Jamie Gilcig Election Blog – My Three Core Truths For Cornwall

Jamie Gilcig Election Blog – My Three Core Truths For Cornwall

Taxes, taxes, taxes!    The next election will have a lot of chafe and mayhem; but the bottom line will be about taxes. Under Bob Kilger taxes have gone up insanely now for eight years; mostly to cover the costs of scandals, poor management and a lack of vision, and to essentially not only keep […]

Gilcig Election Blog – I Pull My Pillar of Switching to the OPP After the OPPA Political Ad

Gilcig Election Blog – I Pull My Pillar of Switching to the OPP After the OPPA Political Ad

We live in a world that has become far too politicized.   And I’m writing this in my election blog! Early this week the OPPA decided to loudly get into the election fray by commissioning and buying advertising to run an attack ad against Tim Hudak. Now most CFN viewers know  I’m no fan of […]

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 […]

Cornwall Ontario Loses Nearly 200 More Manufacturing Jobs – Jamie Gilcig Election Blog

Cornwall Ontario Loses Nearly 200 More Manufacturing Jobs – Jamie Gilcig Election Blog

CORNWALL Ontario – Canlyte is flipping the switch off here in Cornwall Ontario.  That would be nearly 200 manufacturing and support jobs lost and they join the hundreds lost recently in the call centre segment of our employment map. The announcement, or admission as it was leaking all over Social Media as upset employees started […]

Changing Our Culture & 3 Political Events Saturday – Election Blog by Jamie Gilcig

Changing Our Culture & 3 Political Events Saturday – Election Blog by Jamie Gilcig

Saturday was an interesting day politically here in Cornwall Ontario.   As I stated at the bottom of my election banner on the left,  I feel we have to change the culture of our city. Yesterday three political events took place. First was the Provincial Liberal leadership nomination which was essentially a clique love in. […]