Time for Harper MP Guy Lauzon to Not Run Canada Day in Cornwall & City Ad Boycott of Largest Media June 30, 2015

Time for Harper MP Guy Lauzon to Not Run Canada Day in Cornwall & City Ad Boycott of Largest Media  June 30, 2015

Oh Canada!   Tomorrow is July 1st.  Sadly you won’t see CFN participating in our local event that is about to be rained out (bad karma thanks to Guy) as our MP has hijacked Canada Festivities in our city. Canada Day, above all days, should be inclusive and community building.  Sadly our MP runs the […]

Hate Group Members Ruth & South Stormont Council Candidate Richard Currier Lose Record Cost Penalty in Ontario Court by Jamie Gilcig

Hate Group Members Ruth & South Stormont Council Candidate Richard Currier Lose Record Cost Penalty in Ontario Court by Jamie Gilcig

CFN –  Deputy Judge Raymond H Gouin handed down an Ontario record decision of cost against Richard and Ruth Currier of Ingleside Ontario after their Small Claims Case against Jamie Gilcig, editor of CFN, was tossed out of court after a motion to dismiss. Hate Group Leader & Good Friend of Jim Brownell, Kevin Dockery […]

Hypocrites & Scoundrels in Cornwall – Lihou Frost & Almost All of Council by Jamie Gilcig MAY 30, 2015

CORNWALL Ontario – I wrote, over a year ago, that Brock Frost was to Politics what Syphilis was to dating. Oddly enough within 24 hours of posting that on Facebook Mr. Frost dialed me up, asked for a meeting and purchased an ad package for his run for Council. It was truly odd as he’d […]

CFN to Keep Comments Section Open After Standard Freeholder Shuts Local Comments Down – APRIL 29, 2015

CFN to Keep Comments Section Open After Standard Freeholder Shuts Local Comments Down – APRIL 29, 2015

CFN – In a not so surprising move the Standard Freeholder today announced that it would no longer allow comments for local stories. Comments are a huge topic for media.  On the positive they can truly move a story forward and add valuable debate and information.  On the negative they can tend to turn into […]

CFN Numbers UP for 1st Quarter – INSANE Banner Sale to Celebrate Upcoming New Look! APRIL 28, 2015

CFN Numbers UP for 1st Quarter – INSANE Banner Sale to Celebrate Upcoming New Look!  APRIL 28, 2015

CFN – The bigger you are the harder it is to keep the numbers rolling, but that’s exactly what has happened as CFN has jumped up over 5% from the First Quarter of 2014 to FQ 2015! And we couldn’t have done it with all of our viewers!   A special thanks to each and […]

The Deadbeat, Hurricane Hart, Funny Cops, Frosty the Clown, & the Crowns by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 21, 2015

The Deadbeat, Hurricane Hart, Funny Cops, Frosty the Clown, & the Crowns by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 21, 2015

(photo:facebook) CORNWALL Ontario –  It all started with a settlement hearing at Small Claims court in Cornwall Ontario. Sadly, Mike Bedard of Platinum Pools would not pay his seasonal bill, again.      So CFN was forced to take him to court to try and collect a bill.  This would not be the first time Mr. […]

The $99 Top of CFN Banner Sale To Continue for ALL of 2015! Shop Local Advertise Local CLICK FOR DETAILS.

The $99 Top of CFN Banner Sale To Continue for ALL of 2015! Shop Local Advertise Local  CLICK FOR DETAILS.

The $99 per month  YOUR AD HERE special on CFN will be for all of 2015! That’s right. Space is limited to the three Top of the Site rotating slots which host 24 banners in total. Banners are 300×250 pixels in size, can be animated gifs, and of course are hot linked to your website, […]

January Traffic Up 20% over 2014 as CFN Celebrates our 6th Anniversary – FEB 9, 2015

January Traffic Up 20% over 2014 as CFN Celebrates our 6th Anniversary – FEB 9, 2015

OMG we made it to six!     CFN celebrates our 6th Anniversary today with a special ad deal below. What we really want to celebrate is the amazing support from you, our amazing viewers! In January 2015 CFN had 72,602 Unique Visitors who dropped by CFN 233,505 times and clicked on 1,331,424 pages (does not […]

I Actually Took the Weekend Off by Jamie Gilcig – Deep Thoughts Covered by February Snow

I Actually Took the Weekend Off by Jamie Gilcig – Deep Thoughts Covered by February Snow

CFN – I accidentally took this weekend off.   I  really did.  It was odd.  It was kinda wonderful.  My critters were happy.  My girl friend was happy.   I was even kinda happy, or at least a bit rested. I napped.  I watched Nashville on Netflix.   I chatted with some friends I hadn’t […]

Cornwall City Councilor Robert Brock Frost & Media Outlets SUED! Jan 29, 2015

Cornwall City Councilor Robert Brock Frost & Media Outlets SUED! Jan 29, 2015

CORNWALL Ontario – Embattled former Cornwall River Kings owner and City Councilor was served with not one, but two defamation law suits over press releases he issued against the editor of this newspaper, Jamie Gilcig. Also named as defendants were media outlets, The Seaway News (TC MEDIA) Bill Kingston & Cornwall Newswatch, and The Seeker […]

Kilger Illness Delays CFN T Shirt Trial Against City in Cornwall Ontario – JAN 15, 2015

Kilger Illness Delays CFN T Shirt Trial Against City in Cornwall Ontario – JAN 15, 2015

CFN – The City of Cornwall has asked for a delay of the trial regarding the removal of editor Jamie Gilcig from Council when he didn’t like Mr. Gilcig’s t shirt. The delay, because of the former Mayor’s health issues, should be a few months taking the case past the two year mark to resolve.  Hopefully […]

Tammy Hart & South Stormont Council Retreat on Banning Cameras in Open Council Meetings by Jamie Gilcig

Tammy Hart & South Stormont Council Retreat on Banning Cameras in Open Council Meetings by Jamie Gilcig

CFN – Tammy Hart and her very odd council in South Stormont appear to be in retreat after humiliating the township, again. In an act of truly boggling weirdness she and her council initiated discussion in limiting or eliminating cameras in open council meetings. Ms Hart and friends have an issue with one media outlet […]

The CFN $100,000 Cornwall Challenge for 2015 CLICK FOR DETAILS

The CFN $100,000 Cornwall Challenge for 2015 CLICK FOR DETAILS

CFN represents an interesting cross roads in journalism. Is news different than entertainment? Has the news become too corporate? Are media outlets too afraid to report news for fear of losing clients? Can you trust anything you read if jaundiced by that? Does the public care about important issues? How can they care about important […]