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Published on November 29, 2012

Bently, Piper, Gibson, Kratos, Aires and Gage would like to give a "paw shake" to their director Sylvia from Pawsitively Fit. They enjoyed their "Aspiring Canine Acting Classes" this summer and had a howling good time. “Also thanks to Shaun from Playmakers Studio for filming it, and making us look paw-fessional.”

Published on November 29, 2012

Benson’s Dave Murphy and Marc Renaud, manager of Farm Boy, donated $546 to the To Your Health! Campaign’s Co-Chair, Angela Bellefeuille and Cabinet member, Tish Humphries.

Published on November 29, 2012

The City of Cornwall is supporting the Rachel's Kids' Teddy Bear Fundraiser in support of the renovation of the Pediatrics Ward at the Cornwall Community Hospital. Cornwall SD & G Emergency Medical Services will have the teddy bears in its ambulances and EMS personnel will provide them to young patients in traumatic situations. Pictured (from left) are EMS Chief Myles Cassidy, Rachel's Kids founder and Chair Dr. Rachel Navaneelan, Rachel's Kids Board Member and City Clerk Denise Labelle-Gélinas and EMS Acting Captain Brian Dufresne. Rachel's Kids is a charitable organization which seeks to aid underprivileged children through a number of initiatives. Rachel's Kids also integrates with other aid organizations to improve the lives of children in need both locally and globally. The white teddy bears are being sold for $20 each and they are available by calling Dr. Navaneelan's office at (613) 933-7528.

Published on November 29, 2012

On Nov. 7 more than 200,000 Grade 9 students across Canada will spend the day at work, job-shadowing a parent, relative, or a friend. St. Joseph’s Continuing Care centre participated in the grade nine program. The goal of the program is to help students develop an appreciation for the importance of getting a high school diploma and pursuing post-secondary studies. Students also can develop an appreciation for their parents’ career and role in supporting their family.
From left are Julianna Alibrando, from Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School, Emily Bristow, Resident Care Aid, St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre, and Emily Bristow, from Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School.

Some shots that we took, or had submitted to us, from Cornwall and area.

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