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Community partners gathered today to break new ground for addictions and mental health services in Cornwall and area.

Bourgon Construction has been recognized with an Excellence in Design Award for their new headquarters building.
Hercules SLR will be establishing a central distribution warehouse just west of Cornwall in the Township of South Stormont.
Pharmacist Andrew Hanna is looking forward to opening his new pharmacy and medical offices in the Cotton Mill district.
Ontario has renewed the Rural Economic Development (RED) program, which has the potential of providing financial assistance to area businesses and organizations.
Local author Maggie Wheeler has penned a fond farewell to the North Channel Bridge.
Lowe’s continues its Canadian expansion with a new store in Cornwall, set to open mid-year 2016.
C.H. Clément Construction has started work on two residential development projects, Clément Court and Promenade Miller.
The Plowing Match is the largest event of its kind in North America and it is expected to attract well over 75,000 people, transforming the small village of Finch into a small sized city for the week.
Herb’s Towing and Recovery has recently acquired a 5 acre parcel of land in Cornwall, just south of the McConnell-401 Interchange.
A shuttle bus will be available people looking to attend the International Plowing Match and Rural Expo in Finch next week.
After 22 years running his downtown computer store, John Lester is retiring to pursue other interests.
Local radio personalities Sue Stewart and Jimmy Kalaitzis took a drive up to the site recently, and put together a short video of the work in progress.
It is back to school time for over 1100 students at the Cornwall Campus of St. Lawrence College.
Some of the world’s best curlers are coming to Cornwall for the Shorty Jenkins Classic Bonspiel.

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