Pastor Tom Newton Says God Defeated Stephen Harper – LETTER TO THE EDITOR Oct. 20, 2015

Pastor Tom Newton Says God Defeated Stephen Harper – LETTER TO THE EDITOR Oct. 20, 2015

  Commentary on the 2015 elections in Canada by Pastor Tom Newton – Prime Minister Harper was not defeated because his opponent was a better man. Justin Trudeau is not at all the better man as it pertains to knowledge and experience when it comes to running a country, by far. And looking at what […]

Dave Windsor of Cornwall Ontario Wants Keystone Pipeline – Letter to the Editor AUG 12, 2015

Dave Windsor of Cornwall Ontario Wants Keystone Pipeline – Letter to the Editor AUG 12, 2015

Letter to the Editor Keystone Must Be Approved The Keystone project, MUST go forward for North America’s Sake.  This may seem simplistic, yet Ultra important to all our economies. Here is why: Dependency on oils of Asian and Arabic extraction in the Far East have caused virtually ALL the wars between the USA and all other […]

Dave Windsor of Cornwall Ontario SUMMER Driving Warning LTE July 28, 2015

Letter to the Editor Every year from time to time, we hear or read about traffic warnings.  They can be about snowmobiles or all terrains in Winter and in summer, about motorcycles, bicycles or skateboards….in all cases, it’s the rider who is at risk.  Let’s say the aver4age vehicle weight is approx.  3,000 to 5.000 […]

Letter to the Editor Our Volunteers, Our Community by Ruth Mackenzie Ontario Trillium Foundation – April 13, 2015

Letter to the Editor Our Volunteers, Our Community by Ruth Mackenzie  Ontario Trillium Foundation – April 13, 2015

Volunteers are leading social change and impacting communities around the world. Every year during National Volunteer Week, we have the opportunity to celebrate their efforts and contributions. This year, during National Volunteer Week, taking place between April 12-18, let’s shine the light on the hard work and dedication of all the volunteers who are making […]

TAG Cornwall President Wyatt Walsh Letter to the Editor – MARCH 18, 2015

TAG Cornwall President Wyatt Walsh Letter to the Editor – MARCH 18, 2015

Dear Editor, It was suggested at the Budget Committee session that TAG was not a stable organization or that there were questions about its future?. TAG Cornwall has been around over thirty years, over twenty in the same location. While it has endured criticism, as all organizations have at one point or another; it has […]

Cornwall Ontario Councilor Mark A MacDonald on CAG Pledge – Letter to the Editor 28/12/14

Cornwall Ontario Councilor Mark A MacDonald on CAG Pledge – Letter to the Editor 28/12/14

The new year brings high expectations and great challenges for the new council.  Dealing with the budget is going to be our biggest challenge The main thrust of the election CAG pledge that was signed by 22 candidates, focused on the fact that taxes are 1/3 less in the counties.  In order for Cornwall to […]

Letter To the Editor on Why I Should Vote by Council Candidate Mike O’Neill

Letter To the Editor on Why I Should Vote by Council Candidate Mike O’Neill

Dear Editor, Why should I vote? I’m just one person and my vote won’t change a thing. The same people get elected by the same voters and nothing really ever changes. Even if new people get elected the results are still the same. I have heard this many times before and I`ve even thought that […]

Letter to the Editor: South Stormont Candidates Boycott Constituents Oct 9, 2014

Letter to the Editor: South Stormont Candidates Boycott Constituents Oct 9, 2014

The South Stormont News organized a Debate for Tuesday October 7, 2014 at The Long Sault Marina Restaurant, unfortunately the organizer Mr. Jamie Gilcig developed a sudden medical condition and the event morphed into a Town Hall style meeting. A near packed house of South Stormont residents attended and although they thoroughly enjoyed the comradery, […]

Letter to the Editor – Jack White on Council Raises in Cornwall Ontario

Letter to the Editor – Jack White on Council Raises in Cornwall Ontario

Dear Editor We have to thank MR.’s Kilger, Carr, Gardiner, Grant, and MacDonald, for taking that very difficult decision to vote to increase the Mayor’s and Councillors’ salaries by up to 40%, in order to attract more qualified candidates.  However, now that we have attracted these more qualified candidates they certainly are not demonstrating much […]