Time to pick-your-own apples

Time to pick-your-own apples

🕔13:16, 22.Sep 2017

By Kylie Turner Apple farmers in Windsor-Essex are ready for the season and Wagner Orchards expects to see close to 30,000 guests from September to October. For most orchards in Lakeshore, Leamington and Kingsville, apple harvest began Labour Day weekend.

Read Full Article
Thousands flock downtown for Open Streets

Thousands flock downtown for Open Streets

🕔13:04, 22.Sep 2017

  By Kacie Cooper As summer draws to a close, Windsorites were enjoying one of the last hot and sunny days this season will have to offer. People came on foot, bicycle, skateboard and even rollerblades at the Open Streets

Read Full Article
Unity rally to end white supremacy in Toronto

Unity rally to end white supremacy in Toronto

🕔13:03, 22.Sep 2017

By: Chelsea Girard Following the aftermath of violent protests in Charlottesville, Va. an activist group in Toronto will gather together to rally against white supremacy. Activists are gathering in Toronto from across the province, including Windsor, to rally against white

Read Full Article
Top three summer reads

Top three summer reads

🕔12:56, 22.Sep 2017

  It is that time of year again – school. Time to get into the routine of work and little sleep. It is also a time where our busy schedules tend to get in the way of things we love

Read Full Article
Religious leaders say more youth are questioning their faith

Religious leaders say more youth are questioning their faith

🕔12:53, 22.Sep 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney In the past decade, young people have been straying away from going to church. They have started questioning their spirituality, asking more questions and are feeling lost, according to several ministers and non-christian religious leaders. According to

Read Full Article
Save the date

Save the date

🕔12:48, 22.Sep 2017

By Chelsea Girard VegFest Windsor 2017 Have fun and become inspired! Come to at the WFCU Centre on Sunday, Oct. 1 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the second annual VegFest event. VegFest Windsor is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to celebrate kindness towards animals and living a healthy life. Experience a presentation by Ingrid

Read Full Article
The Drawer Boy, a modern Canadian classic

The Drawer Boy, a modern Canadian classic

🕔12:46, 22.Sep 2017

By Amos Johnson Ghost Light Players, a non-profit theatre organization, opens their third season with Michael Healey’s award-winning play, The Drawer Boy. The Drawer Boy follows the story of a young actor named Miles who moves in with two farmers,

Read Full Article
Lancers Continue Drought

Lancers Continue Drought

🕔12:41, 22.Sep 2017

By Kyle Rose   The University of Windsor men’s football team continues to struggle after another tough loss.  The Lancers lost to the University of Western Ontario Mustangs who are on a four game winning streak. The Mustangs are usually

Read Full Article
Take a book, leave a book

Take a book, leave a book

🕔12:40, 22.Sep 2017

  By Julianna Bonnett All you have to do to is take a book and leave one, it is as simple as it sounds and hundreds of people in the Windsor-Essex area are taking advantage of Little Free Library book

Read Full Article
Cycle the region

Cycle the region

🕔12:36, 22.Sep 2017

By Angelica Haggert Cyclists put their pedals to the pathways on Saturday, Sept. 23 during the Essex Region Conservation Bike Tour. Organized by the Essex Region Conservation Authority for the last six years, the event boasts more than 200 participants

Read Full Article
Roundup: arts and entertainment in Windsor-Essex

Roundup: arts and entertainment in Windsor-Essex

🕔12:29, 22.Sep 2017

By Angelica Haggert The arts and entertainment scene in Windsor-Essex is exploding! The Arts At Mackenzie Hall, find the Excellence in Focus exhibit from local artist Nancy Baeur. The gallery showcases this unique piece until Oct. 1. Photo artist Linda

Read Full Article
On the couch or on the big screen?

On the couch or on the big screen?

🕔12:22, 22.Sep 2017

By Kurlis Mati The two most popular ways people watch movies are sitting in theatre or at home using a streaming service, such as Netflix.   Netflix now has over 60 million subscribers and the box office numbers for big

Read Full Article
Millennial Military

Millennial Military

🕔12:13, 22.Sep 2017

By Justin Crouch The Canadian Armed Forces is actively hiring millennial recruits. While some military recruiters find fewer millennials enlisting at the U.S. and European military, Canadian recruiters have yet to see a shortage. Hooman Shirazi is an airforce pilot

Read Full Article
St. Clair Saints eGaming

St. Clair Saints eGaming

🕔11:58, 22.Sep 2017

By Dacotah Erwin, Edited by Cody Rusan The newly formed St. Clair Saints eGaming team will make their long awaited debut on Oct. 6 in one of the biggest Smash Brothers Tournaments ever seen. Originally started as a grassroots tournament

Read Full Article
Canada to say goodbye to trans fat

Canada to say goodbye to trans fat

🕔11:50, 22.Sep 2017

By Torcia Velthuizen As the Canadian government gets ready to legalize marijuana in the next year, there is another substance that will become illegal and has many health experts applauding the decision. As of Sept. 15, 2018, any food items

Read Full Article
Sports roundup

Sports roundup

🕔11:36, 22.Sep 2017

By Cody Rusan The Windsor Spitfires have kicked off their regular season on Sept. 21. The Spitfires are the defending Memorial Cup Champions, so some pressure does ride their wagon. They started the season with a 3-1 victory against the

Read Full Article
Vancouver Fashion Week

Vancouver Fashion Week

🕔10:48, 22.Sep 2017

Model poses in Shhh Fashion By Christina Chibani A former St. Clair College fashion design student is showcasing her “daring and edgy” fashion designs at the Vancouver Fashion Week this month. Ashley Regnier, 27, is a Windsorite trying to make

Read Full Article

Latest Live MediaPlex Broadcast

MediaPlex Live Stream

1 P.M. Monday - Friday
6 P.M. Tuesday Night's


MediaPlex Live @ 1


Mediaplex News Now


Mediaplex News Radio

Login