Can Patrick Brown Really Change the Culture of the PC Party in Ontario? by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 7, 2016

As many regular CFN viewers know I am “Hyper Non Partisan” politically.  I decided, after dealing with politicians here on CFN that I could no longer support Partisan Politics. It made no sense from a personal view point.    Yes, belonging to a group could be a good thing, but it also can be an… Continue reading Can Patrick Brown Really Change the Culture of the PC Party in Ontario? by Jamie Gilcig MARCH 7, 2016

North Bay Storage Facility Fined $100K in Falling Death Incident JAN 29, 2016

NORTH BAY Ontario  – Seavale Incorporated pleaded guilty and has been fined $100,000 after a visitor to its self-storage facility in North Bay fell through an open hole and was killed in the fall. Seavale operates a self-storage facility at the site of an old Bomarc missile site on Highway 11 North in the City… Continue reading North Bay Storage Facility Fined $100K in Falling Death Incident JAN 29, 2016

Kathleen Wynne Creating Another Layer of Tobacco Enforcement in Ontario JAN 25, 2016

  Province Strengthening Enforcement and Collaboration Ontario is taking action to combat contraband tobacco and keep our communities safe by creating a new Contraband Tobacco Enforcement Team within the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Located within the OPP’s Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, the new team will be dedicated to investigating the smuggling and trafficking of contraband… Continue reading Kathleen Wynne Creating Another Layer of Tobacco Enforcement in Ontario JAN 25, 2016

St. Mary’s Hospital Death in Montreal After Patient Refused Emergency Surgery JAN 20, 2016

Financial challenges are nothing new to health care in Quebec or anywhere else in Canada.   The province has created many private health services, but when you’re sick you expect to be treated when you enter a hospital, especially in emergency or crisis situations. A patient at St. Mary’s died because the only chance they… Continue reading St. Mary’s Hospital Death in Montreal After Patient Refused Emergency Surgery JAN 20, 2016

Bluewater Power Fined $12K for 2012 Worker Death in Sarnia Ontario – MAY 26, 2015

Bluewater Power Distribution Corporation, the utility providing electricity distribution and related services in the Sarnia-Lambton area, has been fined $120,000 in the 2012 death of a worker who was performing repair work following the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The worker was one of two who had been assigned post-storm repair work on Passingham Drive in… Continue reading Bluewater Power Fined $12K for 2012 Worker Death in Sarnia Ontario – MAY 26, 2015

Letter to the Editor Our Volunteers, Our Community by Ruth Mackenzie Ontario Trillium Foundation – April 13, 2015

Volunteers are leading social change and impacting communities around the world. Every year during National Volunteer Week, we have the opportunity to celebrate their efforts and contributions. This year, during National Volunteer Week, taking place between April 12-18, let’s shine the light on the hard work and dedication of all the volunteers who are making… Continue reading Letter to the Editor Our Volunteers, Our Community by Ruth Mackenzie Ontario Trillium Foundation – April 13, 2015

Patrick Brown Invokes Hudak Failure to Amp Up His PC Leadership Bid – CFN INTERVIEW Jan 29, 2015

CFN – Who the heck is Patrick Brown and why are we not only writing about him here on CFN, but interviewing the MP from Barrie?    MP Brown has made a splash as he fights his way towards earning the leadership of the PC party of Ontario and he’s started with a bang! In… Continue reading Patrick Brown Invokes Hudak Failure to Amp Up His PC Leadership Bid – CFN INTERVIEW Jan 29, 2015

What is the Friendliest City in Canada to Live In by Jamie Gilcig – JAN 16, 2015 #FCICANADA

CORNWALL Ontario – What is the most friendly city in Canada?  I don’t mean to tourists, but to each other as residents?  What is the best place to live? What is the best place to raise a family or retire?  Or start a business? I thought I’d found a pretty great place here in Cornwall… Continue reading What is the Friendliest City in Canada to Live In by Jamie Gilcig – JAN 16, 2015 #FCICANADA

PLEASE SIGN our Petition to the Attorney General of Ontario to have the wrongful charges dropped against Jamie Gilcig and Investigate the event fully.

It’s very rare that I appeal to the community and there are some that will suggest that this appeal is strictly for myself; maybe for selfish reasons, but it’s certainly not meant to be treated. On February 7th my life changed.  I had gone to court to try and collect from a client.  There was… Continue reading PLEASE SIGN our Petition to the Attorney General of Ontario to have the wrongful charges dropped against Jamie Gilcig and Investigate the event fully.

Maddie Di Muccio on the Future of PC Party In Ontario June 23, 2014

CFN – Maddie Di Muccio, Newmarket Councilor and columnist had a take on the future leader of the PC Party in Ontario which she has graciously allowed us to reprint here on CFN. In the wake of last week’s election debacle, now that the political obituaries have been written, it’s time for the Ontario Progressive… Continue reading Maddie Di Muccio on the Future of PC Party In Ontario June 23, 2014

Letter to the Editor on Electricity In Ontario by William Hopkinson of Cornwall

Hydro One has to be stopped.   With the recent announcement that the Ontario Hydro debt retirement charge will be taken off hydro bills in 2016 they seem to be buttering up the Ontario voter and taxpayer.  That debt was actually paid off in 2010.  Thankfully, in Cornwall we are not subject to the Ontario Hydro… Continue reading Letter to the Editor on Electricity In Ontario by William Hopkinson of Cornwall

We the undersigned ask all levels of Government, & agencies Treat CFN fairly when it comes to spending our tax dollars on advertisements and public notices.

CORNWALL Ontario – This is going to be a very very scary exercise.    After two years of boycott from City Hall that has spread to other areas of government we are going to ask the public to support us by signing the petition below. When you create a petition there’s always the chance that… Continue reading We the undersigned ask all levels of Government, & agencies Treat CFN fairly when it comes to spending our tax dollars on advertisements and public notices.

Do We Really Care About Healthcare in Ontario? by Jamie Gilcig – April 1, 2014

CORNWALL Ontario – There’s a picture of Elaine MacDonald leading a march down Pitt Street over the health accord in today’s Freeholder. Ms MacDonald must have liked our march over the Chem tanks last month as she’s imitated it; but there are a couple of very scary issues at play. First off Healthcare is one… Continue reading Do We Really Care About Healthcare in Ontario? by Jamie Gilcig – April 1, 2014

$14 Minimum Wage in Ontario? I say no and why by Jamie Gilcig January 21, 2014

CFN –   There are calls again to raise the minimum wage.    As someone who’s worked for minimum wage in their lifetime I understand the symbolism of that term, but what it’s become is a fulcrum for poverty development that actually hurts the employability of masses of people. Advocates rightly state that it’s near… Continue reading $14 Minimum Wage in Ontario? I say no and why by Jamie Gilcig January 21, 2014

Why is the Province of Ontario & Area Agencies Boycotting CFN via Ad & Notice Placements?

CFN – One of the biggest obstacles in growing our humble independent media outlet is the bizarre boycott of CFN by government agencies. While some could argue that the City of Cornwall has some sort of reason (they don’t really and were disrespecting CFN before the War started) what reason does the Province of Ontario?… Continue reading Why is the Province of Ontario & Area Agencies Boycotting CFN via Ad & Notice Placements?

Op Ed: Feedback on Ontario’s Economic Climate from a Manufacturing Business by Robert Viles

  First-quarter figures reveal that Ontario’s projected deficit remains at $11.7 billion this fiscal year, meaning that it is now a structural deficit. Current unemployment figures indicate that Ontario’s rate is above the national average for the sixth straight year.   In light of this finance minister Charles Sousa announced that he is going on… Continue reading Op Ed: Feedback on Ontario’s Economic Climate from a Manufacturing Business by Robert Viles

SD&G PC MPP Jim McDonell Rally at Ontario Quebec Border in Support of Bill 80 Fairness Is a Two Way Street

CFN – Today, local contractors and the Greater Ottawa Truckers’ Association welcomed MPP Jim McDonell and MPP Jack MacLaren to Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry to discuss MPP MacLaren’s Bill 80, Fairness Is a Two-Way Street Act, 2013, during a demonstration at the Ontario-Quebec border on Highway 2. Originally introduced by the Harris Government in 1999, the Fairness is a Two-Way… Continue reading SD&G PC MPP Jim McDonell Rally at Ontario Quebec Border in Support of Bill 80 Fairness Is a Two Way Street

The Possibility of Hamilton, Ontario by Jacqueline Milner

CFN – A recent visit with a friend in Hamilton, Ontario opened my eyes to “POSSIBILITY”.  The possibility of growing flowers and food on my own front yard.  Many front yard vegetable gardens were sighted on my stroll through an older neighborhood.  Think of the possibilities this offers.  The possibility of nutritious low cost food,… Continue reading The Possibility of Hamilton, Ontario by Jacqueline Milner

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