeth May, Leader of the Federal Green Party of Canada has officially stated that she won’t be running in Nova Scotia again.   Right now things are pointing to the BC riding of Saanich-Gulf Islands. “The B.C. riding of Saanich-Gulf Islands, which is currently held by Conservative cabinet minister Gary Lunn, has […]

The 2009 Akwesasne Pow Wow is Coming Up Fast September 12-13 2009

The 2009 Akwesasne Pow Wow is Coming Up Fast September 12-13 2009

Click the poster to go straight to their website! “The pow-wow allows us to join with other First Nations from across Canada and the United States to share in this great gathering, it also allows visitors from many nations to participate in this exciting cultural experience. It is our hope that this time spent together […]

NDP Nomination Meeting Drums Up the CASH

NDP Nomination Meeting Drums Up the CASH

Another night, another nomination meeting.  This one served up some really good carrot cake though. It was all Darlene Jalbert last night at the Navy Club.  Surrounded by party faithful and committed volunteers Ms Jalbert enters her second attempt to unseat local MP Guy Lauzon. Cornwall City Councilor Elaine MacDonald led off in welcoming Darlene […]

Local Liberal Stars Shine at Bernadette Clément Nomination Meeting

Local Liberal Stars Shine at Bernadette Clément Nomination Meeting

It was a breathtaking night in local politics at the Knights of Columbus hall.    Local Liberals turned out in record numbers to attend the nomination meeting. Only one candidate was on the docket, which wasn’t surprising to any in attendence.     It’s part of Ms Bernadette Clément’s charm, pulling people together and uniting them which makes […]

Quick Hits for Tuesday August 25, 2009

Quick Hits for Tuesday August 25, 2009

Here are your world and local Quick Hits for Tuesday August 25, 2009 Stones Most Expensive Wedding Band $5 Million per gig! Paul TALKS John MJ’s Drug Death Ruled Homicide Crypt above Marilyn Monroe Sells for $4.6 Million Helena Bonham Carter Scarier than in Harry Potter 1st Ministers agree to better process for progress on […]

More Tobacco Busts – RCMP Friday Press Release Friday August 21, 2009

More Tobacco Busts – RCMP Friday Press Release Friday August 21, 2009

9 People Arrested for Possession of Contraband Tobacco (South Glengarry, Ontario -Friday August 21st, 2009) – The RCMP working with various law enforcement agencies have arrested 9 people who each face a charge for possession of a tobacco product not properly stamped under authority of the Excise Act 2001. The tobacco product is believed to […]

Bernadette Clément To Run Against Guy Lauzon in the Next Federal Election

Bernadette Clément To Run Against Guy Lauzon in the Next Federal Election

Tomorrow there’s a press conference scheduled for 12:15 at The Best Western in the dining room where it is expected that Cornwall City Councilor Ms Bernadette Clément will be the uncontested Liberal candidate in the next Federal election for our riding. Ms Clément could not be reached for comment.  It’s been a long process as […]

Is the Recession Over? Vote here!

Is the Recession Over?  Vote here!

There’s a lot of buzz about the recession ending.    And yes, by definition we may leave an official recession, but the reality is that to truly recover from a recession jobs have to be created and people’s income’s have to rise. I don’t see that.   I see inventories being used up.     I see inflation for […]

Ted “Teeder” Kennedy Leafs this World at 83

Ted “Teeder” Kennedy Leafs this World at 83

Toronto Maple Leafs Legend and Captain Ted “Teeder” Kennedy passed away.   L I N K “I was certainly happy to play against him, and I’m so sorry to hear (of his death),” said Montreal Canadiens legend Jean Beliveau. “He was a complete centreman, a good playmaker, a good passer, good on faceoffs.” “He truly was […]

Rideau Ferry Regatta & Upper Canada Village Car Show

Rideau Ferry Regatta & Upper Canada Village Car Show

Our crack reporter at large, JAN STEPNIAK, is on tour this weekend and will have photographs from both The Upper Canada Village Car Show and The Rideau Ferry Regatta so if you need something to do this Sunny Sunday hop in the car and check them out.   Car Show L I N K If […]