OFSAA Wrestling Championship Weigh-ins

OFSAA Wrestling Championship Weigh-ins

🕔20:31, 29.Feb 2016

By Dawn Gray and David Dyck   Crowds of high-school wrestlers gathered at Tecumseh Vista Academy on Monday for their weight class weigh-ins. In a packed auditorium jammed with hundreds of competitors, parents and coaches, both male and female wrestlers

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OFSAA Coverage 2016

OFSAA Coverage 2016

🕔10:32, 29.Feb 2016

Can’t make it to the game? Don’t worry. Christian Bouchard and Jordan Caschera will provide you with all your breaking news during OFSAA 2016. Coverage will include games for Wrestling, hockey and basketball from March 1-10.

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Ward funds return in spite of promises from Trudeau government

Ward funds return in spite of promises from Trudeau government

🕔19:03, 26.Feb 2016

Windsor’s residents may soon see some beautification, safety or technology upgrades to their neighbourhoods now that $400,000 has been approved and distributed evenly to the 10 wards as of last Monday. The city council meeting, which lasted approximately four hours

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Deadpool movie release and comic sales increase?

🕔13:24, 26.Feb 2016

By Josh Maskery   Deadpool movie release and comic sale increase? With the recent release of the highly anticipated Marvel Productions movie “Deadpool” released last Friday, fans and comic readers alike have been eagerly awaiting for the movie adaptation of

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Why do people help?

🕔13:16, 26.Feb 2016

Rabiul Biplob Local clergy and social workers say there are different reasons for why people donate their time, money and other resources to help others. In Windsor different religious and social organizations have donors and volunteers who help to run

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Inventor of Safety Towards Other Players program dies

Inventor of Safety Towards Other Players program dies

🕔13:03, 26.Feb 2016

By Jordan Caschera The local man who invented the S.T.O.P. sign patch, appearing on the back of minor hockey players jerseys throughout Canada has died. Safety Towards Other Players was created by Kevin Stubbington, who coached for many years for

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Project Push kicks off youth initiative program

Project Push kicks off youth initiative program

🕔12:40, 26.Feb 2016

by Dawn Gray   A local downtown business is giving back to the community by offering free mentored workshops to local youth. Pushers Co. on Ouellette Avenue is ready to launch their pilot program, Project Push. The program is a

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Massey Mustangs gallop to victory

Massey Mustangs gallop to victory

🕔12:35, 26.Feb 2016

By Brett Henderson   Members of the Vincent Massey Secondary School curling teams have successfully returned the SWOSSAA gold to home turf.   Both the men’s and women’s curling teams received their gold medals on Feb. 24 at the Roseland

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Wine to be sold in grocery stores

Wine to be sold in grocery stores

🕔12:33, 26.Feb 2016

By Nate Hinckley Wine lovers will soon be able to buy wine in grocery stores across Ontario. The Ontario Government plans to allow wine sales in more than 300 locations, with 70 grocers being licensed to carry it this fall. Wine

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Playing online not outside

Playing online not outside

🕔12:26, 26.Feb 2016

Children enjoy video games at their home in Windsor on February 26, 2016. Photo by Michelle Laramie By: Michelle Laramie Many children today are playing online instead of outside. Teachers and parents say video games are becoming the main source

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A chance at a repeat

A chance at a repeat

🕔12:26, 26.Feb 2016

  Members of the Essex 73’s and Integrity Amherstburg Admirals are preparing for a potential repeat of last year’s Great Lakes Junior “C” finals.   73’s Captain Matthew Hebert said the team has been taught not to underestimate teams and

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As food prices rise, consumers get wise

🕔12:15, 26.Feb 2016

By Felicia Patterson   As food prices continue to rise, Windsorites are using a number of strategies to save money. According to the Food Report by Guelph University, Canadian food prices rose by 4.1 per cent during 2015. It is estimated the

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MLB strides to a safer game

MLB strides to a safer game

🕔12:12, 26.Feb 2016

By Christian Bouchard Major League Baseball is back at it. More rule changes. MLB has been inspired to help make a difference, after a scary slide by Chase Utley which led to the injury of Ruben Tejada. This season there will

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The thrill of the kill

🕔12:08, 26.Feb 2016

By Aaron Lombardi   Pursuing a kill rather than hunting for food can give the sport a poor reputation. When ice melts in the spring and people begin to take walks on the beach, those in communities such as Walpole Island,

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School’s out

🕔12:04, 26.Feb 2016

By Dylan Fremlin Feb. 26, 2016 When an elementary school floods due to a broken water main the only thing the students hear is “No school tomorrow!” That’s what happened on Feb. 22 at Sandwich West public school in LaSalle.

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Boston bombing survivor to speak in Windsor

Boston bombing survivor to speak in Windsor

🕔11:57, 26.Feb 2016

Organizers of the Windsor Essex Sports Persons of the Year Awards are preparing to celebrate their 11th annual event with a non-sports related twist. Boston Marathon bombing survivor Heather Abbott will visit Windsor March 28 to share her story with

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Baby it’s cold outside

Baby it’s cold outside

🕔11:53, 26.Feb 2016

By Alyssa Horrobin On Feb. 20, about 300 people took part in the Downtown Mission’s fourth annual Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser.  Coldest Night is a walk that happens in communities across Canada on the same night. The event

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Vipers in good position for playoffs

Vipers in good position for playoffs

🕔11:37, 26.Feb 2016

With the LaSalle Vipers finishing third in the Conference, players and coaches are optimistic about their playoff chances.   The Vipers played their second last home game before the playoffs on Feb. 24 against the Strathroy Rockets. The Vipers beat

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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

🕔11:33, 26.Feb 2016

“Black” names may get fewer interview call backs than “white” names, according to some members of Windsor’s black community. In a study conducted by the University of Chicago, thousands of identical resumes were sent to various employers. The only differences

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Chocolatey success

Chocolatey success

🕔11:27, 26.Feb 2016

By Danielle Gagnier A Windsor entrepreneur is selling one-of-a-kind chocolate and sharing his profits with the hungry. Johnny Oran, the co-owner of Licia Ruby Food Company, creates unique and “highly addictive” chocolate bars. His homemade, roasted white chocolate bars are

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