Why the Conservatives Can’t Beat Justin Trudeau. By Jamie Gilcig #cdnpoli

SEPTEMBER 20, 2021 – So it’s election day and Justin Trudeau is flirting with a Majority victory. The blessing is that it’s been a short election, but for those that truly care about having a strong democracy there should be much cause for concern. Small media outlets like this one have not had any ad… Continue reading Why the Conservatives Can’t Beat Justin Trudeau. By Jamie Gilcig #cdnpoli

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?

Election Ad Offers & CFN National Seat Snapshot for AUGUST 22, 2021

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AUGUST 21, 2021 – It’s been a slow ugly start to the election. The debaters have been announced.. Frankly this writer sees no point or interest in having the Greens or Bloc attend. One has a leader who doesn’t have a seat in parliament and the Bloc are at kindest, a regional party, at worst,… Continue reading Election Ad Offers & CFN National Seat Snapshot for AUGUST 22, 2021

View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – A Pandemic of Stupidity #cdnpoli

JANUARY 2, 2021 – Stupidity seems to have infected the political class including- MLA’s, ministers, and political staff. What do they NOT get about restricting travel during the COVID pandemic, especially in provinces with a lock down in place? It is pretty simple- when the health advice on federal and provincial websites is asking you… Continue reading View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – A Pandemic of Stupidity #cdnpoli

Will We Ever See an NFL Team North of the Border?

Canadians love football just as much as their neighbours south of the border, with the Canadian Football League hosting its nine-team league across the country. For a few years in the 1990s, the CFL even tried to expand into the United States, although this nearly ruined the league financially. So far, the NFL hasn’t managed… Continue reading Will We Ever See an NFL Team North of the Border?

What Positive Effects Could Canada See from Sports Betting

There currently seems to be a shift in the mindset of North Americans towards sports betting. In the United States, with PASPA being struck down, there has been a renewed vigor in the US to get the appropriate legislature in place so that sports betting can finally be made available to the masses. We have… Continue reading What Positive Effects Could Canada See from Sports Betting

What has Canada given to the World of Cards?

When it was announced that Donald Trump would be applying tariffs to Canadian products, it seemed pretty inevitable that there were going to be repercussions, but nobody could have expected those to include a tariff being applied to playing cards! Indeed, while some people are worried about whether they will end up paying more to play… Continue reading What has Canada given to the World of Cards?

New Councillor Announced for Ward 33 after Shelley Carroll Disaster by Emily Hutcheon 052418

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Toronto Ontario – At nine thirty a.m on Tuesday May 22nd 2018, Toronto City Council sat down to determine who would be taking command over ward 33 (Don Valley East) after the resignation of Shelley Carroll this past April. Carroll stepped down from office on April 5th, in order to run for the provincial Liberal Party… Continue reading New Councillor Announced for Ward 33 after Shelley Carroll Disaster by Emily Hutcheon 052418

April 3, 2018 is 15th Annual Oncology Nursing Day in Canada!

  Vancouver  British Columbia – In honour of the 15th annual Oncology Nursing Day, the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology invites you to view its new video that shows how oncology nurses, individually and collectively, hold the vision that every Canadian who encounters a cancer diagnosis individually, within their family or community has the… Continue reading April 3, 2018 is 15th Annual Oncology Nursing Day in Canada!

FORD Recalls Over 60,000 Fusion & Lincoln MKZ Vehicles 2014-2018 031418

  Cornwall Ontario –  Who needs to steer anyway?   Over 60,000 Fords in Canada, part of over 1.4 million in total, are being recalled because of steering wheel latches that can detach from the steering column! Cars affected come from: 2014-17 Ford Fusions built in the  Flat Rock Assembly Plant – Aug. 6, 2013 to Feb. 29,… Continue reading FORD Recalls Over 60,000 Fusion & Lincoln MKZ Vehicles 2014-2018 031418

Fraser Institute Report Points to Canadians Being Scrooges to Charities 121317

Fraser Institute News Release: Amount Canadians donate to charity at a 10-year low   VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The amount Canadians donate to charities—as a share of their income—has hit a 10-year low and lags far behind the amount Americans give, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan… Continue reading Fraser Institute Report Points to Canadians Being Scrooges to Charities 121317

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

Should Canada Build A Wall & Bill President Trump Personally? By Jamie Gilcig 081917

Cornwall Ontario – As NAV Can gets filled at the taxpayer’s expense as I type these words I think it’s time to maybe consider building a wall in this region between the US and Canada and send the bill to US President Donald Trump. Now I don’t mean to send to the bill to the… Continue reading Should Canada Build A Wall & Bill President Trump Personally? By Jamie Gilcig 081917

How the rise of Canada is in some ways greater than even America’s. By Conrad Black JUNE 30, 2017

Canada has, as the French say, the fault of its qualities. Because it is always consensual and never revolutionary, it has relatively less drama than have had the other G-7 countries National Archives of Canada-PA-091061/ THE CANADIAN PRESS The countries that are today the G-7 leading democratic economic powers all underwent radical political changes between… Continue reading How the rise of Canada is in some ways greater than even America’s. By Conrad Black JUNE 30, 2017

CFIA RECALL iogo Yogurt Due to Pieces of Plastic JUNE 9, 2017

Food Recall Warning – iögo yogurt products recalled due to the potential presence of pieces of plastic Recall date: June 8, 2017 Reason for recall: Other Hazard classification: Class 2 Company / Firm: Ultima Foods Distribution: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan Extent of the distribution: Consumer Contents Recall details Recalled products What you… Continue reading CFIA RECALL iogo Yogurt Due to Pieces of Plastic JUNE 9, 2017

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