Great News this Week

October 18, 2013 at 10:55 am Leave a comment

The Recreational Cyclist & Pedestrian Path has been completed under the new low level Cornwall Bridge! The awesome autumn weather this past Thanksgiving weekend was perfect for discovering the extensive recreational paths in the City of Cornwall. From the west this path leads to the city core as well as Lamoureux Park and beyond or west  along the Waterfront Trail through interconnected paths to Niagara on the Lake.


This Canadian Cheese Named the Best in the World

Move over Stilton, Ontario now makes the king of cheese. Well, the “Supreme Global Champion” of cheese to be exact. Hailing from Lancaster, Ont., and made at Glengarry Cheesemaking, aged Lankaaster (just under two years old at the competition) took top prize at the annual Global Cheese Awards this fall. It was crowned the winner among 167 categories, which included such cheese legends as Shropshire Blue and Parmigiano Reggiano. The Global Cheese Awards are based in Somerset, England (the birthplace of cheddar), and in 2011 evolved from the annual Frome Cheese Show, which has a 150-year history showcasing artisan cheese makers. To view the rest of the article from the Globe and Mail please follow the link below.

Supreme Global Champion


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