Divas continue to do good in the community

🕔15:16, 30.Nov 2012

by Melissa Iarusso Windsor Regional Hospital will be making improvements to a few rooms at the hospital after receiving a $50,000 cheque from the Do Good Divas Nov. 29. The Divas presented the cheque to the hospital at a celebration

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Maggio named Saints strength coach

Maggio named Saints strength coach

🕔14:18, 30.Nov 2012

by Brett Hedges St. Clair College athletes will be getting a lot stronger with Robert Maggio as their strength and conditioning coach. The W.D. Lowe and University of Windsor graduate was named the strength and conditioning coach in late November

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Making a difference, one stop at a time

🕔14:13, 30.Nov 2012

by Meagan Deschamps The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train has hit the rails again and will be visiting over 150 communities across Canada. The Holiday Train Program began in 1999 with a handful of communities and a few lights on a

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Community Superheroes On The Rise

Community Superheroes On The Rise

🕔14:06, 30.Nov 2012

by Alice Hewitt Everyone has heard of at least one superhero whether it be Superman, Batman or the green muscle bound Incredible Hulk. These seemingly ordinary folk, if you don’t count in the super strength and x-ray vision, come to

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Dec. 21 doomsday a farce

Dec. 21 doomsday a farce

🕔14:02, 30.Nov 2012

  by Chris Richards Comic provided by Jim Richards The Mayan calendar walks into a bar and says the world is going to end. Pause for laughter. Unless you’ve been locked up in a closet for the last three years,

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Bill 115 having positive impacts

🕔13:52, 30.Nov 2012

by Sandee Nho Organizers of Riverside Secondary School’s Open Mic Night are crediting its success to the impacts of Bill 115. On Nov. 29 Riverside had their third Open Mic Night organized by social committee chairs Maggie Lyons, 15, and

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The MediaPlex opens its doors for prospective students

🕔13:14, 30.Nov 2012

by Maureen Mariampillai The St. Clair College MediaPlex opened its doors for prospective students and their families Nov. 24. The event showcased St. Clair programs such as journalism, media convergence, public relations and travel and tourism. Prospective student Tecumseh McGuigan

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Local filmmaker bends time in Beyond the Deep

Local filmmaker bends time in Beyond the Deep

🕔13:04, 30.Nov 2012

by Tom Morrison   Filmmaker. Bank teller. Traveller. In Kyle Mosonyi’s bedroom, DVDs overflow a bookshelf that covers almost the entire height of a wall. Framed degrees in mathematics and film are sandwiched between a professional The Departed movie poster

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Single the new black

🕔13:01, 30.Nov 2012

A married man said being single is an opportunity to build character and independence. Michael Cobb, 39, is an English professor at the University of Toronto. He wrote a book “Single: Arguments for the uncoupled.” Cobb said people view being

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Black Friday protestors target Walmart

🕔12:58, 30.Nov 2012

By: Adam D’Andrea   Fair wages, job security and workplace safety were the concerns of a crowd gathered outside Walmart on Dougall Avenue Nov. 24. Around 30 protestors met on the sidewalk outside Walmart as part of a North America-wide Black

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Residents play key role in driving local tourism

🕔12:56, 30.Nov 2012

by Maureen Mariampillai Windsor residents will play a key role in driving the tourism industry in the region according to a local tourism official. The number of tourists visiting Windsor has been dropping, especially since the near collapse of the

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Amherstburg hosts sixth annual Christmas riverfront lights display

🕔12:56, 30.Nov 2012

By Samuel McEachern Volunteers are putting on the annual River Lights Winter Festival at the Amherstburg riverfront. The event, which runs from Nov. 16 to Jan. 1, features over 130 light displays, as well as a gingerbread craft house for

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World’s Toughest Mudder

World’s Toughest Mudder

🕔12:51, 30.Nov 2012

by Alicia Norek A local 22-year-old has taken part in one of the hardest events in the world, Tough Mudder. Tough Mudder events are hardcore 10 to 12 mile obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces to test all around

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Lake Erie algae a concern

🕔12:50, 30.Nov 2012

by Tom Morrison The Windsor Essex County Environmental Committee has unveiled a new public service announcement regarding an algae issue in Lake Erie, but some city councillors are worried it doesn’t address a cause or solution to the problem. At

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Toe Drag with Rob and Craig

🕔12:33, 30.Nov 2012

April 5 Rob Benneian and Craig Button discuss the NHL trade deadline, including winners, losers and big surprises. [podcast]/Podcasts/craigbuttonapril5.mp3[/podcast] Feb. 28 Rob Benneian and Craig Button talk about the recent rash of suspensions in the NHL. [podcast]/Podcasts/craigbuttonfeb28.mp3[/podcast] Feb. 14 Rob

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NHL Lockout Update – Nov. 30

NHL Lockout Update – Nov. 30

🕔12:33, 30.Nov 2012

By Kenton Wolfe Two days of mediated meetings between the NHL owners and NHL Players’ Association ending Nov. 29 has led to no progress between the two sides in the ongoing labour dispute. Neither the NHL nor the NHLPA have

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Vipers drop fourth straight

Vipers drop fourth straight

🕔12:25, 30.Nov 2012

  by Rob Benneian A chorus of boos rained down as the LaSalle Vipers left the ice Nov. 28 following their fourth straight defeat, a 5-4 loss at the hands of the St. Thomas Stars. However, the crowd wasn’t upset

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Button: Portland punishment unfair

🕔12:22, 30.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian They may play their games nearly 4,000 kilometres apart, but the Windsor Spitfires and Portland Winterhawks are now painted with the same tainted brush. The Spits were handed a record-breaking fine of $400,000 and forfeiture of five

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MNR Broadcast 11 Nov 30

🕔12:21, 30.Nov 2012

This weeks Local News, Weather and Sports. Stories this week include the Belle River Polar Dip, The Tough Mudder and a drug bust . Including your weekly entertainment update with Klay Coyle.   [podcast]/radio/MNR Broadcast 11 Nov 30.mp3[/podcast]   Producer: Klay Coyle

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Police blotter

🕔12:18, 30.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian Windsor Police Service hit impaired drivers with a traffic blitz on the evening of Nov. 23 and into the following morning. Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere check points were set up throughout the city. As a result of

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