Alleged armed robbery a first for store owner

Alleged armed robbery a first for store owner

🕔16:01, 30.Sep 2017

By Ivy Li For one Windsor shopkeeper, it was a first – having his store robbed. Police are investigating the alleged armed robbery on the 7600 block of Tecumseh Road East which happened in the evening on Sept. 29. Ramzi

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Fundraising agencies not worried about “donor fatigue”

Fundraising agencies not worried about “donor fatigue”

🕔16:37, 29.Sep 2017

By Lori Baldassi The floods are over but cleanup continues across the Windsor and Essex County. Reports from the Insurance Bureau of Canada have the bill hitting $124 million, and the call for public help is at an all-time high. With

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Awareness of childhood cancer increasing

Awareness of childhood cancer increasing

🕔16:26, 29.Sep 2017

By Laurie Harrison Childhood Cancer Awareness Month gets a lot of support from local organizations, but they say they still have a lot of work to do. With only five per cent of cancer research funding devoted to all types

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Ontario colleges are set for possible strike Oct. 15

Ontario colleges are set for possible strike Oct. 15

🕔16:03, 29.Sep 2017

By Ennis Liu The semester has barely begun but already college students in Ontario could be out of school within the next couple of weeks. A mediator has set Oct. 15 as the date for a legal strike or lockout to

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Bidding adieu to summer with London’s last car event of the year

Bidding adieu to summer with London’s last car event of the year

🕔15:51, 29.Sep 2017

By Harshpal Singh Vintage car lovers in southern Ontario have had their last hurrah of 2017 with a car meet in London, Ont. The Canadian Tire there hosted the event in its parking lot Sept. 24 – one last time

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No kidding, Goat Yoga has hit Windsor Essex

No kidding, Goat Yoga has hit Windsor Essex

🕔15:43, 29.Sep 2017

By Laurie Harrison Social media has fallen in love with goats. The picture of baby goats climbing all over someone who is trying to look poised and skillful doing complicated yoga poses has the internet going crazy with a new

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Culture Days targeting children

Culture Days targeting children

🕔15:33, 29.Sep 2017

By Amy Meng Canada is known as a cultural mosaic, with the nation’s diversity on full display this weekend for Culture Days. According to the City of Windsor, culture days will raise awareness and engagement in Canadians for their community’s arts and

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Get up close with horses at county harvest festival

Get up close with horses at county harvest festival

🕔15:22, 29.Sep 2017

By Sunnio Lingyi Are you ready for the Harvest and Horses Festival? This year’s festival will begin on Oct. 7, at the John R. Park Homestead on County Road 50 in Essex county, a conservation area restored to resemble the

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Oktoberfest is coming to Windsor

Oktoberfest is coming to Windsor

🕔15:00, 29.Sep 2017

By Ennis Liu Starting next Thursday at 6 p.m. the Heimat Windsor Banquet Centre will ring with German music, dance, and of course, beer. Oktoberfest, which will be running for two weekends, will feature traditionally-clad servers, imported beer and German

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Sunrise Records celebrates new location in Devonshire Mall

Sunrise Records celebrates new location in Devonshire Mall

🕔14:44, 29.Sep 2017

By Sunnio Zeng Sunrise Records has taken over the Devonshire Mall. Musical record chain Sunrise Records was founded in 1977 in Toronto, and now it has taken the prime real estate previously held by HMV records in the mall. The Devonshire

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Mid-autumn festival a highlight for Windsor Chinese church 

Mid-autumn festival a highlight for Windsor Chinese church 

🕔14:28, 29.Sep 2017

By Emile Lee Windsorites of Chinese descent are celebrating as the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival brings their community together.  One of the events was held recently at the Windsor Chinese Alliance Church on Seminole Street, but it’s a festival with a long

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Family friend attempts mugging with bear spray

Family friend attempts mugging with bear spray

🕔13:04, 29.Sep 2017

By Kacie Cooper In a recent attempted robbery, bear spray was used as a weapon towards a Windsor man and his pregnant wife. Andrew Shanahan and his wife, Felissya, were walking on Wyandotte Street on Sept. 27 when two men approached

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Windsor’s oldest comic book shop celebrates 30 years

Windsor’s oldest comic book shop celebrates 30 years

🕔13:02, 29.Sep 2017

By: Kacie Cooper Border City Comics is celebrating 30 years in business, making them the oldest comic book shop in Windsor. Pat and Ken Girard along with their son Tim, have made the shop a go-to spot for those looking

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Windsor cyclist’s take notice of bike thefts

Windsor cyclist’s take notice of bike thefts

🕔12:53, 29.Sep 2017

By Barry Hazlehurst Bicycle theft has become an epidemic in Windsor causing cyclists to take extra precautions when leaving their bicycles unattended. Windsorites have created a Facebook page under the heading Stolen Bikes of Windsor to report stolen bikes and

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TownePlace Suites by Marriot

TownePlace Suites by Marriot

🕔12:43, 29.Sep 2017 The TownePlace Suites by Marriot. sign has been placed on the building at 250 Dougall Ave. The construction team on site said it will be another month until renovations are finished. (Photo by: Ryan Percy) Read Full Article
WSO String Orchestra hands baton to audience

WSO String Orchestra hands baton to audience

🕔12:43, 29.Sep 2017

By Zander Kelly Audience members were allowed to conduct the Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s string band regardless of prior skill. The WSO’s Conduct Us event, held at the University of Windsor on Thursday, allowed any passersby to take up the baton

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔12:36, 29.Sep 2017

By Jordan Ferris   Windsor Spitfires The Windsor Spitfires are off to a hot start this season. After starting the season with a 3-1 win over the Saginaw Spirit on opening night, the Spitfires would go to win the next

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The truth about addiction

The truth about addiction

🕔12:00, 29.Sep 2017

By Cade Ryan   People who recovered from addiction to drugs and alcohol had the opportunity to open up about the struggles they faced on their paths to recovery at an event last month.   The Truth About Addiction event,

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Black Market Fest 2017

Black Market Fest 2017

🕔11:57, 29.Sep 2017

By Joe Gibel From Saturday Oct. 14 to Oct. 15, The first annual Black Market Fest will take place at the Beer Exchange in Windsor Ontario for only $20 per person. This specific festival aims to bring a full day

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Entertainment Roundup!

Entertainment Roundup!

🕔11:50, 29.Sep 2017

By Amos Johnson The Arts: The excellence In Focus Exhibit with Nancy Bauer will be held at the Common Ground Gallery inside Mackenzie Hall from Sept. 20 to Oct. 1. Nancy is an artist known for her still life paintings

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