City Council Round Up In Cornwall Ontario for Monday January 27, 2014 by E. V. Hutcheon

    Cornwall Ontario – On Monday evening  Cornwall’s City Councilors met to go over and discuss current issues happening. It was a small meeting this week, with Councilor Carr M.I.A, only three reporters and four people sitting in on the meeting. The mayor as always, joined us in fine fashion as he sat down… Continue reading City Council Round Up In Cornwall Ontario for Monday January 27, 2014 by E. V. Hutcheon

The Working Class Declaring An Increase In Minimum Wage by E. V. Hutcheon Jan 28,2014

  Cornwall Ontario – In the past, Ontario has had one of the lowest minimum wage rates across the Country. Today, the minimum wage as it stands at $10.25 since 2010 and is currently, one of the highest in the Country.  If you’re feeding a family or just trying to support yourself and you work… Continue reading The Working Class Declaring An Increase In Minimum Wage by E. V. Hutcheon Jan 28,2014

Winter on Pitt Street in Cornwall Ontario by E. V. Hutcheon January 25, 2014

Cornwall Ontario – Despite those few odd days of warmth that were granted to the city of Cornwall, we have seen a pretty harsh winter this year. With bone chilling winds at frost biting temperatures, lots of people are staying inside to save their fingertips and toes from a wintery death. If you walk up… Continue reading Winter on Pitt Street in Cornwall Ontario by E. V. Hutcheon January 25, 2014

Keegan Larose; A Bright Start Off For An Even Brighter Future by E. V. Hutcheon

Cornwall Ontario – Cornwall is the town where anyone’s dreams can be granted; all they have to do is work hard and try. Young musician Keegan Larose performed at the Grind’s open mic night. It’s been six or seven years since this energetic fellow first picked up a six string (guitar) and the began working on… Continue reading Keegan Larose; A Bright Start Off For An Even Brighter Future by E. V. Hutcheon

A Brief Over View of Teen Suicide by E. V. Hutcheon January 16, 2014

Cornwall Ontario – Writing about suicide is never a happy topic, nor is it easy. It’s hard to get the words you mean to say across, without them sounding either offensive or just down right insensitive. The only thing worse then writing about suicide, is writing about teenagers committing suicide. When you think of a… Continue reading A Brief Over View of Teen Suicide by E. V. Hutcheon January 16, 2014

E.V. Hutcheon Interviews Jacqueline Milner – Artist & Photographer in Cornwall Ontario

CFN – Jacqueline Milner is a well-known artist photographer. She has studied art all through out school and she has been selling and exhibiting her work since 2002. In 2003, Jacqueline began expanding her artistic talents from just photography, to painting professionally as well. She explains her painting grew out of her photography. When asked where… Continue reading E.V. Hutcheon Interviews Jacqueline Milner – Artist & Photographer in Cornwall Ontario

The Trials & Tribulation of College & University by St. Lawrence Intern E. V. Hutcheon DEC 23, 2013

CFN – Every year, much like schools of fish, schools of students apply for colleges and universities around Ontario, hoping to get into their first choices. While many teenagers are let down, others make their first step into adult hood. Taking the first step doesn’t always mean you are a shoo in for that dream… Continue reading The Trials & Tribulation of College & University by St. Lawrence Intern E. V. Hutcheon DEC 23, 2013

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