President of Syria Endorses Protesters in Egypt, Or does He? by Markus Noé – January 31, 2011 6/8

Ottawa ON – For decades across the entire Arab world there has been a major class division when it comes to money and power distribution. The recent events in Tunisia and Egypt have officials in the entire Middle East concerned, as fear that this revolution might spread into their countries. Today the President of Syria, […]

New Coldwell Banker Office in Ingleside Ontario pulls in the Heavy Hitters! – January 31, 2011

Ingleside ON – Dave Duprau not only opened his new Coldwell Banker Coburn Realty Brokerage Ingleside,  in Ingleside Ontario; he through a party and had some heavy hitters from the area show up to help cut the ribbon!  Congrats to the newest business in Ingleside! In the picture from the left is the Deputy Mayor of South Stormont Tammy Hart, […]

Stephanie Carpenter of Cornwall Ontario Wants Your Vote to Help Save Stray Cats! – January 31, 2011

Cornwall ON – Stephanie Carpenter wants your help.  Well your vote anyway. She’s trying to win $10,000 to help save and spay Stray Cats. I’m a sucker for animal stories as we impact their lives so much that it’s great to see someone trying to do well by them. I’ll let Stephanie take it from […]

Akwesasne Warriors fall to 1000 Island Privateers 8-4 – January 30, 2011 – Federal Hockey League Scores

Alexandria Bay NY – No fights for Joshua Desmarais today, but the pugilistic 21 year old Montrealer has been turning it on of late including a Hat Trick in the Warriors 8-4 loss to the 1000 Island Privateers. The loss drops the Warriors to only a 46 percentage point lead over the Privateers in the […]

Why Brian Burke and the Toronto Maple Leafs are Screwed – Commentary by Jamie Gilcig – January 30, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – No confusion with the title of this piece, huh?    Yes, Brian Burke and the Leaf Nation are pretty much screwed. The days of reloading a team the way Montreal did two years ago are pretty much over and the success of Montreal’s signings are still under consideration.  While the Habs had […]

Sunday Night on – Marketplace Co-Host Tom Harrington Pops on at 7:45 – Sunday January 30, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Click the mike to listen to SUNDAY NIGHT on starting at 7:30 PM.   Tonight we have a special guest.  Mr. Tom Harrington, co-host of the CBC TV show Marketplace. Friday night Marketplace features water filter scams where companies would make strange claims to get you to buy a water system […]

TAKING THE LEAD Police & agencies work closely to help people with mental illness and intellectual disabilities. – February 1-2, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

TAKING THE LEAD Police & agencies work closely to help people with mental illness and intellectual disabilities. – February 1-2, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – City police, OPP officers, EMS paramedics and Emergency Room nurses  along with 30 other local professionals are taking part in award winning training today and tomorrow (February 1 & 2) at the Ramada Inn. The LEAD training, a recipient of the Excellence Award at the Champlain and Southeast Region Crisis Conference, is […]

Akwesasne Warriors 5-0 since signing with – Sink Privateers 8-5 – FEDERAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Jan 29, 2011

Akwesasne Mohawk Territory – I have to tell you covering Akwesasne Warrior hockey is never dull!   I myself nearly got into fisticuffs last night before security jumped in! The Warriors were in control scoring early and often but are at an interesting crossroads as they are losing two of their key players in Carter […]

$650K for a Vase you say? Conservative Harper Government Buy Rare Canadian Pigeon Vase – January 29, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – That’s one pretty vase.  No cheap grocery store flowers for this baby! Probably no flowers at all as it will be on display in a Canadian museum thanks to the largess of the Harper Government or minister Rob Moore in particular. The government sets aside funds to make sure items of um…artistic distinction make […]

Forest Loss Forum A Public Discussion about the Loss of Forests in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry – February 24, 2011

Forest Loss Forum  A Public Discussion about the Loss of Forests in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry – February 24, 2011

Avonmore ON – A public forum to discuss concerns about the loss of forests in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry (SD&G) is being held in Avonmore on February 24, 2011. The event is sponsored by the Resource Stewardship SD&G Council and the SD&G Certified Forest Owners. Surveys conducted by local Conservation Authorities and others show that the current amount of forest cover […]

Akwesasne Warriors make it 4 in a Roll as they Come back and Beat Rome Frenzy 10-8! VIDEO – Jan 29, 2011

Akwesasne Mohawk Territory – The Warriors are on a roll!   With  their 10-8 victory over the Rome Frenzy at the Turtledome Friday night the league leaders of the Federal Hockey league have now won 4 strait. 1st Star Luc Mazerolle led the way with 5 goals and 3 helpers going +6 for the night. […]

Local Egyptians Show Support for their Country men in Ottawa by Markus Noé – January 28,2011 5/5

Ottawa ON – This afternoon in front of the Egyptian embassy in Ottawa, dozens gathered in support of the thousands involved with the uprising. For the previous thirty years, Hosny Mubarak has been the sole leader of Egypt despite several widely criticized elections.  Throughout Mubarak’s entire reign he has imposed a state of emergency in […]

South Stormont Township Receives Gift of Six Framed Prints from Colonel Calvin Hanson – January 29, 2011

South Stormont ON – At the January 26, 2011 regular meeting, Council of the Township of South Stormont had the opportunity to express appreciation to Col. Calvin Hanson for his donation of six beautiful framed photographic prints that now hang throughout the new Town Hall. Deputy Mayor Hart advised that all of the pictures were […]

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