The ratty side

The ratty side

🕔12:04, 24.Mar 2017

By Aaron Lombardi Windsor has been ranked Ontario’s seventh most rat infested city and experts say it will only get worse after the warm winter. Rats are omnivorous rodents who make themselves at home anywhere they see fit. These are

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Canadian documentary brings attention to fisheries

Canadian documentary brings attention to fisheries

🕔11:55, 24.Mar 2017

  As a celebration of World Water Day, the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup brought What Lies Below to Lakeshore Cinemas on Mar. 23. The Canadian documentary What Lies Below is a six-year project that features and is written by Lawrence

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Lancers overcoming odds

Lancers overcoming odds

🕔11:53, 24.Mar 2017

  By Garrett Fodor   The University of Windsor men’s hockey team is proving the benefits of staying the course.    The Windsor Lancers were eliminated last season in the first round of the OUA playoffs after having a mediocre .500 season.

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Behind the snapshot

Behind the snapshot

🕔11:46, 24.Mar 2017

By: Sreedha Varanasi and Stephanie Zografos Lights, flashing cameras and the bustle of people pulling your hair, curling your lashes and adjusting your dress. How did you get here? What are you working for and why are you doing this?

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Ontario to cap kindergarten classes at 30

Ontario to cap kindergarten classes at 30

🕔11:39, 24.Mar 2017

The Liberal government of Ontario has agreed to cap the number of students in full-day kindergarten classes at 30, according to Canadian Press reports of a tentative agreement with elementary teachers obtained by the Canadian Press. There is no cap currently but each school

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Chuck Berry Dead at 90

Chuck Berry Dead at 90

🕔11:36, 24.Mar 2017

By Joe Gibel   “The Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” has died. Chuck Berry, legendary musician and music pioneer was found Saturday at his home outside St. Louis. He was 90. With songs such as Maybellene, Johnny B. Goode and

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Digital dependency

Digital dependency

🕔11:33, 24.Mar 2017

By Alyssa Horrobin In a time where technology is advancing and being consumed more than ever, it is important for people to set limits for themselves to avoid negative effects. Some see too much of this consumption becoming an issue of mental

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Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

🕔11:27, 24.Mar 2017

  By Ryan Jones It was a full house at Biblioasis to meet hometown author Emily Schultz last week. Schultz’ new novel Men Walking On Water was released March 20. The novel is set in the 1920s and focuses on

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Measuring up to success

Measuring up to success

🕔11:21, 24.Mar 2017

By Garrett Fodor    The sport of hockey is evolving, yet there is still a notion that size makes a player. One local player is proving this stereotype and teams wrong.    Listed at 5-5  and 140 lbs, Tyler Scott

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Venom- Supervillain or antihero?

🕔11:15, 24.Mar 2017

By Cody Rusan The Marvel character known as Venom may be seen as a bad guy, but this is not always the case. The Marvel franchise has seen much success with its wide variety of characters, many of whom originated

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Miriam Moss’ Girl On A Plane

Miriam Moss’ Girl On A Plane

🕔11:03, 24.Mar 2017

By Ryan Jones 4.5 out of 5 stars ___________________________________________   It is 1970. You are 15 years old, getting on a plane to boarding school. You say bye to your parents at the airport with no thought you won’t see

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🕔10:41, 24.Mar 2017 WINDSOR ON -- March 21, 2017. -- A pair of geese swim down the Detroit River on Tuesday March 21, 2017. Environment Canada said to expect warm spring weather in the upcoming week. (Photo By Victoria Parent) Read Full Article
World Water Day is upcoming

World Water Day is upcoming

🕔13:29, 20.Mar 2017

Wednesday is World Water Day. Planet Water Foundation leads World Water Day with the event called Project 24. It will provide 24 clean water systems to 24 communities in five different countries. That includes Colombia, India, Indonesia, Cambodia and the

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Windsor police investigating fatal shooting

🕔13:23, 20.Mar 2017

A suspect has been arrested in Windsor’s second murder of 2017. 53-year-old William Green is in custody in relation to the shooting of a 59-year-old man in the 900 block of Elsmere Avenue. Green was arrested on Sunday. He is charged

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Windsor hosts OFSAA swimming championship for the second time

Windsor hosts OFSAA swimming championship for the second time

🕔11:28, 10.Mar 2017

By Sonia Koshy Almost 2,000 high school students flocked to the Windsor International and Aquatic Training Centre for the annual OFSAA swimming championship. The Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations organizes various sporting championships in Ontario. This year, the swim meet

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Windsor’s Chocolate Lover’s Brunch delights

Windsor’s Chocolate Lover’s Brunch delights

🕔10:26, 9.Mar 2017

Some of Windsor’s top bakeries competed in the 19th Annual Chocolate Lover’s Brunch held at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts. The brunch on March 5 was run by the VON (Victorian Order of Nurses) Windsor-Essex and, this year,

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The WSO hosted the concert about nursery rhyme for kids 

The WSO hosted the concert about nursery rhyme for kids 

🕔21:54, 8.Mar 2017

  The Windsor Symphony Orchestra is trying to reach out to even the youngest audiences. It hosted a concert for children called Fiddles and Riddles on Feb. 25. It was performed by the brass quintet on a Saturday morning. The

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St. Clair College announces MLB-sanctioned baseball program

St. Clair College announces MLB-sanctioned baseball program

🕔13:42, 5.Mar 2017

St. Clair College’s recent successes in men’s baseball are paying off. St. Clair vice-president Ron Seguin and assistant baseball coach Bernie Labute have announced a Major League Baseball affiliate program for the region. The St. Clair Green Giants will participate

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WEtech supports new entrepreneurs

WEtech supports new entrepreneurs

🕔16:05, 3.Mar 2017

By MD. NURUZZAMAN WEtech Alliance is starting an epic journey for local entrepreneurs with more commitment and responsibility. WEtech is now operating from its new office in the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre at the University of Windsor after graduating

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Future of Windsor’s cyclists uncertain

Future of Windsor’s cyclists uncertain

🕔15:39, 3.Mar 2017

By Quentin Doak Windsor cycling has been developing for many years but real change to reach downtown is slow. In 2001 the BUMP (Bicycle Use Master Plan) was developed to help create a safe, connected and well used space for

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