OPP Report Fatal Accident in Hawkesbury Ontario Parking Lot

OPP Report Fatal Accident in Hawkesbury Ontario Parking Lot

MAY 31, 2021 – at approximately 8:00 a.m., members of the Hawkesbury Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Prescott-Russell Paramedic Service, and the Hawkesbury Fire Department responded to a fatal incident at the parking lot on Spence Avenue in the Town of Hawkesbury. A 24-year-old person was transported by Ornge Ambulance Service (ORNGE) to […]

#OPP Charge Prescott Man MICHAEL VANDINE w Impaired & Mischief

#OPP Charge Prescott Man MICHAEL VANDINE w Impaired & Mischief

MAY 31, 2021 – On May 29, 2021, at approximately 8:39 p.m., the Grenville County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a complaint of a dispute at a residence on Millar Road, in Spencerville, Edwardsburgh-Cardinal Township. Officers attended the area and located a vehicle in a ditch, laying on its side, near […]

Ontario to Replace Dr. David Williams With Smarter Doc. By Jamie Gilcig

Ontario to Replace Dr. David Williams With Smarter Doc. By Jamie Gilcig

MAY 31, 2021 – Dr. David Williams has come under fire during the War against Covid-19 in Ontario. His counsel and decisions have left the province and government open to abuse and ridicule. While it’s late in the game; hopefully Ontario can avoid a fourth wave of the virus that has crossed our planet by […]

No Fans @ Leafs Game 7 – Blame Ontario Premier Doug Ford & Randy Hillier. By Jamie Gilcig

No Fans @ Leafs Game 7 – Blame Ontario Premier Doug Ford & Randy Hillier.  By Jamie Gilcig

MAY 30, 2021 – The Habs allowed 2500 rabid fans to attend game six of the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs which was a cathartic celebration for those who have endured the Covid-19 Pandemic, but it wasn’t a high risk US style move. It was a reward for a community that has worked […]

Cornwall Kitten Killer Corey Dennison Deserves a Much Longer Jail Sentence. By Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Kitten Killer Corey Dennison Deserves  a Much Longer Jail Sentence. By Jamie Gilcig

MAY 28, 2021 – Having personally seen how bad the level of injustice is led by corruption and incompetence in Eastern Ontario, and watched a case with Judge Deborah Kinsella allowing a senior mentally delayed man to be violated by a crown and nearly end up in jail for a alleged crime that should never […]

Rapid and Responsible Recovery Starts with Ontario’s Small Businesses Says OBIAA.

May 25, 2021 –The Ontario BIA Association (OBIAA) is calling on the Federal and Provincial Governments to lead the way by creating recovery solutions and a phased-in approach. OBIAA says that by creating a phased strategy, we can begin to create balance – a balance which includes physical, mental and economic health.   A Rapid Responsible […]

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Happy 105th & Glengarry Fencibles Update

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Happy 105th & Glengarry Fencibles Update

MAY 24, 2021 – A wonderful Cornwall senior, born in 1916, celebrated her 105th birthday this year on May 6th. Edna Dorey is a lovely lady. When you see her out walking, she is so spry that you would never guess her age. (Photo courtesy of Dorenda Dorey) Edna was born in the Alfred Township, […]

New York Giants Can Be Hopeful Of A Better Season In 2021

New York Giants, one of the most popular NFL franchises in Canada today, have had just one winning season in their last eight. The four-time Super Bowl winners will be hoping they can have a much better campaign in 2021, and there are reasons to believe that may be the case. Despite finishing with a […]

How Music Is Connected to Cultural Identity

How Music Is Connected to Cultural Identity

We can also agree that music improves the quality of life because of its soothing nature. Currently, different genres have become part of our daily endeavors. You either enjoy metal music, RnB, rock or any other genre that appeals to you. Music has a lot of significant impacts on our lives because it makes our […]

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford. Mother’s Day & Covid-19 Cleanliness at CCH

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford.   Mother’s Day & Covid-19 Cleanliness at CCH

MAY 6, 2021 – “Spring has sprung. The grass is riz. I wonder where the birdies is?” Well, not around this bird feeder for sure. Bob Katz took this photo watching the big black furry squirrel, manoeuvred himself off a wooden beam to this feeder. He filled himself up with lots of seeds apparently before […]

Chief Danny Aikman Loses Internal Struggle. Set to Retire from Cornwall Police Service in 2021.

Chief Danny Aikman Loses Internal Struggle.  Set to Retire from Cornwall Police Service in 2021.

MAY 6, 2021 – You can’t fight City Hall it appears. No surprises as Cornwall Police Service Chief Danny Aikman announced his retirement after only a few years as police chief. The push by the Mayor’s camp for Deputy Chief Shawna Spowart to get the top seat was much discussed in the River City. In […]

Is It Advisable to Play Music While Studying?

Is It Advisable to Play Music While Studying?

It is no secret that students usually face a lot of pressure at the end of the semester as they study for their exams. This is when they start looking for alternative study methods that are more conducive to these high-pressure situations. Utilizing music as a study tool is one way for students to traverse […]