Conrad Black on Duffygate – Horton Hears a Who Reverse Embezzlement Should Not Lead to Lynching November 30, 2013

Conrad Black on Duffygate – Horton Hears a Who Reverse Embezzlement Should Not Lead to Lynching November 30, 2013

This week’s by-election results — two for the Tories, two for the Liberals — suggest that voters are not too much concerned by the shenanigans in the Senate. Nor should they be. Mike Duffy was accused of excessive aggression in submitting his expenses, and Nigel Wright paid $90,000 out of his pocket to keep the […]

The Art of Everything By Mary Anne Pankhurst An interview with Robert Martin (Flowers Cornwall) on the Art of Floral Design

The Art of Everything By Mary Anne Pankhurst An interview with Robert Martin (Flowers Cornwall) on the Art of Floral Design

Cornwall Ontario – It’s subzero outside and the November sun has begun its mid-afternoon descent. Yet, as it arcs ever downward, wide bands of warmish yellow light are suddenly streaming through the windows of Flowers Cornwall, right about the time Robert Martin says: “Flowers have a language. They can and do speak to us.” Robert […]

Redcliff Owned Triovest Managed Cornwall Square Parking Garage Under Investigation by Jamie Gilcig

Redcliff Owned Triovest Managed Cornwall Square Parking Garage Under Investigation by Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario – CFN has learned that the Redcliff owned, Triovest managed Cornwall Square parking facility has come under investigation of the Labor Ministry after a series of complaints regarding its safety.   Apparently even after other tragedies that have taken place Shopping Mall safety is still essentially self-regulated. The Labor Ministry is responsible for […]

Homestead Land Holdings Ltd. Seeks Superintendent Teams of 2 CLICK TO APPLY Help Wanted

Homestead Land Holdings Ltd. Seeks Superintendent Teams of 2  CLICK TO APPLY   Help Wanted

Founded in Kingston, Ontario in 1954, we are a people-oriented, private real estate company engaged in the construction, acquisition, and management of multi-family residential projects in Ontario and Naples, Florida. We have branch offices in London, Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa and Naples, with the head office in Kingston.   Superintendents live and work in our properties and are the “face” […]

Former MPP Jim Brownell Makes Presentation at South Stormont Council on Behalf of Lost Villages – Nov 28, 2013

CFN – Jim Brownell attended the South Stormont Township council meeting to present a report about his groups efforts at the Historical society and Charming Lost Villages tourism and educations site. Oddly enough our amicable chat turned nasty when Mr. Brownell became upset if I asked him if he’d seen the Toronto Sun piece about […]

Massena NY Grocer Sells Over 75,000 Pounds of Turkey During Thanksgiving Black Friday Holiday!

Happy Thanksgiving to All of Our American Friends, Family,and CFN Viewers!

CFN –  Thanksgiving in the US and in border towns of Canada may mean Black Friday shopping to many; but it’s also a time to celebrate with family over some turkey. Turkey sales are so massive that one grocery store in Massena usually sells out a full tractor trailer load each year. I spoke with […]

Township of South Stormont Ontario Bulletin for December 2013 – Check Them Out on Facebook Now Too!

TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH STORMONT Contact Information Town Hall Telephone: 613-534-8889 or 1-800-265-3915 Fax: 613-534-2280 Address: 2 Mille Roches Road, PO Box 84, Long Sault, ON K0C 1P0 Email Address: info@southstormont.ca Council Mayor Bryan McGillis 613-937-3116 bmcgillis@southstormont.ca   Deputy Mayor Tammy Hart 613-984-2543       tammy.farms@xplornet.com   Councillor Cindy Woods 613-537-2977 cindy_woods@xplornet.com   Councillor Barry Brownlee 613-537-9753   Councillor Richard […]

Dean Laponsee Fund Raiser at RCAF Wing Pulls in Over $20K in Cornwall Ontario VIDEO

Dean Laponsee Fund Raiser at RCAF Wing Pulls in Over $20K in Cornwall Ontario VIDEO

Cornwall Ontario –  Dean Laponsee has been inspirational to his community and his story is something that is a tribute to the spirit of caring that exists in the Cornwall Ontario region. When he was struck with septic poisoning that required him to become a triple amputee and nearly perish it was a challenge that […]

Bonville Lion’s Club Hunters Ball Pulls in Over 700 in Attendance! South Stormont Event Awards Over $10,000 in Prizes!

Bonville Lion’s Club Hunters Ball Pulls in Over 700 in Attendance! South Stormont Event Awards Over $10,000 in Prizes!

(pictured Marlon from the Bonville Lion’s Club, John Locke from Fence Depot, & South Stormont Mayor Bryan McGillis) CFN–  The Hunter’s Ball has grown.  The yearly event that takes place at the Lion’s Club in Bonville Ontario doubled attendance with over 700 people showing up this year. Besides eating local wild game donated for the […]

What Happened to Our Good Friend, the East End? By E.V.Hutcheon Cornwall Ontario

What Happened to Our Good Friend, the East End?     By E.V.Hutcheon Cornwall Ontario

    Cornwall Ontario -I find myself a generally cautious person, but all be it a positive person too. That’s how I felt one autumn morning walking up Alice St.   Birds are chirping and the sun shines. A number of squirrels are running around franticly trying to collect nuts and seeds before the winter comes. […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Liberals & Conservatives Can Both Claim Victory in Bye-Elections NOV 26, 2013

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Liberals & Conservatives Can Both Claim Victory in Bye-Elections NOV 26, 2013

CFN – Four more bye-elections enter the history books. The two main protagonists, Liberals and Conservatives can both claim victory and their spin machines are already in action. In politics what matters is that you get to send someone from your team to Ottawa, so in that sense the Conservatives can pat themselves on the […]

Weird Freeholder Agape Story Goes Boom As Council Rejects Funding After All by Jamie Gilcig

Weird Freeholder Agape Story Goes Boom As Council Rejects Funding After All by Jamie Gilcig

  . Cornwall Ontario – You know it must be getting close to election time when Cornwall Ontario Mayor Bob Kilger doesn’t back Councilor Elaine MacDonald who tried to back door funding for the Agape Centre which she is on the board of. It was Twilight Zone time for the while  which started earlier in […]

Cornwall & Regional Police Blotter for Tuesday Nov 26, 2013 – OPP OPS TPS

Cornwall & Regional Police Blotter for Tuesday Nov 26, 2013 – OPP OPS TPS

WARRANT               Cornwall, ON – Peter Thomas, 25 of St-Regis was arrested on November 25th, 2013 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged that the man failed to attend court on November 13th, 2013 and a warrant was issued for his arrest. On November 25th, 2013 the man who was currently in custody […]

Agape Board Member Elaine MacDonald Mugs Taxpayers in Cornwall Ontario City to Cough Up $57K

Cornwall Ontario – The Agape is about to get over $57,000 in loans and grants from the City of Cornwall in spite of a shortfall in this years revenue thanks to the Province playing Grinch with the city. The deal, smelling of Conflicted Councilor Elaine MacDonald who sits on the board of the Agape and […]

Cornwall Ontario City Councilor Maurice Dupelle Fuming After Clerk Helen Finn Messes With His Motion to Give Council Agenda More in Advance

Cornwall Ontario – Councilor Maurice Dupelle is fuming after his motion was sabotaged in tonight’s agenda.    The councilor put forward the position that members of council should have more time and access to the agenda prior to a meeting if they were to be able to make some of the important decisions they are […]

CFN 1 on 1 With Rob Hickley On Funding Failure Against City of Cornwall & Mayor Bob Kilger – VIDEO

Cornwall Ontario – Former Cornwall Ontario Deputy Fire Chief Rob Hickley sat down one on one with CFN and talked about losing his appeal for funding for his Whistle Blowing case against the City of Cornwall & Mayor Bob Kilger over the hiring of the Mayor’s son as a City Fireman. It took months for […]

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