OBITUARY – DUMOULIN Chantal Denise September 4, 1976 – August 14, 2014 – Cornwall Ontario

OBITUARY – DUMOULIN Chantal Denise September 4, 1976 – August 14, 2014 – Cornwall Ontario

Cherished daughter of Diane Shay & Bill O’Brien, Stepdaughter of Dan & Laila Dumoulin suddenly passed away on Thursday, August 14, 2014 at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, Intensive Care Unit.  Chantal dearly missed by her family and friends who loved her so very much.  Dearest sister of David Dumoulin and fiancée Kim Nowickyj, stepdaughter of Stephen Shay.   Former spouse & […]

Cornwall Police Services Notify Public that the Seaway International Bridge in Cornwall Ontario is CLOSED Aug 13, 2014 UPDATED

Cornwall Police Services Notify Public that the Seaway International Bridge in Cornwall Ontario is CLOSED Aug 13, 2014 UPDATED

CORNWALL Ontario – The Seaway International Bridge is now closed as the fire department investigates a gas leak. Please avoid the area so that the authorities investigate and repair.  We will update as soon as it reopens.  UPDATE 5:13 PM As per the CPS the bridge is now open to the public after what has been […]

I announce I’m IN TO WIN in 2014. Clarify Rumors & Police Announcement – August 5, 2014

I announce I’m  IN TO WIN in 2014.   Clarify Rumors & Police Announcement – August 5, 2014

Last week I sent out press releases to area media.  It invited members of the press to attend my conference in front of City Hall. Only one outlet showed up and I gave out my information and was asked some good questions as the reporter is one of our better ones in this city. One […]

Township Of South Stormont Ontario Bulletin – August 2014 – Check Them Out On Facebook Now Too!

Township Of South Stormont Ontario Bulletin – August 2014 – Check Them Out On Facebook Now Too!

TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH STORMONT Contact Information Town Hall Telephone: 613-534-8889 or 1-800-265-3915 Fax: 613-534-2280 Address: 2 Mille Roches Road, PO Box 84, Long Sault, ON K0C 1P0 Email Address: info@southstormont.ca Council Mayor Bryan McGillis 613-937-3116 bmcgillis@southstormont.ca   Deputy Mayor Tammy Hart 613-984-2543      thart@southstormont.ca   Councillor Cindy Woods 613-537-2977 cwoods@southstormont.ca   Councillor Barry Brownlee 613-537-9753   Councillor […]

Heat Alert in Cornwall Ontario as Temperatures to hit 40c with Humidex – July 22, 2014

Heat Alert in Cornwall Ontario as Temperatures to hit 40c with Humidex – July 22, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario –  There’s a HEAT ALERT for the Cornwall Ontario area for today as temps are expected to hit 40c with the humidex. That means stay hydrated with extra care for seniors and those with health related issues. Also, leaving children and pets is even more of a danger than normal. Rains are expected […]

The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario Concert Listings for August 2014!

The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario Concert Listings for August 2014!

  Summer & Fall are heating up at The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario! Saturday August 16th Winston Marley opens for The Bayou Boys Tribute to CCR! Friday August 22 Nelson Colt Tribute to George Strait! Saturday August 23 Ring of Fire The Johnny Cash Experience! Led Zeppelin A theatrical presentation by Mothership All events […]

Last Chance to Walk Across The Seaway International Bridge – JULY 8th 2014 CLICK FOR DETAILS

Last Chance to Walk Across The Seaway International Bridge – JULY 8th 2014 CLICK FOR DETAILS

CORNWALL Ontario – Area residents get a last chance to walk over the Northern section of the Seaway International  bridge in Cornwall.   From the press release: The Seaway International Bridge Corporation, Ltd. (SIBC) in collaboration with The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (FBCL) invites all members of the community to walk the old North Channel […]

Christmas in July is Evergreen! Special Ad Offer from Cornwall’s Most Read Newspaper Online!

Christmas in July is Evergreen!  Special Ad Offer from Cornwall’s Most Read Newspaper Online!

Christmas in July is a Local Shopping Initiative in the Region sponsored by The Cornwall Free News & The South Stormont News It’s a great opportunity for businesses, artists, organizations, charities, and any entity to promote themselves during these fiscally difficult times! For only $39+ HST your business card or banner will be on our […]

June Lihou Report! CFN by the Numbers – We Break Our Single Month Unique Visitor Record! AD DEAL ALERT!

June Lihou Report!  CFN by the Numbers – We Break Our Single Month Unique Visitor Record!  AD DEAL ALERT!

CORNWALL Ontario – It’s time for our June 2014 Lihou Report; named after Seaway News Editor Todd Lihou, who raved about their numbers without really giving any numbers.    His narrative inspired this new name change in our numbers reporting as CFN has always tried to be upfront about the support we get from you; our amazing […]

Don’t Be Left Out! Get Your Print Ad in The South Stormont News Today!

Don’t Be Left Out!  Get Your Print Ad in The South Stormont News Today!

 The deadline is coming up for your print ad in The South Stormont News. Our first edition in  print was very well received! Larger font for older eyes, multiple crossword and Suduko puzzles and content you care about! All on full colour, and printed on White-Brite paper instead of grey newsprint! For your advertising needs in print […]

CFN Coming to Print in July! Book Your Ad Early! CLICK FOR DETAILS! June 2, 2014

CFN Coming to Print in July!  Book Your Ad Early!  CLICK FOR DETAILS! June 2, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – We had such a great experience printing The South Stormont News that we are about to move forward in July with the CFN print edition! It’s been a long time coming, and gives us a chance to expand our coverage and try a few new things.    For some in our audience […]

Cornwall Police Service Seek Public Assistance with Collision Incidents MAY 27, 2014 CPS

Cornwall Police Service Seek Public Assistance with Collision Incidents MAY 27, 2014  CPS

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE             Cornwall,ON – The Cornwall Community Police Service are investigating two separate collisions that occurred in the month of May, 2014 and are asking the public that if anyone has witnessed these incidents or have any information about the matters to call Cst. Matt Dupuis at 933-5000 ext 2755. The first incident occurred […]

Ontario Appeal Win Means Non Licencees Cannot Appear For Landlord Tenant Board Hearings

Ontario Appeal Win Means Non Licencees Cannot Appear For Landlord Tenant Board Hearings

CFN –  A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision is good news for Paralegal’s and lawyers in the province as Land Lords will no longer be able to have property managers handle certain duties. The Law Society of Upper Canada vs Enzo Vincent Chiarelli of May 14, 2014 upheld an earlier decison. Local Paralegal James […]

Hurricane Hart to be Dinged Four Weeks Pay After Integrity Commissioner’s Report in South Stormont

Hurricane Hart to be Dinged Four Weeks Pay After Integrity Commissioner’s Report in South Stormont

CFN – South Stormont Deputy Mayor Tammy Hart was taken to task, again, by Integrity Commissioner Robert Swayze. LINK TO AGENDA In the agenda for this week’s township meeting council will vote to accept the recommendations that she forfeit four weeks salary. Can you blame her council or staffers for being fed up with Ms […]

CFN Beat the CLOCK Ad Special! Buy before Tuesday May 13, 2014 at NOON – CLICK FOR DETAILS!

CFN Beat the CLOCK Ad Special!   Buy before Tuesday May 13, 2014 at NOON – CLICK FOR DETAILS!

Today’s BEAT THE CLOCK special are our 240×140 banner ads. (example of size) We now offer four different home page slots for your rotating banner (hot linked to your web presence of choice) Until Tuesday May 13, 2014 at noon you can nab your space for only $39.99+HST per month!  * No hitches, no catches! […]

Mother Nature Allows Kashechewan Residents to Remain Home – May 9, 2014

Mother Nature Allows Kashechewan Residents to Remain Home – May 9, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – A last minute change of plans delayed over 600 residents of Kashechewan from having to fly into Cornwall Ontario. The NAV CAN staff were in full gear preparation according to sources. – signage was being created to direct  evacuees as to where and where not to go at the NavCanada premises. – […]

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