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At 132 pages, the 2016 edition of Cornwall Living is a celebration of the people and places that define Cornwall and the Couunties.
Team Cornwall will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 14.
Cornwall residents received a welcome surprise with their paper this morning, the new edition of Cornwall Tribute magazine.
Representatives from 20 funding agenices will answer your questions at the Funders Forum this Wednesday, May 25 from 4 to 7.
Marrow and Spice is a cross between a permanent farm market and a retail grocer featuring take-out meals and products sourced with a 100 km radius to Cornwall.
NAV CANADA and Carleton University are teaming up to offer a course in the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles.
FCM Recycling has opened a new state of the art plastic recycling facility in the Cornwall Business Park.
The St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences is hosting its annual River Symposium on May 25 and 26.
O’Farrell Financial Services has opened a new office in Downtown Cornwall, at the busy intersection of Second and Sydney.
Lowes has opened its 43rd store in Canada, representing an investment in excess of $16 million in Cornwall, and the creation of over  130 jobs.
For the second year in a row, Cornwall Electric electricity rates will remain unchanged.
Cornwall and Akwesasne has signed a co-owners’ agreement for the joint operation of the Port of Cornwall lands.
Cornwall Living was judged to be the best special publication by the Ontario Community Newspaper Association, and regular Seaway News contributor James Lapierre took home 3rd place as Cartoonist of the Year.
Laminacorr is highlighted in this year’s edition of the Leading Growth Firms series published by the Province of Ontario.
The City of Cornwall has a new Chief Administrative Officer. And for the first time in the history of the municipality, the position will be filled by a woman.

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