Cornwall Ontario – CFN is proud to present a new column by former City of Cornwall HR specialist and Whistle blower, Diane Shay. Diane was a manager at Glen Stor Dun Lodge, our area’s government run seniors residence who became embroiled in a massive Whistle Blowing case that the cityContinue Reading

CORNWALL Ontario –  Last night was odd and funny.  Cornwall City Council debated a new committee to hash out a Code of Conduct. There is the municipal act, the Council and CAO covenant (a joke document that the Mayor said isn’t even implemented) , and just plain common sense, butContinue Reading

CORNWALL Ontario – In what has been a not so magical mystery tour the City of Cornwall has relented and agreed to allow the Vincent family ice rink to at least finish off the season, even though part of the ice surface is on City property (as is the family’sContinue Reading

CORNWALL Ontario – Leslie O’Shaughnessy showed a little rust.  After all it’d been over a year since he left public office; but he warmed up as the capacity crowd at the Ramada In who listened to him talk about why he resigned in protest from his role as City Councilor ofContinue Reading

CORNWALL Ontario – So I was asked by someone on my election team how I could cover Leslie O’Shaughnessy’s  campaign kick off event last night seeing as I am running against him and Mayor Kilger in the election? It’s a valid question; but then I guess after nearly six yearsContinue Reading

(Andre Rivette seated and chatting with candidate Mark A MacDonald) CORNWALL Ontario – In a surprising announcement long time veteran councilor Andre Rivette came out in support of Leslie O’Shaughnessy over incumbent Bob Kilger and rookie mayoralty candidate Jamie Gilcig Friday night at a capacity room in the Ramada. Mr.Continue Reading

CORNWALL Ontario – And then there were three.    Former councilor Leslie O’Shaugnessy filed his paperwork at City Hall at approximately 4:15 PM Wednesday to run for Mayor of Cornwall Ontario. He joins current mayor Robert Bob Kilger and CFN Editor Jamie Gilcig as we get closer to the SeptemberContinue Reading