Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement

🕔12:34, 23.Oct 2017

By Todd Shearon Southwestern Ontario prepares for heavy winds to blow through. In a special weather statement issued by Environment Canada, strong gusts of winds up to 80 km/h are expected by early Tuesday morning and will continue through the

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Police Seize Drugs and Paraphernalia

Police Seize Drugs and Paraphernalia

🕔11:49, 23.Oct 2017

By: Alex Hristoff John Walker, a 53-year-old Windsor man, has been charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking. On Thursday October 19th, the Windsor Police Service Drugs and Guns Unit (DIGS) were

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The Fratmen prepare for Hurricanes this weekend

The Fratmen prepare for Hurricanes this weekend

🕔11:32, 23.Oct 2017

By Todd Shearon Windsor is set to host the Ontario Football Conference championship. The AKO Fratmen rolled over the Ottawa Sooners with a 42-14 win in the OFC semi-finals on Saturday to earn home field advantage in the league finals.

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Sculpture symbolizes peace

Sculpture symbolizes peace

🕔11:25, 23.Oct 2017

By Shirley Feng. A new sculpture has been placed on the Windsor riverfront. The sculpture was installed on Oct. 20 and was donated by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama‘at, a fast-growing Muslim group in Windsor’s Islam community. The sculpture consists of four

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Downtown Windsor Clean-Up

Downtown Windsor Clean-Up

🕔10:39, 23.Oct 2017

By: Alex Hristoff Cleaning up our streets is a community responsibility. On Saturday October 21st, the Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative took matters into their own hands. The DWCC organized a community clean-up focusing on Windsor’s downtown core. From 10 a.m.

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The fifth time is the charm

The fifth time is the charm

🕔10:20, 23.Oct 2017

By Todd Shearon The St. Clair Saints are baseball champions for the fifth straight year. St. Clair College won the 2017 OCAA Men’s Baseball Championship at Bert Lacasse Park, shutting out the Humber Hawks 1-0 in the gold medal game

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A place for everyone to play

A place for everyone to play

🕔09:19, 23.Oct 2017

By Laurie Harrison. Accessible playgrounds are turning child’s play into inclusive play for all ages. Gaining ground in Windsor-Essex, accessible play sets level the playing field for people of all ages and abilities with more than 24 in the area.

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Sears Canada liquidation begins

Sears Canada liquidation begins

🕔09:07, 23.Oct 2017

By Shirley Feng   Sears Canada announced all the remaining department stores and home stores will begin liquidation sales starting October 19. Sears Canada is a historical retail chain in Canada, founded in 1952. After struggling for several months, Sears

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The LifePoetry Production Podcast

🕔15:23, 20.Oct 2017 The LifePoetry Production Podcast With Jamal Hamadani Welcome to The LifePoetry Production Podcast where every episode you will feel more intact with yourself. You will understand things like you never have before. COMING SOON! Read Full Article
Clawing their way to the top

Clawing their way to the top

🕔14:23, 20.Oct 2017

With the echo of barks and meows as its soundtrack, the South Windsor Animal Hospital gave back to the community with its annual Trim Claws for a Cause charity event. The event, which is in its sixth year, sought to

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Small Biz Expo has record-breaking numbers

Small Biz Expo has record-breaking numbers

🕔14:09, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi   Small Business Month is here and Windsor’s entrepreneurs celebrated at this year’s Small Biz Expo 2017. The expo had a record-breaking number of vendors this year with 75 small businesses participating. The Small Business Centre’s Executive

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BookFest takes on new opportunities by bringing in new local authors

BookFest takes on new opportunities by bringing in new local authors

🕔14:02, 20.Oct 2017

By Travis Conant Windsor’s 16th annual BookFest is bringing new opportunities to local authors. BookFest is a way to celebrate the work of Canadian authors’ in all forms of writing, whether it is poetry, non-fiction, horror or romance. “This BookFest

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Impact Star Wars has had on local comic book stores

Impact Star Wars has had on local comic book stores

🕔13:59, 20.Oct 2017

By Jordan Ferris Since the revitalization of the Star Wars movie saga in 2015, local comic book store owners have seen a trend increase in Star Wars related business. With Star Wars comics being released more consistently since Marvel acquired

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Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

🕔13:56, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is closing down for renovations until Oct. 30. According to The City of Windsor, Windsorites can expect a few changes to the tunnel when it reopens. Due to moisture, salt, exhaust and truck impact,

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Saints Gaming gives high-level feel

Saints Gaming gives high-level feel

🕔13:50, 20.Oct 2017

By Sanjay Maru Saints Gaming is one of Canada’s first varsity esports teams and they are making it extremely easy for the general public to join in on the fun. With an array of televisions and consoles, premier quality gaming

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Windsor app helps with wait times

Windsor app helps with wait times

🕔13:44, 20.Oct 2017

By Harshpal Singh   Sick? Find out the wait time before leaving your house. Clinic Seeker is an online platform and smartphone app that helps delivers real time info on wait times in emergency rooms, clinics and hospitals to Canadians.

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Local sports program includes everyone

Local sports program includes everyone

🕔13:43, 20.Oct 2017

By Amy Bao   Sport 4 All is one of the Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative programs which contains four neighbourhood renewal organizations working in urban areas across Windsor. It aims to create barrier-free opportunities for sports and physical activities to

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Ste. Anne’s steeple to rise next month

Ste. Anne’s steeple to rise next month

🕔13:34, 20.Oct 2017

By Joyce St. Antoine Ste. Anne’s Parish in Tecumseh will finally get their steeple up. On Nov. 6, 2017 the steeple will be lifted after ten years on the ground. According to Father Eugene Roy, in restoring the Church, the

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While national scouting shrinks, Windsor-Essex grows strong

While national scouting shrinks, Windsor-Essex grows strong

🕔13:30, 20.Oct 2017

By Ryan Percy Despite the drought nationwide of new youth into Scouts Canada, the Windsor-Essex area is doing well. Fears of the Scout Shop closing are creating fears about the future of scouting, even though the area saw a three

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What is with all the empty storefronts in Essex?

What is with all the empty storefronts in Essex?

🕔13:28, 20.Oct 2017

By Miranda Monahan The town of Essex used to have many thriving businesses. Now, it seems things have changed. When walking or driving through downtown Essex, it is not uncommon to see empty storefronts. Some of these buildings are boarded

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