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 Jason Setnyk

Over $3300 raised to help local resident get MS procedure

Cornwall Ontario — Over $3300 was raised Friday and Saturday night at La Maison to help Julie Smith diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) get a surgical procedure only available in the United States and overseas. The procedure, which is called CCSVI Liberation, costs over $13,000 and could help improve her quality of life. Many local […]

 Jason Setnyk

Cornwall are you ready to roll up the rim?

Start your thumbs. RRRoll Up the Rim to Win is back! Visit your local Tims to start rolling for a chance to win. There are approximately ten Tim Horton’s locations in Cornwall. For more info on the contest visit:

 Jason Setnyk

Juno-award winner Amelia Curran to play set on Morrisburg stage

East Coast Juno-award winning singer songwriter Amelia Curran visits the St. Lawrence Acoustic Stage in Morrisburg on March 2nd. She has been described by Liverpool’s Seven Streets as “that rare thing: the real deal. A singer-songwriter with no agenda, no social media creation myth, just a guitar, a voice and that unswerving attention to detail […]

 Sara Murphy

Sara’s Top Ten List of Reasons It’s Great to Be Single

With Valentine’s Day approaching and all the hoopla that goes along with it, I decided to create a Top Ten List. Being in a relationship definitely has its perks, but there are downsides too. So, while I am still single and feeling good about it- here is my bah hum bug to dear old St. […]


Reel Fish Stories #10

What’s going on Filmophiles? YIPPEE KI YAY MOTHER RUSSIA!!! Did everyone go and see DIE HARD yesterday? Woohoo! That’s the next review for sure! This week we’re taking a look at a few amazing movies that pull your heart strings and make you go pitter patter. So to all the guys out there, these are […]

 Jason Setnyk

International Women’s Day Breakfast in Cornwall on March 2nd

Each year, the Cornwall & District Labour Council celebrates International Women’s Day with a networking Breakfast. Everyone is welcome. This is the day women worldwide recognize their progress toward full economic, political and social equality and renew their commitment to that goal. The headline speaker for this year is Jill O’Reilly of Ottawa, and she […]


Know your place, February 15

I love that the month of February is almost over and March is just around the corner? Ahh March with its melting snow, longer days and … International Women’s Day! International Women’s Day is held annually on March 8 to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. It is also known as the United […]

 Jason Setnyk

John McDermott plays Cornwall on April 27th

John McDermott can recall the precise moment when he realized that giving up his day job and making singing his full-time career had been the right decision. That moment came at 8 pm on October 5th, 1993 at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax as he walked on stage to a full house and a […]