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Chantale Leger and Milaine Boyer have opened an upscale yet affordable salon on Pitt Street in Downtown Cornwall.
A group of 18 volunteers from Vietnam and other parts of Canada have arrived in Cornwall for a unique two-month culture and volunteer exchange.
The owners of Vu Nightspot plan to give back to the community by holding a Rep Your City party on Saturday October 18.
Terry Landon appeared before City Council to deliver a recap of activities that are ongoing in the community related to the City's Economic Development Strategic Plan.
Cornwall Economic Development will be promoting the benefits of living in the region the National Job Fair in Montreal this week.

People are invited to wear purple on Friday October 17 to show their support for the Break the Silence campaign to raise awareness on child abuse and related prevention strategies.

With surging sales, Ground Soap has moved into new, larger premises and doubled production to 1200 bars of soap per day.
Evotech, a Canadian producer of industrial coatings, has moved into a 52,500 sq.ft. building on Marleau Avenue.

The two pedestrian bridges that connect the upper floors of the parking garage with the second floor of the mall have now been re-opened after an extensive rebuild.

Bourgon Construction is putting the finishing touches on its new home in the Cornwall Business Park.
Cornwall's first major comics exposition in Cornwall will take place on Saturday, April 18th, 2015 at the Benson Centre
International Truckload Services (ITS) will be building a new freight terminal on a 21 acre parcel of land in the Cornwall Business Park.
Demolition of the iconic high level international bridge in Cornwall has commenced and is expected to wrap up in June 2016.
Canada and Ontario have launched the Canada-Ontario Job Grant, a new employer-driven skills training program.
100 top municipal administrators are coming to Cornwall’s NAV centre for a 3-day conference starting October 1.

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