Raymond Cho is our Ontario’s Minister for Seniors. According to a very interesting article in the October issue of Good Times Magazine, he is an energetic 82 year old who says that, “I take my job as a mission.”Minister Cho is from South Korea and has been in Canada about 50 years. He became a… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Sunday Busing in Cornwall & Riley’s 30th Anniversary of Rob & Ana Curran’s ownership! 092519
Cornwall Ontario – As council argues over whether to cut pizza and pop for committee meetings CFN has discovered that the City rents space above Gordon’s Jewellers on 2nd and Pitt so drivers can use the loo or take a lunch break. Of course if they break there where would they leave their buses? The… Continue reading Budget Burns in Cornwall CFN Discovers $59K Bus Loo Contract Above Gordon’s Jewellers 030618
Cornwall Transit driver makes final stop on lengthy career CORNWALL ONTARIO – A well-known and well-liked Cornwall Transit driver made his final stop on Wednesday after a lengthy career with the service. Driver Gilles Lafrance drove his familiar Pitt-McConnell bus to the Downtown transfer point Wednesday morning and walked off the bus into retirement after… Continue reading Cornwall Bus Driver Retires After 28 Years of Service NOV 16, 2016
It’s odd. We live in a City where we pay large salaries to city staff and managers and then elect a mayor and council to lead. They then dump off decisions to even more pricey consultants. Does this make any sense? Maybe we shouldn’t have staff and managers and just hire consultants to run Cornwall?… Continue reading Does Council Really Need to Fund a $70K Study for Sunday Bus Service in Cornwall Ontario FEB 5, 2016
CFN – In 1927, a young man who was blind , Morris Frank, read a story about dogs being trained as guide dogs for blinded WW1 veterans. . According to the Seeing eye Organization website, he wrote to the author of the article asking for help because he was so frustrated with his mobility… Continue reading Seniors Situation by Dawn Ford – Seeing Eye Dogs, Cats, Hospice Needs & Why No Bus Service on Christmas in Cornwall?
One of the things I’ve always bragged about Cornwall is that you can drive anywhere in about ten minutes. Really, I kid you not and we’re not a small village, but a city of nearly 50,000 people. I know that’s changing and there are some issues now because of some poor city planning, but… Continue reading Election Blog – Jamie Gilcig – Mayor – Cornwall Ontario – Talking Cornwall Transit & Mobility
CFN – Another Bus accident for Cornwall Transit. York Street between 2nd and 3rd is closed after a bus and car had an incident. Special thanks to Michel Lalonde for his photos! If you see news happen email your pics or video to email@example.com or call our hotline at 613 361 1755. No injuries… Continue reading UPDATED – Another Bus Accident in Cornwall Ontario – Esther Paquette Charged – York & Second Street – August 2, 2013