CFIA Recall METRO Rainbow Sorbet DEC 10, 2016

CFIA Recall METRO Rainbow Sorbet  DEC 10, 2016

Food Recall Warning (Allergen) – Selection brand Rainbow Sorbet recalled due to undeclared milk Recall date: December 9, 2016 Reason for recall: Allergen – Milk Hazard classification: Class 1 Company / Firm: Metro Inc. Distribution: Ontario, Quebec Extent of the distribution: Retail Contents Recall details Recalled products What you should do Background Illnesses More information […]

Will Kathleen Wynne Pull A McGuinty Over Hydro Rates? by Jamie Gilcig NOV 20, 2016

Will Kathleen Wynne Pull A McGuinty Over Hydro Rates?  by Jamie Gilcig NOV 20, 2016

Cornwall Ontario – According to media reports, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is suggesting that high hydro rates that are crippling Ontario are in fact her fault. Under the guise of caring for the environment,  coal (even though there are new technologies that reduce carbon and pollution)  was phased out in favour of Wind and Solar […]

OPP Release Reward Offer $50K for Assistance in Jaimee Lee Miller Homicide OCT 7, 2016

OPP Release Reward Offer $50K for Assistance in Jaimee Lee Miller Homicide  OCT 7, 2016

Ontario Provincial Police News Portal OPP Media Release Corporate Communications GHQ REWARD OFFERED IN HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION – Police Seek Public Assistance – Reward Authorized 2016-10-07 FROM/DE: Corporate Communications                             DATE:  October 7, 2016REWARD OFFERED IN HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION Police Seek Public Assistance – Reward Authorized (ORILLIA, ON) – The Government of the Province of Ontario is […]

Naloxone Opiod OD Drug Now Available Without A Prescription in Ontario Pharmacies June 29, 2016

Naloxone Opiod OD Drug Now Available Without A Prescription in Ontario Pharmacies June 29, 2016

Following a decision by the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities’ (NAPRA), Ontario is making naloxone available in pharmacies across the province without a prescription and at no cost to eligible Ontarians to help reduce opioid overdoses across the province. On June 24, 2016, NAPRA reclassified naloxone as a Schedule II drug when used in […]

Letter to the Editor – Hydro at Any Cost by Ross Ayotte of Smiths Falls APRIL 19, 2016

Letter to the Editor – Hydro at Any Cost by Ross Ayotte of Smiths Falls APRIL 19, 2016

Letter to the editor  Hydro at any cost in Ontari_owe: . Approximately 25 OPG workers are still employed  at the closed coal Lambton station to preserve its idled condition for possible future conversion how many other closed coal plants employ people to do very little. The  Atikokan converted biomass plant  operates at less than 10 […]

ALERT Beatrice Chocolate Milk RECALL in Ontario & Quebec MARCH 13, 2016

ALERT Beatrice Chocolate Milk RECALL in Ontario & Quebec MARCH 13, 2016

Beatrice brand Chocolate Partly Skimmed Milk 1% M.F. recalled due to presence of sanitizer. Starting date: March 11, 2016 Type of communication: Recall Alert sub-type: Notification Subcategory: Chemical Hazard classification: Class 3 Source of recall: Canadian Food Inspection Agency Recalling firm: Parmalat Canada Inc. Distribution: Ontario, Quebec Extent of the product distribution: Retail CFIA reference […]

Can Patrick Brown Really Change the Culture of the PC Party in Ontario? by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 7, 2016

Can Patrick Brown Really Change the Culture of the PC Party in Ontario? by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 7, 2016

As many regular CFN viewers know I am “Hyper Non Partisan” politically.  I decided, after dealing with politicians here on CFN that I could no longer support Partisan Politics. It made no sense from a personal view point.    Yes, belonging to a group could be a good thing, but it also can be an […]

Kathleen Wynne Creating Another Layer of Tobacco Enforcement in Ontario JAN 25, 2016

Kathleen Wynne Creating Another Layer of Tobacco Enforcement in Ontario JAN 25, 2016

  Province Strengthening Enforcement and Collaboration Ontario is taking action to combat contraband tobacco and keep our communities safe by creating a new Contraband Tobacco Enforcement Team within the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Located within the OPP’s Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, the new team will be dedicated to investigating the smuggling and trafficking of contraband […]

St. Mary’s Hospital Death in Montreal After Patient Refused Emergency Surgery JAN 20, 2016

St. Mary’s Hospital Death in Montreal After Patient Refused Emergency Surgery JAN 20, 2016

Financial challenges are nothing new to health care in Quebec or anywhere else in Canada.   The province has created many private health services, but when you’re sick you expect to be treated when you enter a hospital, especially in emergency or crisis situations. A patient at St. Mary’s died because the only chance they […]

Bluewater Power Fined $12K for 2012 Worker Death in Sarnia Ontario – MAY 26, 2015

Bluewater Power Fined $12K for 2012 Worker Death in Sarnia Ontario – MAY 26, 2015

Bluewater Power Distribution Corporation, the utility providing electricity distribution and related services in the Sarnia-Lambton area, has been fined $120,000 in the 2012 death of a worker who was performing repair work following the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The worker was one of two who had been assigned post-storm repair work on Passingham Drive in […]

Letter to the Editor Our Volunteers, Our Community by Ruth Mackenzie Ontario Trillium Foundation – April 13, 2015

Letter to the Editor Our Volunteers, Our Community by Ruth Mackenzie  Ontario Trillium Foundation – April 13, 2015

Volunteers are leading social change and impacting communities around the world. Every year during National Volunteer Week, we have the opportunity to celebrate their efforts and contributions. This year, during National Volunteer Week, taking place between April 12-18, let’s shine the light on the hard work and dedication of all the volunteers who are making […]

What is the Friendliest City in Canada to Live In by Jamie Gilcig – JAN 16, 2015 #FCICANADA

What is the Friendliest City in Canada to Live In by Jamie Gilcig – JAN 16, 2015 #FCICANADA

CORNWALL Ontario – What is the most friendly city in Canada?  I don’t mean to tourists, but to each other as residents?  What is the best place to live? What is the best place to raise a family or retire?  Or start a business? I thought I’d found a pretty great place here in Cornwall […]

PLEASE SIGN our Petition to the Attorney General of Ontario to have the wrongful charges dropped against Jamie Gilcig and Investigate the event fully.

PLEASE SIGN our Petition to the Attorney General of Ontario to have the wrongful charges dropped against Jamie Gilcig and Investigate the event fully.

It’s very rare that I appeal to the community and there are some that will suggest that this appeal is strictly for myself; maybe for selfish reasons, but it’s certainly not meant to be treated. On February 7th my life changed.  I had gone to court to try and collect from a client.  There was […]

Letter to the Editor on Electricity In Ontario by William Hopkinson of Cornwall

Letter to the Editor on Electricity In Ontario by William Hopkinson of Cornwall

Hydro One has to be stopped.   With the recent announcement that the Ontario Hydro debt retirement charge will be taken off hydro bills in 2016 they seem to be buttering up the Ontario voter and taxpayer.  That debt was actually paid off in 2010.  Thankfully, in Cornwall we are not subject to the Ontario Hydro […]