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Posted On Wednesday, 10 August, 2022

Cornwall residents can soon apply to have their cat’s spay/neuter surgery subsidized. Surgeries are free for eligible residents. Applications will be accepted starting Monday, August 15 th , 2022, with the clinics being held on Oct 5-7 and Oct 17-19.
The program aims at assisting residents in fixing their cats and help control the city’s cat population. The program will support low-income households in fixing pets over six months of age or under eight years of...

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Posted On Monday, 21 March, 2022

Cornwall residents can soon apply to have their cats’ spay/neuter surgery subsidized. Surgeries are free for eligible residents. Applications will be accepted starting on March 28, 2022, with the program running from May 25-27, 2022.
The program aims at assisting residents in fixing their cats and help control the city’s cat population. The program will support low-income households in fixing pets over six months of age or under eight years of age.
To prepare...

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Posted On Monday, 13 December, 2021

After weeks of promotion and conversation, the climate change survey is now closed. More than 1,000 people filled out the survey, asked a question, or submitted artwork.
Future Climate Leaders and the City of Cornwall promoted the public engagement initiative widely through the months of October and November.
So, here’s what we heard:
Cornwall and Eastern Ontario residents are engaged, aware, and talking about climate change. They believe their municipality...

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Posted On Tuesday, 12 October, 2021

ssnp instaCornwall residents can soon apply to have their cat’s spay/neuter surgery subsidized. Surgeries are free for eligible residents. Applications will be accepted starting the week of October 25, 2021.
The program will assist residents in fixing their cats, and help control the cat population in Cornwall. The program will support low-income households in fixing pets over six months of age or under eight years of age.
To prepare for the application process, you will need...

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Posted On Wednesday, 26 May, 2021

Residents in Cornwall, Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry – take note!
Ontario Renovates provides funding for major repairs and improvements to ensure a home is safe and accessible. Applicants from low and modest income households are encouraged to apply.
Applications will be accepted starting Monday, June 7. Funding is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. Priority is given to first-time applicants and accessibility requests.
The Social and Housing Services...

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Posted On Friday, 30 April, 2021

Take notice that Council hereby gives notice of their intention to repeal By-law No. 134-2006. This by-law designates the Cornwall Street Railway, Light and Power Company Electric Motor #17 (Locomotive #17) and real property surrounding the Locomotive at the south east corner of Brookdale Avenue and Ninth Street West of historical value and interest.  
This notice is provided pursuant to section 31 of the Ontario Heritage Act.
Any objections must be received on or...

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Posted On Wednesday, 28 April, 2021

The City of Cornwall is advising residents that construction activities on Pitt Street will restart Monday, May 3.
The work is contracted by the Ministry of Transportation to Tomlinson. Contractors are continuing to remove and replace the Highway 401 bridges over Pitt Street between Tollgate Road and Cornwall Centre Road.
Traffic on Highway 401 will be impacted both eastbound and westbound. Lane reductions are expected from May 3 to the end of June. Speed limits will be...

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Posted On Thursday, 16 July, 2020

car6 The City of Cornwall’s pilot project for environmentally-friendly vehicles began Thursday, July 16, with two cars set to hit the road.
The first, an electric vehicle, will be used by the Clerk’s Department for mail delivery between City facilities.
The second, a hybrid vehicle, will accommodate travel by Social & Housing Services staff to satellite offices in Chesterville and Alexandria.
“This pilot program will allow City staff to track operating...

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Posted On Wednesday, 22 January, 2020

The release below is from Cornwall Electric. The original can be accessed by clicking here.
Cornwall Electric, a FortisOntario Company, is proudly delivering the Affordability Fund Trust (AFT) Program to residents in their service territory, in an effort to help households reduce their energy bills. The program, funded by the Government of Ontario, provides households with access to energy saving measures to help reduce energy bills and is completely free of charge.
All...

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Posted On Tuesday, 10 December, 2019

Cornwall Electric and the AffordAbility Fund Trust are now offering resources to Cornwall residents.
To learn more about the program, click here.
To apply for the program, call 1-855-494-3863.

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