Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford. Mother’s Day & Covid-19 Cleanliness at CCH

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford.   Mother’s Day & Covid-19 Cleanliness at CCH

MAY 6, 2021 – “Spring has sprung. The grass is riz. I wonder where the birdies is?” Well, not around this bird feeder for sure. Bob Katz took this photo watching the big black furry squirrel, manoeuvred himself off a wooden beam to this feeder. He filled himself up with lots of seeds apparently before […]

Chief Danny Aikman Loses Internal Struggle. Set to Retire from Cornwall Police Service in 2021.

Chief Danny Aikman Loses Internal Struggle.  Set to Retire from Cornwall Police Service in 2021.

MAY 6, 2021 – You can’t fight City Hall it appears. No surprises as Cornwall Police Service Chief Danny Aikman announced his retirement after only a few years as police chief. The push by the Mayor’s camp for Deputy Chief Shawna Spowart to get the top seat was much discussed in the River City. In […]

Ottawa Teacher RICK WATKINS (DESPATIE) charged with sex related offences involving students

Ottawa Teacher RICK WATKINS (DESPATIE) charged with sex related offences involving students

APRIL 20, 2021 – The Ottawa Police Service Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Section charged a man who has been employed as a teacher, following an investigation into allegations of sexual offences involving students. In March 2021, a police investigation was commenced into incidents that occurred between the fall of 2020 and March 2021 involving […]

SD&G OPP Police Blotter for APRIL 20, 2021

SD&G OPP Police Blotter for APRIL 20, 2021

FAMILY DISPUTE LEADS TO CHARGES (SOUTH GLENGARRY,ON) – On April 17, 2021 shortly after 4:00 p.m Stormont Dundas & Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police officers responded to a report of family dispute in South Glengarry Township. Investigation revealed that a male youth had stolen money from a family member at the location. The youth was also […]

I turned $5,000 into $130,000 in Four Months. A Rags to Lower Middle Class Story. By Roy Berger

I turned $5,000 into $130,000 in Four Months.  A Rags to Lower Middle Class Story.  By Roy Berger

APRIL 11, 2021 – Okay. Okay. Let me tell this story or at least the germ of it.  About five years ago. At the time, I was what, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, fifty something? I had lost it all.  Again. For what, the fifth, sixth time? Very nice. My last five-year plan led to the obscene criminal behaviour of […]

CBSA Nab 26 Firearms at Cornwall Port of Entry

APRIL 9, 2021 – Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is committed to keeping illegal and smuggled firearms from reaching our communities. The CBSA announced today the seizure of 26 firearms and prohibited devices at the Cornwall port of entry. On March 28, 2021, Christopher Jacobs, a Quebec resident, arrived at […]

OPP Don’t Break Up South Branch Bistro Mask Burning Party in Kemptville

OPP Don’t Break Up South Branch Bistro Mask Burning Party in Kemptville

APRIL 9, 2021 – During the evening of April 8, 2021, members from the Grenville County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) attended a large gathering outside of a business on Clothier Street East, in the Municipality of North Grenville. The OPP received numerous requests to attend the area, and it is believed that […]

Teachers Bail on Bridgewood in Cornwall According to Principal – Covid-19 Crisis

Teachers Bail on Bridgewood in Cornwall According to Principal – Covid-19 Crisis

APRIL 6, 2021 – A wave of teachers walking from schools as they push for vaccines seems to be have hit Cornwall. Principal Jennifer Perry cites a staff shortage while claiming that there is only one case in the school. According to the letter in person learning is scheduled to return after Spring break, on […]

Self Inflicted 3rd Wave Covid-19 Lockdown in Ontario to Happen Because of Ford Gov’t Failure. By Jamie Gilcig

Self Inflicted 3rd Wave Covid-19 Lockdown in Ontario to Happen Because of Ford Gov’t Failure.  By Jamie Gilcig

March 31, 2021 – One would think after a year of a world wide pandemic that best practices would be the rule of the day for the largest province in Canada. Sadly we have failed, and that failure starts at the top. Too many rules without enforcement send the wrong messages to the public. Too […]

Tiny Home Fraud in Carleton Place Ontario

Tiny Home Fraud in Carleton Place Ontario

MARCH 16, 2021 – The Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and Lanark County Crime Unit have laid charges in a major fraud investigation which began in November 2019. As a result of the initial complaint in Lanark County, the investigation into this incident led to the identification of over ten separate […]

Mark A MacDonald & L’Association Renaissance Active in the East End of Cornwall.

Mark A MacDonald & L’Association Renaissance Active in the East End of Cornwall.

MARCH 16, 2021 – L’ASSOCIATION RENAISSANCE ASSOCIATION IS A NON-PROFIT GROUP THAT IS WORKING WITH THE LE VILLAGE BIA AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS AND IS COMMITTED TO THE REJUVENATION OF THE RENAISSANCE DISTRICT BY CONTINUING TO BUILD ON CHUCK CHARLEBOIS’S VISION FOR THE AREA. THE NEWLY-FORMED GROUP WILL FOLLOW IN HIS FOOTSTEPS AND FOCUS ON ACTIVITIES […]

Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Cornwall Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics

Seniors Situation Room.  By Dawn Ford – Cornwall Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics

MARCH 8, 2021 – On television we see the lineups outside the COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Must be a cold wait for some people, seniors included. Our vaccination clinic will be soon opening at the Civic Complex which is a big building and hopefully no one will have to wait outside because it is a very […]

Freshco Claims EOHU Allows Cashiers to Wear Faceshields Only as Variants Land in Cornwall. By Jamie Gilcig

Freshco Claims EOHU Allows Cashiers to Wear Faceshields Only as Variants Land in Cornwall.  By Jamie Gilcig

FEBRUARY 25, 2021 – CFN collates Covid-19 info on our main facebook page. As many know, yours truly has been focused on Covid since December 2019 and trying, many times facing abuse, to get authorities and stores in Cornwall to take the Pandemic seriously. Many times it feels like Noah’s Ark meets Groundhog Day. While […]

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