Best Caption Contest on Canada Free News – Help Jay Schwartz and win a signed copy! – March 31, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Best Caption Contest on Canada Free News – Help Jay Schwartz and win a signed copy! – March 31, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Jay Schwartz, the man behind the Throwayz’ cartoon strip here on Canada Free News is now venturing into Politics!   We’re going to have fun with his first offering by letting you suggest the caption. The winner will get a signed copy and credit for the caption as well!  You can post […]

Rik Saaltink to Speak on The History of the North Channel Bridge hosted by St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences – April 13, 2011 7 PM – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – The Science and Nature Speaker Series has a local interest this month, with guest speaker Rik Saaltink, from the Seaway International Bridge Corporation. On April 13 at 7 pm, Rik will give a presentation at the Cornwall Public Library entitled, “The North Channel Bridge: Past Present and Future”.   Rik will talk about […]

Canada’s Democracy In Jeopardy – Conservative Partisan Politics Get Nasty Nationally and in SD&SG Ontario – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – March 30, 2011

Canada’s Democracy In Jeopardy – Conservative Partisan Politics Get Nasty Nationally and in SD&SG Ontario – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – March 30, 2011

Cornwall ON – They say that Politics is a blood sport, but this election seems to be amping up much more so than the usual. As I sift through emails and phone calls today I’m hearing a lot of chatter about the Green Party.   While I’m sure Elizabeth May would rather get buzz on […]

David Rawnsley of Citizens Against Roadside Spraying Challenges Mayor Jim McDonell on his Maths – March 30, 2011

David Rawnsley of Citizens Against Roadside Spraying Challenges Mayor Jim McDonell on his Maths – March 30, 2011

Dear Sir, . Counties Councilor Jim McDonell, who is a candidate for the Provincial Conservative Party’s nomination, is quoted as saying that it will cost an extra $3 million to mow the Counties’ roadsides if we cease the controversial spraying program. . The annual cost of the Counties mowing is $300,000. Mayor McDonell tells me […]

New Novel, Progress, by Michael V Smith – Reading at Cornwall Public Library May 1, 2011 – 1:00 PM

Cornwall ON – Cornwallite Michael V Smith has a new novel coming out; his second; Progress on Cormorant Books.   Michael V. Smith’s first novel Cumberland received national acclaim and was shortlisted for the Amazon.ca / Books in Canada First Novel Award. Now, eight years later, comes his brand new and highly-anticipated novel, Progress. “Michael […]

Help Send Local Women’s National Soccer Forward Christina “Corky” Julien to FIFA World Cup in Germany – April 21, 2011 – Cornwall Golf & Country Club

Cornwall ON – It’s not everyday that a local athlete gets a chance to compete at the highest level of their sport and that’s exactly what Christina “Corky” Julien is about to do, but she like most Canadian athletes need your support to help make that happen. The Cornwall Golf and Country Club are helping […]

Letter to the Editor – Mr. Eugene Parks of Victoria BC on Nuclear Safety and the Harper Government – March 30, 2011

Dear Editor, What does the nuclear crises in Japan, Chernobyl and our federal election have in common? Mr. Harper’s administration has been responsible for Canada’s Chalk river nuclear facility, which had two Maple reactors that were unstable during normal operation plus a fifty year old reactor that was 20 years beyond its expected lifespan. During […]

38 On Sunshine List in Cornwall Ontario headed by CAO Paul Fitzpatrick at $173, 406.72 – March 30, 2011

Cornwall ON – 38 city, fire, and police staff made the Sunshine Club in Cornwall Ontario.   Municipal Employees earning in excess of $100,000.00 per year have their salaries published. The list is significantly lower than last year as there were arbitration settlements with a large amount of staff. The total salaries for the 38 […]

What is going on in Canada? Elizabeth May Blocked From Televised Leadership Debates..Again – March 29, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – I just don’t get it?  Do you?  Apparently Elizabeth May is being banned from the Leadership debates…again….and so far there’s been nary a peep from the Federal Leaders. Could Michael Ignatieff, Jack Layton, or Gilles Duceppe ever look at a female voter again if they don’t stand up for Ms May? Certainly […]

Participaction – New Physical Activity Guidelines for Significant Health Benefits – March 29, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario – Francais Aussi

Cornwall ON – New Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines have been developed based on recent scientific evidence that shows a compelling link between physical activity and important health benefits. The new Guidelines have been developed by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) and the Public Health Agency of Canada.  According to CSEP, Canadians’ physical activity […]

Letter to the Editor – Bonnie Paulin of Cornwall Ontario Not Happy With Hospital Care – March 29, 2011

I am writing to express my sheer horror at the state of our town’s health care system. My father was recently admitted to the Cornwall hospital. This 79 year old man has contributed 60 years of hard work and taxes to the community, during which he rarely fell ill or required any health care. . […]

Cornwall Ontario Finishes 90th in Money Sense Magazine Best Places to Live in Canada Rankings – March 29, 2011

Cornwall ON – Money Sense Magazine comes out with a yearly ranking of 180 cities across Canada. They base their rankings on a variety of factors; Household income, new cars, weather, job prospects. It’s all pretty interesting. This year Cornwall Ontario finished right smack in the middle of the pack at 90. That’s not so […]

So Are Mr. Harper’s People Paying People to Post Comments Online? March 29, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Have you ever wondered if that anonymous voice whose words you’re reading is real or not?  Or no matter how badly you’ve proven them wrong they keep spinning back the same BS?   Maybe this could be why? I’m not sure how much it pays, but this is the first Canadian Federal […]

The Political Round Table talks Federal Election and Darren Thompson Talks about Buying the Toronto Maple Leafs on The Political Round Table on Seawayradio.com starting 9:00 AM Tuesday March 29, 2011

Cornwall ON – Click the MIKE above or the LINK below to listen to The Political Round Table on Seawayradio.com Tuesday morning starting at 9:00 AM.   Join pundits Joe Gunn & Denis Sabourin as we start to tackle the Federal Election and keep you up to date on what’s going on around the world! […]

“The Earth Matters Exhibit” April – May 2011 in Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Artwork“celebrating the majesty of the earth, the challenges she faces, and how we can be better friends to our living earth.” will be featured at Cornwall Square, Cornwall Public Library, Seaway News Windows and Fused Elements in the city of Cornwall, Ontario throughout the months of April & May by our Area Students […]

Help the SD&G Coalition of Social Justice at the 14th Rock for Charity – Remingtons Deli & Bar – April 22nd, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

  Cornwall ON – The SD&G Coalition of Social Justice is the beneficiary of the 14th Rock for Charity taking place at Remingtons Deli and Bar – 101 Montreal Road in Cornwall Ontario. This charity fundraiser event will feature Jamie Jarvo, Tommy Heatley, Ewen McIntosh, Joel Sauve, Boozehound (with Jessy Brown, Denis Andre, Ben Potrais, […]

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