Cornwall - Jul. 24, 2014: The Seaway Lighthouse 3rd Rail Modular Club held its 3rd annual train show at the Long Sault Arena on July 19th and 20th. The Seaway Train Show, which will be held the 3rd week of July every year. There were two raffles, one for a Via Rail trip from Cornwall to Halifax return, for two people including a sleeper, a value of $2056. The winner was Gail Ball from Chesterville. FULL STORY
Harrow - Jul. 19, 2014: The next time you want a weekend escape, think of Canada's South. 18 wineries with more on the horizon, come and explore the wine route which is our backyard. Paglione Estate Winery is celebrating their one year anniversary today. Sit on the patio, sip one of the wines made in the old world tradition and relax while your pizza cooks in their outdoor wood oven. FULL STORY
Cornwall - Jul. 19, 2014: At Cornwall Square, one of our top priorities is the safety and well-being of our patrons, tenants and the broader community we serve. The pedestrian bridge replacement project is on schedule. Phase one of the project (East bridge replacement) has reached the stage of reopening to pedestrian traffic; there will be minor cosmetic elements that will be completed in the upcoming weeks. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Jul. 14, 2014: Regina Brett wrote 45 Life Lessons which gets emailed now and again. My best pal recently circulated it and I found the timing perfect as my husband and I were chatting about his Mom, who would be celebrating a birthday on Tuesday if she were still with us. She is greatly mi FULL STORY
Cornwall - Jul. 9, 2014: Many visitors came from around the Cornwall area to walk the historic bridge for the final time. This bridge leading from Cornwall to Cornwall Island (built in 1962), is a well known artifact in the city. It was interesting to walk the 1.6Km bridge and look down on Cornwall from a different perspective. The large amount of pedestrians walking was heart warming, really shows how big of an impact the bridge was to Cornwall. FULL STORY
Toronto - Jul. 7, 2014: According to a recent random telephone survey of 600 eligible voters in the City of Toronto conducted by Nanos Research for the Ontario Convenience Stores Association, if an election was held today John Tory (39.1%) currently leads Olivia Chow (32.7%) and Rob Ford (21.7%) among decided voters. None of the other contenders have above 5% of decided votes.
Edmonton - Jul. 7, 2014: While the outcome of Saturday's Wimbledon Ladies Final did not go the way Eugenie Bouchard was hoping, the young Canadian continues to be the talk of the tennis world and looks destined to not only become the next star of women's game but also the biggest non-hockey superstar this country has ever produced.
Salem - Jul. 7, 2014: At the end of 100 laps that seen the scorching temperatures barely drop even with the sun going down making for a very hot and humid evening in southern Indiana, 15-year-old Grant Quinlan made a plethora of new fans in the Hoosier Hills after his impressive
performance. After leading initially until slapping the turn three wall and cutting a right rear tire with 32 laps to go, going a lap down in the process, he changed the tire and got back out. A caution one lap after a restart put him back on the lead lap thanks to the 'free
Stoney Point - Jul. 4, 2014: On Canada Day weekend, myself and the neighbours to the east and west were out on our docks fishing. My neighbour to the west and I caught nothing but weeds, but our neighbour to the east seemed to be pulling in fish after fish. Tonight after our boat ride, I decided to try my new lure. Ten casts in, I got a hit. Fish jumped out of the water and the jitterbug landed this large mouth bass.
Tilbury - Jul. 4, 2014: When my grandfather passed away this week, our family decided to go with a farmer theme for the wake and funeral in his memory. We asked in the obituary that in lieu of flowers, please donate food items to the Tilbury Help Centre or your local food bank. We pulled out grandpa's tractors and displayed them in grandma's front yard with signs, pictured above.