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The 2015 edition of Cornwall Living magazine is now available, and at 108 pages, it is the largest yet!
It’s back – Cornwall’s third annual Incredible Edible Plant Festival! Dig into food gardening this Saturday May 30 from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
The efforts to attract additional medical professionals to the city continues, with the aid of the Cornwall Medical Scholarship.
The Power Development Visitor Centre in Cornwall is now open for the summer, and an expanded partnership with the River Institute will help drive visitors to the riverside facility.
Melanie Brûlée is a busy girl these days and excitement is building about her new album, Débridée.
The world’s world’s first Hands-Free Mooring system for ships transiting the locks along the St. Lawrence Seaway has garnered a prestigious OECD award.
Team Cornwall will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, June 10th at the Ramada Hotel & Conference Centre on Brookdale Avenue.
Cornwall's Jenna Flannigan will represent Canada at the 2015 Pan American Games as part of the Women’s National Baseball Team.
A week long celebration of French heritage in Cornwall returns this year in grand fashion, just in time for the 400th anniversary of the arrival of Francophones in Ontario.
People with disabilities will have help to gain the skills and experience they need to find jobs, thanks to new funding from the Government of Canada.
Four new restaurants have opened in Cornwall offering a variety of dining choices to residents and visitors.
Thousands of Jehovah’s Witnesses start converging in Cornwall on Friday, June 12th for the first of three Watch Tower conventions being held at the Cornwall Civic Complex in the Ed Lumley Arena.
Visitors to Cornwall businesses will soon have a more visible sign of Cornwall’s francophone capabilities via stickers that will be displayed at various locations around the City.
Cornwall high school students Jeremy Mallette and Samantha Peets had a golden experience at the recent Canada Wide Science Fair in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Cornwall’s streetscape is gaining a little bit of colour with the arrival of new street banners along Water Street and in the Downtown and Le Village business districts.

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