Cornwall Ontario Police Blotter Monday June 30, 2014 Flying Spit & Pizza Pans CPS

Cornwall Ontario Police Blotter Monday June 30, 2014 Flying Spit & Pizza Pans  CPS

    DRUG POSSESSION AND TRAFFICKING   Cornwall, Ontario – Blake Atwell, age 38, Gail Atwell, age 60 and Lisa-Marie Rees, age 33, of Cornwall, were arrested on June 27, 2014. The Cornwall Community Police Service’s Street Crime Unit and Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant at an Eleventh Street address on June 27, […]

Letter to the Editor – Harry Valentine Challenges Gilcig Mayoralty Platform – June 30, 2014

Letter to the Editor – Harry Valentine Challenges Gilcig Mayoralty Platform – June 30, 2014

TO: Jamie   I read with interest your promise, if elected to public office, to attract $25/hour jobs to Cornwall. I will urge you re-consider such a promise given that the North American economy is in a mess. The US-dollar is the world’s reserve currency and unless US lawmakers drastically reduce their spending on defense […]

Justin Trudeau & Liberals Make Play for SD&SG On Canada Day 2014! by Jamie Gilcig

Justin Trudeau & Liberals Make Play for SD&SG On Canada Day 2014! by Jamie Gilcig

CORNWALL Ontario – Justin Trudeau is stopping in Alexandria and Cornwall Ontario on Canada Day.  With a year until his first election shot at becoming Prime Minister of Canada every seat will count. For example in the recent Provincial election none of the leaders dropped by Cornwall because it was a forgone conclusion that incumbent […]

Hugo Hugo Hugo – Freeholder Editor & CAJ Director Kvetches About Corus Cornwall News Room Shut Down by Jamie Gilcig

Hugo Hugo Hugo – Freeholder Editor & CAJ Director Kvetches About Corus Cornwall News Room Shut Down by Jamie Gilcig

CORNWALL Ontario –  For a new comer Hugo Rodrigues, editor of the Standard Freeholder and poobah at the Canadian Association of Journalists is upset.  He’s mad.  He’s talking radio licenses.   He’s not happy that Corus radio shut down their newsroom in Cornwall terminating three jobs. I agree with him.  Local news is suffering in […]

Will Leslie O’Shaughnessy Run Against Bob Kilger in Cornwall Ontario Mayoralty Race by Jamie Gilcig – June 29, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – Will he or won’t he?  That’s the question that many are asking after Cornwall Mayor Bob Kilger finally put his name on the dotted line and registered to run for a their term.    The “he” in question is former Councilor Leslie O’Shaughnessy who resigned from council this past term under a […]

Enough With Consultants – This Is the Way to Go to Decide Council Salary by Jamie Gilcig

Enough With Consultants – This Is the Way to Go to Decide Council Salary by Jamie Gilcig

CORNWALL Ontario – What should we pay our mayor and council in Cornwall?  Clearly their salaries are low and some might say you get what you pay for. There are some, like Bernadette Clement, that spend mightily to get elected and clearly are using the role of Councilor as a stepping stone for either higher […]

Restaurant Review – Cedar’s On Wheels in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig – June 26, 2014

Restaurant Review – Cedar’s On Wheels in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig – June 26, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – The little restaurant on the corner of 3rd and Pitt  in Downtown Cornwall Ontario has had a rough record with many trying, but few succeeding, but I have a good vibe about the new Cedar’s On Wheels which just opened. First off I love Shawarma.  Love those garlic potatoes and sides that […]

Cornwall Community Police Seek Public Assistance in Arson Investigation – June 26, 2014

The Cornwall Community Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in relation to an Arson. In the early morning hours of May 30th, 2014 an unknown person(s) set fire to several vehicles within the City Tow towing company impound lot located at 1194 Montreal Road, Cornwall. As a result, nine vehicles were burned causing extensive […]

Busy OPP Police Blotter for Thursday June 26 – Cornwall SD&G CPS OPP

Busy OPP Police Blotter for Thursday June 26 – Cornwall SD&G CPS OPP

ASSAULT WITH A WEAPON, MISCHIEF, THREATS, BREACH             Cornwall, ON – A 17-year-old Cornwall youth was arrested on June 25th, 2014 and charged with assault with a weapon, mischief, threats and breach of two probation orders for failing to keep the peace along with breach of recognizance for being out without her surety’s permission. It […]

Russell Barth – Should Marijuana Should Be Sold To Kids Like Chocolate Or Cola? June 26, 2014

Russell Barth – Should Marijuana Should Be Sold To Kids Like Chocolate Or Cola? June 26, 2014

CFN – When we look at the science and history of cannabis, we see that it is safer than cola, coffee, or chocolate. When one considers that cola and chocolate products almost always have a lot of sugar in them, and coffee sometimes has sugar, we realize that cannabis is much safer. And when we factor in the myriad […]

Dawn Ford Seniors Situation Room Celebrating 50 Years at CGH Alumni Dinner

Dawn Ford  Seniors Situation Room Celebrating 50 Years at CGH Alumni Dinner

CFN – June is Seniors’ month. A nice way to honour it is to celebrate with some wonderful seniors. There were a lot of seniors at the Legion Friday night celebrating. It was our annual Cornwall General Hospital Alumni dinner. The Class of 1964 celebrated fifty years.   Attending for their class were Doreen Cameron […]

Cornwall Mayor Robert Bob Kilger Finally Puts His Name Forward to Run as Mayor for Third Term – June 25, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – Robert “Bob” Kilger finally put his papers in and will be running for mayor which means I finally have someone to campaign against! After several false starts and predictions of running the two term mayor signed on the dotted line to ask voters for a third chance to lead the city. This […]

Did Cornwall Mayor Bob Kilger Kill thecornwalldaily.com ? by Jamie Gilcig UPDATED

Did Cornwall Mayor Bob Kilger Kill thecornwalldaily.com ?   by Jamie Gilcig  UPDATED

CORNWALL Ontario –  Today Corus Radio shut down The Cornwall Daily.com; essentially cutting down its local newsroom in Cornwall.    Three jobs were lost including,most likely, news director Bill Kingston who also represented the station as a member of the board of the Cornwall & Area Chamber of Commerce; a position he’d have to step […]

Another Death Inquest Involving the Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre – Renaud-Louis Grenier – June 24, 2014

Another Death Inquest Involving the Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre – Renaud-Louis Grenier – June 24, 2014

CFN – Dr. Louise McNaughton-Filion, Regional Supervising Coroner for East Region, Ottawa Office, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Renaud-Louis Grenier. Mr. Grenier, age 55, died on Oct.18, 2011, at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre. An inquest is mandatory under the Coroners Act. The inquest will examine the circumstances surrounding Mr. […]

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