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City encouraging caution in area of Ninth and McConnell

City encouraging caution in area of Ninth and McConnell

After a review of the environment, in conjunction with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and their falcon expert, it is expected that a family of Merlin Falcons will relocate in six to ten days. Until that time, the City of Cornwall is asking pedestrians to use caution when travelling in the area. City […]

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Big guns arrive in Russia as soccer fever grips the world ahead of FIFA World Cup 2018

Big guns arrive in Russia as soccer fever grips the world ahead of FIFA World Cup 2018

Brazil, the big guns of the FIFA World Cup 2018 arrived in Russia early on Monday, June 11, ahead of the tournament’s opening game 3 days later. On the other hand, Australia, the brash underdogs sent out a warning to the Euro 2016 finalists France to be prepared for an early shock in the popular […]

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Letter to the Editor about the BMO Art Centre

Letter to the Editor about the BMO Art Centre

City administration is recommending that the BMO building be Cornwall’s new arts centre. It was purchased in May for $450,000. Renovations to old BMO could cost $4 to 6 million! Dear Editor, It is so sad to read all the negative attitudes and comments on a story in the Cornwall Seaway News about finally having […]

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Ontario’s Organ and Tissue Donor Registry Tops Four Million

Ontario’s Organ and Tissue Donor Registry Tops Four Million

July 10, 2018 (TORONTO) – Trillium Gift of Life Network, Ontario’s government agency responsible for organ and tissue donation and transplantation, announced a milestone today: four million Ontarians have registered consent to donation. Ontario reached this achievement fittingly during BeADonor Month in April – a month devoted to celebrating and raising awareness for organ and […]

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The Ontario SPCA urges pet owners to leave Fido at home or plan ahead this long weekend

The Ontario SPCA urges pet owners to leave Fido at home or plan ahead this long weekend

Stouffville, ON (June 29, 2018) – With much of the province experiencing a heat wave heading into the Canada Day long weekend, the Ontario SPCA reminds pet owners about the dangers of leaving pets unattended in vehicles. Parked cars can quickly reach deadly temperatures, even with the car parked in the shade and the windows […]