Flowers Cornwall ( Ontario ) & Edible Blossoms for your Valentines needs

Flowers Cornwall ( Ontario ) & Edible Blossoms for your Valentines needs

Flowers Cornwall is your one stop shopping location for all your floral arrangement needs.  We have a large fresh flower cooler containing over twenty different varieties of roses and the largest assortment of fresh-cut flowers. Our selection includes tropical flowers from around the world, specialty roses (such as blue and multi-coloured rainbow roses). We also carry […]

Monday is World Day of Action – Idle No More Movement Not Slowing Down – by Don Smith

Monday is World Day of Action – Idle No More Movement Not Slowing Down – by Don Smith

Unclear if local border crossing will be Interrupted Monday January 28 2013 is a worldwide day of solidarity for Idle No More participants, with rallies planned for Parliament Hill and a number of communities in several countries including Canada and the United States. According to a January 10 post on the Idle No More website:  […]

Local Chiropractor returns Home to Cornwall Ontario – Grass not that Green South of the Border

CFN – Glen Rasmussen graduated U of T in 1977 and the Canadian Chiropractic College in 1981. He had bought his practice the year before from Dr. Jim MacDonald, who had moved to Australia. He hired his senior intern as the treating doctor, to run his practice until his graduation the next year. First day […]

LTE-A Response to “When the Money Runs Out: a wake-up call about the state of Ontario’s economy”

LTE-A Response to “When the Money Runs Out: a wake-up call about the state of Ontario’s economy”

Dear Editor: A delegation from Canadians for Language Fairness (CLF) and Language Fairness for All (LFA) attended Ontario Progressive Conservative Party LeaderTim Hudak’s meeting on Monday, January 21st at the Ottawa Convention Centre. Hudak spoke about the economic tragedy that Ontario has become under the nine-year stewardship of Dalton McGuinty, leaving us his legacy of […]

“Dr. Razz” of Comprehensive Chiropractic Rehabilitation returns to Cornwall Ontario

“Dr. Razz” of Comprehensive Chiropractic Rehabilitation returns to Cornwall Ontario

After 25 years south of the border, Cornwall’s Glen Rasmussen has returned home to the delight of many of his former chiropractic patients.  CFN viewers can read what this doctor and teacher of chiropractic has been up to all of that time by following this link. “Dr. Razz” has set up chiropractic shop at Cornwall’s […]

Valentines at Katerina’s in Cornwall Ontario February 16 Angelique Duruisseau amazing singer from Quebec portraying Edith Piaf

Valentines at Katerina’s in Cornwall Ontario February 16 Angelique Duruisseau amazing singer from Quebec portraying Edith Piaf

For about seven years now, Katerina’s Restaurant has offered a wonderful international escape right in our own back yard, around the corner from Brookdale Avenue, at 1195 Second Street West in Cornwall. They serve the best-tasting, authentic Mexican, Greek and Southwestern food in the area, in an inviting, relaxed ambiance sure to transport their guests to a […]

Spirits in Unity Column 30 – More on Emotional Fitness – Introduction by Garry “Horsetalker” Meek

Spirits in Unity  Column 30 – More on Emotional Fitness – Introduction by Garry “Horsetalker” Meek

CFN – This Column of “Spirits in Unity” is being published by CFN for the community of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry. Thanks to all those who have approached me to say that they enjoy reading this column. Knowing that someone is reading the column encourages me to keep writing about my learning experience with horsemanship. […]

South Glengarry Council accepts CAO’s advice Not to Endorse Charter Freedom of Expression – by Don Smith

South Glengarry Council accepts CAO’s advice Not to Endorse Charter Freedom of Expression – by Don Smith

CFN – After reading CAO Derik Brandt’s report online late last week, it was no surprise that last night South Glengarry Council opted not to follow in the footsteps of South Stormont Council in pledging never to violate Canadians’ inalienable and Charter Freedom of Expression with regard to choice of language on signs. In November, […]

An Epiphany Moment – by Don Smith

An Epiphany Moment – by Don Smith

CFN – On Sunday January 6th, His Excellency Marcel Damphousse, Bishop of Alexandria-Cornwall diocese, welcomed the public to a reception at the Agora Catholic Centre (former Nativity Hall) for a combined New Years / Epiphany meet and greet. Hot treats, sweets, strawberry sorbet punch as well as tea and coffee were provided, Guests were also […]

Idle No More Border Peaceful Blockade in Akwesasne by Don Smith – January 5, 2013

Idle No More Border Peaceful Blockade in Akwesasne by Don Smith – January 5, 2013

CFN – As was anticipated to be the case at several U.S./Canada borders today, the Idle No More movement, known as the Turtle Island Movement to some, demonstrated along the International border that passes through the Akwesasne Mohawk territory between Cornwall and Rooseveltown.  Estimates of the crowd size vary, but average around 1,000 participants including […]

Spirits in Unity Column 29 – A Christmas Story Introduction by Garry “Horsetalker” Meek

Spirits in Unity Column 29 – A Christmas Story Introduction by Garry “Horsetalker” Meek

CFN – This Column of “Spirits in Unity” is being published by CFN for the community of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry. Thanks to all those who have approached me to say that they enjoy reading this column. Knowing that someone is reading the column encourages me to keep writing about my learning experience with horsemanship. […]