Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne – One Year Later by Jamie Gilcig February 11, 2014

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne – One Year Later by Jamie Gilcig February 11, 2014

CFN– One of the problems with politics is that you have to filter the message and sometimes legitimate criticism is muted because of the adversarial nature of the Partisan political system. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne just celebrated one year of office.   Ms Wynne clearly was the Liberal Party making a statement when former Premier […]

Beat the Clock Special – SKY SCRAPER Banner – $99+HST Until Monday February 10th at NOON EST – CLICK FOR DETAILS

Beat the Clock Special – SKY SCRAPER Banner – $99+HST Until Monday February 10th at NOON EST – CLICK FOR DETAILS

CFN has been running some crazy Beat the Clock specials on advertising!    This is the one you value minded people have been waiting for. Especially those of you running for political office in 2014! All Beat the Clock banners specials are per month.  You can use them for any month in 2014. You can […]

Gary Samler to Run Again for Council in Cornwall Ontario – February 9, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – A familiar face is running for council for the second time.   Gary Samler, former military and poverty activist in Cornwall Ontario paid his $100.00 and will run again in 2014.  Mr. Samler also has been working with a group that supports veterans suffering from PSTD. To learn more about Gary check […]

The 11th Councilor – Today’s Guest Councilor Mark A MacDonald re BUDGET PROCESS

The 11th Councilor – Today’s Guest Councilor Mark A MacDonald re  BUDGET PROCESS

Cornwall Ontario – Part of the 11th Councilor Column will be guest appearances by current and former Municipal elected officials. Today’s guest 11th Councilor is former Cornwall Ontario Mark A MacDonald.   Mr. MacDonald also ran against Bob Kilger in the last election and ran for MPP.   When not playing music he’s involved in […]

How Dead is the Liberal Brand in SD&G Ontario? Local Provincial Riding Association AGM

Former MPP Jim Brownell returns to politics.

How Dead is the Liberal Brand in SD&G Ontario?  Local Provincial Riding Association AGM

Cornwall Ontario – James Borer was re-elected President of the Local Provincial Riding Association.   Mr. Borer’s trajectory in politics started with his own family issue that was assisted by MPP at the time, former Liberal Jim Brownell who quit before the next election. Mr. Brownell is aboard as a director along with a slew […]

The 11th Councilor by Jamie Gilcig – How Much did the Kilger Council Spend on the My Place Event that drew 67 out of 45K citizens?

CORNWALL Ontario – The City of Cornwall has spent a lot of money hiring a team of consultants to initiate a new study, in an election year, focused on Cornwall being our place.  Of course it’s phrased “My Place” and judging from the behavior of the Mayor and his cronies on council the term has […]

The 11th Councilor by Jamie Gilcig – Why did Andre Rivette Support $10K Consultant on Cornwall Ontario City Council Pay Raise Question? Jan 29, 2014

Cornwall Ontario – He’s so nice.  She’s so nice.   Look how well he dresses are not really criteria for voting for a mayor, councilor, MPP or MP; or even dog catcher.   Frankly I think many voters forget that we are electing people to spend our money and make decisions that cost us money. […]

September Oshawa Council Meeting Under Fire – Comment from Mayor John Henry & Lou DeVuono – Jan 27, 2014

September Oshawa Council Meeting Under Fire – Comment from Mayor John Henry & Lou DeVuono – Jan 27, 2014

CFN – On September 3, 2013 prior to a City of Oshawa Council meeting, City security staff met with members of the Durham Regional Police Service and provided names of four citizens to these undercover officers sighting safety concerns. (See attached) During the course of the council meeting the Mayor, John Henry directed city security […]

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Cornwall Ontario –   Everyone loves a great deal; especially in this economic climate!  You missed the $99 ads, but now is your chance for the $149+HST instead of our regular price of $399! Your ad can be placed any time during 2014 and can include photos, posters, and even embedded video!   Ads can […]

Mayor Bryan McGillis of South Stormont Confirms that He Will Run Again in 2014 as Does Deputy Mayor Hart

Mayor Bryan McGillis of South Stormont Confirms that He Will Run Again in 2014 as Does Deputy Mayor Hart

CFN – 2013 was a banner year for South Stormont Ontario.     Mayor Bryan McGillis hopes 2014 will be even better. The fiscally conservative Mayor confirmed today that he will be running again in 2014 and chatted about some of the successes in the Township this year past and hopes for next year.   […]

Provincial Elections Lead to Federal Chess Game by Maddie Di Muccio – Jan 5, 2014

Provincial Elections Lead to Federal Chess Game by Maddie Di Muccio – Jan 5, 2014

CFN – Two provincial elections expected in the spring could have huge repercussions for the federal Conservatives. Just as Ground Hog Day is a sign that spring is coming, photos of Premier Kathleen Wynne showing up at the doors of Toronto homeowners with baskets of food indicates Ontarians will soon be heading to the polls. […]

CFN Changes Anonymous Comment Policy for 2014 – CLICK FOR DETAILS

CFN Changes Anonymous Comment Policy for 2014 – CLICK FOR DETAILS

CFN – Life is about improving and making things better, and after a year of research and consultations with a lot of people we are pleased to be announcing our new comments policy on CFN. As many know there are different formats used by various news sites.    CFN manually pre moderates each comment.  For […]

2014 Municipal Election Time for Ontario – Critical Decisions to Make Come October to Bring Back Accountability by Maddie Du Muccio Dec 23, 2013

2014 Municipal Election Time for Ontario – Critical Decisions to Make Come October to Bring Back Accountability by Maddie Du Muccio Dec 23, 2013

CFN – As we close in on 2014, we head into a municipal election year.   For towns and cities across Ontario, there’s a lot at stake.   For taxpayers, it’s the frustration of seeing tax increases year after year imposed by seemingly unaccountable politicians. For politicians, it’s the classic battle between the tax-and-spend left and the […]

Is the Next Ontario Provincial Election Tim Hudak’s to Lose? Is Kathleen Wynne the New Kim Campbell? By Jamie Gilcig December 10, 2013

Is the Next Ontario Provincial Election Tim Hudak’s to Lose?  Is Kathleen Wynne the New Kim Campbell? By Jamie Gilcig December 10, 2013

CFN – Is Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne turning PC leader Tim Hudak into a viable alternative as Ontario inches its way closer to an election?   Is the trick for Mr. Hudak to say as little as possible and let horrible news like Kellogg’s closing down following the Heinz plant and insane hydro rates for […]