As Ontario’s Healthcare System Crumbles It’s Time to Think Outside of the Box. Tax Free Crisis Shifts. By Jamie Gilcig #ohip #medicare #onpoli #cdnpoli

July 27, 2022 – One of the biggest things the Covid-19 Pandemic has done is show how truly weak and messed up our healthcare system is. This isn’t something that can easily be fixed. Money alone will not solve the issues which impact different provinces differently depending on their systems. In Cornwall, the city just… Continue reading As Ontario’s Healthcare System Crumbles It’s Time to Think Outside of the Box. Tax Free Crisis Shifts. By Jamie Gilcig #ohip #medicare #onpoli #cdnpoli

Who’s To Blame for Omicron Mess in Canada? Look in the Mirror. By Jamie Gilcig

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

It’s time for a $1,000 Tax Credit Covid-19 for ALL Front Line Workers in Canada. By Jamie Gilcig #cdnpoli

September 5, 2021 – I, like many of you reading this, was outraged by the selfish, ignorant, and frankly criminal acts of anti vax, anti mask, anti brain #covidiots protesting at hospitals here in Canada. The irony that these people, when they catch Covid and the unvaccinated, are those needing hospitals the most during this… Continue reading It’s time for a $1,000 Tax Credit Covid-19 for ALL Front Line Workers in Canada. By Jamie Gilcig #cdnpoli

So it’s Sunday. A lot has Changed this week, in Cornwall and the World. By Jamie Gilcig 032220

What a wild week. So much illness. So much death. We will survive, but the World will never be the same, much as it changed after 9/11. And it’s just beginning. We will see a huge financial disaster, one of epic size that we haven’t seen in about 100 years. We all will be losing… Continue reading So it’s Sunday. A lot has Changed this week, in Cornwall and the World. By Jamie Gilcig 032220

LTE – Ross Ayotte Calls Out Justin Trudeau on Language Hypocrisy re Ford French Uni Cancellation 112118

CTV  had reported on Feb 14 2012 –   Liberal MP Justin Trudeau is facing a barrage of criticism for suggestions that Quebec separation could be deemed acceptable given the politics of Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Now prime Minister Trudeau is trying to divide the French and English population once again by stating Ontario is anti French… Continue reading LTE – Ross Ayotte Calls Out Justin Trudeau on Language Hypocrisy re Ford French Uni Cancellation 112118

The Great $99 Banner Sale on CFN! CLICK FOR DETAILS April 2, 2018

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

Warren Kinsella Writes Open Letter to Minister Melanie Joly After Twitter Block 112717

Dear Minister Joly: May I call you Melanie? You’ve blocked my access to your ministerial Twitter account, so please forgive the formality of an open letter. I sense that I’ve upset you, which concerns me deeply. Let’s leave aside, for a moment, the propriety of a public servant (that’s you) blocking the access of one… Continue reading Warren Kinsella Writes Open Letter to Minister Melanie Joly After Twitter Block 112717

Restaurants Canada RAISE THE BAR Report Cites High Priced Alcohol 110717

Canada’s high-priced beer, wine and spirits hard to swallow “Raise the Bar” report card calls on Ottawa and provinces to improve pricing, taxation and interprovincial trade   TORONTO, Nov. 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — High prices, unfair taxation and outdated rules continue to frustrate Canada’s bar and restaurant owners. Those are the findings of the latest Raise the… Continue reading Restaurants Canada RAISE THE BAR Report Cites High Priced Alcohol 110717

Conrad Black Marvels at Quebec Economic Policy Reversal in Canada 102017

Conrad Black: Quebec is now the beacon of astute economic policy in this country While Quebec becomes an economic leader, most of English Canada is waddling through the wet cement of applied social democratic truisms. Quebec is outpacing Canada economically, for the first time since the piping days of Maurice Duplessis. Under his authoritarian guidance… Continue reading Conrad Black Marvels at Quebec Economic Policy Reversal in Canada 102017

If Premier Couillard Really Wants Anglos to Return to Quebec. By Jamie Gilcig 081417

Cornwall Ontario –   I’m a refugee of Quebec.  One of the multitude of Anglos that left (along with a lot of  Francophones) for a multitude of reasons. I write this the day after helping empty my Mom’s Cote des Neiges apartment and finding an album of pics from the two short films I shot… Continue reading If Premier Couillard Really Wants Anglos to Return to Quebec. By Jamie Gilcig 081417

McGill Fails Andrew Potter & Democracy by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 24, 2017

Cornwall Ontario –  I never graduated McGill University, but it is the only one I’ve attended as a student.  I always thought that McGill was a shining beacon in Montreal, the city where I was born, something to be proud of for all of Canada. Like many English institutions in la belle province it’s faced… Continue reading McGill Fails Andrew Potter & Democracy by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 24, 2017

Petition To Boot PUNCH A ZIONIST McGill Student Igor Sadikov Spreading by Jamie Gilcig FEB 19, 2017

CORNWALL ONTARIO – One would think that after the shooting at a mosque in Quebec City that left six dead that Quebec and Canada would be hyper sensitive to threats of violence based on race. Yet after McGill Student Society Board Member Igor Sadikov still has not been charged and has still not be turfed from… Continue reading Petition To Boot PUNCH A ZIONIST McGill Student Igor Sadikov Spreading by Jamie Gilcig FEB 19, 2017

Lecompte at Root of Allegations at Centre Cultural de Cornwall DEC 15, 2016

CORNWALL Ontario – Several former board members of  Centre Cultural de Cornwall stepped forward with a multitude of allegations and complaints about the francophone institution this week. Some of the allegations include: The organization is in deep debt; owning over $30K to the government as well as Suzanne Villeneuve, listed as the group’s secretary stating,… Continue reading Lecompte at Root of Allegations at Centre Cultural de Cornwall DEC 15, 2016

Fire Puts Future of Snowdon Theatre in Jeopardy by Kristian Gravenor MARCH 28, 2016

A Montrealer once penned a famous short story about a neighbourhood that went undetected by municipal bureaucrats. When the top Montreal bureaucrat found out that the whole area had been left undetected due to a lost filing cabinet card, he went to visit it and found a paradise on earth where people got along well… Continue reading Fire Puts Future of Snowdon Theatre in Jeopardy by Kristian Gravenor MARCH 28, 2016

St. Mary’s Hospital Death in Montreal After Patient Refused Emergency Surgery JAN 20, 2016

Financial challenges are nothing new to health care in Quebec or anywhere else in Canada.   The province has created many private health services, but when you’re sick you expect to be treated when you enter a hospital, especially in emergency or crisis situations. A patient at St. Mary’s died because the only chance they… Continue reading St. Mary’s Hospital Death in Montreal After Patient Refused Emergency Surgery JAN 20, 2016

Conrad Black: In Scotland and Quebec, Separatism is a Dead Pigeon

CFN – All of the usual responses quickly occurred after the Scottish referendum last week: The defeated separatists, although their leader announced his retirement from politics, claimed that they represented the forces of history and that having got from a standing start to 45% on their first try, they would cross the finish line next… Continue reading Conrad Black: In Scotland and Quebec, Separatism is a Dead Pigeon

Should the Destruction of Marois Mean it’s Time for the PQ to Drop Separation and Turn Conservative? by Jamie Gilcig

CFN – Many are rejoicing in la belle province this morning over the political destruction of one of the most destructive forces in Quebec Politics; one Madame Pauline Marois. She led her party to a complete defeat with the Liberal Party snatching 70 seats and a majority after she and the PQ triggered an election… Continue reading Should the Destruction of Marois Mean it’s Time for the PQ to Drop Separation and Turn Conservative? by Jamie Gilcig

Quebec to Rebut Marois Style Hate Politics in Election Today by Jamie Gilcig

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CFN – Quebec goes to the polls today and it’s looking like Pauline Marois will be retired by the Province.     Many  are asking what the PQ truly represents anymore?   They can’t be a party of the Left when they bring in Pierre Karl Peladeau of Quebecor, can they?   They can’t be… Continue reading Quebec to Rebut Marois Style Hate Politics in Election Today by Jamie Gilcig

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