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Meet Nathan Gowsell, a west coast graphic designer and visual artist with strong local roots, whose work is continuously inspired by his Cornwall and South Stormont connections. #TrulyLocal
Part one of a series focusing on the staff and care at Carefor Cornwall Hospice. This segment features Sandy Bertrand, intake coordinator.
Meeting of Cornwall City Council
Thom catches up with Olympic silver and gold medalist Lori Dupuis. Lori was part of Team Canada for the 1998 Nagano Olympics silver medal team, and the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics gold medal women's hockey team.
Jennifer DeBruin details the Bridge Annex UELAC 2021 Virtual Conference. Dane Lanken gives the history on The Bishop's House in St. Raphael’s. Then Don Smith gives a tour of the Cornwall Community Museum and its surrounding neighbourhood.
Judy Neville join's us to talk about the Ontario East British Home Child Family group and museum. Keleigh Goodfellow gives the background to the Glengarry, Nor'Westers and Loyalist Museum in Williamstown. Then Frances Fraser is in studio to talk about the Dalkeith Historical Society.
Jim Brownell join's us to talk about the The Lost Villages Museum and the history as to why the museum exists at Ault Park. The CGH Down Memory Lane Project gets the recognition it deserves. Then John Arksey and Mark Alexander of the Loyal Orange Association are in studio to give some insight into the group.
Brent Lafave of the Sir John Johnson Manor House join's us to talk about the history of the manor house and their fundraising initiative. Gardner Sage and Kirsten Gardner give the background to the Friends of Grand Trunk Railway 1008. Then Jennifer Black is in studio to discuss the Glengarry Pioneer Museum.
Ginette Guy and Carole Libbey of Heritage - Patrimoine Cornwall join us to talk about the advisory committee for the City of Cornwall. Then Gabriele Thomas, a volunteer with The Friends of Crysler's Farm Battlefield, gives an account of the Battle of 1813.