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
JANUARY 27, 2021 – SD&G area Paralegal James Moak of Cornwallparalegal.com has been nominated for the inaugural Paralegal award by the Carleton County Law Association. (CCLA) Mr. Moak has been very busy, even through this pandemic, as his Kingston and Ottawa offices have been expanding. He also spearheaded what is referred to as “Moak Law”… Continue reading Eastern Ontario Paralegal James Moak Nominated by CCLA for Inaugural Award.
What can be more essential during this pandemic than having a reliable vehicle when you need it? Call the folks at Steve Fitzgerald Motors in Cornwall Ontario to make your Covid-19 safe appointment to get into a vehicle today! Dial 613 932 4514 or visit them @ 125 Cornwall Centre Rd in Cornwall
JULY 6, 2020 – It might have taken awhile, but Eastern Ontario has decreed that staff and customers mask in. Months into the Coronavirus Pandemic there still is no real treatment or cure. The Cornwall area is a particularly vulnerable area. It not only is close to the Quebec border, which many locals complain about… Continue reading Eastern Ontario & Ottawa Make Wearing a Face Mask Mandatory Indoors #COVID19
If you are providing services during this crisis or just need the word spread email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our part to help you do our part. Delivery service? Community service? Public notices? Online? Please remember that CFN is a lot more than Cornwall. Our large audiences from Montreal to Toronto read… Continue reading CFN Covid 19 Coronavirus SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY PAY AS YOU CAN Ad Deal 032320
If you value truly Independent media and want us to keep delivering the content you want to read here on CFN or our social media channels now is the time to dig deep and send an e interac viewer donation to email@example.com Without your support we simply will not have the resources to continue to… Continue reading CFN Viewer Donation Appeal MARCH 13, 2020
I’ve been working on this for nearly two weeks as more info and developments keep occurring. As many who have been following this pandemic know it’s evolving and spreading with confirmed cases as close as Montreal. The biggest hurdle for public safety is that people don’t have to be exhibiting symptoms to be contagious. So… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario Guide to Surviving COVID 19 Coronavirus. By Jamie Gilcig 03052020
WARRANT Cornwall, ON – A 30-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on October 25th, 2019 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged on October 14th, the man assaulted his common-law-wife, causing an injury that required medical attention. The man also allegedly choked her and damaged her phone. Police were contacted and a warrant was… Continue reading Kingston Man Charged w Sexual Assault of Under 16 Cornwall Girl POLICE BLOTTER #CPS 102819
Thanks to some last minute donations, CFN in a limited capacity, is allowing comments until September 30, 2019. We’re hoping to see the public step up and support comments. This newspaper doesn’t get hand outs from the Federal government like certain other media do so it’s up to our community and amazing viewers to make… Continue reading Limited Donations Keep Comments Alive on CFN, Barely! Time to Act! 081719
We’ve had a lot of feedback since we announced that we would stop allowing viewer comments on CFN stories after July 31, 2019. So after a lot of internal discussion we decided to allow those that want it to stay to put their money where their mouths are. If we receive enough viewer donations by… Continue reading Will You Pony UP to Keep CFN Viewer Comments Alive After July 31, 2019?
The Landlord and Tenant Board supported Moak Law and enforced the Law Society Act at a recent hearing in Kingston Ontario. This decision, EAL-80406-19, clearly states that only the owner or someone authorized under the Law Society Act may select,draft, or complete, any document used in an application to the Landlord and Tenant board, regardless… Continue reading Landlord & Tenant Board Upholds Moak Law @ Kingston Hearing 053019
Cornwall & Kingston area veteran Paralegal James Moak has championed and fought for the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board to no longer accept unlicensed representatives to appear before tribunals in contradiction to the Law Society Act. In a case heard in March of 2019 it was determined: “The applicant is not the “Landlord” as defined… Continue reading RECENT Ontario Landlord Tenant Board Case Highlights Moak Law Success 040519
Freezing drizzle and icky Winter conditions have cancelled all school buses today in the Cornwall area. Expect more rain and potential flooding in some areas before temps warm up overnight tonight before freezing up on Tuesday. Stay tuned to CFN for all your weather alerts and updates! Warnings 4:50 AM EST Monday 04 February 2019Freezing… Continue reading ALERT All School Buses Cancelled for the Cornwall Ontario Region MONDAY FEB 4, 2019
It’s not everyday a business in Cornwall celebrates its 10th Anniversary! CFN has decided to do so by offering a heavily discounted banner ad deal for the Month of January 2019! E Interac us your payment to firstname.lastname@example.org as well as emailing us your 300×250 (or smaller) ad banner and hyperlink. It’s that easy. Space… Continue reading CFN Pre 10th Anniversary Banner Sale! $9.99 for January 2019!
Ontario can no longer claim the shortest median wait time for medically necessary treatment in Canada, with patients in the province waiting an estimated 15.7 weeks (on average) in 2018, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. Saskatchewan’s wait time of 15.4 weeks is the… Continue reading Fraser Institute Reports Ontario’s health-care wait times no longer shortest in Canada
Police Bulletin Calls for Service Kingston Police had 96 calls for service during the 24 hour period starting from 5:00 a.m. on December 3, 2018. Of these, 77 calls occurred in the city central area, 13 in the west end, 2 in the east end, and 3 north of Highway 401. Some of these included:… Continue reading Pedestrian Struck after Driver Signals Her to Proceed in Kingston 120418
Cornwall Ontario – We all get them every week. Mine goes straight to the recycle bin, but that’s exactly why city’s like Montreal are deciding whether to ban them altogether. LINK Locally TC Media ships them with the Seaway News weekly, but most end up in our landfill. With more communities banning plastic bags… Continue reading Is it Time to Tax or Ban The Ad Bag in Cornwall? by Jamie Gilcig 112918
Police Bulletin Calls for Service Kingston Police had 344 calls for service over the weekend of November 23-35, 2018. Of these, 253 calls occurred in the city central area, 54 in the west end, 18 in the east end, and 8 north of Highway 401. Some of these included: 18 domestic calls 3 assault calls… Continue reading Senior Sex Assault in Kingston & Nude Man Fan in Rental Unit 112618