Labrador MP Todd Russell Shoots the Messenger – Guy Lauzon feathered by MP Mark Holland over Seaway International Bridge Crisis – Cornwall Ontario – November 4, 2009

Labrador MP Todd Russell Shoots the Messenger – Guy Lauzon feathered by MP Mark Holland over Seaway International Bridge Crisis – Cornwall Ontario – November 4, 2009

Liberal MP Todd Russell; Critic for Aboriginal Affairs and Mark Holland Liberal MP for Pickering-Ajax; Critic for Public Safety and National Security, toured Akwesasne and met with MCA Chief Mike Mitchell today. “It’s the fault of the Government” httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJvRkXPNNu4 They met with local press after before zipping back to Ottawa for a private members vote.   […]

What we’ll be covering this week – H1N1, The Regional Airport, ARTpreneur – November 2, 2009 – Cornwall Ontario

What we’ll be covering this week – H1N1, The Regional Airport, ARTpreneur – November 2, 2009 – Cornwall Ontario

The hot stories we’ll be covering this week will be plans for Walmart in Cornwall.   Will they be expanding on their current site or are they still looking for new digs? The Regional Airport – Councilor Syd Gardiner is angry that Guy Lauzon is dropping the ball with expansion plans that can bring good paying […]

“No Evidence of Any Progress to Resolve the Current Situation” Cornwall Ontario Mayor Bob Kilger Suggests Mediation to Resolve Seaway Bridge Crisis – October 30, 2009

“No Evidence of Any Progress to Resolve the Current Situation”  Cornwall Ontario Mayor Bob Kilger Suggests Mediation to Resolve Seaway Bridge Crisis – October 30, 2009

Cornwall Ontario –  Bob Kilger, the Mayor of Cornwall Ontario, stepped up to the plate and showed some leadership in this crisis today by sending a letter to Luc Portelance Executive Vice-President of  the CBSA and Grand Chief Mike Mitchell of Akwesasne.    It was cc’d to Minister Peter Van Loan suggesting that Mediation be used […]

Andrea Horwath In Cornwall for NDP Riding Association Fundraiser – November 29, 2009 – CORNWALL ONTARIO

Andrea Horwath In Cornwall for NDP Riding Association Fundraiser – November 29, 2009 – CORNWALL ONTARIO

Local Provincial NDP Riding Association to Hold Fundraiser Wine & Cheese With Andrea Horwath as Special Guest Brian Lynch, President of SDSG Provincial NDP Riding Association, has announced that the local provincial NDP riding association will be holding a fundraiser Wine & Cheese on Sunday November 29 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the […]

Guy Lauzon: “I’m just the messenger” That’s the Problem – Editorial – October 28, 2009 – Cornwall Ontario

“I’m just the messenger” That’s the problem with our MP and why the Seaway International Bridge Crisis is still lingering on and hurting our riding during a recession. Mr. Lauzon seems to have lost his path; if he ever was on the path; that he has been elected by the citizens of this riding to […]

Cornwall Chamber of Commerce Speaks Out to Minister Van Loan regarding Seaway International Bridge CRISIS – Cornwall Ontario – Akwesasne – October 27, 2009

Cornwall Chamber of Commerce Speaks Out to Minister Van Loan regarding Seaway International Bridge CRISIS – Cornwall Ontario – Akwesasne – October 27, 2009

It’s about time.   While my expectations of the Harper Government are low; based on their actions (lack thereof to date)  It’s good to see Cornwall speaking out for itself.  Kudos to Mr. Armstrong and the Chamber. L I N K “October 27, 2009 The Hon. Peter Van Loan Minister of Public Safety House of Commons […]

Cornwall City Council – Truck Bans, Arts Council, Swine Flu, Spirit of the City, Medical Scholarship – Cornwall Ontario – October 26, 2009

Cornwall City Council – Truck Bans, Arts Council, Swine Flu, Spirit of the City, Medical Scholarship – Cornwall Ontario – October 26, 2009

Short meeting at city hall last night as Council wasn’t in the mood to fight after Mayor Bob Kilger’s message of condolence to the family of Vanetia Warner who passed away from H1N1 this past weekend.   L I N K Cornwall is reeling from the impact of losing the first victim this season and a […]

City Council Safe – No reduction of size – No return to Ward system – Now who’s going to rerun? CORNWALL ONTARIO

City Council Safe – No reduction of size – No return to Ward system – Now who’s going to rerun? CORNWALL ONTARIO

L I NK – Kevin Lajoie reports for the Freeholder; “During a strategic planning session Friday, city council all but formally rejected the possibility of setting up a ward system, and they also poured cold water on the idea of reducing their own ranks. On the whole, the majority of councillors seemed pleased with the […]

Mayor Kilger frets over Cities Image – Youth Not Happy – No Dollars for Arts in Cornwall – Bridge Crisis still ongoing – Cornwall Ontario – Tourism

Mayor Kilger frets over Cities Image – Youth Not Happy – No Dollars for Arts in Cornwall – Bridge Crisis still ongoing – Cornwall Ontario – Tourism

Wow, that’s a mouthful.   L I N K “Kilger didn’t completely rule out the prospect of taking on additional projects such as a new arts centre — an idea which has been floating around for some time — however he cautioned that the city’s financial picture will have to be kept in mind. “We’re […]

People’s Fire Video – www.awkwesasnepeoplesfire.com – UPDATE

People’s Fire Video – www.awkwesasnepeoplesfire.com – UPDATE

This video was just posted on http://www.akwesasnepeoplesfire.com/ which is a website with a unique insight into the goings on at the tent in Akwesasne.   There’s so much spin out there and so much that hasn’t been covered.  It’s good to see the perspective from those at the center of the storm. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQQNz0FKCKI&feature=player_embedded I think […]

So why does Cornwall want Fewer City Councilors? Who gains and what are the impact of such a possibility? CORNWALL ONTARIO

So why does Cornwall want Fewer City Councilors?  Who gains and what are the impact of such a possibility?  CORNWALL ONTARIO

A tiny item snuck through this week’s city council meeting in Cornwall.    I love how council defers tough issues to city management for assessment and reports.  Usually it’s done so with the tacit goal of management coming back with justification with council’s desire. So is this concept of reducing city council about power?  Right now […]

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