Ontario Kicks in $100K French Legal Dev Centre in Ottawa JUNE 16, 2017

Ontario Kicks in $100K French Legal Dev Centre in Ottawa  JUNE 16, 2017

Ontario Invests in Province’s First Continuing Professional Development Centre for Francophone Legal Professionals Ontario, in partnership with the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, is improving access to justice in French by establishing the province’s first continuing professional development centre for Francophone legal professionals. The pratiquO pilot project will help Francophone and Francophile justice professionals […]

Ottawa Police Chief Charles Bordeleau on Morgentaler Abortion Clinic Demonstrations APRIL 20, 2017

Ottawa Police Chief Charles Bordeleau on Morgentaler Abortion Clinic Demonstrations APRIL 20, 2017

Statement by Chief Charles Bordeleau | Morgentaler Clinic Demonstrations The Ottawa Police Service monitors and responds to hundreds of events, demonstrations and protests in the National Capital Region on an annual basis.  Each of these events has its own unique challenges, and it is our role to keep the peace and ensure a safe and […]

Dana Larsen Gave Away Marijuana Seeds In Ottawa, so there! by Roy Berger MARCH 31, 2017

Dana Larsen Gave Away Marijuana Seeds In Ottawa, so there! by Roy Berger MARCH 31, 2017

  OTTAWA ONTARIO –   Dana Larsen is from Vancouver, owns two marijuana dispensaries, is the author of four books and a prior editor of Cannabis Culture Magazine. He is on a multi-city Canadian tour with a mission to discuss marijuana in terms of it’s history, legislation, adherents and critics. At the same time, he […]

BREAKING – Brock Frost Charity Page Gone from GOFUNDME Nov 8, 2016

BREAKING – Brock Frost Charity Page Gone from GOFUNDME Nov 8, 2016

Cornwall Ontario –   CFN has learned from a viewer that disgraced former City Councilor Robert Brock Frost’s gofundme page for his new “Charity” to raise cash for Brock’s love of travelling  Haiti storm recovery is no more. Frost had previously pled guilty after being charged with fraud and forgery over his exploits as owner […]

Will Ottawa Designate William Wilfred Campbell’s Home a Heritage Site by Roy Berger APRIL 29, 2016

Will Ottawa Designate William Wilfred Campbell’s Home a Heritage Site by Roy Berger APRIL 29, 2016

Ottawa is considering making the home of William Wilfred Campbell a Heritage site. The Canadian poet born 1860, died 1918 was a Confederation era poet who lived in Victorian times. The decision to label the site impacts on its selling price. Located at 21 Withrow Avenue the city has yet to decide. Campbell may have […]

Ottawa Police Chief Bordeleau Pens Open Letter to City Over Murders & Drug Trade MARCH 14, 2016

Ottawa Police Chief Bordeleau Pens Open Letter to City Over Murders & Drug Trade MARCH 14, 2016

Open Letter to residents from Ottawa Police Chief Charles Bordeleau The violence that has resulted in the murder of five young men in 2016 is a heartbreaking cause for concern for our entire community. It has left families grieving and a community searching for answers on how to prevent these crimes. The individuals responsible for […]