APRIL 8, 2021 – CFN just received a copy of a letter sent to parents by the EOHU stating that there are now 3 cases confirmed at Bridgewood Public School in Cornwall Ontario. The release does not confirm whether it’s students or staff with Covid-19. CFN wishes those afflicted a safe and fast recovery.
OCTOBER 28, 2020 – Bridgewood Public School is the latest landing spot for COVID-19 in the Cornwall area. Are you surprised? Public behavior in Cornwall with low enforcement and anti mask protests are a surefire recipe for spreading the virus. Are smokers spreading Covid-19? Reports of students huddling together smoking without masks have flooded CFN. […]
UCDSB Char Lan Teacher SHERYL FONTAINE Pleads No Contest to 8 Counts After Sleeping in Same Bed as Student 082119
Some interesting facts are creeping out of the Fontaine case. For example, why did she end up teaching in Brockville after what happened at Char Lan? Did the UCDSB pull a Project Truth move and shuffle a party with an issue to a new location? The teacher pled no contest to eight counts of professional […]
In our earlier story exposing the incident of SHERYL FONTAINE, a Soccer Coach at Char Lan and a student. LINK more questions begged to be answered than information disclosed? After all, the incident allegedly occurred nearly FIVE years ago with no mention by the OPP or other media. In a small town that’s a long […]
Char Lan Soccer Coach SHERYL ANNA JEAN FONTAINE Found Guilty of Sex Abusing Female Student 071419 UCDSB
A tragic cliche appears to have played out; one that the public only now seems to be finding out about. A hearing was held in Toronto where Sheryl Fontaine, a soccer coach at Char Lan had her license revoked for allegedly sleeping with and sexual abusing a 14 year old female student while on a […]
It’s pretty sad and scary to see Cornwall’s Secondary School rankings slide further overall in the province according to the latest Fraser Institute Secondary School rankings. Sad, but not unpredictable as the Primary rankings have been scary too. Both St. Lawrence and CCVS scored less than 50% for testing which according to the Fraser is: […]
Apparently if you want a good education in Cornwall you need to attend a francophone Catholic school according to the report from the Fraser Institute. What appears when you peruse the numbers is that Cornwall has a higher percentage of special needs students and a higher number of students who scored below average on tests. […]
Cornwall Ontario – It’s a scary world we live in when a school teacher commits defamation and refuses to own up to it. We expect teachers to help instil morals in our future citizens. For Cornwall area educator Tracy Champagne her day in court will be coming up shortly. The incident stems from a social […]
Cornwall Ontario – A stunning report just came out by the renowned Fraser Institute showing that the usually poorly ranking Cornwall Secondary schools all, each and every one of them plummeted in this year’s rankings. Leading the way to the bottom was St. Lawrence which ranked 708 out of 747 schools across Ontario, down 163 […]
Cornwall Ontario – When you put politics ahead of kids you get the results that are this years report from the Fraser Institute ranking of 3,037 Ontario Primary schools. Bishop Mac finished 2.997 out of 3,664 which is kinda scary. Clearly our teachers and school boards get a failing mark for this year’s ratings overall. […]
Cornwall Ontario – Blaring headlines are all over Canadian media with the news of Senator Mike Duffy suing the RCMP and Senate for close to eight million dollars. He’s represented by one of Canada’s best lawyers, Lawrence Greenspon. I should know as Mr. Greenspon is representing me after the silly Upper Canada District School Board […]
Cornwall Ontario – You have to feel bad for supporters of CCVS. With the legendary school finishing its life as a school soon after falling victim to a wave of Ontario school closings, the school was hit by a wave of flooding. Parents complained that the school board didn’t notify them of the flooding and […]
March 6, 2017 Board of Trustees Upper Canada District School Board Dear Board of Trustees: RE: Pupil Accommodation Review, Proposed Closure of Benson Public School Please don’t let this happen. NOW is the time for you to take the opportunity and represent the needs and best interests of the people who elected you. Please […]
CORNWALL ONTARIO – It’s odd that as teachers salaries keep going up students results in the area keep going down? In this years results we see that Francophone Catholic public schools locally are getting better results according to this year’s Fraser Institute rankings of schools in Ontario. Only a frightening THREE out of fifteen public […]
CORNWALL Ontario – So what is the problem with our schooling in Cornwall Ontario? Is it Liberal governments giving too much of the pie to the mighty teacher’s unions? Is it our drinking water? Our culture? The Fraser Institute doles out yearly rankings for Elementary and Secondary schools across in Ontario and we’ve slumped again […]
OPP Take Over Search for School Teacher KIMBERLEA CARPENTER in Brockville Ontario – JAN 14, 2015 UPDATED
Brockville Police and the OPP are asking for public assistance to locate a missing 35 year old woman. Kimberlea Carpenter left for work Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. but did not reach here place of employment. (Westminster Public School) The family says this is out of character for Carpenter. She is about five-foot-nine, and heavy set […]
UCDSB & Cornwall Schools Fall in Fraser 2012/13 Report – Why Does Cornwall Score Worse than Brockville?
CORNWALL Ontario – So which schools in Cornwall improved or receded in 2012 according to the Fraser Institute Canadian study? Let’s take a peek! Cornwall’s best school in 2011/12, St. Anne’s slipped substantially going from 142/2714 to 551/3030 in 2012/13. In 2011/12 Viscount Alexander ranked 567/2714. This year they ranked 1218/3030 and slipped to […]
More Swastikas in the Cornwall Ontario Area – Why Did Corus Radio Cornwall Daily Report on those and not at CCVS?
Do Media Sell Out to Government & Corporations?
CFN – Journalism is a funny business. At the heart of it is the act of informing the public of news in the community. Deeper it’s about holding people accountable for the community. It’s serving the community from helping find lost dogs to exposing scandals. February will mark my fifth anniversary working […]