Windsor gamers gather for 24 hour charity gaming event

🕔15:18, 28.Oct 2016

By Quentin Doak Windsor gamers will be using their skills to raise money for sick children. In November, organisers of Extra Life Gaming, a locally sponsored event, will be holding two 12-hour gaming marathons to raise money for the miracle

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Lakeshore Cinemas

The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Lakeshore Cinemas

🕔14:48, 28.Oct 2016

By Kenneth Pastushyn     Oliver Wendell Holmes, a former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court once said “you can’t shout fire in a crowded theatre.” But you can shout obscenities at Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick while watching a midnight

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So sorry next generation autoworker

So sorry next generation autoworker

🕔14:28, 28.Oct 2016

Factory jobs are available for $20.42 an hour to start with full benefits, paid vacation and a pension plan. Do you take them? Of course you do! Those jobs are hard to come by. The job is physically draining but

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Cubs vs. Indians World Series, a drought will be no more

Cubs vs. Indians World Series, a drought will be no more

🕔14:27, 28.Oct 2016

After decades of suffering, a drought will end and a baseball fan base will let out its collective breath again. The Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians are two teams that have not won a World Series in what many

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔14:12, 28.Oct 2016

NHL The Detroit Red Wings raised their record to 6-2 on Thursday night when they slid by the St. Louis Blues with a 2-1 win at the Scottrade Centre. Frans Nielsen scored a shorthanded goal in the second period and the Wings were able

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Little Hands Kids for a Cause

Little Hands Kids for a Cause

🕔14:02, 28.Oct 2016

KiA Windsor Essex County support team is going the extra mile for children who are suffering life-threatening illnesses.  Little Hands Kids for a Cause was established in July 2014. The organization is focused on helping families financially and emotionally and they have

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Forfeiting to avoid injuries in football

Forfeiting to avoid injuries in football

🕔13:52, 28.Oct 2016

By Ryan Blevins For the nationally ranked Herman Green Griffins and Holy Names Knights, playing all their scheduled games is no issue. Canada’s neighbours to the south are having issues with teams forfeiting games. Archbishop Murphy High School in Washington

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Former Spitfire is sentenced

Former Spitfire is sentenced

🕔13:50, 28.Oct 2016

  By Mariah Atherley Ben Johnson, former Windsor spitfire player and  New Jersey Devil Prospect, was convicted of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at a downtown Windsor night club in 2013. Johnson was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday. The girl, whose identity is protected by

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Herman wins rivalry week

Herman wins rivalry week

🕔13:40, 28.Oct 2016

By Ryan Blevins Windsor Stadium was the backdrop for one of Windsor-Essex County’s most competitive rivalries. Two undefeated teams capped off the Windsor-Essex County Secondary School Athletic Association’s regular season. The Holy Names Knights travelled to Windsor Stadium to take

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Canada’s second largest ComiCon

Canada’s second largest ComiCon

🕔13:38, 28.Oct 2016

By Grace Bauer Thousands of fandom enthusiasts from near and far gathered to participate in Windsor’s second ComiCon. ComiCons are events where fans of comics, sci-fi, gaming and anime have the opportunity to dress up in costume, buy memorabilia from

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Open up and say ahhhhh

Open up and say ahhhhh

🕔13:33, 28.Oct 2016

By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan Windsorites who fought to keep the process of fluoridation treatment in their water and lost may be getting their wish. On Oct. 6, the Ontario legislature voted to prohibit cities from removing fluoride from their water after

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Syria refugees success in Windsor

Syria refugees success in Windsor

🕔13:14, 28.Oct 2016

By Christina Chibani Syrian refugees are adapting to their new homes and lifestyle with the help of programs the City of Windsor is offering. With institutions such as the Multicultural Council of Windsor Essex County, the Syrian refugees are given

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Bob Dylan’s winning the Nobel Prize in Literature becomes controversial to some

Bob Dylan’s winning the Nobel Prize in Literature becomes controversial to some

🕔13:02, 28.Oct 2016

The Nobel Committee for Literature selects a winner each year and this year’s choice – Bob Dylan – has become controversial to some. According to Nobelprize.org, Dylan has been recognized for having “created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” He

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Racial Retaliation for Halloween

🕔12:54, 28.Oct 2016

By Aaron Lombardi Halloween versions of First Nations traditional attire are being viewed as racist and may soon be off the shelves of costume stores. Fake buckskin suits, feathers and beads, tomahawks and fringe; these are the materials used to

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More support needed for Canadian Veterans

🕔12:29, 28.Oct 2016

Many Canadian soldiers who have returned home from Afghanistan after suffering the horrors of war, are continuing to experience psychological effects and some are killing themselves. According to a 2015 report by The Globe and Mail, 54 veterans have committed

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Harley Quinn, witches among top 2016 Halloween costumes

Harley Quinn, witches among top 2016 Halloween costumes

🕔12:19, 28.Oct 2016

By Nate Hinckley Goblins and ghouls are not the only things you may see lurking around the corner this Halloween. According to the National Retail Federation one of the top costumes of the year for young adults is that of

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POPaganda Mind Factory

POPaganda Mind Factory

🕔12:18, 28.Oct 2016

By Stephanie Zografos Hairstylists in Windsor let their creative side take over to produce unusual looks for a hair fashion show called POPaganda. POP Hair Gallery Ink held the show to celebrate their sixth anniversary in business. More than 50

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Top special forces commander fined

Top special forces commander fined

🕔12:15, 28.Oct 2016

By Lt.-Col. David Lafreniere (ret’d) Canada’s top special forces commander has been found guilty for the unauthorized firing of his assault rifle while visiting troops in Northern Iraq. Last week, Major-General Michael Rouleau took responsibility for his “negligent discharge” at

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Spitfires think pink and shoot down Greyhounds

Spitfires think pink and shoot down Greyhounds

🕔12:02, 28.Oct 2016

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires scored five times to take down the Soo Greyhounds at the WFCU Centre. Windsor Spitfires associate coach Trevor Letowski ran the bench as acting head coach in the absence of Rocky Thompson. Thompson is

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Eco-friendly products produce therapeutic benefits

Eco-friendly products produce therapeutic benefits

🕔11:52, 28.Oct 2016

By Ryan Jones Windsor residents are discovering the therapeutic benefits of using natural ingredients in do-it-yourself cosmetics. The Eco Well, an all-natural beauty company from Waterloo visited Windsor’s ShopEco for a night of DIY cosmetic tutorials. Jennifer Novakovich, 26, owner

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