Renowned artist Susan Aglukark was effusive in her praise for the Children’s Treatment Centre of Cornwall...
Organizers of the Children’s Treatment Centre Celebrity Walk and Breakfast will stay with the same
The Children’s Treatment Centre has made a significant addition to its presence in the region.
2022 Children's Treatment Centre celebrates Bike-A-Thon top fundraisers A scaled-down and largely virtual Children’s Treatment Centre event in 2022 still had many heroes supporting the cause. And they were celebrated Thursday at a ceremony at the Best Western Parkway Inn, the Chairman’s Award and the President’s Award handed to the top fundraisers.Bike-A-Thon 2022 event chair
The more things change for the Children’s Treatment Centre, the more they stay the same.
Cornwall Nissan, Uptown Kia help Children's Treatment Centre Cornwall Nissan manager Spencer Roberts (left) and Children's Treatment Centre president Don Fairweather. Photo on Monday, December 27, 2021, in Cornwall, Ont. Todd Hambleton/Cornwall Standard-Freeholder/Postmedia Network PHOTO BY TODD HAMBLETON /Todd Hambleton/Standard-Freeholder It’s been another challenging pandemic year for the Children’s
BMO Cornwall donates $10,000 to Children's Treatment Centre From left to right: chairperson of the CTC's Bike-A-Thon Plus Peter Asquini, CTC president Don Fairweather, local BMO branch manager Cindy Peach, and BMO regional vice president Frederica Jones, with a $10,000 donation from BMO to the CTC on Thursday December 16, 2021
The Children’s Treatment Centre (CTC) closed off 2021 with some good news — a $10,000 donation from its longest-standing donor. The relationship between the former Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall — which recently merged with the Archdiocese of Ottawa — and the CTC goes back to 1996, when the centre first opened its doors.