LTE Jack White of Toronto Asks if Taxpayers Harbouring Refugee Criminals MARCH 13, 2017

LTE  Jack White of Toronto Asks if Taxpayers Harbouring Refugee Criminals MARCH 13, 2017

Dear Editor People who pose such a threat to the safety of Canadians, that upon extensive reviews  have their refugee request denied, or, have such a checkered background, that they will not qualify, and as such, chose not to apply. Now given Canada’s most open and generous policies toward refugee claimants, that we even identify those illegally crossing […]

Dancing with the Liberal Insider Marijuana Czars by Roy Berger MARCH 12, 2017

Dancing with the Liberal Insider Marijuana Czars by Roy Berger MARCH 12, 2017

  OTTAWA ONTARIO – How many Prime Ministers can dance on the head of a pin while the marijuana money rolls in?   In the bright shadows of the Le Dain Commission and the Senate Commission Young Liberals resurrected the Liberal Party during the last election and part of the deal was marijuana legalization and […]

Marc & Jodie Emery Doth Protest Too Much Methinks by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 12, 2017

Marc & Jodie Emery Doth Protest Too Much Methinks by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 12, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – Marc Emery has led an interesting crusade in the name of making Marijuana legal and accessible to Canadians. He, his wife Jodie, and his supporters,  along with others in the mostly BC led industry deserve thanks from all Canadians who think it’s insane for marijuana to be prohibited while tobacco and alcohol can […]

Sunshine List Darren Dalgleish Lawyers UP – Is he still CEO of St. Lawrence Parks? MARCH 9, 2017

Sunshine List Darren Dalgleish Lawyers UP – Is he still CEO of St. Lawrence Parks?  MARCH 9, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – Darren Dalgleish has lawyered up.    The we’re not sure what, or if he’s still with,  the St.Lawrence Parks Commission poobah,  was allegedly reported to have been escorted from the premises and turfed which has resulted in Cornwall Newswatch’s Bill Kingston and other media outlets to be served after reporting such. CKWS […]

North Dundas Conservative Mayor Eric Duncan Comes Out of the Closet MARCH 8, 2017

North Dundas Conservative Mayor Eric Duncan Comes Out of the Closet MARCH 8, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – In 2014 I asked if politicians should still be in the closet.   Today, in 2017, rising conservative star and North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan surprised very few people by coming out.  He came out on of all places Linked in.  He didn’t issue a press release; at least we didn’t get […]

Erin Merkley LTE to UCDSB Closure of Benson Public School MARCH 7, 2017

Erin Merkley LTE to UCDSB Closure of Benson Public School MARCH 7, 2017

March 6, 2017 Board of Trustees Upper Canada District School Board   Dear Board of Trustees: RE: Pupil Accommodation Review, Proposed Closure of Benson Public School Please don’t let this happen. NOW is the time for you to take the opportunity and represent the needs and best interests of the people who elected you. Please […]

Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe to Develop 140 Acre Hogansburg Triangle Land MARCH 6, 2017

Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe to Develop 140 Acre Hogansburg Triangle Land MARCH 6, 2017

Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Submits 140-Acre Land In Trust Application Community Development a Tribal Priority AKWESASNE —  In step with the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s strategic planning, community development is at the forefront of Tribal Council’s actions. On March 1, 2017, the Tribal Council submitted its third land to trust application to the Bureau of […]

Cornwall Drops Seniors Abba Noise Citation Case After Running Up Legal Bill MARCH 3, 2017

Cornwall Drops Seniors Abba Noise Citation Case After Running Up Legal Bill MARCH 3, 2017

Cornwall Ontario –  The City of Cornwall instructed their high priced Ottawa legal reps at BLG to drop the case against Doug & Rachelle Raymond over the excessive noise citation given to the seniors for playing a Friday night card game in their backyard where they would listen to some 70’s background music. The city […]

Horwath Zaps Wynne Over Hydro as Election Drums Beat by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 2, 2017

Horwath Zaps Wynne Over Hydro as Election Drums Beat by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 2, 2017

CORNWALL ONTARIO – Hydro will be THE election issue in Ontario.   With Premier Wynne fighting for her political life she’s blinked first and reacted to the NDP’s strong first blow. The day after leader Andrea Horwath outlined plans to even out the playing field hydro wise, Ms Wynne announced sweeping hydro cuts which reek […]

Josh Frappier Wants to Rename the Civic Complex in Honour of Bob Turner LTE March 2, 2017

Josh Frappier Wants to Rename the Civic Complex in Honour of Bob Turner LTE March 2, 2017

Michael’s Right! Let’s Honour Bob Turner!   Michael Labelle’s wonderful February 15 letter inspired me to do a little bit more research into Bob Turner, his legacy, and the (typically pathetic) steps that Cornwall’s municipal government has taken to honour the man subsequent to the city’s having torn down the Bob Turner Memorial Centre on […]

Manon Levesque Finally Becomes Clerk of Cornwall Ontario – FEB 28, 2017

Manon Levesque Finally Becomes Clerk of Cornwall Ontario – FEB 28, 2017

City of Cornwall appoints Manon Levesque as City Clerk The City of Cornwall is pleased to announce that Manon Levesque has been appointed City Clerk effectively immediately. As City Clerk, Ms. Levesque will be responsible for overseeing staff and activities in the City Clerk’s Department. This includes providing support to City Council and City Council […]

Have Cornwall Community Police Solved All Crime – Is it Time to Amalgamate by Jamie Gilcig – FEB 28, 2017

Have Cornwall Community Police Solved All Crime – Is it Time to Amalgamate by Jamie Gilcig – FEB 28, 2017

CORNWALL ONTARIO – As I write this the CCPS have not reported any crime since February 23.  That’s five days.   It’s a bit bewildering considering their budget? The United Counties of SD&G with about 50% more population, and far larger area to cover including CCPS Chief Dan Parkinson’s home outside of the City, had […]

Conrad Black: Only Muslims Can Attract Collective Admiration from Non-Muslims FEB 24, 2017

Conrad Black:  Only Muslims Can Attract Collective Admiration from Non-Muslims FEB 24, 2017

Toronto ON – There are several problems with the House of Commons private members’ motion 103 on “systemic racism and religious discrimination.” It is based on the assertion that there is a “need to quell” an “increasing public climate of hate and fear” and, implicitly, that the Parliament of Canada has the ability to “quell” […]

St. Jo’s & L’Heritage Head Drop in Fraser Sec School Rankings in Cornwall FEB 23, 2017

St. Jo’s & L’Heritage Head Drop in Fraser Sec School Rankings in Cornwall FEB 23, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – I was always taught that if you’re going to do something, do it right.  If the goal of Cornwall educators has been to fail they clearly are living up to it during the past school season when all six secondary schools in the Fraser Institute’s yearly rankings fell back from their five […]

Princess of Pot Jodie Emery on Parliament Hill – Stop Marijuana Arrests. By Roy Berger FEB 24, 2017

Princess of Pot Jodie Emery on Parliament Hill – Stop Marijuana Arrests.  By Roy Berger FEB 24, 2017

Ottawa Ontario – Jodie Emery, the CEO of Cannabis Culture, was in Ottawa yesterday, Feb. 22. She took to the steps of Parliament Hill to protest the arrest of marijuana users. Her message to Justin Trudeau was to, “Stop the arrests.”  Jodie Emery said, “There have been more raids and arrests under Trudeau than under […]

Cornwall to Spend $10K+ to Fight Seniors Abba Noise Citation As Taxes Rise FEB 21, 2017

Cornwall to Spend $10K+ to Fight Seniors Abba Noise Citation As Taxes Rise FEB 21, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – Is it any wonder why taxes are out of CONTROL in Cornwall Ontario as the City is set to face off in court against the Raymond’s over their disputing a noise citation for listening to bands like Abba and April Wine while playing cards. As per our earlier stories.   LINK The […]

Cornwall Legion Confirms Arthur Murray Resignation by Jamie Gilcig FEB 21, 2017

Cornwall Legion Confirms Arthur Murray Resignation by Jamie Gilcig FEB 21, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – CFN has confirmed that the Cornwall Legion’s 1st VP, Arthur Murray, has resigned.    They will be resolving the position at their next meeting on March 8th. President Linda Fisher stated that the Legion only learned of Mr. Murray’s situation after the story broke in the media. She also stated that he […]