NOVEMBER 13, 2020 – As we see COVID-19 numbers starting to spike with a long Winter ahead it’s time for the Ford Government to truly govern this pandemic. Some problems you can write a cheque to fix. Healthcare staff are limited. We only have so many and can only add so many. We need to… Continue reading It’s Time for the Ford Government to Get Tough on COVID-19. Here’s How. By Jamie Gilcig PETITION
CFN started to get calls and messages early this morning stating that staff at Cornwall Square were let go. The mall mysteriously was announced to be sold at a fire sale rate after previous announcements of part of it to be demolished and the mall repurposed. Oddly enough the name of the buyers was… Continue reading Allegations of House Cleaning @ Cornwall Square – Is Groupe Mach of Montreal the New Buyer? 121018
August 16, 2022 – Yes it’s August. Camps open soon and rosters will still be tinkered with, but we’ve gone through the draft, and the opening of Free Agency. The trade frenzy between and the bottom line is a Toronto team that surely cannot afford another first round drubbing, but has simply not moved the… Continue reading Battle of Ontario – Sens UP – Leafs DOWN. HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig
FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION AUGUST 15, 2022 – The Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial police (OPP) officers responded to a fatal vehicle collision on Front Street in North Stormont. On August 12, 2022, shortly after 2:00 p.m. officers of the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Ontario Provincial police (OPP) responded to a single motor vehicle… Continue reading OPP ID Vincent Forward as Collision Fatality in North Stormont
Do you think it’s easy to transport a dog in a car? As if not so! Here are some rules for future and present dog lovers!
August 5, 2022 – Canada Day had come and gone . Some seniors were talking about the ‘old days’, many moons ago when the fathers would bring the fireworks to the curb outside their homes and light them up. All down the street were big blasts of colour as the fireworks hit the air. Some… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room – By Dawn Ford – Has it really been ten years?
Yes kiddies, that’s where we’re heading. Reading and watching partisan media wogs has been a lot of fun as the leadership evolves. Justin doesn’t seem to be bothered. He just left to Costa Rica for a vacation which is not a politically astute move. Lord knows everyone needs a vacation, but surely a Staycation would’ve… Continue reading Can Pierre Poilievre Beat Justin Trudeau in the Next Canadian Election? By Jamie Gilcig
July 27, 2022 – One of the biggest things the Covid-19 Pandemic has done is show how truly weak and messed up our healthcare system is. This isn’t something that can easily be fixed. Money alone will not solve the issues which impact different provinces differently depending on their systems. In Cornwall, the city just… Continue reading As Ontario’s Healthcare System Crumbles It’s Time to Think Outside of the Box. Tax Free Crisis Shifts. By Jamie Gilcig #ohip #medicare #onpoli #cdnpoli
CORNWALL ONTARIO – Drivers are fuming. After an early morning tweet and release about a tragic fatality blocking up the 401 Eastbound, nearly 10 hours later the public still has no real updates. “Members of the Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating a fatal collision involving two… Continue reading Drivers Upset at OPP – Don’t Update Info on 401 Fatality 3:28PM JULY 26, 2022
JULY 26, 2022 – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged a former Rockland business owner following a lengthy investigation into multiple allegations of financial wrongdoing. In August 2016, members of the OPP Russell County Detachment Crime Unit and the Anti-Rackets Branch – Economic Crime and Corruption Unit – Ottawa began investigating allegations of criminal… Continue reading OPP Charge STEPHANE LANGLOIS of Rockland ON Financial Wrongdoing.
Were you aware that the Canadian online gaming industry is worth in excess of $1.2 billion dollars? There are several reasons why this sector has grown at a meteoric pace in recent times. Some of the most prominent include increased access to wireless Internet services, the growing prevalence of smartphones and more engaging virtual games.… Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Online Slots in Canada
In the last two seasons, Toronto F.C. have sunk low in the Eastern Conference of the MLS, going from 2nd on the table to 12th and 13th. So, as a result of those bad performances, they have now found it necessary to bolster their squad in order to start competing in the final series again.… Continue reading Toronto F.C.’s new signings
July 13, 2022 – As I sit here pondering whether the Habs under new GM Kent Hughes are doing well or not I’m mulling over their core. Clearly the Habs are not addressing the very real factor that the team needs a few francophone players in their core. Right now there seems a huge opportunity… Continue reading Looking @ the Habs the Morning of Free Agency 2022. By Jamie Gilcig HOCKEY CRUNCH Have They Moved Forward?
Maple Leafs Are Likely Losing Ilya Mikheyev Ilya Mikheyev is coming off the best season of his young NHL career, but his price tag will likely be too much for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 27-year-old speedster tallied 21 goals and 11 assists in 53 games for the Maple Leafs last year. Toronto would obviously… Continue reading NHL Ontario News: Mikheyev & Campbell Updates, Senators Looking At Buyout Options, More
JUNE 17, 2022 – June Is Senior’s Month in some Canadian Provinces including Ontario. A big thank you to all our wonderful seniors in Cornwall who donate their time in various ways to help others in our community. Kudos. From the 1956 movie Carousel, the song by Rogers and Hammerstein, “June is Bustin’ Out All… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford JUNE is Seniors Month!
June 17, 2022 – For those on fixed incomes, or lower incomes, or working class incomes, or middle class incomes, the announcement by Liberal Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is a slap to the face. Many of its facets are not new, but already in her last budgets. Many of the facets are promises down the… Continue reading Freeland Stiffs Canadians with New Inflationary Action Announcement. #cdnpoli By Jamie Gilcig
JUNE 15, 2022 – The present Minister of Foreign Affairs, Melanie Joly, needs to learn when to be quiet. It is enough that a bureaucrat in her department attended a Russian Embassy reception when Canada is supporting Ukraine against the Russian invasion. But to keep insisting the buck stops with her and she didn’t know… Continue reading Melanie Joly Digs a Deeper Hole over Russia Mess VIEW FROM THE HILL by KEITH BEARDSLEY
JUNE 13, 2022 – Here we go again, teams of partisans backing various candidates shouting out their membership numbers in the Conservative Leadership race. While we all know this is a fool’s game, those partisans buried in their bunkers think this is important and in effect are shouting out “look at me, aren’t we great”.… Continue reading Conservative Leadership New Membership Number Shell Game can Backfire VIEW FROM THE HILL by Keith Beardsley
JUNE 13, 2022 – Patrick Brown’s comment that he wouldn’t run for the Conservatives if Poilievre was the leader was quite frankly dumb. From a strategic viewpoint he gains nothing,first round but loses a lot. He comes across as a bit of a sore loser and he hasn’t even lost yet. Maybe he forgot that… Continue reading Patrick Brown Comment Highlights US Shift in Canadian Politics During Conservative Leadership Race. VIEW FROM THE HILL by Keith Beardsley
Are you ready for a lifestyle change? Maybe you just desire fresh scenery, a new job, or a break from the past, for whatever reason. Luckily, relocating can solve multiple challenges at once. But, like every other major life change, there are costs and personal adjustments involved. For homeowners, step one is finding a realtor… Continue reading Relocate the Smart Way