Andre Rivette Throws his Support & Endorses Leslie O’Shaughnessy for Mayor in Cornwall Ontario

Andre Rivette Throws his Support & Endorses Leslie O’Shaughnessy for Mayor in Cornwall Ontario

(Andre Rivette seated and chatting with candidate Mark A MacDonald) CORNWALL Ontario – In a surprising announcement long time veteran councilor Andre Rivette came out in support of Leslie O’Shaughnessy over incumbent Bob Kilger and rookie mayoralty candidate Jamie Gilcig Friday night at a capacity room in the Ramada. Mr. Rivette gave his endorsement after […]

Did Cornwall Mayor Bob Kilger Cheat on His Campaign Expenses in 2010 Election?

Did Cornwall Mayor Bob Kilger Cheat on His Campaign Expenses in 2010 Election?

CORNWALL Ontario – Did Bob Kilger get away with cheating on his campaign expenses in the last election?   We queried Ms Helen Finn, Clerk of the City of Cornwall, who is in charge of the election, after Gilles Latour of Latour Wealth Management was arrested for fraud. Mayor Kilger was quoted  after Mr. Latour’s […]

Whistle Blower Diane Shay Drops Bomb On City of Cornwall In Time for Election – Sept 16, 2014

Whistle Blower Diane Shay Drops Bomb On City of Cornwall In Time for Election – Sept 16, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – Whistleblower and former Glen Stor Dun Lodge manager Diane Shay has issued a press release regarding her ordeal vs the city. Excerpt of court documents.  Ms Shay’s text of incident. Excerpt 2 – Ms Shay being “disciplined” excerpt 3 – a summation of what ocurred excerpt – While charges against Robert Menagh […]

It’s Time For Bob Kilger to Stop Hiding & Tell the Truth – Election Ad

It’s Time For Bob Kilger to Stop Hiding & Tell the Truth – Election Ad

Bob Kilger is hiding. He refuses to answer questions.  He refuses to tell the truth. Refusing to answer if he wrote a letter on behalf of fraud artist Neil Shah Refuses to answer about why he lied about the Chem tanks on our waterfront. Refuses to answer about the protest signs that were held in […]

The Port Struggles As Fire Officer Invades Concert – Permit Woes in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig POLL

The Port Struggles As Fire Officer Invades Concert – Permit Woes in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig POLL

CORNWALL Ontario – I was at the Port theatre last night.    It’s an original Roxy theatre that has struggled mightily to survive as it approaches its 75th anniversary. They are still fund raising to add digital projection; but since the Sylvain family have bought it have cleaned it up and essentially saved it. Larry […]

I announce I’m IN TO WIN in 2014. Clarify Rumors & Police Announcement – August 5, 2014

I announce I’m  IN TO WIN in 2014.   Clarify Rumors & Police Announcement – August 5, 2014

Last week I sent out press releases to area media.  It invited members of the press to attend my conference in front of City Hall. Only one outlet showed up and I gave out my information and was asked some good questions as the reporter is one of our better ones in this city. One […]

Yes, the Hospital Owes Us Answers – 2014 Election Blog Jamie Gilcig

Yes, the Hospital Owes Us Answers – 2014 Election Blog Jamie Gilcig

Council debated an injunction regarding the loss of Eorla lab positions at our hospital.   It’s an interesting debate; but sadly missing a key element and partner; and that’s the hospital itself. One of the things I’ve discovered is the thickness of layering of relationships politically in Cornwall.   It’s not healthy and leads to […]

Clearing Up Some Lies & Mistruths in Cornwall Ontario Regarding CFN & Myself by Jamie Gilcig – March 28, 2014

Clearing Up Some Lies & Mistruths in Cornwall Ontario Regarding CFN & Myself by Jamie Gilcig – March 28, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – There’s a lot of misinformation about myself and CFN out in the community and I thought I’d take this opportunity to clear some of it up. When I first moved here my first job was with our local Habitat for Humanity outlet as their marketing manager.  It was a total blast and […]

Sitting Naked in a Tent Hooked to a Rice Cooker Can be Deep by Jamie Gilcig

CFN – So I was sitting naked inside of my steam tent wondering, nay, pondering life.   It didn’t really work; the tiny chair was out of the question; the stool I had was too tall; I just sat in the tent waiting for the heating unit to pump glorious steam into my little cocoon, […]

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