Using the tunnel crossing between Windsor and Detroit will become more difficult this May. According to tunnel authority running the transportation link, crews will be renovating the tunnel, focusing mainly on replacing the ceiling. As well a spokesperson for the authority
By Christian Bouchard A driver has taken the term “drive thru” literally after driving into a Starbucks located in South Windsor. The car went through the front doors of the Starbucks shop located at 3290 Dougall Ave just after 5 p.m. on Wednesday
By Sean Frame One city councillor is excited about how a new study may shape the downtown’s future, despite the reservations of business. City council approved the study on March 2, to be completed by the end of the year.
Meet and greet dinner for Syrian refugees at Caboto Club. Syrian refugees new to Windsor were treated to a meet and greet dinner at Welcome Home to Windsor held Feb. 20 at the Caboto Club. The event was organized
Teachers and guidance counsellors often play important roles for students. However, according to Greater Essex County District School Board public relations officer Scott Scantlebury they find themselves limited in some areas. According to the Windsor Essex County Health Unit, an
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By Fabricio Rivera-Paz A family owned Windsor restaurant has survived the ups and downs of the economy for more than two decades and is moving to a new location. Acapulco Delight has been serving Windsorites with home-made, Latin dishes from Mexico. After
By Dawn Gray A harm prevention program offered by the AIDS Committee of Windsor has recently been expanded into the west end with plans to further expand into Leamington. Since its inception in 1993, the ACW has exchanged over 3.5
A Windsor man is preparing to change the landscape of diversification in Windsor’s police department. Sergeant Wren Dosant was introduced by the Windsor Police Service as their new Diversity, Inclusion and Recruitment Outreach Officer during an event at Willistead Manor
By Christian Dutchyn Although medical marijuana is legal, some people suffering from chronic pain and debilitating illnesses are having difficulty affording the medicine. The use of medical marijuana has been legal in Canada since the early 2000s and its use
Defensive coverage The 73’s allowed the fewest goals against in the regular season and throughout the playoffs. In order to keep their season going they need to limit the number of shots goalie Trevor Wheaton faces. Throughout the two
By Ashley Ann Mentley/Converged Citizen Staff Poutine is proving to be more popular than ever in Windsor. Place Concorde recently held the third Festival de la Poutine, which sold out in less than a month and attracted 450 guests. The
By Rhiannon Lotze/Converged Citizen Staff The popularity of entrepreneurship is on the rise and many businesses and programs are being developed to help these start-ups be successful. Canada is second in the world in terms of levels of entrepreneurial activity,
By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan Retirement homes and long-term care facilities in Windsor are using music therapy to help residents living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Several of these facilities are certified by the Music and Memory program, which helps patients remember and find
By Michael Hugall This year marked the third time out of four years Catholic Central high school took the role of host to the highest level of high school basketball in the province. With sports tourism a topic of debate
Growing concern over leash-less dogs in Windsor has provoked crackdown on city bylaws, but some owners feel the issue itself does not warrant such action. After attacks by an Anatolian Shepherd resulting in the deaths of at least two
Journalism students at St. Clair College work in a real-world newsroom environment during the program’s Blitz day. Blitz happens once each semester and requires first-year journalism students to complete a story in one day before deadline which is by noon.
By Christian Bouchard Play a full 60 minutes The Admirals coaching staff and players have been notorious for their consistent message of playing a full 60 minutes all year long. When Amherstburg gets a lead, it will be vital for
Windsorites have been let in on a secret: a different way to enjoy musical theatre. Known as the Confidential Musical Theatre Project, 27 local actors were brought to the Water’s Edge Event Centre March 5 to present Stephen Sondheim’s Follies.
By Danielle Gagnier Local entrepreneurs are gaining momentum in the business world. Tina Thomas is the owner of her own weight loss company, Lose Weight With Tina. She started the company on her own in September 2014 and holds weekly