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Council snippets – April 8, 2019

Council snippets – April 8, 2019

By Neil Macmillan Cornwall, Ontario – Cornwall City Council was in an excellent mood at its regular meeting on April 8, as it noted a number of solid accomplishments on several fronts. The same could probably not be said for the construction industry representatives in the audience who must have been disappointed when Council approved […]

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Who was that hard-hatted man? NHL hockey legend Paul Coffey helps launch E360.

Who was that hard-hatted man? NHL hockey legend Paul Coffey helps launch E360.

Article by Neil Macmillan and photos by Jane Macmillan Cornwall, ON – For the residents of Belvedere Crescent in the Sunrise Acres district of east Cornwall, Monday morning (April 1st) might have seemed like just another garbage day. Some of them might even have noticed the bright yellow Environmental 360 Solutions (E360) truck with its […]

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New trucks and new regulations but basically the same crew.

New trucks and new regulations but basically the same crew.

Article by Neil Macmillan and photos by Jane Macmillan. Cornwall, ON – In photo above: Mother-daughter team of Linda Stabler (right) and Kim Parisien (left), who, as HGC employees, have been the operational hub of Cornwall’s municipal waste-management services in recent years, stand beside E360S’s state-of-the-art garbage truck that will start work in the city […]

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It’s time to enter “Win This Space” 2019 …

It’s time to enter “Win This Space” 2019 …

WHO: Entrepreneurs   WHAT: Free rent for a year   WHEN: 2019-2020    WHERE: Downtown Cornwall Cornwall, ON – Starting a business is exciting but scary at the same time and Cornwall’s Downtown Business Improvement Area (DBIA) has partnered with the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre, to launch the second “Win This Space”.  A Dragon’s Den […]

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Council Snippets – March 25, 2019

Council Snippets – March 25, 2019

by Neil Macmillan Cornwall City Council worked much later than usual at its regular meeting on March 25 in order to get through a lengthy and varied agenda. The early part of the meeting consisted of three presentations: The signing of the Book of recognition by 13-year-old Kalem Payment, Chair of Rachel’s Kids Autism Awareness […]

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