Justin Trudeau Legitimizing the New Anti-Semitism in Canada by Ted Bird FEB 3, 2016

Justin Trudeau Legitimizing the New Anti-Semitism in Canada by Ted Bird FEB 3, 2016

It’s been fully a week since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a Holocaust Remembrance Day statement absent of any specific mention of Jewish suffering in the Holocaust, and the only mainstream media mention of the breathtakingly glaring omission was in the conservative-minded Toronto Sun. . I posted about Trudeau’s whitewashing of Jews from the Holocaust […]

CFN Looking for Contributors – Opinion, News, Sports, Arts & More! CLICK FOR DETAILS

CFN Looking for Contributors – Opinion, News, Sports, Arts & More!  CLICK FOR DETAILS

The Cornwall Free News is looking to share our platform with more writers, photographers, videographers, and artists this year. Do you have a burning passion about a subject or your community? If you want exposure what better place?  If you want a soapbox where your voice will be heard this is the spot for you! […]

Garden Girl is Sick of the Money Sucking Vortex & the Federal Election – OCT 3, 2015

Garden Girl is Sick of the Money Sucking Vortex & the Federal Election – OCT 3, 2015

Apparently Stephen Harper has visited S.,D. & G. and proclaimed that rural Canada should have better internet. The problem is not that we don’t have decent internet, it is that we are expected to pay astronomical amounts for data when our urban friends pay a pittance. Especially when our incomes are compared. In fact, there […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Debate About Debate During BBQ Season MAY 22, 2015

Not the most exciting week in Canadian politics. You know that as soon as you see how much space was taken up in the news over who would attend what leader’s debate. It was interesting to know that Justin Trudeau is already practicing for the October leadership debates. Now what does that say about the […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Where Will the Anti-Harper Vote Go? MAY 18, 2015

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Where Will the Anti-Harper Vote Go? MAY 18, 2015

Quick comments on some of the events and issues of the past week Polling numbers are getting interesting as a three way race is developing. It is always good for democracy when the public is engaged. The question now becomes where will the anti-Harper vote go? With three opposition parties dividing up that vote, it […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Supporting Veterans on VE Day a Good Idea – MAY 4, 2015

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Supporting Veterans on VE Day a Good Idea – MAY 4, 2015

Harper’s visit to Iraq, the Kurds and eventually the Netherlands to join with our vets in celebrating VE-Day was great political theater. It reminded me of the vintage propaganda film footage we see from World War Two where the leader flies in to visit the troops and he is then shown huddled with military officials […]

The Politics of Lying in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig – 26/12/14 #brockfrost #cwlpoli

The Politics of Lying in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig – 26/12/14 #brockfrost #cwlpoli

CFN – I would love to think that my odd little city of Cornwall Ontario is unique, but sadly it isn’t.  Yes, we may be traversing a more dense patch of the strangeness that comes from generations of Mill Mentality bullying and lying; over cover ups and cronyism, but the recent spate of hate, lies, […]

Hoping For A Better Tomorrow for the Cornwall Ontario Area by Garden Girl – Aug 21, 2014

Hoping For A Better Tomorrow for the Cornwall Ontario Area by Garden Girl – Aug 21, 2014

  CFN – Where to start; the political climate in this area is absolutely scary. This does not feel like a community, this feels like a battle between good and evil. I do not believe I need to define who is who, anyone with a functioning brain can see that things are not right around […]

Eric Little LTE believe only half of what you see and nothing that you hear”, and I will add, until you investigate for yourself

Eric Little LTE   believe only half of what you see and nothing that you hear”, and I will add, until you investigate for yourself

Often when reading political documentation, blogs or some media reports, you can sense a bias or an underlying point of view. Since I began following the back and forth of language issues in Canada, there has been at least one constant, our federal official languages commissioner. Through reports, news releases and media reporting, it is […]