Canadian government considers menthol cigarette ban

Canadian government considers menthol cigarette ban

🕔13:53, 3.Feb 2017

By Kurlis Mati Canada is trying to push forward with a ban on menthol cigarettes to reduce the number of young smokers. The Canadian government sees menthol cigarettes as a gateway cigarette that starts many people’s addiction to smoking. According

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Become a donor, save a life

Become a donor, save a life

🕔13:19, 3.Feb 2017

By Alyssa Leonard A Windsor family continues to urge young people to become bone marrow donors after losing their daughter to leukemia 12 years ago. Three-year-old Katelyn Bedard lost her battle with leukemia in June 2005 after being unsuccessful in

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Council plans new districts

Council plans new districts

🕔13:18, 3.Feb 2017

by Zander Kelly Windsor may soon include clearly defined distillery and little Italy districts after a decision by city council to fund such projects. During the annual budget meeting Jan. 23, city council unanimously moved to put $250,000 into “districting

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The pass to discovery

The pass to discovery

🕔13:15, 3.Feb 2017

Canadians with a Parks Discovery Pass can now enter national parks free of charge. As part of celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday, the Liberal government has introduced the Parks Canada pass to all Canadians. The purpose of the pass is to

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Keeping count

Keeping count

🕔13:14, 3.Feb 2017

Ontario is making it easier for those who count calories but some feel the new rules are more harmful than helpful. The new regulation is part of the Healthy Menu Choices Act and requires all restaurants with 20 or more

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Windsor’s psychic weekend

Windsor’s psychic weekend

🕔13:12, 3.Feb 2017

By Danielle Gagnier Windsorites got their palms read and fortunes told at the Windsor Psychic Expo this January. Over 30 different exhibitors set up booths at the Caboto Club Jan. 27 to 29. The expo has been travelling to cities all

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔13:12, 3.Feb 2017

NHL The Toronto Maple Leafs travelled to the Scottrade Center on Thursday night to go toe-to-toe against the St. Louis Blues. After a long, physical game, the Blues ran away with the game winning 5-1. This leaves the Maple Leafs with a 23-17-9 record and

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Broken promises in Parliament

Broken promises in Parliament

🕔13:00, 3.Feb 2017

By Kylie Turner Politicians are back at work in Parliament Hill following a six-week break. The NDP and Conservative parties held their caucus meetings a week before returning to the House of Commons. Supporters of the three parties in the

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Local musician keeps blues alive in Windsor

Local musician keeps blues alive in Windsor

🕔12:49, 3.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel A local singer-songwriter uses his passion for the blues and rockabilly to entertain audiences. The South River, Ontario native found a love for the blues and knew he just had to get it out to an audience.

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Spiritual messages provide a sense of closure

Spiritual messages provide a sense of closure

🕔12:48, 3.Feb 2017

By Amos Johnson Over 20 people gathered at White Feather on Ottawa street last month in hopes of receiving a message from their deceased loved ones. White Feather Holistic Arts is a local store which offers healing and spirituality. The

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Black history month programs in Windsor

Black history month programs in Windsor

🕔12:29, 3.Feb 2017

By Kyle Rose As February rolls in, the Essex County Black Historical Research Society is planning a number of programs to celebrate Black History Month. There was a kickoff celebration at the Caribbean Centre on Jan. 27 hosted by the

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Women’s March on Washington

Women’s March on Washington

🕔12:28, 3.Feb 2017

By Julianna Bonnett Many Windsorites joined the Women’s March on Washington. On Jan. 21, close to two million people marched in cities around the world for the Women’s March.  Michelle Mainwaring and Anne Elizabeth Rudzinski were two of the 50

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New gospel radio station to launch in Windsor

New gospel radio station to launch in Windsor

🕔12:19, 3.Feb 2017

By Felicia Patterson The manager of a Chatham-Kent radio station is planning to expand its broadcast into Windsor. United Canadian Broadcasters has been active in provinces across Canada since 2003. According to their website, they are one of the country’s leading Christian media charities,

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Windsor Police introduce new dog officer

Windsor Police introduce new dog officer

🕔12:18, 3.Feb 2017

Windsor Police Service recently introduced a new dog officer to their K-9 Unit. Fuse, a two-year-old German Shepherd, and partner Constable Kris Lauzon recently completed training and are now on duty. Lauzon, is no stranger to the intense 17-week preliminary

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Windsorites denounce U.S. travel ban

Windsorites denounce U.S. travel ban

🕔12:09, 3.Feb 2017

By: Maryam Farag Windsorites are speaking out about President Trump’s executive order which stops citizens of Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. President Trump signed an order on Jan. 27 banning citizens from Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Iraq, Iran, Libya

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McDonald’s serving all-day breakfast

🕔11:08, 3.Feb 2017

By Christina Chibani Windsor residents will soon have the option of ordering hotcakes at dinner time. McDonald’s breakfast menu will be available all day across Canada starting Feb. 21. More than a year after McDonald’s all-day breakfast launched in the

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Straying away from the beauty pageant name

Straying away from the beauty pageant name

🕔10:59, 3.Feb 2017

Straying Away From The Beauty Pageant Name By Chelsea Girard As women take the stage locally, nationally and internationally, pageants have begun to be more diverse and stray away Pageants are for all ages and also range from petite to plus

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