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A group of 43 hockey players and their families have made the 20 hour journey from Kungälv, Sweden to Cornwall and are quickly making friends wherever they go.

The Province of Ontario is helping local companies grow and prosper via almost $2million in funding from the Eastern Ontario Development Fund.
The Eastern Ontario Training Board will be delivering a Kitchen Helper Program to address skill requirements of at-risk youth.

Supply Chain Management is holding a Job Fair this Sunday, April 6,  looking to fill between 50 and 60 positions as they launch their new High Velocity Distribution Centre in Cornwall.

The St. Lawrence College Sharks women’s hockey team have returned to Cornwall as Ontario Champions.
Cornwall is home to the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association, which oversees 10 national sporting championships.
Cornwall's Alyssa Blais has been selected to participate in the Canadian Women’s Foundation Leadership Institute.
Tthe International Joint Commission has appointed Cornwall's Dr. Jeff Ridal as Canadian Co-Chair of its Science Advisory Board’s Science Priority Committee.
Ontario's popular business program for students, Summer Company, is back and accepting applications.
Atelka is currently recruiting for additional bilingual costumer service agents in Cornwall.
Boston Pizza will be holding a job fair over the next two weeks as it looks to assemble its team for the new Cornwall restaurant on Brookdale Avenue.
Singer Songwriter Tracy Lalonde's highly anticipated debut EP Little Letters is rising up the iTunes alternative charts.
Cornwall Community Hospital now offers one of the most sophisticated and powerful Wi-Fi systems permitting patients and staff to have the world literally at their fingertips.

Cornwall is hosting the 41st edition of the International Air Traffic Controllers Hockey Tournament from Tuesday March 4th through Friday March 7th, 2014.


Scotiabank is recruiting again to grow its workforce at the bank's customer contact centre and is hiring 9 full-time bilingual (English and French) positions.

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