Pastor Tom Newton Says God Defeated Stephen Harper – LETTER TO THE EDITOR Oct. 20, 2015

  Commentary on the 2015 elections in Canada by Pastor Tom Newton – Prime Minister Harper was not defeated because his opponent was a better man. Justin Trudeau is not at all the better man as it pertains to knowledge and experience when it comes to running a country, by far. And looking at what… Continue reading Pastor Tom Newton Says God Defeated Stephen Harper – LETTER TO THE EDITOR Oct. 20, 2015

Alberta Provincial NDP Win Bodes Worse for Justin Trudeau than Stephen Harper by Jamie Gilcig – MAY 6, 2015 #cdnpoli

CFN – The biggest loser in the Province of Ontario election is not Jim Prentice and his Federal  Conservative counterparts under PM Stephen Harper, but Justin Trudeau.   As the next Federal election looms closer Canadians are mulling over a lot of options. Is the Harper government past it’s “best buy” date?  Absolutely, but then… Continue reading Alberta Provincial NDP Win Bodes Worse for Justin Trudeau than Stephen Harper by Jamie Gilcig – MAY 6, 2015 #cdnpoli

Conrad Black: A Navy Rebuilt, The Criminal Code & Mike Duffy MARCH 15, 2015

The federal government deserves credit for unveiling its plans for regeneration of Canada’s long-shrinking navy. Seven years have passed, inexplicably and expensively in terms of ultimate cost, since the prime minister announced that eight Arctic off-shore patrol ships with ice-breaking capacity would be built, the first to be delivered in 2013. Now we will have… Continue reading Conrad Black: A Navy Rebuilt, The Criminal Code & Mike Duffy MARCH 15, 2015

Was Hubert Lacroix Hired to Dismantle the CBC by Jamie Gilcig – NOV 17, 2014

CFN – It seems that there’s a move a foot to kill the CBC.  And it’s coming from within. Hubert Lacroix, the reigning President of our Nation’s broadcaster looks like Gordon Gekko a business guy/bureaucrat brought in to dismantle the CBC one block at a time. He didn’t work his way up the broadcaster, but was… Continue reading Was Hubert Lacroix Hired to Dismantle the CBC by Jamie Gilcig – NOV 17, 2014

Jim Brownell Project Truth the SD&G Highlanders & Why I Didn’t Attend Remembrance Day in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig

Does this image offend you? It should.  It does me. Does this one? Can you imagine some drunken idiot putting a picture of someone in the centre of a poppy because they were suspended by Facebook?   I know.  Insane. When presented this image Bill Maxwell of the Canadian Legion responded appropriately and was quoted… Continue reading Jim Brownell Project Truth the SD&G Highlanders & Why I Didn’t Attend Remembrance Day in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig

EI Premium Rebate is Political Marketing – Letter to the Editor by Tom Manley

The old saying is “any free advertising is good advertising”. The Harper Conservatives exploit that by getting air time over a useless rebate in EI premiums. In fact, they get double messaging by falsely claiming job creation benefits. For one, a rebate of pennies in EI premiums to small businesses does not create jobs. A… Continue reading EI Premium Rebate is Political Marketing – Letter to the Editor by Tom Manley

Is the Fix In as Council Give Cornwall Mayor Bob Kilger Signing Rights Over Harbour Lands by Jamie Gilcig

CORNWALL Ontario – While Mayor Bob Kilger and his council in Cornwall can spin the current discussions with the Federal Government over the Harbour lands, the bottom line is that council gave a green light with a 8-1 vote (councilor Samson was in Florida again) for the Mayor and Clerk (herself a lawyer) to sign… Continue reading Is the Fix In as Council Give Cornwall Mayor Bob Kilger Signing Rights Over Harbour Lands by Jamie Gilcig

Are you Tired of Senate Rhetoric in Canada Yet? My Concept for Reform by Jamie Gilcig

CFN– My understanding of our Senate in Canada growing up was that it was the somber house of last resort; a check to the balance of whatever laws elected officials in Parliament tried to ram through. We of course need a Senate to balance the vagaries of partisan political aspirations in Canada, but somehow we… Continue reading Are you Tired of Senate Rhetoric in Canada Yet? My Concept for Reform by Jamie Gilcig

Conrad Black: Justin Trudeau is Quebec’s Last Ticket In Canada MARCH 1, 2014

CFN– Justin Trudeau, who is leading by approximately 10 points in the polls, looms as a very plausible winner of next year’s election in the aftermath of the generally successful Liberal meeting in Montreal last week. Concerns about his depth and gravitas persist, but the allure of his personality is undeniable.   A condensed version… Continue reading Conrad Black: Justin Trudeau is Quebec’s Last Ticket In Canada MARCH 1, 2014

Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 25, 2014

CFN – A major discussion of the biennial Liberal Convention in Montreal was the need for infrastructure, both physical such as rail, human such as education, and services such as health care. Clearly, infrastructure is the critical role of government. Even though the private sector will usually build infrastructure, only government can pool the collective… Continue reading Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 25, 2014

Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 23, 2014

CFN – The is the Liberal Party biennial policy convention in Montreal. What is a policy convention? After all, some presume that the Party Leader does what he wants to get votes. . So I asked Maryanne Kampouris about policy development. Maryanne was elected the National Policy Chair in 2012 and is acclaimed this year to a second term.… Continue reading Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 23, 2014

Mark A MacDonald Doesn’t Believe Cornwall Officials Were Powerless Over Illegal Chem Tanks on Waterfront – Letter to the Editor

Are you kidding me, city officials are powerless to stop the construction of the illegal chemical storage tanks that are being built on our waterfront!   This is insane. The company ignores the “Stop Work Order” and they forge ahead with the tank farm. If an ordinary guy ignored an Order, he would have been… Continue reading Mark A MacDonald Doesn’t Believe Cornwall Officials Were Powerless Over Illegal Chem Tanks on Waterfront – Letter to the Editor

Steven Forrest on Harper Government Handling of Veterans LETTER TO THE EDITOR LTE

A Great public interest story as some of us know the Federal Conservative Government has been saying one thing and doing something else. The Our Elected Government say they are helping Military and Vets and do this. Please check the link below. http://www.parl.gc.ca/HouseChamberBusiness/ChamberVoteDetail.aspx?Language=E&Mode=1&Parl=41&Ses=2&FltrParl=41&FltrSes=2&Vote=47 It maybe be a surprise to many People but the Mental Health… Continue reading Steven Forrest on Harper Government Handling of Veterans LETTER TO THE EDITOR LTE

Conrad Black on Justin Trudeau Liberal Senate Reform – February 2, 2014

CFN – Justin Trudeau took a promising step this week when he severed his party’s senators from the Liberal caucus, relieved them of their duties as party fund-raisers (though none of them is exactly a marquee name on that circuit), and called for a non-partisan Senate. This is one of the first sensible initiatives taken… Continue reading Conrad Black on Justin Trudeau Liberal Senate Reform – February 2, 2014

A Slippery Slope to Fascism. Are we on it? Letter to the Editor by PJ Robertson of Morrisburg Ontario Jan 20, 2014

It’s beginning to look like it.   First, what is fascism?  Here are three takes:   (1) “Originally, ‘fascism’ referred to a political movement that was linked with corporatism and existed in (Italy) from 1922 to 1943 under the leadership of Benito Mussolini.” –Wikipedia   (2) “The first truth is that the liberty of a… Continue reading A Slippery Slope to Fascism. Are we on it? Letter to the Editor by PJ Robertson of Morrisburg Ontario Jan 20, 2014

Cornwall Refusing Transparency With Public While Demanding it of Feds over Waterfront Chem Tanks by Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario –   There’s a rally Saturday January 18, 2014 at 2 PM.   It’s to repeat the message to those that make the decisions that we the people of Cornwall want NO TANKS on the former Kaneb Oil Tank property. But this is more than that.   This is about the future of… Continue reading Cornwall Refusing Transparency With Public While Demanding it of Feds over Waterfront Chem Tanks by Jamie Gilcig

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Which Harper MP’s To Stay Go? Jan 16, 2014

CFN – To stay or go, that is the question many Conservative MPs will be asking themselves this year. This was highlighted by Brian Jean’s announcement that he is leaving the federal political scene this month. You have to wonder if Jean’s  (along with Ted Menzies and Merv Tweed) decision is but one of potentially… Continue reading View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Which Harper MP’s To Stay Go? Jan 16, 2014

Where are the Community Leaders in Cornwall Ontario on the Eve of Chem Tanks Becoming Our Reality by Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario –  Chem tanks on our waterfront.   It’s been a hot story this past month here in Cornwall Ontario; but what it really highlights, what it really is about is our community; Cornwall Ontario. What it shows is a clear lack of genuine leadership.  It shows a corrupt underbelly and hive like mentality.… Continue reading Where are the Community Leaders in Cornwall Ontario on the Eve of Chem Tanks Becoming Our Reality by Jamie Gilcig

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