Jack Layton Wants Ads Pulled from Papers that Locked Out Workers

Jack Layton Wants Ads Pulled from Papers that Locked Out Workers

NDP Leader Jack Layton wants Ottawa to pull any Federal ads from two Quebecor owned Newspapers ( Le Journal de Montreal and Le Reveil du Saguenay) that have locked out their employees. “I know this is a very difficult time for you and your families,” Layton told the workers gathered in the basement of the […]

Quick Hits for Today

Quick Hits for Today

Oil over $50 per Barrel McDonald’s Sales up for 2008 Commodities Soar as US Falls Quebec Budget Battles Recession Ontario Works Numbers Up over 10% Please visit our sponsors: Please follow and like us:

Sens Beat Habs 5-4

Sens Beat Habs 5-4

Yes you lowly Sens fans can snicker and sneer.   Your team beat the Habs last night in Ottawa led by Jason Spezza’s 2 goals. You don’t get 3 point nights from Tom Kotsopoulos often and sadly Carey Price squandered a good overall performance. It’s time to let Halak be the guy as I’m not sure […]

Body Found in Field Near Cornwall

Body Found in Field Near Cornwall

LINK OPP from the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry detachment are on the scene in Harrison’s Corners, about 20 km northwest of Cornwall. They were called after the body was discovered shortly after 9:30 a.m. please visit our sponsors: Please follow and like us:

Is Claude Macintosh the Howard Stern of Cornwall?

Is Claude Macintosh the Howard Stern of Cornwall?

Claude’s Latest Claude manages to not want funding for the local new 3 pad arena and attack those that need help the most in one column.    Is it all to attract readers or is he that dense? Claude, most arena’s and facilities rent their name rights to raise money if they can.   I’m sure some […]

Marty Brodeur becomes the Greatest Goalie ever – 552

Marty Brodeur becomes the Greatest Goalie ever – 552

No Goalie has ever won as many games as Martin Brodeur.   It feels so odd saying that as I have a bit of personal history with Marty. When I ran sports card shows and repped athletes at other events in the early 90’s I had the opportunity to have Marty do his first gig for […]

Actress Natasha Richardson Dead After Skiing Accident.

Actress Natasha Richardson Dead After Skiing Accident.

Actress Natasha Richardson, wife of Liam Neeson and daughter of screen legend Vanessa Redgrave has had a horrible ski accident outside of Montreal in Mont Tremblant. FOX NEWS is reporting that she’s officially brain dead and to be removed from life support systems upon returning to her home and family. UPDATE – Ms Richardson has […]

Weekend Box Office Leaders

Weekend Box Office Leaders

TOP SIX MOVIES AT THE BOX OFFICE Race to Witch Mountain won the race coming in first place followed by: The Watchmen The Last House on the Left Taken Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail Slumdog Millionaire Please follow and like us:

Cigarette Smugglers Getting Bolder

Cigarette Smugglers Getting Bolder

LINK “We can’t ignore the problem because it’s in our face here in Cornwall,” said Sgt. Michael Harvey of that city’s RCMP detachment. Police are starting to see more crooks use “scout” vehicles to watch for cops and slow cruisers down. “Our vehicles as well have been rammed,” Harvey said. Harvey noted that investigating contraband […]

QUICK HITS for March 17

QUICK HITS for March 17

Liberals Hold Policy Convention in May Rural Ontario Generates the Most Trash per Person Eating Less Adds Years to Your Life Actress Natasha Richardson in Ski Accicent Near Montreal On Tour with Iron Maiden CBC Radio May Run Ads Just Like the Depression – Film Biz is Up Amex Closes Call Centre in Halifax Food […]

Councillor Elaine MacDonald upset about Cornwall’s Waste

Councillor Elaine MacDonald upset about Cornwall’s Waste

LINK Cornwall City Councillor Elaine Macdonald is upset about Cornwall’s waste and wants to implement a Green Box program at a cost near $1 Million dollars per year. “If we’re going to cut down on our waste, that’s what we have to go to,” said MacDonald. “It’s a systemic change that we need.” I’m not […]

Happy St. Patrick’s Day – Everyone’s Irish Today!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day – Everyone’s Irish Today!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! LINK TO WIKIPEDIA Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated worldwide by the those of Irish descent and increasingly by non-Irish people (usually in New Zealand and North America). Celebrations are generally themed around all things Irish and, by association, the colour green. Both Christians and non-Christians celebrate the secular version of […]

Huge fines for Four in tobacco busts

Four Individuals Fined $352,465 for Contraband Tobacco Ontario’s Tough Tobacco Tax Laws at Work TORONTO, March 13 /CNW/ – Four people were convicted and fined a total of $352,465 for Tobacco Tax Act offences in the Ontario Court of Justice in Cornwall, on January 22, 2009. The following individuals were found guilty of charges laid […]

Jobless Rate in Cornwall Spikes

Jobless Rate in Cornwall Spikes

LINK to Mike Peeling’s Story in the Standard Freeholder. I can tell you as someone who is looking for work in Cornwall the market is brutal; unless you’re a cronie of some politician 😉 What jobs there are, are low paying and nearly abusive.  I know one local company that besides paying minimum wage chips […]

Claude McIntosh thinks a remake is brewing…

Claude McIntosh thinks a remake is brewing…

LINK Claude McIntosh of the Standard Freeholder thinks a rematch between Guy Lauzon and Denis Sabourin is brewing. What do you think Cornwall?  In my opinion I think the change in the economy and a new Liberal leader could just be the ammo to give Mr. Lauzon a run for his money next election, that […]

Another dead wrestler found

Another dead wrestler found

LINK Andrew “Test” Martin, former WWE Wrestler was found dead in Florida Saturday.  He was 33. Police say Martin was dead when they arrived, but there was no indication of foul play. please visit our sponsors: Please follow and like us:

Marty Brodeur gets Win 551 as Habs woes continue

Marty Brodeur gets Win 551 as Habs woes continue

Giving up 48 shots in your home rink during a Play-Off drive is not the sign of a good team. There were some beacons of light.  The Habs were hitting more which was good and Halak gave another good performance other than one fluke goal, but again you can’t score if you don’t have the […]