Earth Matters by Jacqueline Milner – No-Dig Gardening? – May 31, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Yes it is possible.  I attended a “No Dig Gardening Workshop” this week-end organized by All Things Food Bouffe 360’s own Dana Kittle and presented by Karen Carrière. . Carrière has incorporated real, measurable changes in her life to insure she is making the most of all the resources she has available […]

Mark A MacDonald Hand Delivers his Paperwork and Announces Family BBQ for June 13th at Lamoureux Parc!

Toronto ON – Liberal hopeful Mark A MacDonald made it  official.   He hand delivered his final membership forms to the Ontario Liberal Party HQ. He also released the following:   I’m expecting a large turnout and people I talk to want to make sure that we work hard to protect all the gains we’ve made […]

Eastern Ontario Health Unit adds Two New Public Health Nursing Positions – May 31, 2011

Cornwall ON – Ontario is creating two new public health nursing positions in the Eastern Ontario Health Unit.  The new nurses will help the Eastern Ontario Health Unit to better deliver targeted services to priority populations in the community. . Using a broad range of skills, such as counselling, teaching, advocacy and community development, the nurses will […]

Succès pour le Dîner-échanges! – Nouvelles en français avec David Grégoire – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Près de 75 personnes ont pris part au dîner-échanges du 27 mai dernier à la salle des Chevaliers de Colomb de Cornwall. Les invités ont pu écouter l’invité d’honneur, Fernand Hamelin, président du CA de l’Hôpital communautaire de Cornwall, tout en dégustant un succulent repas comme toujours! Lors de sa conférence, M. […]

Nouveau partenariat à l’école Saint-Gabriel! – Nouvelles en français avec David Grégoire – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – L’école élémentaire catholique Saint-Gabriel, à Cornwall, offrira dès septembre 2011 un nouveau programme récréatif le matin, soit de 7h30 à 9h, en collaboration avec le Club Garçons et Filles de Cornwall. Tous les écoliers francophones de Cornwall, de la maternelle à la 6e année, auront accès à ce nouveau service! Les jeunes participeront à […]

Des mathématiques en famille! – Nouvelles en français avec David Grégoire – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Les élèves du jardin de l’École élémentaire catholique Marie-Tanguay ont eu la chance de participer récemment à des soirées de mathématiques en famille. Celles-ci étaient animées par le personnel du programme Partir d’un bon pas. Les parents ont appris toutes sortes de stratégies qu’ils pourront par la suite utiliser avec leur enfant dans […]

Canada’s Supreme Court Enters the Bedroom – Precedent setting case clouds consent – May 28, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – The Supreme court has entered the Canadian boudoir and ruled on  the type of case that you generally don’t see at the Supreme Court of Canada…or any country. The ruling determines that you can’t have sex without consent which is an easy one to understand, but it’s where the courts are going […]

L’église Sainte-Croix à Cornwall reste ouverte – Nouvelles en français avec David Grégoire – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Suite à une pétition de la part d’un paroissien de Sainte-Croix, dans l’est de Cornwall, et de fortes pressions de la part de d’autres paroissiens et citoyens de la même ville, l’église Sainte-Croix ne ferme plus ses portes, pour l’instant. En effet, Monseigneur Paul-André Durocher, du diocèse d’Alexandria-Cornwall, a annoncé récemment un moratoire […]

La bosse des sciences à l’école Le Relais! – Nouvelles en français avec David Grégoire – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Huit élèves de l’École secondaire catholique Le Relais ont gagné la 1ère position et la 2e position, dans leur catégorie respective, lors de la 7e édition des Olympiades de la résolution de problèmes, à l’école secondaire catholique L’Escale de Rockland, le 11 mai. En tout, une cinquantaine d’étudiants ont participé à cet […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – House of Commons Decorum – May 27, 2011

Ottawa ON – In an out-going interview, former House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken pointed to the advent of minority government in 2004 as the key point from which civility in the House of Commons began to deteriorate. I would go further back to 1984 and the arrival of the then Liberal “Rat Pack.” Their […]

Elaine MacDonald announces run for NDP Ontario nomination in Stormont, Dundas, & South Glengarry – May 27, 2011

Cornwall ON –  In what has been one of the least possible surprising announcements, Cornwall Ontario City councilor Elaine MacDonald announced today that she will be seeking the NDP provincial nomination for the SD&SG Ontario riding. Currently Jim McDonell is the Progressive Conservative candidate while the Liberals decide on their man on June 13th. Ms […]

Province of Ontario Makes Water Infrastructure Investments in Stormont, Dundas, and South Glengarry – May 27, 2011

Long Sault ON – Stormont – Dundas – South Glengarry will get additional help in order for families to continue to have access to clean, safe, reliable water and affordable wastewater services. To modernize and improve Stormont – Dundas – South Glengarry’s aging infrastructure, the province is supporting the community.  With support from the province, North Dundas will improve […]

Montreal Pet Shelters Going to the Dogs…and Cats – May 27, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Montreal is going to the dogs…and cats…It’s not the ill kept roads, like Highway 20 where I had a chunk of  roadway flipped up into my windshield causing the uproar, or the traffic jams, language issues, and ridiculous parking costs downtown that have people up in arms, but  people from across the city […]

Letter to the Editor – Mario Leclerc: THE BIG BLUE MACHINE STILL LAUGHS AT OUR DEMOCRACY – I’VE HAD ENOUGH! – May 27, 2011

Two weeks after the May 2 federal election, Stephen Harper appointed three defeated Conservative candidates to the Senate on the sly: former intergovernmental affairs minister Josée Verner, Larry Smith and Fabian Manning. They were all rejected by the voters, and yet were called upon – against the public’s will – to sit in the Senate. […]

Police State Proposal by Tim “Cool Hand Luke” Hudak – Is it really Timmy Time? – May 26, 2011

Cornwall ON – Tim “Cool Hand Luke” Hudak has just announced that if given the controls of power of Ontario that he’d force inmates to work. Essentially Mr. Hudak feels that inmates have way too good a time hanging out in prison where they can take up such activities as ““Freeing the Human Spirit” yoga […]

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