Lifelines & The Twist – Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford

Lifelines & The Twist – Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford

It was probably in school that we learned the poem: ‘Thirty days hath September April, June and November. All the rest have thirty- one, Except for February, twenty eight. But in leap year, twenty nine’. There are versions of it on the web site that rhyme even more. I think we learned it in school […]

Seniors Situation Room – Heart & Stroke Month By Dawn Ford

Seniors Situation Room – Heart & Stroke Month By Dawn Ford

FEBRUARY 12, 2023 – February is Heart and Stroke Month. It is a time not only for fundraising but also to raise awareness of the heart and stroke problems which can be of higher risk apparently for individuals with an unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, unhealthy weight, smoking, stress and excessive use of alcohol and drug […]

How Many Lives Will Ford Gov’t Neglect of Healthcare System Cost Ontario? By Jamie Gilcig

How Many Lives Will Ford Gov’t Neglect of Healthcare System Cost Ontario? By Jamie Gilcig

January 19, 2023 – It’s been a scary few years in Ontario when it comes to health care. The system was already strained and corrupted BEFORE Covid. When the virus hit it truly exposed our greatest weaknesses. The lack of care for elders and those that needed Long Term Care. Psychological and mental health support. […]

Seniors Situation Room – By Dawn Ford – A New Book on Cornwall Ontario

Seniors Situation Room – By Dawn Ford – A New Book on Cornwall Ontario

December 6, 2022 – In her book, The Friendly Town That Grew (A Reminiscence of Cornwall, Ontario), Eileen Merkley describes the Bywash as a ‘real people place’. She says that water ran down a cement slope to froth into small churning rapids and into a deep pool. She describes it as an inch or two […]

4 Cornwall Connected Charged Related to Children by OPP PROJECT MAVERICK

4 Cornwall Connected Charged Related to Children by OPP PROJECT MAVERICK

December 1, 2022 – Hundreds of charges have been laid across Ontario, a snapshot of the work done by investigators and analysts that make up the Provincial Strategy to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse and Exploitation on the Internet (Provincial Strategy). The results of the investigations completed in October, named Project MAVERICK, were announced in a video release […]

Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Blue Jays & Time for Covid Boosters & Flu Shots.

Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Blue Jays & Time for Covid Boosters & Flu Shots.

November 20, 2022 – Some seniors were talking about what would have been the scenario had there been a strike when we were kids in school. A lot of our Mothers were at home. We don’t think that we would have been having lessons., remote learning or otherwise. No computers in those days. More likely […]

Ottawa Man Charged in Fentanyl & Oxy OPP Bust in Cornwall Ontario

Ottawa Man Charged in Fentanyl & Oxy OPP Bust in Cornwall Ontario

NOVEMBER 17, 2022 – The Stormont Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged one individual with possession of illegal drugs.  On November 16, 2022, the SD&G Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) executed several warrants at three residences in Cornwall, Ontario. One individual was arrested for possession of suspected fentanyl and […]

CDSBEO Tells Parents Schools Will be Closed as CUPE & Ford Govt Huff & Puff @ Kids Expense in Ontario. By Jamie Gilcig POLL

CDSBEO Tells Parents Schools Will be Closed as CUPE & Ford Govt Huff & Puff @ Kids Expense in Ontario.  By Jamie Gilcig POLL

November 3, 2022 – The Catholic School board in the Cornwall & SD&G area are giving parents notice that schools will be closed if CUPE goes on Strike Friday. The Ford Government is preemptively triggering the Notwithstanding clause which seems barbaric. At issue is the polarity of both sides. The Union, which clearly is Anti […]

SEVERAL STOLEN VEHICLES RECOVERED BY SD&G OPP – CHARGES LAID

SEVERAL STOLEN VEHICLES RECOVERED BY SD&G OPP – CHARGES LAID

OCTOBER 31, 2022 – From October 17 to October 30, 2022, the Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry Detachment (SD&G) of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) intercepted nine high-end stolen vehicles travelling the Highway 401 corridor. SD&G officers patrolling the highway use keen observation skills and investigative techniques to identify stolen vehicles and stop them. Often, the […]

Seniors Situation Room Remembering Princess Elizabeth 1951 Visit to Cornwall Ontario – By Dawn Ford

Seniors Situation Room  Remembering Princess Elizabeth 1951 Visit to Cornwall Ontario – By Dawn Ford

The tenants of Beek Lindsay Seniors Residence had a nice visit with furry little pets recently. Mandy of Wytrueharvatt Farm brought two beautiful white rabbits, a small little rooster and two little white kitty Tickles. Everyone enjoyed holding a little pet for awhile. The Farm is all inclusive and offers 60 , 45 or 30 […]

So I Went to the Permit Me Meeting in Cornwall Ontario. By Jamie Gilcig

So I Went to the Permit Me Meeting in Cornwall Ontario.   By Jamie Gilcig

October 27, 2022 – So I went to the Permit Me meeting at Echo Trends in Cornwall last night. It’s a small group who are upset at permit abuse by the City of Cornwall Ontario. Essentially the city abusively enforces Building Codes which leads to heavy cost and time burden to those who are not […]

Cornwall Ontario CAO Maureen Adams Checks Out After Election Results. Takes Gig in SD&G. Should City Workers Have to Live in the City? By Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario CAO Maureen Adams Checks Out After Election Results.   Takes Gig in SD&G. Should City Workers Have to Live in the City? By Jamie Gilcig

October 26, 2022 – The first change occurred after the election. CAO Maureen Adams has shifted from bloating Cornwall’s taxes, and moved to SD&G where she will take over for Tim Simpson. Ms Adams is a resident of Long Sault. More changes are expected at City Hall as residents frustrations are growing in volume and […]

Low Voter Turnout in 2022 Cornwall Ontario Municipal Election Leads to Limp Roster Slate. By Jamie Gilcig

Low Voter Turnout in 2022 Cornwall Ontario Municipal Election Leads to Limp Roster Slate. By Jamie Gilcig

October 25, 2022 – I was asked by many viewers why we didn’t do more coverage about this election. Frankly there wasn’t much to cover. Almost none of those running actually had any real grasp of being in office or how media work. None of the candidates really had solutions to the grave issues facing […]

Cornwall Ontario Lawyer MAURICE GATIEN Suspended by Law Society of Ontario Due to Professional Misconduct

Cornwall Ontario Lawyer MAURICE GATIEN Suspended by Law Society of Ontario Due to Professional Misconduct

Conduct Proceeding – September 29, 2022 Maurice Henri Gatien (the respondent), was found to have engaged in professional misconduct on the following established allegation: 1) Contrary to s. 49.3(2) of the Law Society Act and Rule 7.1-1 of the Rules of Professional Conduct, from January 2022 and continuing until the present time, the respondent has […]

City Hall Building Permit Scandal in Cornwall Ontario Impacts Housing Crisis. By Jamie Gilcig

City Hall Building Permit Scandal in Cornwall Ontario Impacts Housing Crisis.  By Jamie Gilcig

October 7, 2022 – Not everyone has the resources that ROTHMAR Holdings CEO Aaron Bell does. He hired renowned PR firm Edelman who managed to get CTV to come to Cornwall and help expose just a hint of the mess that lies at a very corrupt City Hall. Rothmar claims: Rothmar has issued 4 applications […]

Seniors Situation Room – By Dawn Ford – Has it really been ten years?

Seniors Situation Room – By Dawn Ford – Has it really been ten years?

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 […]

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