City Government

Posted Wednesday, February 15, 2017

City HallThe Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall, at its Regular Meeting of Monday, February 13, 2017, decided to move forward with the Public Consultation phase for Ranked Ballot Elections.
Pursuant to Ontario Regulation 310/16 of the Municipal Elections Act, R.S.O. 1996, Chapter 32, as amended, the City of Cornwall will be hosting an Open House to provide the public with information on Ranked Ballot Elections and to give the public an opportunity to review and ask...

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Posted Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Family DayFamily Day weekend is upon us and there are a variety of activities planned to keep you and your family entertained!
From skating and hockey to swimming horse-drawn wagon rides, there’s something for everyone! Please scroll down for details on events.
For information on Family Day service changes and office closures, please scroll down.
Hockey Day in Canada In celebration of Hockey Day in Canada on Saturday, February 18th, the City of Cornwall’s Canada...

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Posted Wednesday, February 08, 2017

The City of Cornwall has reached an agreement with the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) and Shoppers Realty Inc. for the assessment value of its Cornwall distribution centre following an Assessment Review Board mediation session.
Minutes of settlement were recently signed for the assessment of the property at 1330 Optimum Drive for the 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 taxation years. As per the settlement, the total assessment value has changed from $55,373,000 to...

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Posted Monday, February 06, 2017

City HallThe City of Cornwall is seeking applications from members of the stakeholder community to serve on two different committees.
There is currently openings for one community member on both the Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee (MAAC) and the Senior Friendly Community Implementation Committee.
The mandate of MAAC is to remove all barriers within The Corporation of the City of Cornwall faced by all citizens with disabilities and to ensure the implementation and continual...

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Posted Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Eastern Ontario Mayors CaucusMayor Leslie O’Shaughnessy has been elected Chair of the Eastern Ontario Mayors’ Caucus, an advocacy group representing 11 urban centres in Eastern Ontario.
Mayor O’Shaughnessy was elected Chair on Friday during the group’s first regular meeting of 2017 in Kingston. He succeeds Mayor Bryan Paterson of Kingston as Chair of the EOMC.
The EOMC represents 11 separated municipalities in eastern Ontario, stretching from Cornwall in the east to Peterborough...

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