Celebrating Windsor 125

Celebrating Windsor 125

🕔16:56, 29.May 2017

Windsor celebrated its 125th  birthday last weekend, bringing together the many cultures that reside in the city. Windsor closed the streets of the downtown core so people could experience events throughout the weekend without traffic. Large screens and stages were scattered

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Remembering Chris Cornell

Remembering Chris Cornell

🕔09:11, 21.May 2017

After a high energy performance at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Chris Cornell, lead singer for Soundgarden, was found dead in his hotel bathroom at the MGM Grand Hotel. Cornell’s body was found in his hotel bathroom after the band

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Mental health awareness month

Mental health awareness month

🕔17:30, 8.May 2017

The stigma surrounding mental health is starting to decrease as individuals around the world raise awareness during the month of May. Statistics Canada estimates that 10-20 per cent of Canadian youth are affected by a mental illness or disorder –

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How to “save” Windsor’s Ojibway Prairie Complex

How to “save” Windsor’s Ojibway Prairie Complex

🕔22:19, 1.May 2017

It’s sometimes hard to find a balance point between development and environment – a challenge Windsor, Ont. knows all too well. Go back to the fall of 2007. Coco Paving, a family-owned, local business, submitted a proposal to build new

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Refugees and Windsor still working to fit together

Refugees and Windsor still working to fit together

🕔22:16, 1.May 2017

It’s the little things that make the difference: sleeping, eating, shopping like any other human being. Free from terror. But while the arrival of so many Syrian refugees to Windsor ended their suffering, it also marked the beginning of new

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International students told rats and mice are “normal” in Windsor

International students told rats and mice are “normal” in Windsor

🕔22:14, 1.May 2017

  Just one week after the student arrived from India, she started hearing rumbling noises in her rental home in Windsor, Ont. At first, she was not sure what she was hearing. But when she saw the huge fur ball

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Struggling to stay Chinese in Windsor, Ont.

Struggling to stay Chinese in Windsor, Ont.

🕔22:11, 1.May 2017

It’s a quiet Wednesday afternoon, three people doing three different things in the same house, three cultures coming together. Chloe is the Chinese mother, cooking for her Greek husband Stephanos Mavromoustakos, who’s working on the computer, and their daughter Melina

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Windsor, Ont. gym instructor takes fitness to the classroom

Windsor, Ont. gym instructor takes fitness to the classroom

🕔22:05, 1.May 2017

By Yueying (Amaris) Liu It may not look like a Grade 4/5 math class since all the students are standing beside their desks. But as they turn to the left and to the right, with lots of giggles and smiles,

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One Second, One Life: The Dartis Willis Story

One Second, One Life: The Dartis Willis Story

🕔22:01, 1.May 2017

This is the world according to Dartis Willis: a person’s success depends on their will to push through adversity to become the person they want to be. Willis has become known in the Windsor community in the last few years

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A love story from China to Windsor

A love story from China to Windsor

🕔21:54, 1.May 2017

They could barely communicate with each other, but when Canadian Rick Newcombe first laid eyes on Xinlan Xie, he was love stuck. They were introduced by their boss, the principal of the school where they both worked in Guangzhou, China.

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Windsor widow finds new life through art

Windsor widow finds new life through art

🕔21:48, 1.May 2017

Amanda Dupuis writes her name on a nametag sticker, slaps it on her white blouse and checks herself on the mirror. She inhales deeply, exhales and pulls herself together. She has laid out all the paints, brushes, canvasses, crayons and

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