Community Info

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 Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Canada 150 on Cornwall TransitCornwall Transit is celebrating Canada 150 with a day-long celebration featuring $1.50 rides and 150 free prizes for riders.
Wednesday, October 18th will be Canada 150 Day on Cornwall Transit and residents are encouraged to jump on the bus and join in the celebrations.
“We wanted to join in the excitement surrounding Canada 150 and do something special for the community,” said Len Tapp, Transit Division Manager. “This promotion will be a fun way to reward...

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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 Tuesday, October 03, 2017

I Give A ShirtThe City of Cornwall is marking Waste Reduction Week with the I Give a Shirt campaign.
From October 16th to 20th, residents are encouraged to donate their gently-used clothing items to local charities!
Simply place them in a bag at the curb on your regular collection day along with the adjoining tag (click on attachment below to print and cut out) and it will be picked up. Residents can also make their own tag to mark the bag. Collected items will be divided among Serendipity...

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Posted Friday, September 29, 2017

HalloweenLooking for a fun and healthy treat to give out this Halloween? Pick up some Halloween swim and skate passes from the City of Cornwall!
They're sold in packs of 10 for $10 and each pass is good for a child or student admission to a leisure swim at the Aquatic Centre or public skate at the Benson Centre. The passes are valid from November 1 to December 31, 2017.
“These Halloween treats amount to healthy gifts,” said Lori Gibeau, Aquatic Coordinator. “Kids...

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