HOCKEY CRUNCH Habs End Cinderella Cup Run. Time to say Goodbye to Bergy, Ducharme, Price & Weber. By Jamie Gilcig

July 8, 2021 – What a wild ride this season has been. There’s been some good, but more bad ultimately. The Free Agent pick ups worked out really well. Sadly, some of those character guys that GM Marc Bergevin built this time around kinda punked out. This edition of the Habs reminds me of the… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH Habs End Cinderella Cup Run. Time to say Goodbye to Bergy, Ducharme, Price & Weber. By Jamie Gilcig

HOCKEYCRUNCH Can Habs Go From Boys to Men vs Tampa for Lord Stanley’s Cup? By Jamie Gilcig

JUNE 29, 2021 – I turned off game 1 right after the first goal. I’d seen enough and hoped that the team could turn it around. You see, as the NHL’s first analytics guru for the Habs back in the 90’s you learn things. What I saw was Tampa laying it hard on Montreal; not… Continue reading HOCKEYCRUNCH Can Habs Go From Boys to Men vs Tampa for Lord Stanley’s Cup? By Jamie Gilcig

Leafs Crumble from 3-1 Series Lead as Habs Move to Round 2 – HOCKEYCRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig

JUNE 1, 2021 – When your GM shows up at the game looking like a low rent gay porn star fluffer from the 70’s you know you’re going to win, and that’s exactly what the Montreal Canadiens did. Somehow. Did the Habs win or Leafs lose? There is a difference. Carey Price was good enough.… Continue reading Leafs Crumble from 3-1 Series Lead as Habs Move to Round 2 – HOCKEYCRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig

No Fans @ Leafs Game 7 – Blame Ontario Premier Doug Ford & Randy Hillier. By Jamie Gilcig

MAY 30, 2021 – The Habs allowed 2500 rabid fans to attend game six of the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs which was a cathartic celebration for those who have endured the Covid-19 Pandemic, but it wasn’t a high risk US style move. It was a reward for a community that has worked… Continue reading No Fans @ Leafs Game 7 – Blame Ontario Premier Doug Ford & Randy Hillier. By Jamie Gilcig

Yeah, I want the Habs to Bring Patrick Roy Back . By Jamie Gilcig HOCKEY CRUNCH

APRIL 26, 2021 – It’s been a frustrating time for Habs fans. Yes, we will make the play offs. We might even win a round before getting crushed out because the team, while improved, still hasn’t addressed its core issues, but there are 31 teams this season and only one gets to win. With the… Continue reading Yeah, I want the Habs to Bring Patrick Roy Back . By Jamie Gilcig HOCKEY CRUNCH

Conrad Black On the Epic Fail of The Conservatives & Erin O’Toole OPINION #cdnpoli

APRIL 11, 2021 – The incompetent Liberals may win the next election. The only explanation for this is the traditional unfeasibility of the Conservative party. It is almost unimaginable, given the horrifying shambles that the present federal government has made of almost everything, that it is potentially on the brink of a premature election, confident… Continue reading Conrad Black On the Epic Fail of The Conservatives & Erin O’Toole OPINION #cdnpoli

HOCKEY CRUNCH Can Habs Swing a Deal with Anaheim for Max Comtois? By Jamie Gilcig

FEBRUARY 25, 2021 – This is not a rumour. This is not based on chatting with insiders. This is from the NHL’s first Analytics and statographer, your truly, after analyzing the Habs situation during this season and seeing a window for team advancement with the hiring of the team’s new coach, Dominique Ducharme. (Wishing you… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH Can Habs Swing a Deal with Anaheim for Max Comtois? By Jamie Gilcig

Price’s Poor Play Leads to Julien Firing in Montreal. Muller Gone too. HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig

FEBRUARY 24, 2021 – When you’ve watched and worked in hockey as long as yours truly has you develop instincts. My instinct since very early of Carey Price’s career is that he would never win in Montreal. Carey is a great goalie, but to win in Montreal you need to either not appear to care… Continue reading Price’s Poor Play Leads to Julien Firing in Montreal. Muller Gone too. HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig

How Canadians Use Their Smartphone

Increased smartphone usage is a global trend, but it’s of particular note in Canada, which has one of the highest rates of smartphone use (per population) in the world. Currently, there are nearly 30 million mobile internet users in Canada, which equates to some 75% of the population, and it’s a trend that’s only expected… Continue reading How Canadians Use Their Smartphone

Yes, it’s time to save and support local Media, especially this outlet. By Jamie Gilcig

FEBRUARY 13, 2021 – Being an Independent media outlet is a challenge. It was before Covid-19, but during the pandemic many media outlets have been decimated with thousands of journalists and broadcasters losing their jobs. CFN is on life support. It has been in the red now for several years thanks to a conspiratorial boycott… Continue reading Yes, it’s time to save and support local Media, especially this outlet. By Jamie Gilcig

Olymel Paid Ransom After Personal Info of Current & Past Workers Hacked.

JANUARY 28, 2021 – A frustrated former Olymel worker shared a letter dated January 21, 2021 which confirms the Company which has over 15,000 workers across Canada paid a ransom after being hacked. An Olymel rep confirmed to CFN that the letter, signed by Martin Juneau, was legit. While the worker that shared this with… Continue reading Olymel Paid Ransom After Personal Info of Current & Past Workers Hacked.

Costco Proves That Masks Really Do Work – Big Box Stores are Safer Than Small Ones & Randy Hillier Needs to be Fined & Jailed OPINION – By Jamie Gilcig

NOVEMBER 28, 2020 – So I went to Costco yesterday for the first time in over a decade. There wasn’t a huge line as it was early in the morning so I thought I’d chance it. I bought the high end membership took my cart and entered the store. Everyone was masked up. There were… Continue reading Costco Proves That Masks Really Do Work – Big Box Stores are Safer Than Small Ones & Randy Hillier Needs to be Fined & Jailed OPINION – By Jamie Gilcig

It’s Time for the Ford Government to Get Tough on COVID-19. Here’s How. By Jamie Gilcig PETITION

NOVEMBER 13, 2020 – As we see COVID-19 numbers starting to spike with a long Winter ahead it’s time for the Ford Government to truly govern this pandemic. Some problems you can write a cheque to fix. Healthcare staff are limited. We only have so many and can only add so many. We need to… Continue reading It’s Time for the Ford Government to Get Tough on COVID-19. Here’s How. By Jamie Gilcig PETITION

What are the Functions of the Kahnawake Gaming Commission?

Gaming commissions are in charge of gaming regulations. Each region in Canada has its gambling agency that looks at the betting affairs. It is a fact that these gaming agencies are created to monitor, issue, and regulate all betting operations in the country. This article will discuss extensively all information required about the Kahnawake gaming commission.… Continue reading What are the Functions of the Kahnawake Gaming Commission?

Wrestling Among the Mohawks & George Floyd. By Doug George-Kanentiio

There is appropriate anger in the US over the killing of George Floyd in May, caused by a choke hold and compression on his neck by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.   Despite many witnesses, some of whom recorded Floyd’s death and pleaded with Chauvin to release his knee which was forcing Floyd’s face… Continue reading Wrestling Among the Mohawks & George Floyd. By Doug George-Kanentiio

#OPP Part of Biggest Fentanyl Bust in Canadian History 061820

(TORONTO, ON) – Enforcement action has taken place in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in relation to the production and trafficking of fentanyl pills. Several individuals have been arrested under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA). Project JAVELIN began in April 2020 with the investigation into a suspected methamphetamine production operation in Durham and Halton regions.… Continue reading #OPP Part of Biggest Fentanyl Bust in Canadian History 061820

CFN Petition for Ontario to Remove Paul Roumeliotis as Public Health Officer After Food Basics Incident in Cornwall.

After numerous and historical issues with the Eastern Ontario Health Unit while serving as Public Health Officer, we the undersigned as that during this COVID 19 Pandemic the Province of Ontario takes immediate action after the incident involving the Food Basics store on Brookdale Avenue. The public’s safety has to come first and clearly Mr.… Continue reading CFN Petition for Ontario to Remove Paul Roumeliotis as Public Health Officer After Food Basics Incident in Cornwall.

SD&G #OPP Nab Toronto Car Thieves From Montreal Near Lancaster 033020

OPP STREET CRIME AND HSD OFFICERS STOP STOLEN CARS & ARREST 2 (LANCASTER, ON) – Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) and Highway Safety Division (HSD) have recovered two stolen vehicles and arrested two suspects. On March 29, 2020 at approximately 10:00 a.m., HSD officers from the Stormont, Dundas and… Continue reading SD&G #OPP Nab Toronto Car Thieves From Montreal Near Lancaster 033020

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