Politics

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On Labour Day Canada’s unions call for a Fair Canada for Everyone

On Labour Day Canada’s unions call for a Fair Canada for Everyone

Photo: Labour Day Parade 2018 Cornwall, ON – Today, September 2nd, Labour Day, in the lead-up to October’s federal election, Canada’s unions are campaigning for a Fair Canada for Everyone. In Cornwall, workers, unions and community leaders will gather at Lamoureux Park to celebrate the contributions of working people and to highlight ballot box issues. Everyone is invited […]

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Council Snippets – June 24, 2019

Council Snippets – June 24, 2019

By Neil Macmillan The next step in converting the former Bank of Montreal building at 159 Pitt St. into a multi-purpose arts centre will be the hiring of consulting team to prepare a preliminary design that will be subject to public consultation before being refined for the preparation of design drawings and tender specifications. This […]

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Council snippets – May 27, 2019

Council snippets – May 27, 2019

By Neil Macmillan For live entertainment or viewing pleasure, many people like to watch professional sports, Netflix and so on. In my case as a fan of grassroots democratic processes, I just love attending or watching online the regular meetings of the current Cornwall City Council. Last Monday’s meeting (May 27) was a case in […]

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It’s Time … Congratulations to Mayor Bernadette Clement and her Council.

It’s Time … Congratulations to Mayor Bernadette Clement and her Council.

Cornwall, Ontario – An excited group of people gathered tonight (Monday, December 3rd) at the Cornwall Civic Complex for the swearing in of Cornwall’s new Mayor and Council for the 2018-2022 term. Clerk Manon Levesque administered the oaths of office to the 10 newest councillors, Todd Bennett, Eric Bergeron, Claude McIntosh, Maurice Dupelle, Carilyne Hebert, Dean […]

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Candidates argue key issues at the Chamber Mayoral Debate

Candidates argue key issues at the Chamber Mayoral Debate

A media panel from the City’s other 3 media outlets were invited to ask tough questions to the four mayoral candidates last night. Although not sitting on that panel, The Seeker was there, bringing you the event through a Facebook live feed. Many issues were discussed including taxes, our waterfront and the much talked about […]

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