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Brian's Day

March 8th, 2013

Brian's Day took place at the Benson Center on March 8th, 2014.  Brian "Russ" Tardiff has been diagnosed with ALS - Lou Gehrig's disease and $30 000 was raised on Saturday.


NHL Alumni vs Cornwall Law Enforcement All Stars

February 17th, 2014

On February 17th, 2014, the NHL alumni took on Cornwall's Law Enforcement All Stars.   $5000 was raised for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics.



The Cornwall Police Association is proud to sponsor the Peewee ‘B’ Typhoons (Cornwall Girls Hockey Association).


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Blazers vs Tasers

January 24th, 2014

On Friday January 24th 2014, the annual Blazers vs Tasers soccer fundraiser took place at the Benson Center in Cornwall.  

Again this year, 6 Seaway Valley Soccer Club Blazer teams took part from ages U-11 to U-16 and played four hours of soccer against a team of Cornwall’s Finest.  

The Cornwall Police association Tasers have taken part in this fundraiser for the past 6 years, during which time they have managed to raise over $44,752 for local competitive soccer.  This years’ grand total was $7,752 raised among all six teams.

New this year, the six teams donated part of what they earned to a non profit organization.  This year’s recipient was the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation who received a cheque for $775.  


Seen in this photo are Kerry Winnamore (from JDRF), Brad Kisnics (coach of U-11 Blazer Girls), Cst Jeff Lalonde (from CCPS and organizer of the event), and Cst Austin Clark (CCPS and CPA Director), and in front is this years’ trophy winner  Morgan MacRae who raised $740 for the U-11 Girls team.

Cornwall Community Hospital Donation


The Cornwall Police Association donates a total of $25 000 to the Cornwall Hospital Foundation.  Displayed is the delivery of the final check.  (Erin Killoran, Cornwall Hospital Foundation Manager of Development, Kathy Bisson, Project Specialist and Equipment Planning, Kemi Ogundipe-Micho, Director of Women's and Children's Health, Anna Joseph, Cornwall Police Association Director, Dave MacLean, Cornwall Police Association President)

Hero Bears

The Cornwall Police Association has made another donation thanks to the Hero Bear Program. The Hero Bear Program was launched in 2010 and since its inception the compliment of Hero Bears has grown from the original Community Patrol Bear to the Tactical Bear to the K9 Hero. Each Hero cost $10.00 and all money raised is given back to charities within the community. Hero Bears are currently available at the Cornwall Community Police Service main station at 340 Pitt Street, Cornwall Community Police Service East End Station at 330 Montreal Road, Sunnyside Up Restaurant at 1274 Pitt Street and Floral Expressions at 516 Pitt Street.


The latest donation was made to the Dave Paupst Snowsuit Fund which provides snowsuits to needy young people through the Children’s Aid Society.

Making the presentation to Amanda Gaucher and Nancy Paupst of the Dave Paupst is Sgt. Dave Michaud

What's New?

Brian's Day
March 8, 2014
Brian's Day took place at the Benson Center on March 8th, 2014.  Brian "Russ" Tardiff has been diag ...

NHL Alumni
February 17, 2014
On February 17th, 2014, the NHL alumni took on Cornwall's Law Enforcement All Stars.   $5000 was ra ...

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Trivia Question MarkOn the 18th of August, 1954, CPA was known and designated as a Member Association by the Police Association of Ontario.