Different Business Partnership Options And How To Choose One

There are many different types of business partnerships. When two or more businesses come together, they can form a variety of different arrangements. The most common type of partnership is the general partnership, but there are several other types that you should be aware of. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types… Continue reading Different Business Partnership Options And How To Choose One

Freeland Stiffs Canadians with New Inflationary Action Announcement. #cdnpoli By Jamie Gilcig

June 17, 2022 – For those on fixed incomes, or lower incomes, or working class incomes, or middle class incomes, the announcement by Liberal Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is a slap to the face. Many of its facets are not new, but already in her last budgets. Many of the facets are promises down the… Continue reading Freeland Stiffs Canadians with New Inflationary Action Announcement. #cdnpoli By Jamie Gilcig

Everything You Need To Know About Debt Relief Programs

Debt relief programs provide customers with a fair and practical path out of financial difficulties. The services assist clients in making affordable payments while also lowering and finally eliminating their debt. In certain cases, the remedy is to urge lenders to cut the interest rate and monthly payment. Sometimes it means requesting a significant reduction… Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Debt Relief Programs

Cornwall Sleep Dentistry For Kids Adds Options for Parents. By Mary Anne Pankhurst

NOVEMBER 8, 2021 – Learning that there are specialized sleep dentistry services offered in Cornwall for young, anxious, special needs, and autistic kids is news. But to understand further how Cornwall Sleep Dentistry for Kids can solve the problem of longer-than-usual pandemic-related wait times for similar services offered at CCH could be critical info for… Continue reading Cornwall Sleep Dentistry For Kids Adds Options for Parents. By Mary Anne Pankhurst

RHRA Jacks Up Its Retirement Home Rates 70%. By Mary Anne Pankhurst #onpoli #eldercare

Retirement residences are personal “homes,” not nursing homes. They’re designed, built and operated by companies for people aged 65 and up, places people choose to live based on their needs and what they can afford. To be clear, this is not a story about the government putting financial pressure on Ontario’s more than 770 retirement… Continue reading RHRA Jacks Up Its Retirement Home Rates 70%. By Mary Anne Pankhurst #onpoli #eldercare

Where can Canada find new tax streams?

There is no doubt that taxes are a fact of life for people living in Cornwall and indeed the whole of Canada. By collecting tax money from individuals, businesses and large corporations, the Canadian government is able to raise funds to divert back into the country. While nobody in Ontario really likes paying taxes, it… Continue reading Where can Canada find new tax streams?

How to Make Ends Meet If You Don’t Qualify for CRB

It can be a difficult experience when money is tight, and there are many situations that can throw you in financial distress. For instance, you could be laid off, your salary may be reduced, or your business may be struggling. However, there are some options available for those who feel they have hit a wall.… Continue reading How to Make Ends Meet If You Don’t Qualify for CRB

Cornwall Ontario to Lose Another Newspaper by October 31, 2021 – By Jamie Gilcig

AUGUST 15, 2021 – When I started CFN back in February of 2009 I never, ever, expected to see it evolve the way it did. I expected to build a small, local newspaper which focused on our community in a refreshing Gonzo way. I had been taught that journalism was telling the truth. How you… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario to Lose Another Newspaper by October 31, 2021 – By Jamie Gilcig

South Stormont Lands Near 700 Acre Distribution Hub. Developers Complain about Cornwall Red Tape & Taxes. By Jamie Gilcig

July 13, 2021 – When you run your business like crap and there’s a nearby option it should be no surprise when people flock to it. Several developers, small and large, spoke with CFN. They shared horror stories and some laughed at the thought of doing business in Cornwall. High taxes, fees, and having to… Continue reading South Stormont Lands Near 700 Acre Distribution Hub. Developers Complain about Cornwall Red Tape & Taxes. By Jamie Gilcig

Reasons Why Student Involvement in Politics Is a Smart Move

Reasons Why Student Involvement in Politics Is a Smart Move Does student participation in politics have any impact on their lives? Most people have debated over this simple question, with others opposing it while others were defending the position of students in politics. Ultimately, students benefit a lot from involving in political matters in their… Continue reading Reasons Why Student Involvement in Politics Is a Smart Move

Rapid and Responsible Recovery Starts with Ontario’s Small Businesses Says OBIAA.

May 25, 2021 –The Ontario BIA Association (OBIAA) is calling on the Federal and Provincial Governments to lead the way by creating recovery solutions and a phased-in approach. OBIAA says that by creating a phased strategy, we can begin to create balance – a balance which includes physical, mental and economic health.   A Rapid Responsible… Continue reading Rapid and Responsible Recovery Starts with Ontario’s Small Businesses Says OBIAA.

Freeland Budget Geared for Votes More than Supports during Covid-19. By Jamie Gilcig

APRIL 20, 2021 – Like most things related to politicians disappointment is the usual result. Other media will put the party spin out and highlight the smoke, but the bottom line is that if you are a public servant you’re rocking, but if you’re part of the working class who have paid the biggest price… Continue reading Freeland Budget Geared for Votes More than Supports during Covid-19. By Jamie Gilcig

I turned $5,000 into $130,000 in Four Months. A Rags to Lower Middle Class Story. By Roy Berger

APRIL 11, 2021 – Okay. Okay. Let me tell this story or at least the germ of it.  About five years ago. At the time, I was what, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, fifty something? I had lost it all.  Again. For what, the fifth, sixth time? Very nice. My last five-year plan led to the obscene criminal behaviour of… Continue reading I turned $5,000 into $130,000 in Four Months. A Rags to Lower Middle Class Story. By Roy Berger

How to Make Ends Meet If You Don’t Qualify for CRB

It can be a difficult experience when money is tight, and there are many situations that can throw you in financial distress. For instance, you could be laid off, your salary may be reduced, or your business may be struggling. However, there are some options available for those who feel they have hit a wall.… Continue reading How to Make Ends Meet If You Don’t Qualify for CRB

Budget-friendly Wardrobe Renewing for Your Toddler

It has not been long since you have been preparing for the Christmas holidays and spending quite a considerable amount of money on all the gifts and festive outfits. However, it is time to prepare your little one for spring. Quite probably, because of the growth spurt (that is common in winter), your toddler has… Continue reading Budget-friendly Wardrobe Renewing for Your Toddler

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”… Continue reading Eastern Ontario Paralegal James Moak Nominated by CCLA for Inaugural Award.

Auditor General Says Money Laundering is Still Going Hard in Ontario Casinos

Ontario’s Auditor General, Bonnie Lysyk, recently released her annual report, causing a political backlash from government officials being called out on mismanagement, lack of proper oversight, misuse of taxpayer dollars, and much more. It seems that some years, this audit of the provincial government truly shocks Canadians with scandal, but this year, it was more… Continue reading Auditor General Says Money Laundering is Still Going Hard in Ontario Casinos

The Future of Work in the UK Gaming Sector

While different economies are recovering, the gaming sector which was in pole position to handle the challenges of the health crisis is considering the long term advantages and challenges of working remotely and flexibly. No factor has driven remote working in recent years like the health crisis. Millions of businesses out there had to swiftly… Continue reading The Future of Work in the UK Gaming Sector

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