“They Took My Whole Room” Ottawa Area Radio Pirate Jayhaed Still Spinning Tunes and Being A Juvenile – Online Now only – January 16, 2010

So I’m listening to little Jayhaed Saade’s online radio station.  He’s busy dropping f-bombs over tracks while soliciting money.  It’s hypnotizing.   It shows what happens when parenting goes awry.     It also gives a reason why some minors should be tried as adults in court. It looks like he’s a bit unhappy about […]

Rope a Dope? Harper Slipping in Polls as Canadians React to Proroguing – Ignatieff on the War Path – January 16, 2010

A true warrior uses his brain.   Muhammad Ali was one of the greatest boxers in history.  He wasn’t a flash in the pan or a shooting star.  He had a long and gloried career.   He wasn’t Joe Louis,but he could knock you out.   He could dazzle you.  He could head f*** you […]

Canadians Have Spoken – Letter to the Editor from Bernadette Clement – Federal Liberal Candidate SD&G – January 15, 2010

Canadians Have Spoken – Letter to the Editor from Bernadette Clement – Federal Liberal Candidate SD&G – January 15, 2010

Canadians have spoken. Most of them are not happy with the Conservative decision to close down Parliament. I agree with them. But Canadians are also tired of old-style party politics. I agree with that too. Younger Canadians are especially disappointed with this approach. There is so much that we need to discuss reasonably together. We […]

Mayor Kilger Wants Cornwall to win and so do we! Vote Now and Vote Often to Help Put Cornwall Ontario on the new Canadian Edition of Monopoly! by Markus Noé – January 14, 2010

Let’s Get Cornwall On Board! Attention Cornwallites, the city has a chance to become apart of game board history. A media release came out today stating that Hasbro the maker of Monopoly is making a new “Canadian edition.” Unfortunately Cornwall did not make the initial list of 65 who are fighting for 22 spots on […]

Debate of False Pandemic (H1 N1) Draws W.H.O. Response – January 13, 2010

Debate of False Pandemic (H1 N1) Draws W.H.O. Response – January 13, 2010

There’s been a lot of discussion about Flu pandemics.   We had bird flu, swine flu, and now amidst a lot of discussion after billions of dollars have been spent vaccinating people the World Health Organization (WHO) is entering the discussion. “the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe said “false pandemics, a threat to health” will […]

Conan O’Brien Writes Letter to the People of Earth – Not a Happy NBC Camper – Doesn’t Want Tonight Show to be Tomorrow – January 13, 2010

Conan O’Brien is a very funny man in a very odd situation.   He’s spent years working to get where he is and is feeling like a victim, which he probably is, of his networks mismanagement. His big beef, and one that he’s bringing out the lawyers for, is the Tonight Show; a institution of […]

From Porn to Blade Runner – The Future of “Selfs” Editorial – Jamie Gilcig – Cornwall Ontario – January 12, 2010

From Porn to Blade Runner – The Future of “Selfs” Editorial – Jamie Gilcig – Cornwall Ontario – January 12, 2010

If I ever teach a film class, or a writing class, Blade Runner will probably be one of my favorite films to share with my students.   It’s a seminal film that explored back then so many issues that are creeping into our reality. Shot in 1982 by directing legend Ridley Scott; based on the […]

Cornwall Ontario Mary Ann Hug Fights for Richmond Drive Residents – City Council Round Up – Monday January 11, 2010

Cornwall Ontario City Councilor Mary Ann Hug was not a happy woman last night. She wasn’t happy with the report from city administration regarding Richmond Drive and scored point after point addressing issues like noise pollution; diesel fumes, flying rocks and small debris in addition to the blasting, and rumbling of trucks that have area […]

Tom Manley of Homestead Organics hosts a Local Food, Wine & Beer dinner – Saturday January 9, 2010

Tom Manley hosted a lovely evening at his own homestead this past Saturday evening.   Featured were fine fresh foods from local producers, some amazing local wine, and Beau’s Brew.    Even the coffee had a local flavour as the beans were freshly roasted locally from Reg Coffey of Coffey’s Coffee. (Tom pictured with his […]

The Cornwall Free News is Looking for Sales Reps – Apply Within

Cornwall Ontario’s Fastest Growing Local Media Company is looking for a few good reps. We need socially minded people who can help communicate with our customers and solve their media promotional and advertising needs. Perfect part time position.  We pay the highest commission rates in the industry. Become a part of a community newspaper today. […]

Ontario Environment Minister John Gerretsen in Cornwall Ontario as CCRI Launches Cap for Youth Project – by Markus Noé – January 8, 2010

CCRI Launches Cap for Youth Project Ontario’s Environment Minister John Gerretsen came to the Cornwall Square today to launch the Cornwall Carbon Reduction Initiative’s (CCRI) new program, Cap for Youth. This was the premiere of the “Climate Awareness Project for Youth”. This project is an extension of the Liberal governments Ministry of the Environment’s Community […]

CBC Poll Shows Canadians Don’t like Proroguing any more than on our poll – Facebook Pages racking up members – Cornwall Ontario – January 8, 2010

CBC Poll Shows Canadians Don’t like Proroguing any more than on our poll – Facebook Pages racking up members – Cornwall Ontario – January 8, 2010

My dog Melly doesn’t like Stephen Harper Proroguing the Canadian People or dogs either.   She’s not so sure about cats and Hamsters though, and really likes Cheeseburgers. CBC just released a poll showing that Canadians are really steamed about Proroguing. LINK “The poll, released exclusively to CBC News on Thursday, found the majority of Canadians surveyed […]

Obesity Number One Killer – My Goal for this Year is to lose 10% of my Weight – January 7, 2010

Obesity is an epidemic.  Many reasons; mostly excuses.   Too much work.  Too much time on the computer.  Horrible gyms that charge too much. Not feeling comfortable around skinny sweaty fit people that make faces, and whisper snide comments. Frightening small children. The reasons go on, but in the end who really suffers?    I […]

Stephen Harper to Tighten Canada’s Belt in New Budget – Fighting Deficits Priority – January 7, 2010

Stephen Harper to Tighten Canada’s Belt in New Budget – Fighting Deficits Priority – January 7, 2010

Stephen Harper doesn’t sound like a PM that wants an election anytime soon.   He’s talking about the budget due after his prorogation of parliament and governing the country with his minority government intact. LINK “I have no desire to have a spring election and I don’t think anybody does. I certainly don’t think the […]

Canada’s Conservative Created Structural Deficit Growing – Budget Officer Kevin Page – January 6, 2010

Even though Stephen Harper and his team are taking some time off from the jobs during their prorogation of Parliament, Budgetary Officer Kevin Page isn’t. He’s about to deliver a report showing some devastating news regarding the Structural Deficit created by the lowering and of the GST and other factors. L I N K “Canada […]