Canadian voters don’t turn out for By-Elections. 32.4% highest turnout of 3 votes. What do you think Canada? – November 30, 2010

Canadian voters don’t turn out for By-Elections.  32.4% highest turnout of 3 votes.   What do you think Canada? – November 30, 2010

Cornwall ON – Low voter turnout was the story of the 3 by Federal by-elections held Monday November 29th. While the actual winning candidates may be what many of us in the media are talking about; it’s the voter turnout or lack thereof that is the story. Canadians across the board seem less and less […]

It’s not easy being Green by Jason Setnyk – November 25, 2010 – Cornwall Ontario

It’s not easy being Green by Jason Setnyk – November 25, 2010 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – “Today, we pay tribute to the many Canadians who have made the ultimate sacrifice so that we may live in a country free from tyranny and governed by freedom, democracy and justice.” Those were the words of Prime Minister Steven Harper a few weeks ago on Remembrance Day. It’s a shame Harper’s […]

Cornwall Ontario’s Glass is More Than Half Full – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – November 16, 2010 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall Ontario’s Glass is More Than Half Full – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – November 16, 2010 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Skippy comes home from school.  It was a very busy Grade 1 arts class and Skippy presents his parents with a picture.  They gush, they guffaw; they place it with honour on the fridge and brag about it to all of their friends. I live in Cornwall Ontario.   I moved here […]

Yes, Maybe, Butterscotch is better than Skunk everyday…..Musings from Cornwall Ontario – November 8, 2010

Yes, Maybe, Butterscotch is better than Skunk everyday…..Musings from Cornwall Ontario – November 8, 2010

Cornwall ON – So we were talking about this girl; to this girl, some girl; actually it was a mid 40’ish gent. We were questioning life paths, routes of communication; first impressions, and perceptions.   It’s funny when someone from outside the fishbowl gazes within and makes observations. Being distant doesn’t make them right.  Sometimes […]

Arts & Culture Municipal Debate for Cornwall Ontario – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – Is the Glass Half Full or Half empty? October 21, 2010

Arts & Culture Municipal Debate for Cornwall Ontario – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – Is the Glass Half Full or Half empty?  October 21, 2010

Cornwall ON – An artist posted on facebook last night. Just listened to politicians speak for 2 hours abouts arts and culture so why do I feel like going used car shopping Well first off I want to give kudos the Library for hosting the debate.  It was and is needed.   Arts have been […]

Cornwall Ontario Municipal Election – Musings Down the Home Stretch – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 12, 2010

Cornwall Ontario Municipal Election – Musings Down the Home Stretch – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 12, 2010

Cornwall ON – I can’t paint.  I can’t draw.  I sketch worth crap.    I buy pastels, paints; love their feel and touch, and in those rare secret moments will play with the intense focus of a four year old. Emily Carr WIKI Emily Carr is my favorite Canadian painter.  She was quite a woman, […]

The Cornwall Free News Makes its First Endorsement for City Council – Gary W. Samler – October 7, 2010 – Cornwall Ontario EDITORIAL – VIDEO

The Cornwall Free News Makes its First Endorsement for City Council – Gary W. Samler – October 7, 2010 – Cornwall Ontario EDITORIAL – VIDEO

Cornwall ON – Pat Finnerty tonight proved that when a city spends $150 million plus dollars in a year perhaps pinching on those that make the decisions how to spend those dollars and tax its citizens is penny wise pound foolish. An example if you may.    Imagine a council with poor business skills.   […]

Cornwall Ontario City Councilors should get raises – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 6, 2010

Cornwall Ontario City Councilors should get raises – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 6, 2010

Cornwall ON – So as I’m twisting and turning through the maze of campaign platforms and election issue it’s sparking more and more thought about how a city works; why, and some positives and negatives. Here in Cornwall we pay good people to perform management tasks.  We have a CAO in Paul Fitzpatrick, we have […]

Where is the Vision for the future of Cornwall Ontario? Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 4, 2010

Where is the Vision for the future of Cornwall Ontario?  Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 4, 2010

Cornwall ON – I’m a concerned citizen.    It’s election time here in Cornwall and there are a multitude of issues and I’m not sure many of them are going to get talked about. Yes, we’re doing candidate debates here on the Cornwall Free News & Seawayradio.com, and there are lots of other debates and […]

No Means No. Guy Lauzon and the Harper Government Refuse to Listen to the People of Canada on the Gun Registry – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – Cornwall Ontario – September 27, 2010

No Means No.  Guy Lauzon and the Harper Government Refuse to Listen to the People of Canada on the Gun Registry – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – Cornwall Ontario – September 27, 2010

Cornwall ON – Our MP, Guy Lauzon was on a Cornwall radio station pigeoning the position that the Conservative government will not give up and “some day get rid of the wasteful gun registry.” To you sir I say someday we’ll get rid of the wasteful Harper government and yourself. You and Mr. Harper are […]

Crazed Pastor Terry Jones Wanted to Burn Books in Florida – The World Said No. EDITORIAL by Jamie Gilcig – September 10, 2010

Crazed Pastor Terry Jones Wanted to Burn Books in Florida – The World Said No. EDITORIAL by Jamie Gilcig – September 10, 2010

Cornwall ON – Book burning is bad.  Book reading is good, and sadly in today’s world far too few books are being read.   Imagine how much better we’d all be if we’d just read more books? With the internet and our insane world of course who has time to read a book?  It’s just […]

Cornwall Ontario Parks Going to the Dogs? Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – September 1, 2010

Cornwall Ontario Parks Going to the Dogs?  Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – September 1, 2010

Cornwall ON- Well it looks like Dogs, or in particular the ability for pet owners to walk their dogs in city parks is becoming a municipal election issue. Cornwall City Councilors Bernadette Clement and Glen Grant are championing a test project to allow leashed access to dogs in Lamoureux Park, Cornwall’s signature park and location […]

Is it time to Turn Cornwall Ontario into a Low Tobacco Tax Hot Zone? August 13, 2010 EDITORIAL

Is it time to Turn Cornwall Ontario into a Low Tobacco Tax Hot Zone?  August 13, 2010 EDITORIAL

Cornwall ON – Is it time to turn Cornwall Ontario into a Tax Hot Spot for Cigarettes? We’ve seen the shows on television and know the reputation of Cornwall Ontario and nearby Akwesasne for Cigarette smuggling. The Canadian Government is spending millions of dollars trying to stem the flow of illegal cigarettes, but the results […]

Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – We need to make Governments more accountable for Healthcare – Cornwall Ontario – July 26, 2010

Editorial  by Jamie Gilcig – We need to make Governments more accountable for Healthcare – Cornwall Ontario – July 26, 2010

Cornwall ON – I don’t know why so many people don’t think about our healthcare system until it’s too late.  Either they or someone they love are the victim of the short comings and decline of Medicare. I firmly stand on the opinion that we are not being well served by our service.  It’s not […]

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