The Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford Daffodil Month & Dementia 041019

April is Daffodil month for the Canadian Cancer Society. Please buy and wear the Daffodil which helps fund their research, support and advocacy programs. Call 613- 932-1283 in Cornwall for more information. The Canadian Cancer Society would probably be grateful for volunteers also. Here is an old photo from the family album of the British-… Continue reading The Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford Daffodil Month & Dementia 041019

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – National Volunteer Month – Girl Guide Cookies & Ice Cream 041518

  Cornwall Ontario – April is National Volunteer month. We are so lucky to have many many great volunteers in Cornwall. You see them manning booths for such things as bake sales, having garage sales, walk-a-thons, deliver food like Meals On Wheels, golf tournaments, special dinners, etc. etc. to raise money for many causes and… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – National Volunteer Month – Girl Guide Cookies & Ice Cream 041518

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!

Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Succumbs to Cancer RIP by Jamie Gilcig March 22, 2016

The one thing that I think most people remember about Rob Ford is that he was rarely boring. Friend or foe he was a larger than life character whose legend will surely grow as we tend to remember the good of people rather than the bad…unless they were very bad. Rob Ford forced his personality into… Continue reading Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Succumbs to Cancer RIP by Jamie Gilcig March 22, 2016

Federal Harbour Lands Deal of Secrecy Fiscal Threat to Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig FEB 18, 2016

There is a reason why the Federal Government is trying to unload harbour lands across Canada.    Most are polluted or have historic environment issues that literally could cost billions of dollars to resolve. Cornwall’s harbour is so polluted that when a movement to create a beach occurred a few years ago it was pointed… Continue reading Federal Harbour Lands Deal of Secrecy Fiscal Threat to Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig FEB 18, 2016

Is New EOHU Restaurant Sign Program a Weapon in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig JAN 1, 2016

A new sign grading for local eateries goes into effect in 2016.    In theory it’s a great idea giving consumers a clear window via a Green card, inferring safety, yellow, and red for closed.    However in theory Communism is the best form of government which has never really worked out. The issue is… Continue reading Is New EOHU Restaurant Sign Program a Weapon in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig JAN 1, 2016

Is Cornwall Ontario the Cancer Capital of Canada by Jamie Gilcig – FEB 24, 2015

CORNWALL Ontario – That pretty picture above is actually a slide of cancer cells.   For nearly three years CFN has been trying to glean information about Cancer rates in Cornwall Ontario to only be met with roadblocks and a total lack of disclosure and information by the very agencies that deal in health and… Continue reading Is Cornwall Ontario the Cancer Capital of Canada by Jamie Gilcig – FEB 24, 2015

Terry Fox Cancer Run in Cornwall Ontario – Sunday September 14, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – It was 34 summers ago that a young man from British Columbia captivated the world with his determination to find a cure for cancer. More than one million Canadians will participate at approximately 6,000 locations across Canada. Since Terry’s Marathon of Hope in 1980, The Terry Fox Foundation has raised over $600… Continue reading Terry Fox Cancer Run in Cornwall Ontario – Sunday September 14, 2014

Local Girl Kim Seguin Turns Page After Surviving Cancer in Cornwall Ontario – July 16, 2014

CFN – Editor’s note.   One of our CFN contibutor’s was so struck by Kim’s story that she insisted that we publish it.  Kim obliged and we first printed this in the South Stormont News. My name is Kim, I’m originally from Casselman, and I’ve been living in Cornwall for 8 years now. I decided… Continue reading Local Girl Kim Seguin Turns Page After Surviving Cancer in Cornwall Ontario – July 16, 2014

Is Ignorance Bliss When it Comes to Cancer? by Garden Girl – March 28, 2014

CFN – I have been following recent local events and reading many people’s opinions on many matters and am constantly surprised by the ignorance I encounter. Do these people not have access to google? Have they not completed grade 6? Do they not have any rational intelligent friends who care enough about them to correct… Continue reading Is Ignorance Bliss When it Comes to Cancer? by Garden Girl – March 28, 2014

Goodbye 2013! Celebrating Life After Cancer by Andrea Paine Jan 5, 2014

CFN – We said good-bye to 2013 a couple of days ago. For me, it was a bittersweet good-bye; sad because I have always been emotional with them, and happy because 2013 was a year of endings and new beginnings. And that type of year is filled with sadness, hardship, effort and joy. The roller… Continue reading Goodbye 2013! Celebrating Life After Cancer by Andrea Paine Jan 5, 2014

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