How Many Lives Will Ford Gov’t Neglect of Healthcare System Cost Ontario? By Jamie Gilcig

January 19, 2023 – It’s been a scary few years in Ontario when it comes to health care. The system was already strained and corrupted BEFORE Covid. When the virus hit it truly exposed our greatest weaknesses. The lack of care for elders and those that needed Long Term Care. Psychological and mental health support.… Continue reading How Many Lives Will Ford Gov’t Neglect of Healthcare System Cost Ontario? By Jamie Gilcig

Yes, the NDP Need to Boot Joel Harden. #saynotoantisemitism By Jamie Gilcig

November 21, 2022 – It’s so hard to write pieces like this. It gives light to some very cretinous people. At my most generous, actions like the storm caused by Ottawa MPP Joel Harden can be passed off for ignorance, but deep down it doesn’t feel that way to me. This isn’t the first time… Continue reading Yes, the NDP Need to Boot Joel Harden. #saynotoantisemitism By Jamie Gilcig

CDSBEO Tells Parents Schools Will be Closed as CUPE & Ford Govt Huff & Puff @ Kids Expense in Ontario. By Jamie Gilcig POLL

November 3, 2022 – The Catholic School board in the Cornwall & SD&G area are giving parents notice that schools will be closed if CUPE goes on Strike Friday. The Ford Government is preemptively triggering the Notwithstanding clause which seems barbaric. At issue is the polarity of both sides. The Union, which clearly is Anti… Continue reading CDSBEO Tells Parents Schools Will be Closed as CUPE & Ford Govt Huff & Puff @ Kids Expense in Ontario. By Jamie Gilcig POLL

Cornwall Ontario CAO Maureen Adams Checks Out After Election Results. Takes Gig in SD&G. Should City Workers Have to Live in the City? By Jamie Gilcig

October 26, 2022 – The first change occurred after the election. CAO Maureen Adams has shifted from bloating Cornwall’s taxes, and moved to SD&G where she will take over for Tim Simpson. Ms Adams is a resident of Long Sault. More changes are expected at City Hall as residents frustrations are growing in volume and… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario CAO Maureen Adams Checks Out After Election Results. Takes Gig in SD&G. Should City Workers Have to Live in the City? By Jamie Gilcig

NHL OPENING DAY – Did Habs Really Improve? by Jamie Gilcig – HOCKEY CRUNCH

October 10, 2022 – There’s a lot of excitement in la belle province as the season kicks off against The Leafs. The Habs didn’t win a pre season game this year, but this scribbler predicts a pounding of Toronto tonight. It’s not that the team is that much better. It’s just good drama. Under Jeff… Continue reading NHL OPENING DAY – Did Habs Really Improve? by Jamie Gilcig – HOCKEY CRUNCH

Hockey Canada Scandal Demands Nothing Less Than A Clean Sweep. By Jamie Gilcig HOCKEY CRUNCH

OCTOBER 5, 2022 – The problem with lawyers is that while the great ones can prove in court that elephants just might be able to fly; in the real world, when the issue is heinous enough, it doesn’t really matter if elephants can indeed fly or not. In this situation it’s gone way past the… Continue reading Hockey Canada Scandal Demands Nothing Less Than A Clean Sweep. By Jamie Gilcig HOCKEY CRUNCH

Yes, Justin Trudeau is the Underdog in the Next Canadian Federal Election #CDNPOLI By Jamie Gilcig

September 15, 2022 – It’s rare for an incumbent, especially an established one with the lineage that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has. Justin is very different than his father. At times it feels like he’s forcing it, being a Trudeau. He’s had a blessed political career that has seen him survive self inflicted scandals… Continue reading Yes, Justin Trudeau is the Underdog in the Next Canadian Federal Election #CDNPOLI By Jamie Gilcig

As Ontario’s Healthcare System Crumbles It’s Time to Think Outside of the Box. Tax Free Crisis Shifts. By Jamie Gilcig #ohip #medicare #onpoli #cdnpoli

July 27, 2022 – One of the biggest things the Covid-19 Pandemic has done is show how truly weak and messed up our healthcare system is. This isn’t something that can easily be fixed. Money alone will not solve the issues which impact different provinces differently depending on their systems. In Cornwall, the city just… Continue reading As Ontario’s Healthcare System Crumbles It’s Time to Think Outside of the Box. Tax Free Crisis Shifts. By Jamie Gilcig #ohip #medicare #onpoli #cdnpoli

Freeland Stiffs Canadians with New Inflationary Action Announcement. #cdnpoli By Jamie Gilcig

June 17, 2022 – For those on fixed incomes, or lower incomes, or working class incomes, or middle class incomes, the announcement by Liberal Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is a slap to the face. Many of its facets are not new, but already in her last budgets. Many of the facets are promises down the… Continue reading Freeland Stiffs Canadians with New Inflationary Action Announcement. #cdnpoli By Jamie Gilcig

Melanie Joly Digs a Deeper Hole over Russia Mess VIEW FROM THE HILL by KEITH BEARDSLEY

JUNE 15, 2022 – The present Minister of Foreign Affairs, Melanie Joly, needs to learn when to be quiet. It is enough that a bureaucrat in her department attended a Russian Embassy reception when Canada is supporting Ukraine against the Russian invasion. But to keep insisting the buck stops with her and she didn’t know… Continue reading Melanie Joly Digs a Deeper Hole over Russia Mess VIEW FROM THE HILL by KEITH BEARDSLEY

Conservative Leadership New Membership Number Shell Game can Backfire VIEW FROM THE HILL by Keith Beardsley

JUNE 13, 2022 – Here we go again, teams of partisans backing various candidates shouting out their membership numbers in the Conservative Leadership race. While we all know this is a fool’s game, those partisans buried in their bunkers think this is important and in effect are shouting out “look at me, aren’t we great”.… Continue reading Conservative Leadership New Membership Number Shell Game can Backfire VIEW FROM THE HILL by Keith Beardsley

Patrick Brown Comment Highlights US Shift in Canadian Politics During Conservative Leadership Race. VIEW FROM THE HILL by Keith Beardsley

JUNE 13, 2022 – Patrick Brown’s comment that he wouldn’t run for the Conservatives if Poilievre was the leader was quite frankly dumb. From a strategic viewpoint he gains nothing,first round but loses a lot. He comes across as a bit of a sore loser and he hasn’t even lost yet. Maybe he forgot that… Continue reading Patrick Brown Comment Highlights US Shift in Canadian Politics During Conservative Leadership Race. VIEW FROM THE HILL by Keith Beardsley

Cornwall Ontario Does Not Have Great Poutine. By Jamie Gilcig

May 20, 2022 – It’s amazing how some people try to be things they are not. The truly best poutine on the planet is in Quebec. It’s an institution in the province, and while the dish is greatly copied and improvised in many places, if you truly want great poutine you have to go to… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario Does Not Have Great Poutine. By Jamie Gilcig

Doug Ford Gas Tax Redux is Blatant Hypocrisy & Vote Pandering

April 4, 2022 – For many of us struggling through Covid in Ontario it feels like the Ford Government secretly supports the Randy Hillier crowd. Horrible take back of mask mandates as a sixth wave of a World Wide pandemic that has killed over 5 million people and you can’t even shop safely. The public… Continue reading Doug Ford Gas Tax Redux is Blatant Hypocrisy & Vote Pandering

Discreditable Ottawa Police Services and Neglect of Duty – Letter to the Editor

February 3, 2022 – Crimes and offences are not just illegal actions; they are also illegal failures to act and omitting to act contrary to law. Protesters in Ottawa are committing illegal acts, and the Ottawa Police Service is failing to act against them. Since at least January 29th, 2022, and still ongoing, an unruly… Continue reading Discreditable Ottawa Police Services and Neglect of Duty – Letter to the Editor

Who’s To Blame for Omicron Mess in Canada? Look in the Mirror. By Jamie Gilcig

January 3, 2022 – As we watch numbers shooting up here in Canada it’s easy to blame politicians. Lord knows they deserve it, from Prime Minister Trudeau, to most of the premiers, to even local municipal officials. We have as a society failed. To clarify. It’s one thing to believe something, even if wrong, like… Continue reading Who’s To Blame for Omicron Mess in Canada? Look in the Mirror. By Jamie Gilcig

View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – O’Toole Gag Order on Bill 21 is Weak Sauce

December 19, 2021 – If media reports are correct, O’Toole has prohibited his MPs from speaking out publicly about Quebec’s racist Bill 21. While O’Toole says he is personally opposed to this law, he refuses to say that it should be challenged in court. Instead, he lets it continue to fester as a Quebec based… Continue reading View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley – O’Toole Gag Order on Bill 21 is Weak Sauce

Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Tiger Passes Away & Thanking CCH & St. Joseph’s CCC For Great Care.

NOVEMBER 23, 2021 – The phrase, “One Day at a Time” can suddenly take on new meaning when we are battling a problem. Recently in August I was in the Cornwall Community Hospital for 3 weeks and underwent surgery. The staff in the ICU are angels…professional and very caring. I was also on the 2nd.… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room. By Dawn Ford – Tiger Passes Away & Thanking CCH & St. Joseph’s CCC For Great Care.

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