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
Oh, this girl ignores me! Every man has faced this unpleasant circumstance at least once in his life. For once in a way, on the World Wide Web, you were suddenly lucky enough to meet the girl of your dreams. After picking up a couple of obviously winning phrases, checking them for spelling and punctuation… Continue reading What You Should Do If a Girl Doesn’t Respond to Your Messages: Why Is She Doing This?
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?
Growing up in Montreal in the 70’s led me, as well as thousands of my fellow near border Canadians to spending time in Upstate NY. My dad being my dad we ended up owning a few houses, and after having breakfast in a “joint” called Ma Coakley’s kitchen. After eating breakfast there one Saturday morning… Continue reading Cross Border Shopping Blues for Upstate NY Self Inflicted. By Jamie Gilcig 112719
When you have to face a decision too many pet owners deal with the last thing you want to do is worry about cost or questions about whether you’re a regular customer of a vet clinic. Yet that was exactly what happened to this writer when my beloved cat Sam was ready to cross the… Continue reading Veterinary Tourism Taking Pet Owners from Ottawa to Cornwall Over to Massena NY by Jamie Gilcig 040219
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!
It’s time for the 151st Annual Stormont County Fair in Newington Ontario this Labour Day Weekend! Fun for everyone! You can also keep up with the fair on Twitter or facebook For tons more information please visit the fair’s website LINK Weekend> Midway by Gable Bros., Water Walkerz; Ball Tournys; Children’s Activities, Petting Zoo Friday>… Continue reading It’s Time for the 151st Stormont County Fair (NEWINGTON) Labour Day Weekend 2018
CORNWALL ONTARIO – Now in its 29th year, PwC MS Bike – Ottawa to Cornwall is one of the most popular cycling events in eastern Ontario and it’s fast approaching. It will take place Aug. 18-19 and the Cornwall Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is looking for volunteers to help make it… Continue reading MS SOCIETY – PwC MS BIKE Needs Volunteers Aug. 18 & 19 – Ottawa to Cornwall
Alexandria, Ontario– The Glengarry Artists’ Collective⎮Collectif d’artistes de Glengarry offers an exhibition, presentation and reception celebrating one of the county’s renowned artists, Stuart McCormick. Born in 1905, McCormick was a prolific, self-taught painter. For 40 years he created an artistic record of the Glengarry landscape. He was commissioned in 1959 to create paintings of the… Continue reading Glengarry Artists’ Collective Celebrate STUART McCORMICK July 4th, 2018
The White Knucklerz RC is hosting the 4th Annual John Rothwell Memorial Motorcycle Ride & Hot Rod Event in Cornwall Ontario to raise funds for local sick children. DATE: Saturday July 28, 2018 Location: 527 A Pitt Street in Cornwall Ontario. Time: Sing up is at 9AM Prizes and Kick Off at 10:30 AM! Community… Continue reading 4th Annual John Rothwell Memorial Motorcycle Ride & Hot Rod Event JULY 28, 2018 Cornwall Ontario
Tired of paying crazy ad rates? Tired of paying for ads that aren’t seen? With our traffic and story hang time this is the place you want to be and for a limited time and limited inventory(one slot on our home page and one on our inside pages) you can have a 300×250 pixel banner… Continue reading The Great $99 Banner Sale on CFN! CLICK FOR DETAILS April 2, 2018
Cornwall Ontario – Here comes the snow! Mother Nature plans on dropping by this mid week and staying for awhile in the River City area. Expect 5-10 cm of the white stuff on Tuesday and Wednesday with snow starting Monday night. Expect highs up to 5c with lows dropping to -5c which means for a… Continue reading ALERT – 25 CM of Snow Expected in the Cornwall Area by Wednesday! 031218
5 Different Days Out in Ontario When people think of Eastern Canada, they often think of the gushing rivers, the sprawling pines, and the thundering power of Niagara Falls. People rarely think of high octane thrill rides – though they really should start to. The vistas give way to some hidden gems in the… Continue reading 5 Different Days Out in Ontario
Although we still have a few weeks of warmer weather left, most residents of Cornwall will have noticed how it’s starting to get darker earlier in the evening. But thankfully, there are plenty of great entertainment options that should help all of us stave off the dark days of winter with Hollywood blockbusters, lavish… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario’s Top Attractions for Fall 2017 091217
Cornwall Ontario – Many Cornwallites are crying fowl, and heading down the 401 to check out the Big Rubber Duck in Brockville this weekend as the 61 foot cutie will settle on the town’s picturesque waterfront. Locals can still celebrate the pooping of the geese in Lamoureux Parc. While not as exciting as the duck,… Continue reading Cornwall Snubbed by Wynne Gov’t As Big Rubber Duck Expected to Draw 30K in Brockville 081017
Hammond, ON – Southeast of Ottawa in the community of Hammond there is a business that is a throwback to the early days of rural Ontario, before the mass production throwaway age, when you had to make the implements you needed to make a living. The blacksmith shop was central to most rural communities… Continue reading Blacksmithing Revival by Reg Coffey
Long Sault – The second week of The Community Farmers’ Market saw new vendors in the front of the store. As always, Jambel Cuisine was there with Marc Dacosta handing out tastes of Jamaica, and Coffey’s Coffee was offering fresh roasted coffee, iced coffee and iced green ginger tea. Vendor additions this week include Jim… Continue reading The Community Farmers’ Market Week 2 by Reg Coffey
Long Sault – A new Wednesday farmers’ market has just appeared on the landscape. The Community Farmers’ Market opened for the first time at the business that it is named after. The Community Market, located on old Post Road in Long Sault, has agreed to sponsor a farmers’ market in their front parking lot. This… Continue reading The Community Farmers’ Market Opens Softly by Reg Coffey