Earth Matters by Jacqueline Milner – Greenvention & SunChips – Cornwall Ontario – March 15, 2010

Did you receive your new phone book recently?  Have you noticed that the Yellow pages now include an ecoGuide?  How amazing is this…we now have recycling and repurposing information right at our finger tips. This guide lists all the local organizations and businesses that will look after your hazardous waste items and repurpose the items […]

EDITORIAL – NAFTA Under the Gun – Canada should never be for sale – Jamie Gilcig – Cornwall Ontario – March 10, 2010

It may be time to circle the wagons here in Canada.  A group of politicians in the US are planting the seeds to open the NAFTA trade agreement. Created during the Mulroney era, NAFTA has been argued on both sides of the border since its inception.   This US initiative is essentially being directed in […]

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 […]

Our Story Picked up by Bourque Newswatch – December 7, 2009

THIS  STORY we wrote was picked up by the Bourque Newswatch, one of Canada’s biggest news portals on the web.   It doesn’t happen very often and we’re proud to have our site exposed to the world. So hello to all of you new readers of The Cornwall Free News and welcome to our community. […]

Local Burger King Restaurants sold to US Firm

If you have ever eaten at Burger King here in Cornwall odds are it was owned by the Larry Keen Group; an Ontario firm that owns several restaurants. As of this month most of their restaurants have been sold to a large US firm specializing in food and hospitality. Recently area staff received letters that […]

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