Cornwall Ontario – In what promises to be the most entertaining race in the upcoming Municipal elections, former mayor of South Stormont Bryan McGillis has announced that he will be running against the current deputy mayor, Tammy Hart. McGillis had been mayor from 2006-2014.  He won his first election atContinue Reading

Cornwall Ontario – Residents of South Stormont are truly learning that you do get the government you deserve. They’re also learning that we need to do more than just vote every four years to not only protect our communities, but to grow them progressively and productively. Elect idjits and well,Continue Reading

CFN –  Deputy Judge Raymond H Gouin handed down an Ontario record decision of cost against Richard and Ruth Currier of Ingleside Ontario after their Small Claims Case against Jamie Gilcig, editor of CFN, was tossed out of court after a motion to dismiss. Hate Group Leader & Good FriendContinue Reading

CFN – Tammy Hart and her very odd council in South Stormont appear to be in retreat after humiliating the township, again. In an act of truly boggling weirdness she and her council initiated discussion in limiting or eliminating cameras in open council meetings. Ms Hart and friends have anContinue Reading

CORNWALL Ontario – One of the biggest issues I focused on during the municipal election was the need to change the culture of Cornwall. We needed to stop running the city like it was a closed shop and be more inclusive, especially when it involved the public or tax payers.Continue Reading

 CORNWALL Ontario – Voters wanted change and they made their voices heard Monday night as Mayor Bob Kilger went down in flames.  Going along with him were long term councilors Syd Gardiner, Denis Carr, the despised Glen Grant and Gerry Samson. As of 9:25 PM one poll still wasn’t reportingContinue Reading

CFN– The election in South Stormont took an ugly turn as the South Stormont Chamber of Commerce has been officially hijacked.    The chamber, having been resuscitated from death in the last year, took a downward turn after sitting President Donna Primeau chose to not have the scheduled AGM. AccordingContinue Reading