Minister consults with Windsorites about basic income pilot project

Minister consults with Windsorites about basic income pilot project

🕔18:54, 31.Jan 2017

A representative of the Ontario government was in Windsor Monday night for continued public consultation into the idea of a cash transfer for low and no income people with no strings attached. The idea of a guaranteed basic income will

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Humber hosts curling bonspiel

Humber hosts curling bonspiel

🕔14:36, 27.Jan 2017

The St. Clair College men’s and women’s curling teams traveled to Weston Country Club in Etobicoke to take part in the fifth annual Humber Bonspiel hosted by Humber College. On Jan. 21 and Jan. 22, six schools participated in the

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International tailor brings modern trends to Windsor

International tailor brings modern trends to Windsor

🕔13:33, 27.Jan 2017

A custom tailor with experience working for some of the biggest fashion houses in Europe has set up shop in Windsor. Windsor native Lazaros Dimitriou, 40, started his career working for fashion stores at Devonshire Mall. His work with Aldo

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔13:32, 27.Jan 2017

NHL On Wednesday night the Toronto Maple Leafs came to Joe Louis Arena to face off against the Detroit Red Wings. The Leafs came to play, shutting the Red Wings down 4-0. This puts the Red Wings in last place in the Eastern Conference.

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Fakes and Forgeries in the Chimczuk Museum

Fakes and Forgeries in the Chimczuk Museum

🕔13:28, 27.Jan 2017

    Can you tell the difference between real objects and fake ones? That is the question posed by Windsor’s Chimczuk Museum. Visitors to the Chimczuk Museum get a chance to play detective and try to distinguish 115 real and

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Mayor: New tax increase stays below inflation rate

Mayor: New tax increase stays below inflation rate

🕔13:20, 27.Jan 2017

A home owner with a house worth $150,000 will see their property taxes go up about $45 this year after Windsor city council approved the 2017 budget at Monday night’s marathon council meeting. The meeting which lasted more than 11

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New year, new you?

New year, new you?

🕔12:58, 27.Jan 2017

  By Alyssa Horrobin Hit the gym, get in shape, live healthier…these are commitments people make on the first day of January every year. According to the Statistic Brain website, weight loss is the number one New Year’s resolution people make

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Premier Wynne Visits Ontario Colleges

Premier Wynne Visits Ontario Colleges

🕔12:49, 27.Jan 2017

By Zander Kelly Windsor was not on the list of colleges that Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne visited this week. Her stops included colleges in Toronto, London, Waterloo, Guelph, North Bay and Sault Ste. Marie. A representative from the Premier’s office

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Job Fair 2017

Job Fair 2017

🕔12:41, 27.Jan 2017

By Malak Zubaydi   Both college and university students attended a job fair at the St. Clair College SportsPlex on Jan. 18. St. Clair College and the University of Windsor have partnered for 18 years to host this event for

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Windsor benefits from record-breaking Bell Let’s Talk Day

Windsor benefits from record-breaking Bell Let’s Talk Day

🕔12:25, 27.Jan 2017

By Nantanaa Mutharasu Canadians flooded social media with #BellLetsTalk on Wednesday. Bell Let’s Talk announced on Facebook there were around 131 million interactions, resulting in $6.5 million funds that will benefit mental health organizations all over Canada. The goal behind

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Hiatus House receives donations thanks to Public Relations Club

Hiatus House receives donations thanks to Public Relations Club

🕔12:15, 27.Jan 2017

By Mayra Lacayo The St.Clair College Public Relations club has raised more than $1,000 for the Hiatus House in Windsor. The public relations club organized a fundraiser at the Oasis Bar and Lounge in east Windsor where students sold raffle

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Bracco brings success to Spitfires

Bracco brings success to Spitfires

🕔12:10, 27.Jan 2017

By Garrett Fodor   The Windsor Spitfires are preparing for the Memorial Cup by acquiring some of the top players in the Ontario Hockey League.   One of the newest Spitfires is Jeremy Bracco,acquired from the Kitchener Rangers in exchange for Cole

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Property tax rise in Windsor

Property tax rise in Windsor

🕔11:58, 27.Jan 2017

By Christina Chibani Windsor city council has come to a budget agreement and will be increasing property taxes for homeowners and businesses. Windsor residents’ property tax will increase by 1.73 per cent, meaning that starting in the spring, homeowners will

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Brews and running shoes

🕔11:49, 27.Jan 2017

Brews and running shoes, an unlikely combination for most. For Windsor resident Corey Bellemore, however, he found a way to combine both of these passions. The beer mile is an event where contestants drink four beers while running four laps

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Legendary wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka dead at 73

Legendary wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka dead at 73

🕔11:37, 27.Jan 2017

By Joe Gibel Legendary professional wrestler, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka died on Sunday Jan. 15 at age 73. Jimmy Snuka, known throughout the wrestling world as the innovator of the high-flying offence wrestling style and his “superfly splash” from the top

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Tax hike to affect youth and elder

🕔11:32, 27.Jan 2017

By Kyle Rose Property taxes are increasing by 1.73 per cent in Windsor after a city council meeting Monday night that lasted about eight hours. City administration had recommended an increase of 2.7 per cent. The increase is expected to

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Hockey Player Turned Business Program Administrator at University of Windsor

Hockey Player Turned Business Program Administrator at University of Windsor

🕔11:18, 27.Jan 2017

By Amos Johnson A former hockey star is now the program administrator for the school of business at the University of Windsor. Born and raised in Tecumseh, Ryan Donally started playing hockey at age five and was drafted into the

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Retail space leaving on Pelissier Street

Retail space leaving on Pelissier Street

🕔11:07, 27.Jan 2017

By Nate Hinckley Pelissier Street has seen many retailers set up shops under the parking garage since it was built 1979. Some store owners have been successful with their businesses while others have moved away. On Nov. 28, 2016, Windsor’s

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Brews and running shoes leads to world record for Windsorite

Brews and running shoes leads to world record for Windsorite

🕔11:00, 27.Jan 2017

  By Ryan Blevins   Beer and running do not usually go together, but for one Windsorite they are a perfect combination. University of Windsor sprinter Corey Bellemore is one of the school’s top track and field athletes. After coming

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Are You Kidding Me?!

Are You Kidding Me?!

🕔11:29, 26.Jan 2017 Are You Kidding Me?! with Cici Deng This is an unbelievable podcast with unbelievable information. Are you kidding me?! Episode 1 - Worst Luck Man agent = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase(); name_ff = "firefox"; name_op = "opera"; if (agent.indexOf(name_ff.toLowerCase())>-1 || agent.indexOf(name_op.toLowerCase())>-1) { pbwp_audio = Read Full Article

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