It’s Truly Time to Pull Together and Fight the COVID 19 Coronavirus. By Jamie Gilcig 040220

It’s Truly Time to Pull Together and Fight the COVID 19 Coronavirus. By Jamie Gilcig 040220

There will be a time to hold the many accountable for the utter disaster we are facing. Today is not that time. Some of you reading this most likely not be here when that time comes. We are facing a lock down of 4-6 months, and most likely will see some form of Martial law. […]

5 Cornwall Churches Send out Canada Post Mailer Inviting People to Event on April 10th Against Emergency COVID 19 Coronavirus Orders 033120

5 Cornwall Churches Send out Canada Post Mailer Inviting People to Event on April 10th Against Emergency COVID 19 Coronavirus Orders 033120

A package with a glossy card, and other objects has been arriving all around Cornwall inviting the public to attend a church gathering at Aultstille Theatre (approximately 700 seats) for April 10, 2020. This would appear to be in violation of Ontario Emergency orders. We will update as more information becomes available. The Cornwall Police […]

List of Ontario Essential Services During COVID 19 Coronavirus Crisis MARCH 24, 2020

List of Ontario Essential Services During COVID 19 Coronavirus Crisis MARCH 24, 2020

For the purposes of this order, businesses include any-for-profit, non-profit or other entity providing the goods and services described herein. This does not preclude the provision of work and services by entities not on this list either online, by telephone or by mail/delivery. Note that teleworking and online commerce are permitted at all times for all businesses. […]

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce on Tentative Agreement with English Catholic Teachers OECTA 031220 #onpoli

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce on Tentative Agreement with English Catholic Teachers OECTA 031220 #onpoli

TORONTO — Today, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following statement regarding a tentative agreement with the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA): “Our Government achieved our foremost priority – landing a good deal with a teachers’ union that advances the priorities of students and parents. We are pleased to announce a tentative agreement […]

Ontario Confirms All 3 Cases of Coronavirus are now Clear & No Longer Infectious #onpoli 021220

Ontario Confirms All 3 Cases of Coronavirus are now Clear & No Longer Infectious #onpoli 021220

TORONTO — Today, Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of Health, confirmed that the province’s third case of the 2019 novel coronavirus is now resolved: “On January 31, we reported a confirmed case located in London, Ontario. Additional testing has been conducted by both the Public Health Ontario Laboratory and the National Microbiology Lab (Winnipeg). […]

MPP Amanda Simard Throws Hissy Fit – Walks Over to Join Liberals After Francophone Gig Snub. By Jamie Gilcig 011620

MPP Amanda Simard Throws Hissy Fit – Walks Over to Join Liberals After Francophone Gig Snub.  By Jamie Gilcig 011620

Bratty Conservative MPP Amanda Simard, who caused a huge storm against Premier Doug Ford, has walked the floor. Ironically the decision comes after another of those wacky corrupt Burke women was given a plum gig that it appears Ms Simard was expecting to get. I mean, it must feel bad, losing out to someone from […]

More Working Poor Accessing Food Banks in Ontario 120219 #onpoli

More Working Poor Accessing Food Banks in Ontario 120219 #onpoli

A new report by Feed Ontario reveals a 27 percent increase in the number of individuals with employment income accessing food banks over the last three years TORONTO, Dec. 02, 2019 — Feed Ontario, formerly the Ontario Association of Food Banks, released its 2019 Hunger Report today, revealing that 510,438 individuals accessed a food bank […]

Fraser Institute: ON Gov’t Workers Paid Over 10% More Than Private Sector Workers. 112819 #ONPOLI

Fraser Institute: ON Gov’t Workers Paid Over 10% More Than Private Sector Workers. 112819 #ONPOLI

TORONTO, Nov. 28, 2019 Government employees in Ontario received 10.3 per cent higher wages on average than comparable workers in the private sector last year, and enjoyed much more generous non-wage benefits, too, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. “Bringing government-sector compensation in line with the […]

Will the Truth Come Out in the Babak Saidi Shooting Death @ OPP Detachment in Morrisburg as Inquest Called? 101119

Will the Truth Come Out in the Babak Saidi Shooting Death @ OPP Detachment in Morrisburg as Inquest Called? 101119

Dr. Louise McNaughton-Filion, Regional Supervising Coroner for East Region, Ottawa Office, announced today that an inquest will be held into the death of Babak Saidi. Mr. Saidi, 43, died on December 23, 2017, in Morrisburg, of injuries sustained when he was shot by an Ontario Provincial Police officer. An inquest is mandatory under the Coroners […]

No School Strikes as CUPE & Ford Government Settle – Deal Goes for Ratification 100719 #onpoli

No School Strikes as CUPE & Ford Government Settle – Deal Goes for Ratification 100719 #onpoli

Imagine that. No strike in Ontario during this Federal election. While details are sparse at this time, the agreement allows the status quo to roll. From Premier Ford: “Throughout this process our goal has been to establish agreements that respect taxpayers, students and families, while also recognizing the important contributions of our front-line education workers. […]

Education Action & Strike Call Are Reasons to Look @ the Future of Education in Ontario. By Jamie Gilcig 100519 #ONPOLI

Education Action & Strike Call Are Reasons to Look @ the Future of Education in Ontario.  By Jamie Gilcig 100519 #ONPOLI

This writer was shocked this week and it takes a lot to shock someone as jaded as myself. Number 7. Do not administer medication? Really? Social media was littered with reports of children being forced to eat lunch at their desks with some allegations of them having to sit on the hall floors and eat. […]

Cornwall Ontario Cat Hating Mayor Bernadette Clement Admits City Has Not Done Ford Line by Line Financial Review. By Jamie Gilcig 082319

Cornwall Ontario Cat Hating Mayor Bernadette Clement Admits City Has Not Done Ford  Line by Line Financial Review. By Jamie Gilcig  082319

Over 90 per cent of eligible municipalities have participated in the Ford governments line-by-line budget review. Cornwall’s Cat hating mayor Bernadette Clement admitted recently at the AMO conference that the city was not one of those to take the provincial funded exercise. Why wouldn’t she and the city do so? After all we clearly have […]

Gail Vaz Oxlade Autism Rant @ Lisa MacLeod Proves the Power of a Word. By Jamie Gilcig 070119 PROFANITY ALERT

Gail Vaz Oxlade Autism Rant @ Lisa MacLeod Proves the Power of  a Word. By Jamie Gilcig 070119  PROFANITY ALERT

George Carlin would be smiling from ear to ear over the latest explosion about the use of one of his Seven Words you can’t say on TV. Earlier this week Gail, an autism advocate, and clearly not a fan of the Ford gov’t, tweeted out : “Does she know her mother is a heartless cunt? “ […]

Dear Premier Ford – Carbon Taxes & Gas Gouging in Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 041119 PETITION

Dear Premier Ford – Carbon Taxes & Gas Gouging in Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 041119   PETITION

I don’t envy your job Doug. I would never want to be Premier of Ontario. I admire your fight against the pointless and abusive cash grab that is the carbon tax. While that is going to be a long fight there is something your government can actually nail down and help we struggling Ontarian’s with […]

McDonell Office Staff Call Police on Autism Protesters in Cornwall Ontario 031219

McDonell Office Staff Call Police on Autism Protesters in Cornwall Ontario 031219

A very tiny protest led to police officers rushing to MPP Jim McDonell’s office on 2nd Street West in Cornwall this afternoon. It’s alleged that staff hit the actual panic button when a 5 year old wouldn’t stop fidgeting with the blinds in the riding office. No charges have been laid and the CCPS has […]

Shameful Trial Muzzled by Justice Deborah Kinsella in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 121318

Shameful Trial Muzzled by Justice Deborah Kinsella in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig 121318

Cornwall Ontario – Justice Deborah Kinsella, who brought a Judge Judy pencil bag to trial,  gagged a case this writer covered.   Not only did she place a gag order on the plaintiff and defendant.  She put the same order on the witnesses.    While there is a reason to gag elements of a case, to […]

Fraser Institute Reports Ontario’s health-care wait times no longer shortest in Canada

Fraser Institute Reports Ontario’s health-care wait times no longer shortest in Canada

Ontario can no longer claim the shortest median wait time for medically necessary treatment in Canada, with patients in the province waiting an estimated 15.7 weeks (on average) in 2018, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. Saskatchewan’s wait time of 15.4 weeks is the […]

Dianne Poirier is a Nitwit – Liberal Francophone Organizer on Display @ McDonnell Rally by Jamie Gilcig 120218

Dianne Poirier is a Nitwit – Liberal Francophone Organizer on Display @ McDonnell Rally by Jamie Gilcig 120218

Cornwall Ontario – I kinda giggled when I found out that there was a Canadian Francophone organisation locally.   Not because I disrespect Francophones, but this area has people like that silly man with his pins and of course Dianne Poirier, retired school teacher,  who besides being President of this local group has been a driving […]

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