Christina Julien is Cornwall Living magazine's Covergirl
Soccer star Christina Julien is the “cover girl” for this year’s Cornwall Living magazine. The magazine chronicles how her passion for soccer and commitment to excellence has secured her spot on Canada’s Women’s National Team as it prepares for the 2012 Olympics in London.
Julien’s story is just one of several in this year’s magazine, which is published by the Seaway News.
“We had a lot of great stories to share, and some wonderful photographs, so we simply expanded the magazine,” said Rick Shaver, Publisher. “This year marks the 5th edition of Cornwall Living, and the 19th straight year that we have produced the premiere magazine showcasing life in Cornwall and the region.”
One of the feature stories in the magazine centres on Cornwall’s white-hot music scene. No less than 12 albums are due to be released by local artists this year. The story interviews several of the musicians that are leading the way and helping to showcase the area’s rich culture.
Other stories in the magazine include features on St. Lawrence College, the Cornwall Community Hospital, NAV CENTRE, and the St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences. Team Cornwall provides several pages of short business updates, and the benefits of living in Cornwall is profiled in a story about Kelly Ruest.
The magazine also features a number of stories on the surrounding Townships in SDG and for the first time includes a profile of the City’s francophone roots.
“The Cornwall Living magazine offers an excellent glimpse into life in Cornwall, and the success that local business people are having,” said Mayor Bob Kilger. “Rick Shaver and his team at Seaway News have done another great job at showcasing our community.”
In addition to being widely distributed in the Cornwall area, Cornwall Living magazine is also sent around the world. Each Canadian Consulate will receive a copy and with the Summer Olympics around the corner, more than a few copies are expected to make their way over to Europe.
“The magazine is one of our most requested items,” says Bob Peters, Senior Development Officer. “We mail it out to over 4,000 people, including anybody looking at information on moving to the City. It is very popular.”
Click on the following link to watch a short video on the magazine.
Information on how to obtain a copy of Cornwall Living magazine appears below.
Request a Copy
You can request a complimentary copy via ChooseCornwall.ca.
Pick up a Copy
Copies of the magazine are available at the following locations:
- Civic Complex
- Benson Centre
- Cornwall Tourism
- Chamber of Commerce
- City Hall
- NAV CENTRE
- Seaway News
- ReMax Cornwall
The magazine features well over 100 photos taken by over 13 talented local photographers.
The magazine was designed and produced by Colleen Parette of Seaway News.