HOCKEY CRUNCH Can Habs Swing a Deal with Anaheim for Max Comtois? By Jamie Gilcig

HOCKEY CRUNCH Can Habs Swing a Deal with Anaheim for Max Comtois?   By Jamie Gilcig

FEBRUARY 25, 2021 – This is not a rumour. This is not based on chatting with insiders. This is from the NHL’s first Analytics and statographer, your truly, after analyzing the Habs situation during this season and seeing a window for team advancement with the hiring of the team’s new coach, Dominique Ducharme. (Wishing you […]

Price’s Poor Play Leads to Julien Firing in Montreal. Muller Gone too. HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig

Price’s Poor Play Leads to Julien Firing in Montreal.  Muller Gone too.   HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig

FEBRUARY 24, 2021 – When you’ve watched and worked in hockey as long as yours truly has you develop instincts. My instinct since very early of Carey Price’s career is that he would never win in Montreal. Carey is a great goalie, but to win in Montreal you need to either not appear to care […]

Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Elvis & Things to do During Covid-19

Seniors Situation Room.  By Dawn Ford – Elvis & Things to do During Covid-19

FEBRUARY 23, 2021 – It seems that people are finding all kinds of other things to do during our restriction times because of the COVID 19 virus. One lady told me she actually washed and set her own hair because of the beauty salons closures. Now she ponders, do I dare cut it a bit?? […]

Some thoughts on O’Toole Question Period Strategy. View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley

Some thoughts on O’Toole Question Period Strategy.  View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley

FEBRUARY 18, 2021 – In the midst of a deadly pandemic and with a risk of a third wave plus a botched vaccination plan by the Trudeau Liberals, who would have guessed that the most important question facing the nation yesterday was the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank? That is correct folks, if you have never […]

Ottawa Police SACA Charge Teacher ALAIN PHANEUF with Sexual Assault Against Student

Ottawa Police SACA Charge Teacher ALAIN PHANEUF with Sexual Assault Against Student

FEBRUARY 16, 2021 – The Ottawa Police Service Sexual Assault and Child Abuse (SACA) Section charged an Ottawa man following an investigation into allegations of Sexual assault on a student. The incidents occurred during the summer of 2017, while he was a teacher at French Alternative school, with the Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de […]

It’s About the Vaccines Stupid! View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley #CDNPOLI

It’s About the Vaccines Stupid!   View From the Hill.  By Keith Beardsley #CDNPOLI

FEBRUARY 15, 2021 – No matter how Trudeau tries to spin things, present day life in Canada will not return to anything resembling normal until Canadians get their vaccination shots. We have seniors dying in long term care homes because we don’t have the vaccines. People over 60 are at high risk because we don’t […]

Yes, it’s time to save and support local Media, especially this outlet. By Jamie Gilcig

Yes, it’s time to save and support local Media, especially this outlet.  By Jamie Gilcig

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 […]

Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Groundhog Day & Time to Honour Bob and Dorris Turner in Cornwall

Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Groundhog Day & Time to Honour Bob and Dorris Turner in Cornwall

FEBRUARY 11, 2021 – February is a busy month. We just had Ground Hog Day on Feb. 2nd. It was a snowy blowy day but the ground hogs gave their verdict. However, one was “six more weeks of winter” and others, “an early spring”. So…I guess we will have to wait and see just like […]

Fragile Rural Doctors & Healthcare workers in Ontario Need Covid-19 Vaccines & Support in Ontario. By MaryAnne Pankhurst

Fragile Rural Doctors & Healthcare workers in Ontario Need Covid-19 Vaccines & Support in Ontario.  By MaryAnne Pankhurst

JANUARY 31, 2021 – Are Ontario’s rural doctors the forgotten victims of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout? It’s a question that health care workers who serve significant communities north of the GTA and 401-corridor ask themselves as the months tick by and the number of cases and outbreaks swell. For these doctors, lack of vaccine protection […]

Time for Pre-election Trudeau Fact Checking – View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley

Time for Pre-election Trudeau  Fact Checking – View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley

JANUARY 30, 2012 – Today Trudeau is saying “For almost a year, Canada’s borders have been closed to foreign travelers.” That is pretty rich, he either believes his own manufactured Liberal spin or he is a blatant liar. Take your pick, neither shows well on a Prime Minister in a G-7 country. On the day […]

Olymel Paid Ransom After Personal Info of Current & Past Workers Hacked.

Olymel Paid Ransom After Personal Info of Current & Past Workers Hacked.

JANUARY 28, 2021 – A frustrated former Olymel worker shared a letter dated January 21, 2021 which confirms the Company which has over 15,000 workers across Canada paid a ransom after being hacked. An Olymel rep confirmed to CFN that the letter, signed by Martin Juneau, was legit. While the worker that shared this with […]

Eastern Ontario Paralegal James Moak Nominated by CCLA for Inaugural Award.

Eastern Ontario Paralegal James Moak Nominated by CCLA for Inaugural Award.

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” […]

#OPP ID Yanick Tremblay as MSV Fatality Victim in South Stormont

#OPP ID Yanick Tremblay as MSV Fatality Victim in South Stormont

JANUARY 25, 2021- Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers are currently at the scene of a fatal Motorized Snow Vehicle (MSV) collision on County Road 2, Ingleside in South Stormont Township. On January 23, 2021 shortly after 2:00 p.m, officers of the SDG OPP responded to a collision involving a Motorized […]

SIU Declare Armed Alfred ON Man Shot Himself & Set Fire to Home During Eviction

SIU Declare Armed Alfred ON Man Shot Himself & Set Fire to Home During Eviction

The Investigation Notification of the SIU On February 11, 2020, at 2:10 p.m., the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) notified the SIU of the death of the Complainant. The OPP advised that, earlier in the day, an OPP police officer had responded to a residence on Devista Boulevard in the town of Alfred to assist a Sheriff with the repossession of a home. […]

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