Film festival brings back old memories

🕔13:46, 13.Feb 2017

Film legends from the early 20s were the focus of a film festival in Windsor this weekend. “Silent Film Greats” is a weekend event where silent films are screened at the Capitol Theatre. Four pictures, starring the likes of Charlie

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U.S. field trip cancelled due to travel ban

🕔13:45, 13.Feb 2017

Windsor’s public school board has canceled all field trips to the United States. All trips scheduled for February and April are affected. School board representative Scott Scantlebury says it’s because of uncertainty regarding America’s current travel ban against seven Muslim-majority

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Windsor Fire battles downtown blaze

🕔13:44, 13.Feb 2017

Windsor Fire battled yet another fire yesterday. A blaze broke out at the former Pour House at 52 Chatham St. west in downtown Windsor. The restaurant and pub has been closed for a number of years. There are no injuries

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Mayor seeks to keep historic building open

🕔13:41, 13.Feb 2017

Windsor residents have started a petition to keep a piece of history open to the community. Mayor Drew Dilkens is currently in Chicago meeting with executives to prevent the closure of the Canadian Club Brand Centre on Riverside Drive. The

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Windsor’s Riverside Drive needs nicer fencing: Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk

Windsor’s Riverside Drive needs nicer fencing: Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk

🕔13:44, 10.Feb 2017

Fences along Riverside Drive should be upgraded to have more curb appeal, according to Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk. Fences alone Riverside Drive should be upgraded in a more pleasing way, according to one Windsor city councillor. Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk thinks the

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Different approaches for dealing with Trump

Different approaches for dealing with Trump

🕔13:40, 10.Feb 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has avoided making negative remarks about U.S. President Donald Trump, but the same cannot be said for a Windsor city councillor with a Twitter account. Voicing a strong opinion about what he believes is Trump’s ambition,

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New year, new tax rate.

New year, new tax rate.

🕔13:35, 10.Feb 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney Windsor City Council has finalized the 2017 budget. The draft document contains plans including a 1.73 per cent tax increase for the new year to cover the $390-million in property taxes to help maintain services provided by

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Update before it is too late

Update before it is too late

🕔13:29, 10.Feb 2017

By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan More than 3,000 local high school students could be facing suspensions if their vaccination records are not updated. On Feb. 1 students across Windsor-Essex County received final notices informing them of the need to update their vaccination

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Cupe- tentative deal

🕔13:26, 10.Feb 2017

After a long strike, a tentative deal has finally been reached between the Essex County Library board and the library workers. 70% of the members voted in favour of the deal. The deal was reached at about 1 a.m. on

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Canadian immigration economically beneficial

Canadian immigration economically beneficial

🕔13:22, 10.Feb 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney Canada should welcome refugees and immigrants turned by the new U.S. executive order. On Jan. 27 U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order on immigration restricting citizens from seven Middle Eastern countries  –  Iraq, Sudan, Iran,

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Prom: behind the scenes

Prom: behind the scenes

🕔13:13, 10.Feb 2017

  Every year high school seniors are enthusiastic about prom season but their high expectations can cause stress about making sure everything is ready.   For most, prom is the highlight of their high school years – a very anticipated

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Milk closes its doors

Milk closes its doors

🕔13:06, 10.Feb 2017

By Zander Kelly A downtown Windsor business has closed its doors after 18 years. Milk was a local coffee bar that regularly hosted local artists’ work and music groups. Milk was taken over by Arsh Bhatia, 24, in January 2016.

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Allin family legacy continues in Windsor

Allin family legacy continues in Windsor

🕔12:43, 10.Feb 2017

By Ryan Blevins The final member of a legendary Chatham basketball family has found a home in Windsor. Luke Allin graduated from Ursuline College High School in Chatham in 2013. A star basketball player, Allin elected to attend Wilfred Laurier

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Never getting enough sleep

Never getting enough sleep

🕔12:43, 10.Feb 2017

  By Dacotah Erwin Although it is recommended for teenagers between the ages of 14 and 17 to sleep at least eight hours a night, students are receiving less than the recommended. A study published online in the Journal of

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Fourth “Clash at the Colosseum” basketball showcase a success

Fourth “Clash at the Colosseum” basketball showcase a success

🕔12:26, 10.Feb 2017

The fourth annual Clash at the Colosseum took place this Wednesday at Caesars Colosseum. The University of Windsor men and women’s basketball teams played against the Laurier Golden Hawks and the Windsor Express played against the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans at Caesars

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Roll up the rim is back

Roll up the rim is back

🕔12:23, 10.Feb 2017

By Kyle Rose. North American hot beverage and doughnut juggernaut Tim Hortons is kicking off its annual Roll Up The Rim campaign. The contest usually starts between the end of January and the beginning of February each year. The campaign

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Second vigil for Quebec shooting victims

Second vigil for Quebec shooting victims

🕔12:17, 10.Feb 2017

Windsorites continue to support Muslim communities across Canada, attending a vigil on Feb. 3 to honour the victims of the Quebec mosque shooting in January. Nearly 200 people of different faiths and backgrounds attended the vigil at the Windsor Islamic

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Hoops for Hospice

Hoops for Hospice

🕔12:15, 10.Feb 2017

By Garrett Fodor A local author is sharing his passion for local basketball history. While Windsor and Essex County are better known for producing hockey talent, the area also has over 60 years of producing strong basketball talent. In a

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔12:06, 10.Feb 2017

NHL The Detroit Red Wings took on the first place Washington Capitals at the Verizon Center in Washington on Thursday night. The two teams fought hard in the first period keeping the score tied 2-2 going into the second period.

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Ontario tuition on the rise

Ontario tuition on the rise

🕔12:01, 10.Feb 2017

By Grace Bauer Ontario colleges may have to cut programs and raise tuition because the number of students enrolling is steadily declining. There has already been a drastic tuition increase in the past 10 years. The Canadian Centre for Policy

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