L I N K Congrats and Kudos to all those involved in the Jail N Bail fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society! “The Jail-N-Bail event has been taking place for close to 20 years, and officials said this year’s tally of $18,000 could be the biggest yet. “We are just overwhelmed,” said Carolyn Bourassa, the […]
For a Party that Claims it doesn’t want an election….Guy Lauzon mails out a book sized pamphlet – Propaganda in the Seaway News.
L I N K If the link works it should take you to page 26 of this week’s (October 8, 2009) edition of The Seaway News. The article in question has a slug line that reads ” Liberals Vote Against Economic Recovery”. This story has no byline. It is not listed as an editorial. […]
October 24th is the International Day of Climate Action, the largest climate action the world has ever seen. In over 141 countries, well over 1800 events will be held showing our leaders that we are all united in wanting serious and immediate action on climate change. Help us put Cornwall on the 350 action map! […]
We apologize for the delay in getting all this video up. We have fired our video editor and sent him to a far away place where he must sit with much shame….. Ms Clement introduces MP Bob Rae: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1AIjddwm-s httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbP5Bnfr3UU httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofbesnSCas4 Bob Rae on The Seaway International Bridge Crisis: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rQpFFXgvtk httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xg_l7TX9LsE please visit our sponsors:
A crane was parked in front of the venerable old Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario today. It looks like work on the marquis is finally starting. No comments from the theatre had arrived as of this printing. please visit our sponsors:
Maple Leaf Dinner – Bob Rae Lights a Fire – Bernadette Clement talks MEDIATION for the Bridge Crisis and more! CORNWALL ONTARIO
It was a magical night as Liberals from the area came together to listen to MP Bob Rae speak while sharing a fine meal at The Best Western Inn Parkway. Cornwall City Councilor and Liberal Riding Nominee Ms Bernadette Clement wore her signature power color Fuchsia, on this night when the Liberal VIP’s were out […]
UPDATE 5PM October 8th – The Board of Directors just released the following: “As a result of yesterday’s incident, members of the Board attended the Agape Centre to speak with volunteers and staff. The Board is aware of the underlying Human Resources issues and have been and will continue to work towards a resolution. Our […]
Hmmm…..Page 26 of this weeks Seaway News under the Turkeys Turkeys Turkey story by Nick Wolochatiuk is a bold slug line. Liberals Vote Against Economic Recovery. This story has no author which is odd even for the Seaway news and goes on to rip the Grits a new one purely piling on single sided politically […]
Getting two wins in the bank probably was the best of all starts for Jacques Martin and the Montreal Canadiens. The two losses on the Western swing; especially last nights 7-1 beating by Vancouver are the kind of performances that cost people jobs. The Habs were actually worse last night than in Calgary. Whatever gameplan […]
Agape In Disarray – Staff Walk Out – Judy Dancause asks for time to work out stories with staff and board ONGOING Cornwall Ontario
L I N K – The Free Holder reported today that staff from the Agape Centre walked off the job briefly today for undisclosed issues. No replies to our request for info have been returned as of this time and we will follow up as soon as news becomes confirmed and available. “Head cook Tracy […]
Anonymity and the Net – Should company and/or government agents have to declare themselves on Messageboards and news sites?
Anonymity and the Net – It’s hot topic. Ottawa’s Lowell Green did a whole show on it awhile ago in that he was angry that anonymous bloggers could destroy people’s reputations and wage attacks from behind the veil of anonymity. People commonly use pseudonyms on the internet. Most times it’s for very good reasons. I […]
It seems only yesterday that everyone was complaining about how hot it was and how the air-conditioning couldn’t keep up. Now people are putting up Halloween decorations, a sure sign that winter is just around the corner. Here are a few tips to save money on heating this winter. Have the furnace checked and cleaned […]
New Direction for Healthy Rhythm Coalition The Healthy Rhythm Coalition is a group of community members interested in supporting local communities in adopting healthy lifestyles. The group’s specific focus is on cardiovascular wellness with a primary emphasis on the promotion of physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco prevention and control. The Coalition started as an […]
Scott Lecky is one busy man. He manages the Ramada Inn here in Cornwall, a few other projects keep him busy too, the 3 Plus One Arena project for one which he spearheads. I can’t blame him either. He’s worked hard to develop his business and this facility should help. During our chat at the […]
L I N K In the Art of War it’s always suggested to pick the time and place of battle. It never mentions picking the time and place of surrender or resignation. “Caplan intended to resign from his post as minister Wednesday, the same day Auditor General Jim McCarter will release a scathing report into […]
Habs Flame out in Calgary – Pick up D man Marc-Andre Bergeron $750K for 1 Year – Sens rake Leafs 2-1
Sometimes the score of a game can be deceptive. Last night was one of the worst performances I’ve ever seen a Habs team offer up. It’s awfully hard to score when you spend more time in your end of the rink than the oppositions so I give the Habs credit for potting the goals, but […]
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Local markets and local news can make or break your business. Awareness, market penetration, and gaining traction are expensive and at times difficult things to accomplish. Get the best bang for the buck for your media dollar; communicate with people from this community and support local community media. The Cornwall Free News has special holiday […]
FIGHTING CRIME A LAUGHING MATTER (SD&G) – Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers is once again hosting a comedy night to help raise much needed funds. On October 16th, well known comedian Lucien will be taking the stage at Aultsville Hall poking fun at life. The public is invited to join us that night for a few […]