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

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

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

Fraser Institute: ON Gov’t Workers Paid Over 10% More Than Private Sector Workers. 112819 #ONPOLI

TORONTO, Nov. 28, 2019 Government employees in Ontario received 10.3 per cent higher wages on average than comparable workers in the private sector last year, and enjoyed much more generous non-wage benefits, too, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. “Bringing government-sector compensation in line with the… Continue reading Fraser Institute: ON Gov’t Workers Paid Over 10% More Than Private Sector Workers. 112819 #ONPOLI

Have a Job? Own Your Home? You’re 1 Click From a New Mortgage Ask Brock Frost of Ottawaprivatemortgage.com

There are so many challenges today for many financially. Divorce, debt consolidation, bad credit, defamation lawsuits, being over extended, and having to face hard challenges to access credit in 2019. That’s why specialists like Brock Frost find solutions for those that need them most. To start the process just scroll down & fill the brief… Continue reading Have a Job? Own Your Home? You’re 1 Click From a New Mortgage Ask Brock Frost of Ottawaprivatemortgage.com

Landlord & Tenant Board Upholds Moak Law @ Kingston Hearing 053019

The Landlord and Tenant Board supported Moak Law and enforced the Law Society Act at a recent hearing in Kingston Ontario. This decision, EAL-80406-19, clearly states that only the owner or someone authorized under the Law Society Act may select,draft, or complete, any document used in an application to the Landlord and Tenant board, regardless… Continue reading Landlord & Tenant Board Upholds Moak Law @ Kingston Hearing 053019

Allegations of House Cleaning @ Cornwall Square – Is Groupe Mach of Montreal the New Buyer? 121018

CFN started to get calls and messages early this morning stating that staff at Cornwall Square were let go.     The mall mysteriously was announced to be sold at a fire sale rate after previous announcements of part of it to be demolished and the mall repurposed.   Oddly enough the name of the buyers was… Continue reading Allegations of House Cleaning @ Cornwall Square – Is Groupe Mach of Montreal the New Buyer? 121018

CFN Talks to DURBACON About New Student Living Building Across from St. Lawrence College in Cornwall 111418

Cornwall Ontario –   CFN spoke with Gary Sproules, developer of an actual property in the le Village part of Cornwall, across from St. Lawrence College on Montreal Road. The building will have  78 units so as to accommodate 168 students on 3 floors, and commercial space on the ground floor. We asked him five questions via… Continue reading CFN Talks to DURBACON About New Student Living Building Across from St. Lawrence College in Cornwall 111418

It’s Time for Maureen Adams to Give up on Cornwall MPAC Lawsuit by Jamie Gilcig 110718

Cornwall Ontario –  Sometimes adults make mistakes.   There is an old saying….   The difference between winners and losers is how they deal with adversity. Maureen Adams was the city’s Chief Financial Officer before becoming its CAO.  Under her leadership, or lack thereof, the city’s finances have crumbled.   She’s part of a circle jerk between… Continue reading It’s Time for Maureen Adams to Give up on Cornwall MPAC Lawsuit by Jamie Gilcig 110718

Cornwall Resident Puts Riverdale House Up for Sale After Election Candidate Disgust LTE 101718

Please excuse the edits.  It is the city of Cornwall that educated me. They did not do a very good job on the English. Please read the additions. It is to laugh. There is not a Mayor candidate in this election that is worth supporting. The councilors are not any better. They are totally out of… Continue reading Cornwall Resident Puts Riverdale House Up for Sale After Election Candidate Disgust LTE 101718

Bad Management & Council Lead to High Taxes in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 100218

Cornwall Ontario – The city likes to give out voodoo numbers when it comes to tax increases, but the bottom line is the bottom line.  If you raise taxes nearly 20% per term without increasing revenues something always gives out. Even worse, if you borrow money to pay for a tax increase, as Cornwall did… Continue reading Bad Management & Council Lead to High Taxes in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 100218

Ontario Premier Doug Ford Issues Cautious Statement on USMCA Deal with TRUMP Government 100118

Premier Doug Ford released the following statement today on the announcement of USMCA: “We want to make Ontario open for business. That’s why, from day one, we have offered our full support to our federal partner throughout the USMCA negotiation process to make sure a deal got done. We also need to create and protect… Continue reading Ontario Premier Doug Ford Issues Cautious Statement on USMCA Deal with TRUMP Government 100118

Cornwall City Councilor Mark A MacDonald Submits Tax Reduction Plan to Council & Staff 042718

Cornwall Ontario –   City Councilor Mark A MacDonald who has come under fire for pointing out the obvious, that which has inflamed the fiscal burden on the city’s budget might be where Cornwall has to look to find solutions, has come out with an intriguing and positive proposal which he’s released to city staff, council,… Continue reading Cornwall City Councilor Mark A MacDonald Submits Tax Reduction Plan to Council & Staff 042718

The Unknown Future for Cornwall Ontario’s Waterfront by Emily Hutcheon 042418

Cornwall Ontario – It’s been an exciting week so far! I finally returned to Cornwall after being away for over a year, just in time for an important city council meet.   Last night City council kicked off the meeting with a presentation on Waterfront Lands given by Rachel Perkins. At the beginning of the… Continue reading The Unknown Future for Cornwall Ontario’s Waterfront by Emily Hutcheon 042418

Cornwall Paralegal James Moak Featured in Law Times Over Unauthorized Practice of Law

Cornwall Ontario – For Cornwall, Kingston, and now Ottawa Paralegal James Moak it’s been an interesting fight to see unauthorized practice by unlicensed people appearing before the Landlord & Tenant board of Ontario and other courts. He was recently featured in the LAW TIMES twice (HERE & HERE)  The weekly news bible reviewed his battle… Continue reading Cornwall Paralegal James Moak Featured in Law Times Over Unauthorized Practice of Law

Treading Water Budget for Cornwall Highlights Failure @ City Hall – by Jamie Gilcig 030918

Cornwall Ontario – What an ugly budget procedure this year has been, and it’s not over yet.    What we’re starting to see clearly is that the adage that you get the government you deserve always comes home to roost.   A motion to cap an increase @ 4% because of a raping of reserve funds? … Continue reading Treading Water Budget for Cornwall Highlights Failure @ City Hall – by Jamie Gilcig 030918

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