Spitfires open season with a name familiar to Red Wings fans

Spitfires open season with a name familiar to Red Wings fans

🕔11:46, 29.Sep 2017

The 2017 Memorial Cup Champion Windsor Spitfires have started their season with nine new players including one with a familiar name. Detroit born Igor Larionov Jr., 19, shares the same name as his father who won three Stanley Cups in

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Biblioasis welcomes fall

Biblioasis welcomes fall

🕔11:39, 29.Sep 2017

By Loren Mastracci A local publishing company, Biblioasis, held the last chapter of its 2017 Fall Reading Tour at its flagship store in Walkerville. The book tour was held on Sept. 20 and featured five prominent authors who read excerpts

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Pick ’em soon

Pick ’em soon

🕔11:28, 29.Sep 2017

Ontario apple growers are expecting a smaller crop with larger apples this year. The inconsistent weather – from drought conditions to downpour rain to hail – has caused problems with tree growth and the way the fruit was pollinated. Because

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Out with the old and in with the new

Out with the old and in with the new

🕔11:28, 29.Sep 2017

By Ryan Jones Travelers in the city of Windsor have a new place to rest their heads. After two years-in-the-making, management has opened the doors to the Holiday Inn Express. Since the 1990s, the hotel at 33 Riverside Dr. has

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Abandoned in Texas, home in Windsor

Abandoned in Texas, home in Windsor

🕔11:00, 29.Sep 2017

By Angelica Haggert Fifteen dogs and seven cats. It was quite the van ride home from Texas for the Moggy Cat Rescue team. Lauren Edwards, Moggy Cat Rescue founder, was struck by the images of abandoned animals and overflowing animal

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How to find balance between reading and school

How to find balance between reading and school

🕔10:46, 29.Sep 2017

With the school year well underway, bookworms will begin to find difficulty in leisure reading while juggling schoolwork. Luckily I, Biblio Virgo, am here to give you some quick tips to an easy fix. These tips will offer you ease

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Windsor symphony orchestra gears up for new season

Windsor symphony orchestra gears up for new season

🕔09:37, 29.Sep 2017

  By Zander Kelly Symphony music fans in Windsor have a lot to look forward to as the Windsor Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 70th year with a grand list of concerts, including The Music of Star Wars. “It’s a season

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Local musician looking to make career of it

Local musician looking to make career of it

🕔11:19, 27.Sep 2017

By Millar Hill A local musician is giving music a shot in hopes of making a career of it.   Teodora Taleski, 14 years old, has been singing ever since she can remember. At the age of four, she began

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Digging through history

Digging through history

🕔10:19, 26.Sep 2017

By Dawn Gray A team of scientists, archeologists, and historians are inviting the public to help celebrate Canada’s 150 by digging deeper into the history of Windsor. This past weekend, people could learn more about the history of the Assumption

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Kennel cough outbreak in Windsor dogging canines

Kennel cough outbreak in Windsor dogging canines

🕔14:40, 25.Sep 2017

By Alyssa Horrobin   There is a bug going around Windsor and it could affect your canine comrades, taking up to a month for recovery. Infectious tracheobronchitis, otherwise known as kennel cough, is a highly contagious (but not life-threatening) respiratory

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Heat wave to end Wednesday

Heat wave to end Wednesday

🕔14:00, 25.Sep 2017

By Shirley According to theweathernetwork.com,  high temperature are to remain today and tomorrow. A cold front is expecting to pass through Southern Ontario on Wednesday, bringing cooler temperatures to end  the heat wave. The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit issued a

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Heat wave causing orchards to produce abundance of apples

Heat wave causing orchards to produce abundance of apples

🕔12:12, 25.Sep 2017

By Shirley Feng Fill your baskets at one of Essex County’s apple orchards before it is too late. “Because of the warm weather this September, apples mature quickly and we have to pick up some varieties now to avoid waste,”

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New catholic school board director announced

New catholic school board director announced

🕔14:08, 22.Sep 2017

By Maryam Farag The Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board has a new director. Terry Lyons is presently the associate director, head of human resources and the executive superintendent of corporate services. Lyons began his education career as a teacher in

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Science uncorked

Science uncorked

🕔13:57, 22.Sep 2017

By Kenneth Pastushyn   More than 100 people turned up at the University of Windsor’s faculty of science lecture at the Art Gallery of Windsor to learn about science and wine. From Ice Age to Ice Wine was the first

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Gibson Gallery exhibits Canada 150 juried art show

Gibson Gallery exhibits Canada 150 juried art show

🕔13:46, 22.Sep 2017

By MD NURUZZAMAN Local artists displayed their representational art works for an exhibit at Gibson Gallery to mark the celebration of Canada 150. The Gibson Gallery of Amherstburg organized the art exhibition. Most of the artists are from Windsor and

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Dropped on Drouillard: urban street festival

Dropped on Drouillard: urban street festival

🕔13:35, 22.Sep 2017

By Vanessa Cuevas The Dropped on Drouillard Festival attracted hundreds of people this past weekend to celebrate Windsor’s urban street culture. The 1000 block of Drouillard Road was closed from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Sept. 16. Windsorites were

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Last Missing Piece

Last Missing Piece

🕔13:33, 22.Sep 2017

By Alyssa Leonard Windsor’s mayor hopes to acquire what he considers the last missing piece of the Ojibway Prairie Complex — this pleased many of the 25 residents who took part in Mayor Drew Dilkens’ Ward 1 walk at the

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Take the bridge

Take the bridge

🕔13:31, 22.Sep 2017

By Angelica Haggert. It provides passage for up to 2,000 vehicles every hour and it is about to be closed for 10 days. That is 12,000 vehicles every day that now have to find a different route to travel, as

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Get it while you can – Wine BBQ & Relaxation season closing soon

Get it while you can – Wine BBQ & Relaxation season closing soon

🕔13:23, 22.Sep 2017

By David Lafreniere The summer sun will soon set on relaxing day long dates, anniversary celebrations or summer chillin’ as the Pelee Island Winery Pavilion sets to close for the season early next month. While the Pelee Island Winery processing

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Families in search of help after recent flood

Families in search of help after recent flood

🕔13:23, 22.Sep 2017

By Grace Bauer Windsorites with flooded basements are hopeful about the city’s involvement in relief from the recent record-breaking flood, while Tecumseh residents are left skeptical the city will do anything to help.   Windsor and Tecumseh were met with

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