Nick Seebruch Isn’t the Brightest Fellow : FORD BEER @ Corner Stores by Jamie Gilcig 060919

Nick Seebruch Isn’t the Brightest Fellow : FORD BEER     @ Corner Stores by Jamie Gilcig 060919

Nick Seebruch of the Seaway News isn’t the brightest journalist. He takes stands on issues like this while staying silent on important local issues. I get it. When you tell simple truths about bad people doing bad things you end up with less ads in your newspaper. For someone like Nick, possibly being replaced, with […]

13 Year Old Charged w Threatening To Kill Teacher in Cornwall Ontario 060619 #CCPS #CPS

13 Year Old Charged w Threatening To Kill Teacher in Cornwall Ontario 060619 #CCPS #CPS

BREACH Cornwall, ON – Cory Arial, 29, of Cornwall was arrested on June 4th, 2019 and charged with two counts of breach of recognizance for failing to reside with his surety and failing to notify police of a change of address. He was also charged with two counts of breach of probation for failing to […]

CFN To Stop Viewer Comments July 31, 2019

CFN To Stop Viewer Comments July 31, 2019

When I started CFN and Seaway Radio it was about views from the public. As I’ve shared publicly many times; nobody, not a single person, moves to Cornwall Ontario because they seek attention. As a long time fan of talk radio and good debate I was hoping to achieve something here, but sadly, while like […]

Landlord & Tenant Board Upholds Moak Law @ Kingston Hearing 053019

Landlord & Tenant Board Upholds Moak Law @ Kingston Hearing 053019

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 […]

Is Cornwall SD&G Mail Fraud Investigation PROJECT TRUTH Part 2 by Jamie Gilcig 053019

Is Cornwall SD&G Mail Fraud Investigation PROJECT TRUTH Part 2 by Jamie Gilcig 053019

Recent headlines espouse a mail fraud regarding documents physically emailed and mailed to various businesses and persons in the area. While the documents appear to be a well crafted attack; they appear to mix fact and fiction. While there are more questions than answers at this point, it appears that a major area political icon […]

Conrad Black : US President Donald Trump Calls with Pardon 051619

Conrad Black :  US President Donald Trump Calls with Pardon 051619

The two counts for which I have just received a presidential pardon, and of which I was “convicted” in 2011, after the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously vacated them only to have a self-serving appellate judge reinstate them, were for wire fraud and obstruction of justice. The alleged fraud was reception of $285,000 in my office […]

BREAKING Cornwall City Clerk Manon Levesque Exposes Mayor Clement & Campaign Manager For Overspending – Day Before Committee Meeting 051419

BREAKING Cornwall City Clerk Manon Levesque Exposes Mayor Clement & Campaign Manager For Overspending – Day Before  Committee Meeting 051419

What a dysfunctional attempt at Machiavellian intrigue is going on in the shadows at City Hall in Cornwall. At root is what appears to be the Mayor and CAO throwing Clerk Manon Levesque under the bus for not issuing a final certificate with spending limits for the municipal election that Mayor Bernadette Clement has admitting […]

28 Counts Against Cornwall Police Officer KEVIN WELLS 050719 #CCPS #CPS

28 Counts Against Cornwall Police Officer KEVIN WELLS 050719 #CCPS #CPS

Sgt Kevin Wells has a lot on his plate. After first being nailed with six counts under headings like neglect of duty, discreditable conduct and deceit (never lie to a commanding officer) another 22 more counts for discreditable conduct were added. Sgt Wells had an electronic hearing and court appearance earlier today. We will update […]

Was Pellet Gate in Cornwall Really an Umbrella in a Backpack? by Jamie Gilcig 050719

Was Pellet Gate in Cornwall Really an Umbrella in a Backpack? by Jamie Gilcig  050719

Startling communications allege that an event that caused city wide panic and locked down schools and hospitals in January was essentially gross mismanagement by #CCPS Chief Danny Aikman and Deputy Chief Shawna Spowart. The allegations from multiple sources claim that the incident was over an UMBRELLA in a back pack. The original incident, which we […]

UCDSB Secondary Schools Literacy Under 50% in Cornwall FRASER Inst. Rankings for 2017/18 050619

UCDSB Secondary Schools Literacy Under 50% in Cornwall FRASER Inst. Rankings for 2017/18 050619

It’s pretty sad and scary to see Cornwall’s Secondary School rankings slide further overall in the province according to the latest Fraser Institute Secondary School rankings. Sad, but not unpredictable as the Primary rankings have been scary too. Both St. Lawrence and CCVS scored less than 50% for testing which according to the Fraser is: […]

CFN Call for Financial Support Due to Conspiratorial City Boycott in Cornwall Ontario 050319 PT1

CFN Call for Financial Support Due to Conspiratorial City Boycott in Cornwall Ontario 050319  PT1

Canada. Section 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms states that everyone has “the freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication.” Sadly in the City of Cornwall and SD&G this is a sad joke. It goes beyond freedom of the press and charter rights. I mean, […]

Minister Duncan Announces River Institute $25K Award for Outstanding Contributions Promoting Science to Kids 050319

Minister Duncan Announces River Institute $25K Award for Outstanding Contributions Promoting Science to Kids 050319

River Institute receives prestigious NSERC Award Today, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announced the River Institute as the winner of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Award for Science Promotion–Group Category. The award honours individuals and groups who make outstanding contributions to the promotion of science in […]

Overspending Complaint Against Cornwall Mayor Highlights Toxic Bully Culture in Cornwall by Jamie Gilcig 042419

Overspending Complaint Against Cornwall Mayor Highlights Toxic Bully Culture in Cornwall by Jamie Gilcig 042419

Cornwall is not a unique community. It however does have a strain of bully culture that is very rare in that it’s embraced by its victims, many times more than its bullies, who really, because of cronyism, aren’t that capable. An example is that when I tried to save our Public Art Gallery and ended […]

Cornwall Mayor Bernadette Clement Must Vacate Seat After Campaign Overspending by 29% by Jamie Gilcig POLL

Cornwall Mayor Bernadette Clement Must Vacate Seat After Campaign Overspending by 29% by Jamie Gilcig   POLL

It’s boggling the level that some people and media outlets will sink too. Bernadette Clement has run in five elections, including two for MP. Campaign spending limits are one of the most common features of any run. In fact Ms Clement has a team around her. Not only is she herself a lawyer, but Etienne […]

Dispelling Myths of Anti Vax & Homeopathy Medical Voodoo by Mary Anne Pankhurst

Dispelling Myths of Anti Vax & Homeopathy Medical Voodoo by Mary Anne Pankhurst

By Mary Anne Pankhurst – April 15, 2019 It’s World Autism Month, a perfect time to help foster greater understanding and support for the people in our lives who are on the spectrum. But it’s also an opportunity to dispel myths. Especially that cobwebbed carry-over from a now 20-year-old, fraudulent study that involved 12 children, […]

Dear Premier Ford – Carbon Taxes & Gas Gouging in Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 041119 PETITION

Dear Premier Ford – Carbon Taxes & Gas Gouging in Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 041119   PETITION

I don’t envy your job Doug. I would never want to be Premier of Ontario. I admire your fight against the pointless and abusive cash grab that is the carbon tax. While that is going to be a long fight there is something your government can actually nail down and help we struggling Ontarian’s with […]

The Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford Daffodil Month & Dementia 041019

The Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford Daffodil Month & Dementia 041019

April is Daffodil month for the Canadian Cancer Society. Please buy and wear the Daffodil which helps fund their research, support and advocacy programs. Call 613- 932-1283 in Cornwall for more information. The Canadian Cancer Society would probably be grateful for volunteers also. Here is an old photo from the family album of the British- […]