Cornwall will be hosting an event of historic proportions. The City will play host to the United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada (UELAC) 2021 conference, ‘Join the rEvolution,’ with upwards of 400 people from across Canada and the U.S. expected to attend the event from May 27-30. “We’re thrilled to be hosting this national conference […]
Cornwall’s diverse culture will be in the spotlight on Sunday, August 12th with the first-ever Cornwall Cultural Festival in Lamoureux Park. The one-day event runs from 11 am to 9 pm and it is free and open to all. “The goal of the festival is to promote culture and bring our community closer together,” said […]
Hundreds of junior lacrosse players from across Canada will be in Akwesasne and Cornwall next week to compete in the 2018 Founders Cup national Junior B box lacrosse championship. There will be representation from teams from British Columbia, Manitoba, Alberta, Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and the First Nations Lacrosse Association along with the host Mohawk Medicine […]
One of Cornwall’s favourite summer events returns this Saturday to the Cornwall Canal. Cornwall Waterfest is back with a full day of festivities, including food, live entertainment and, of course, dragon boats. It’s all in support of a good cause – Hospice Cornwall. This year’s event will feature 22 teams paddling on the historic Canal, including […]
In 1784, United Empire Loyalists arrived in the area of present-day Lamoureux Park to begin the new settlement of New Johnstown (now Cornwall). That history will be celebrated on Sunday, August 12 at the Cornwall Community Museum with a re-dedication of the original United Empire Loyalists plaque which is now part of the SD&G Historical […]
Christmas spirit is alive and well in Cornwall and the Counties as Upper Canada Village's Alight at Night and The Alexandria Festival of Lights prepare to light up the region with their spectacular displays of Christmas lights.
One of the most fascinating displays of culture occurs at the Akwesasne International Powwow. On September 6 - 7, celebrate the traditions of the First Nation people.