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Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017

CharleboisA section of Cornwall’s popular waterfront recreational path is being renamed after a long-time community ambassador and champion.
The Chuck Charlebois Recreational Trail will be established next spring on the portion of the recreational path running between St. Lawrence College and Marlborough Street. Large gateway arches bearing Mr. Charlebois’ name will be erected at each end in honour of the popular Cornwall resident who made a difference in his community through...

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Posted Thursday, October 05, 2017

United Way flag raisingMayor Leslie O'Shaughnessy joined with members of the United Way/Centraide Campaign Team and Board of Directors on Wednessday to raise the United Way/Centraide SD&G flag at the Justice Building next to City Hall.
The City of Cornwall is a proud supporter of the United Way, through payroll deductions and various special events throughout the year.
“We are extremely grateful to the City of Cornwall for once again raising our flag assisting with recognition and...

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Posted Friday, September 29, 2017

City HallThe City of Cornwall would like to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving weekend.
Please note City Administration offices will be closed on Monday, October 9th for Thanksgiving and will reopen on Tuesday, October 10th.
Please see below for changes to other services.
Garbage, recycling and leaf and yard waste collection There will be no garbage, recycling or leaf and yard waste collection on Monday, October 9th. The regular collection schedule will be pushed back by...

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Posted Monday, September 25, 2017

City Hall Notice of Passing of Zoning By-Law The Corporation of the City of Cornwall
Take notice that the Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall passed By-law 2017-127 on Monday, September 11, 2017, under Chap. P13, s.34 (18)(19) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990 as amended; and
Take notice that any person or agency may appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board in respect of the By-law by filing, with the Clerk of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall no later than...

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Posted Friday, September 22, 2017

By all accounts, Mary Mack led a remarkable life. A world traveller, artist and the first female to be elected to Cornwall City Council, she made an indelible mark on the city that is felt even to this day.
Mary Mack’s life is explored in a new book by Ginette Guy. Entitled Unforgotten - Mary Mack - Cornwall’s First Lady, the book is 174 pages and includes dozens of photographs and illustrations.
“Her life spans two World Wars, the Great Depression and...

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