CFN 2017 Numbers! 15,345, 911 Human Pageviews UP 13%! CLICK FOR DETAILS!

CFN 2017 Numbers!   15,345, 911 Human Pageviews UP 13%!  CLICK FOR DETAILS!

It’s always amazing to see some local ad choices by businesses in the Cornwall area. The newspaper with the most ads (not necessarily ad dollars) has the least amount of news and least amount of viewers.  We also have seen the demise of two newspapers, le Journal, which again shows that sadly the francophone market […]

Cornwall Nationals Meeting With FHL As Captain Posts “GOODBYE CORNWALL” – 022018

Cornwall Nationals Meeting With FHL As Captain Posts “GOODBYE CORNWALL” – 022018

Cornwall Ontario – CFN confirmed after speaking with Rodney Rivette of the Cornwall Nationals that the team is meeting today with FHL officials to talk about the survival of the team. With attendance shriveling since it lost its promotional contract with this newspaper, the loss of its admired head coach, and now its star player […]

What Credit Card Type is Right for You? 021918

What Credit Card Type is Right for You?  021918

Clients often get lost when choosing the card type. Each person should remember that these are clients’ personal needs that determine the right choice. Today’s financial products offer attractive benefits. They are designed for a specific target. Before issuing a new plastic type, banks research. They learn about consumer needs. They continuously develop new offers. […]

A Cornwall Casino is a Good Idea. By Jamie Gilcig 170218

A Cornwall Casino is a Good Idea.  By Jamie Gilcig 170218

Cornwall Ontario – One wonders what Councilor Mark A MacDonald has done to possibly offend Hugo Rodrigues, Managing editor of the Standard Freeholder? Or maybe it’s simply safe for Hugo to snipe at Mr. MacDonald rather than tackle real issues with meat in them that  might cost the newspaper some ad dollars while pandering to […]

Tipping Point at J&T Japanese Thai in Cornwall Leads to Social Media Frenzy of Hate 021518

Tipping Point at J&T Japanese Thai in Cornwall Leads to Social Media Frenzy of Hate 021518

Cornwall Ontario –   The dirty and unwashed took a local immigrant family to the cleaners on social media after a strange, but sadly, typical restaurant experience. Mix people with difficulty using the language and recent immigrants to our great country who are trying to build a business and you end up with shouting in the […]

Don’t Blow Up Your Home! – Call Walsh Pressure Cleaning Before Buy or Unblock Your Sewer Line! SPECIAL OFFER!

Don’t Blow Up Your Home! – Call Walsh Pressure Cleaning Before Buy or Unblock Your Sewer Line! SPECIAL OFFER!

Walsh Pressure Cleaning  The importance of checking sewer lines is one of the most important steps when purchasing a property. DIAL 613 571 6881 Today!  No corrode sewer lines are essentially treated cardboard that could cost you thousands of dollars to replace.  Tree roots through sewer lines, cracked and broken clay pipes, and just poorly […]

CFN View Donation Subscription Time – Good News Costs $$ Please CLICK the DONATION Button!

CFN View Donation Subscription Time – Good News Costs $$  Please CLICK the DONATION Button!

Cornwall Ontari0 – Good news costs money, and judging by how many viewers we have and how many pages you click on every month we must be doing something right? Right now the City of Cornwall is going through its farcical exercise of a budget.  It’s embarrassing and even in an election year council is […]

Fraser Institute: Unemployment Rate Less Reflective of Labour Market 011618

Fraser Institute: Unemployment Rate Less Reflective of Labour Market 011618

  VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A falling unemployment rate will not necessarily indicate a healthy growing labour market in the future, in part because Canada’s population is getting older and more Canadians are retiring from the workforce, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public […]

Cornwall Tim Hortons Franchise Owner Michelle Matos Responds to CFN Story 010418

Cornwall Tim Hortons Franchise Owner Michelle Matos Responds to CFN Story 010418

Cornwall Ontario – Michelle Matos, one of the franchise owners here in Cornwall wanted to clarify her stores position after our story of yesterday where customers and workers are upset with draconian measure being taken by some outlets after Minimum wages were increased to $14 per hour as of January 1st in Ontario.   LINK Here […]

Calls for Boycotts of Tim Hortons After Penny Grubbing on Employees by Jamie Gilcig 010318

Calls for Boycotts of Tim Hortons After Penny Grubbing on Employees by Jamie Gilcig 010318

Cornwall Ontario – Letters like the one above are being shared locally. Our inbox has been filled by local workers upset at being penalized for issues that they feel they have not contributed to or had no say in. Some employees say that they will actually take home less after the adjustments.   Several said they’re […]

$846,648.46 of Td Cash to Finally Arrive to Hebert Family in Cornwall – 122217

$846,648.46 of Td Cash to Finally Arrive to Hebert Family in Cornwall – 122217

When Dr. Louis Hebert died in 2015 leaving $846,648.46 to each of his three kids, Lorette Taylor, Marie-Louise Marlow & Louis Paul Herbert,  nobody expected the circus that has been the hot mess of the missing money that never arrived at the Cornwall UPS store. 10 months after UPS lost a $846,648.46 inheritance cheque, the bank is finally […]

Ontario to Tighten Pay Day Loans January 1, 2019

Ontario to Tighten Pay Day Loans January 1, 2019

December 19, 2017 Ontario Lowering Rates for Payday Loans and Other Services Ontario is protecting vulnerable consumers by reducing the cost of borrowing and other fees for alternative financial services such as payday loans.Beginning on January 1, 2018: The cap on the cost of borrowing for payday loans will be reduced to $15 per $100 borrowed […]

Fraser Institute Report Points to Canadians Being Scrooges to Charities 121317

Fraser Institute Report Points to Canadians Being Scrooges to Charities 121317

Fraser Institute News Release: Amount Canadians donate to charity at a 10-year low   VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The amount Canadians donate to charities—as a share of their income—has hit a 10-year low and lags far behind the amount Americans give, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan […]

Steven Forrest Makes Large Viewer Donation to CFN – 120717

Steven Forrest Makes Large Viewer Donation to CFN – 120717

Cornwall Ontario – In 2017 news outlets simply are folding under the financial pressures of the industry.   Pressure from an essentially unregulated industry.   Pressure from a digital takeover of media ads via US conglomerates in anti-social media, and simply a loss of two streams of revenue have seen older established newspapers fold or on life […]

New Report Highlights Upward Trajectory of Canadian Organic Markets 120317

New Report Highlights Upward Trajectory of Canadian Organic Markets 120317

Canada’s Flourishing Organic Market Captured in New Report from the Canada Organic Trade Association   OTTAWA,  (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Canada Organic Trade Association released its second comprehensive analysis of Canada’s organic market: The Canadian Organic Market: Trends and Opportunities 2017.  This in-depth publication provides the most up-to-date overview of the Canadian organic market, combining consumer […]