Columns & Advertorials

 Julia Lucio

Women in Politics – Editorial by Julia Lucio

Women in Politics – Editorial by Julia Lucio

With 31 individuals, young and old, male and female running for 10 positions on city council, it was a daunting task to cast our votes this election. In 2010, 21 individuals, 16 men and 5 women, ran to become city councilor. 2 of these 5 women got in, with the most number of votes: Bernadette […]

 SeekersAdmin

Road to Recovery

Road to Recovery

Hey everyone, I want to start off by saying what an amazing opportunity this is for me to write a column about my passion, Addictions and Mental health. Over the past twenty years, I have worked in Cornwall as an Addictions and Mental Health Nurse/Counsellor. Throughout those years I have met some of the most […]

 Sylvie O'Rourke

Cornwall Outdoor Club: Go with the Flow

Cornwall Outdoor Club: Go with the Flow

A sea of bobbing helmets surrounds me. For this mildly agoraphobic small-town gal, it is a little daunting to be boxed in by thousands of double-wheeled vehicles and their riders. Yet here I am in downtown Boston preparing to take part in a journey that will take us into a seventy-kilometer loop around the city’s […]

 Don Smith

U.E. Plaque Re-dedication 2018

U.E. Plaque Re-dedication 2018

United Empire Loyalists were the initial 1784 inhabitants of New Johnstown (later renamed Cornwall). After the 8.5 year American Revolutionary War / the American War of Independence (from Great Britain) ended in September of 1783, eight consecutive Loyalist Townships were created along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River and five others along the […]

 Mai-Liis Renaud

The Years In-Between

The Years In-Between

“A colourful story” by Lisa Gray Janey’s painting of ‘The Years In Between’ was how she described her life as being that little space between the adult Holstein and the calf. My sister Debbie, who was her student would say “That’s you and me Janey and it’s not so far at all”. That painting now […]

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