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
FEBRUARY 09, 2022 – DOMESTIC-Charge laid(SOUTH DUNDAS, ON) – On February 2, 2022 shortly after 5:30 p.m., Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers, investigated a domestic assault incident in the South Dundas Township. Investigation determine that the male had struck his former companion while travelling in a motor vehicle. The female victim… Continue reading SD&G OPP Police Blotter – Whole Lot of Drinkin & Domestic Charges
FEBRUARY 7, 2022 – The Ottawa Police Service has made multiple arrests in relation to several enforcement actions related to the ongoing demonstration. On Sunday: Two people were arrested on Coventry Rd. for mischief Multiple vehicles and fuel have been seized. Officers arrested three individuals at Metcalf and Slater for mischief. The investigation is ongoing and… Continue reading Ottawa Police Ticket Over 100 More as Enforcement Starts in Domestic Terrorist Demonstrations. #OPS
FEBRUARY 5, 2022 – The Ottawa Police Service and its partners continue to implement a surge and contain strategy focused on preventing and reducing the impacts of demonstrators entering the downtown core, and improving neighbourhood safety. We continue to advise demonstrators not to enter Ottawa, and to go home. Enforcement and Charges Laid Police have… Continue reading Ottawa Police Enforce Perimeter Containment Measures, Charges laid, new RCMP resources announced #OPS #RCMP
FEBRUARY 4, 2022 – The Ottawa Police Service and its partners are implementing a surge and contain strategy in Ottawa’s downtown neighbourhoods to further protect neighbourhoods, restore order and prevent unlawful activity. In connection with ongoing demonstrations, Ottawa’s downtown residents and businesses continue to be severely impacted by unlawful acts, including harassment, mischief, hate crimes,… Continue reading Ottawa Police Initiate Surge Strategy Against Domestic Terrorist Convoy BREAKING
February 3, 2022 – Crimes and offences are not just illegal actions; they are also illegal failures to act and omitting to act contrary to law. Protesters in Ottawa are committing illegal acts, and the Ottawa Police Service is failing to act against them. Since at least January 29th, 2022, and still ongoing, an unruly… Continue reading Discreditable Ottawa Police Services and Neglect of Duty – Letter to the Editor
January 31, 2022 – As many of my fellow Canadians I’ve been appalled by what I’ve seen and heard in Ottawa this weekend. Branded as a rally of Truckers upset at Vaccine mandates it clearly has been a orchestrated rage against Canadian Democracy and clear act of Domestic Terrorism actually funded by outside sources. With… Continue reading Canadian Trucker Convoy Protest is Domestic Terrorism. By Jamie Gilcig – What Will Trudeau & Ford Do About it?
January 27, 2022 – On Saturday January 29th 2022 beginning at 10:00am EST a large convoy of passenger and commercial motor vehicles will be traveling from Cornwall, Ontario to Ottawa, Ontario. They will be travelling Northbound on Boundary Road, Westbound on Headline Road (County Road 44), and Northbound on Highway 138 and onto Highway 417. Several intersections… Continue reading #Covidiot Anti Vax Trucker Convoy to Mess Up Cornwall & SD&G Traffic on Saturday January 29. #OPP Release
JANUARY 25, 2022 – Although reports have indicated that the Omicron variant appears to be milder than previous strains of COVID-19, the experience on the frontlines at Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) tells a different story with certain population groups. At CCH, COVID-19 is sickening greater numbers of elderly patients, the immunocompromised and medically fragile, and… Continue reading Omicron Variant Affecting High-Risk and Unvaccinated Individuals in Cornwall at CCH
January 23, 2022 – Kudos to Geoff Molson. The Jeff Gorton & Kent Hughes hires feel good. As someone that was the Habs first Analytics guy and video statographer back in the 90’s it’s great to see the team finally take some strong steps forward with a clear focus to winning. As this scribbler has… Continue reading Hockey Crunch – By Jamie Gilcig – Kent Hughes Hiring Reflects on Quebecois Culture & Nordiques Expos Reality
JANUARY 22, 2022 – The Mamas and the Papas sang, “California Dreamin ‘ ” some years ago. I am beginning to think that California dreaming may depend on how old you are. I was talking to a few seniors the other day about the winters we used to have as kids. We seemed to have… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Christmas Giving & Supporting the Community
January 10, 2022 – Between the disaster that is the EOHU and traditional News Media in Cornwall, the availability and information regarding CoVid testing kits is a SCANDAL. The current Eastern Ontario Health Unit web page says there’s nothing happening with rapid testing, yet the traditional news outlets are reporting that kits ARE available this… Continue reading LETTER TO THE EDITOR – Who Is In Charge?…And Just What Is Going On With Covid Tests In Cornwall?
Nothing gets the current affairs commentariat fired up quite like an incoming general election, as all the cards get thrown up in the air and huge amounts of power can shift from one side of the political spectrum to the other in a matter of hours. That is the fate that awaits all the sitting… Continue reading World Leaders Who Face Upcoming Election Battles
JANUARY 7, 2022 – GM Ken Holland has to be feeling the pressure. He gambled with the Duncan Keith trade and the signing of Zach Hyman & Cody Ceci while not truly addressing the team’s goaltending issues. The team jumped out to a great start, but now are 2-6-2 in their last team with McDavid… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH By Jamie Gilcig – Oilers Slipping Out of Contention. Can Their Season Be Saved?
JANUARY 2, 2022 – Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) is taking steps to address a temporary staffing shortage caused by COVID-19. Nearly 40 staff have tested positive for the virus, primarily from household and community contacts, creating staffing shortages in several areas. CCH also anticipates more staff will test positive in the coming days as they… Continue reading Omicron Staff Infections at CCH Lead to Temporary Service Slowdowns in Cornwall Ontario.
January 3, 2022 – As we watch numbers shooting up here in Canada it’s easy to blame politicians. Lord knows they deserve it, from Prime Minister Trudeau, to most of the premiers, to even local municipal officials. We have as a society failed. To clarify. It’s one thing to believe something, even if wrong, like… Continue reading Who’s To Blame for Omicron Mess in Canada? Look in the Mirror. By Jamie Gilcig
DECEMBER 29, 2021 – As the highly contagious COVID-19 Omicron variant continues to fuel exponential growth in exposures to the virus and increased demands for testing, Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) is asking members of the community not to come to the Emergency Department for a COVID-19 test only. Emergency Department capacity must be protected for ill patients requiring… Continue reading Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) Asking Residents Not to Come to the Emergency Department (ER) for a COVID-19 Test