August 5, 2022 – Canada Day had come and gone . Some seniors were talking about the ‘old days’, many moons ago when the fathers would bring the fireworks to the curb outside their homes and light them up. All down the street were big blasts of colour as the fireworks hit the air. Some… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room – By Dawn Ford – Has it really been ten years?
JUNE 17, 2022 – June Is Senior’s Month in some Canadian Provinces including Ontario. A big thank you to all our wonderful seniors in Cornwall who donate their time in various ways to help others in our community. Kudos. From the 1956 movie Carousel, the song by Rogers and Hammerstein, “June is Bustin’ Out All… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford JUNE is Seniors Month!
May 26, 2022 – This is a time to watch for animals and children left in hot cars. Some people think that it is safe with the windows open, even a bit but only more hot air is going in. There is a lot of info about this problem on the internet. If you see… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford. Don’t Leave Pets & Kids in Cars in the Heat.
WARRANT Cornwall, ON – Gabriel Yeboah, 27, of Caledon, Ontario, was arrested on May 20th, 2022, on an outstanding warrant. It is alleged that on April 13th, 2022, the man was scheduled to attend for fingerprints, failed to do so, and a warrant was issued. On May 20th, 2022, the man attended Police Headquarters to… Continue reading Busy Weekend of Crime in Cornwall Ontario POLICE BLOTTER – May 26, 2022
May 21, 2022 – Cornwall is starting to reel at the loss of a critical health service. The McConnell walk in clinic, situated right next to the hospital, is shutting down leaving thousands of area residents at a loss for healthcare and surely what will add more pressure to hospital emergency services. Cornwall, a failing… Continue reading McConnell Walk in Clinic CLOSING in Cornwall Highlights Community Health Care Failure in Crisis. By Jamie Gilcig
May 20, 2022 – It’s amazing how some people try to be things they are not. The truly best poutine on the planet is in Quebec. It’s an institution in the province, and while the dish is greatly copied and improvised in many places, if you truly want great poutine you have to go to… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario Does Not Have Great Poutine. By Jamie Gilcig
ASSAULT/RESIST ARREST, UTTER THREATS, MISCHIEF Cornwall, ON – Robert Cadieux, 55, of Cornwall was arrested on May 9th, 2022, and charged with assault with intent to resist arrest, uttering threats, and mischief under $5000. While police were present on an unrelated matter, it is alleged that on May 9th, 2022, the man began threatening police and struck… Continue reading Cornwall Worm King Charged w Assault & Resist Arrest #CPS Police Blotter MAY 11, 2022
May 4, 2022 – Well, we’ve had our April showers, so here come our May flowers. I saw a wee little crocus peeking it’s head and tiny leaves through a muddy spot. So teeny-weeny yet making it through the earth. Beautiful to see and watch each day as it grows into a lovely little flower.… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room – Happy 106th Birthday to Edna Dorey & Happy Mother’s Day! By Dawn Ford
APRIL 21, 2022 – Patrick Diebel had it just about all in Cornwall. VP at Morbern and perks, like travelling. He also apparently had a penchant for sex with under age girls and will now has pled guilty according to documents. The defense argued for House arrest, but at the end of the day Mr.… Continue reading PATRICK DIEBEL Sentenced to 5 Year Prison in US For Child Sex Crimes After Plea.
APRIL 20, 2022 – Some Seniors were talking about how much fun It was coming out of a musical movie in the 50’s. We were usually laughing or singing as kids having just seen ‘Oklahoma’ or ‘Singing in the Rain’. You had to have at least 12 cents to get in and if you were… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room By Dawn Ford Looking for Lifeline Funding for Seniors
April 4, 2022 – Sadly I work in a town that has been #covid derelict since day one. Part of it is our $400K man Paul Roumeliotis who refused to have Covid laws enforced, and allowed Randy Hillier to have multiple rallies on the grounds of our local health unit. This area has one of… Continue reading Yes, it’s time to Boycott Shopping in Cornwall Ontario until Covid Mask Mandates return. By Jamie Gilcig
April 4, 2022 – For many of us struggling through Covid in Ontario it feels like the Ford Government secretly supports the Randy Hillier crowd. Horrible take back of mask mandates as a sixth wave of a World Wide pandemic that has killed over 5 million people and you can’t even shop safely. The public… Continue reading Doug Ford Gas Tax Redux is Blatant Hypocrisy & Vote Pandering
MARCH 21, 2022 – The Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Ontario Provincial (OPP) crime unit has arrested three young people following an investigation into criminal harassment in the South Glengarry Township. On March 5, 2022, the SD&G OPP Crime Unit initiated an investigation regarding an historical criminal harassment and on March 10, 2022 two female young… Continue reading SD&G Teen Girls Charged w Counselling Suicide by OPP
MARCH 20, 2022 – March came in like a lion. I could hardly see out of my window at times. That means or is supposed to mean, that March will go out like a lamb. Let’s hope. March is a busy month. Daylight saving time starts March 13th. My Mom always said the change was… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Springtime!
There are a huge number of cities in the world that have both many advantages and many disadvantages. Some are located in industrial areas where it is impossible to live and contemplate the beauty of nature, others, on the contrary, are located in heavenly corners of the earth, but the provision of amenities leaves much… Continue reading 5 Main Reasons to Love and Appreciate Cornwall: From the Beauties of Nature to the Provision of Amenities
March 1, 2022 – Recovery Care is working with Cornwall Community Hospital’s (CCH) Community Addiction and Mental Health Services to improve access to addictions care for vulnerable or underserved areas in Cornwall by launching a new mobile clinic. The mobile clinic will provide individuals a variety of services under one roof, including assessment, support, education and… Continue reading Mobile Addiction & Mental Health Clinic Starts in Cornwall on March 7th 2022
FEBRUARY 20, 2022 – February is Heart Month. It is a time for not only fundraising but also to raise awareness of the heart and stroke problems which can be of a higher risk for individuals with an unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, unhealthy weight, smoking, stress and excessive use of alcohol and drug use. Early… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford. February is Heart Month & Remembering Bob & Dorris Turner
FEBRUARY 11, 2022 – Cornwall area lawyer Maurice Gatien has been working for a few generations now, but until Covid he’s never seen anger in his face to the point that he was assaulted in his office Tuesday February 8th which resulted in a trip to CCH via ambulance. His assailant was wearing a mask….and… Continue reading Cornwall Lawyer Maurice Gatien Attacked in Office Over Covid 19 Vaccine Mandates. By Jamie Gilcig