City Government

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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Posted Monday, January 09, 2017

Andrew ReedAndrew Reed, a current student of the Algonquin College Public Relations program, has joined the City of Cornwall as a communications intern.
“It’s an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and apply my education in a professional environment,” said Mr. Reed.
Mr. Reed is interning under Kevin Lajoie, Public Information Coordinator for the City of Cornwall. He will be assisting in various projects throughout his four-month internship, including work...

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Posted Tuesday, December 13, 2016

City HallThe City is seeking applications from community members who would like to sit on the Planning Advisory and Hearing Committee (PAC).
Applicants wishing to submit their names for this Committee may do so by completing an Application form and including their Resume if applicable.
Click here to access the application form
The Planning Advisory and Hearing Committee (PAC) is set up under the Planning Act and holds public hearings to make recommendations to Council on...

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Posted Thursday, December 08, 2016

ChristmasThe City of Cornwall would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Please note that City administration offices will close for the Christmas holiday season on Friday, December 23rd (at 12 pm) and will reopen on Tuesday, January 3rd.
For questions or concerns on municipal works related matters during this period, please call (613) 932-5354.
Garbage & Recycling There will be no changes to the garbage and recycling collection schedule over the...

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Posted Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Safe Driver AwardsEster de la Mata has been a driver for Cornwall Transit for five years now, and each day presents new challenges.
At this time of the year, weather is one of the biggest challenges. But the potential for slippery roads isn’t the biggest concern for the well-trained Handi-Transit driver.
“The driving itself isn’t the biggest challenge. It’s helping the passengers and making sure they get on and off the bus safely,” said Ms. de la Mata.
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