St. Clair students to lose “too much education” if there’s a strike

St. Clair students to lose “too much education” if there’s a strike

🕔07:39, 14.Oct 2017

St. Clair College students are feeling the effects of an impending strike. The union representing all 24 of Ontario’s public colleges has set Monday, Oct. 16 as the first day a full-scale strike could begin, and students are concerned. “I

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It is not a sprint, it is Detroit’s Free Press Chemical Bank Marathon

It is not a sprint, it is Detroit’s Free Press Chemical Bank Marathon

🕔07:20, 14.Oct 2017

It was started 40 years ago by Neal Shine, after a pleasant experience at Falmouth Road Race in Massachusetts. Being the managing director of the Detroit Free Press, he suggested the newspaper sponsor a similar event in Detroit. The participants

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Windsor police work on pharmacy protection plan

Windsor police work on pharmacy protection plan

🕔06:56, 14.Oct 2017

Windsor police have received more than $84,000 in grant money from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Service to keep pharmacists in Windsor safe from frequent robberies. There are 150 pharmacists across the region – 100 in Windsor. “The

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St. Clair College students dialing back to 1997 and touch tone phones

St. Clair College students dialing back to 1997 and touch tone phones

🕔06:29, 14.Oct 2017

In a blast from the past, students and the public gathered recently at St. Clair College for the unveiling of its 1997 time capsule, sealed up 20 years ago to the day. The artifacts revealed Oct. 11 included a red

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Beethoven’s Musical Beer Garden

Beethoven’s Musical Beer Garden

🕔14:21, 13.Oct 2017

  By Zander Kelly The Windsor Symphony Orchestra has teamed up with Craft Heads Brewery to create a night of beer and Beethoven. The first ever Beethoven’s Beer Garden will be held on Oct.18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Capitol

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Technological evolution

Technological evolution

🕔13:36, 13.Oct 2017

By John Perry-Goodson The evolution in technology makes it difficult for local retailers to sell older equipment to consumers. Electronics have evolved and became more advanced, from watching shows on a 24-inch black and white box TV, to watching movies

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Weekly sports roundup

Weekly sports roundup

🕔12:54, 13.Oct 2017

By Jordan Ferris Local Sports Holy Names student Jasmine Ly finished the two day OFSSA girls’ golf tournament with a silver medal. Ly entered the tournament shooting a first round 84. She followed that with a second round 73, leaving

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Vegan desserts at VegFest

Vegan desserts at VegFest

🕔12:36, 13.Oct 2017

By Kenneth Pastushyn   At VegFest, you can have your vegan cheesecake and eat it, too. You could also have vegan pecan pie, vegan cinnamon sugar donuts or vegan cupcakes from a few of the vendors who took part in

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Entertainment Roundup

Entertainment Roundup

🕔12:34, 13.Oct 2017

By Cade Ryan   Music:   Detroit rapper Eminem performed a freestyle during the BET awards on Oct.10 that targeted many on-going social issues. In the four minute rap, Eminem talked about the NFL protests and the problems he has

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High school football: Holy Names defeats Herman 39-23

High school football: Holy Names defeats Herman 39-23

🕔12:28, 13.Oct 2017

By Cade Ryan   The Holy Names Knights handed the Herman Green Griffins their first loss of the season last week at the University of Windsor.   Holy Names quarterback, Jake Heyden, threw four touchdown passes and his team was

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All eyes on entrepreneurship

All eyes on entrepreneurship

🕔12:24, 13.Oct 2017

By Ryan Jones Entrepreneurs are becoming the key curators of jobs in the city of Windsor. Windsor’s unemployment rate was sitting at 5.6 per cent in September 2016. According to Statistics Canada, this has climbed to 5.8 per cent since

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The livelihood of raising livestock

The livelihood of raising livestock

🕔12:10, 13.Oct 2017

By Kylie Turner A local farm will not have cattle anymore because of the labour involved, but most of Ontario’s dairy and swine farmers are getting out of the business. Jennifer Howson, 21, with Howson Family Farms, said they will

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A unique natural phenomena

A unique natural phenomena

🕔12:08, 13.Oct 2017

By Alyssa Leonard A few weeks each spring and fall, people come from all over the world to see the monarch butterfly pass through Point Pelee National Park during its annual migration. The monarch migration across North America is a

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Love Her Wild by Atticus

Love Her Wild by Atticus

🕔11:56, 13.Oct 2017

5 out of 5 stars (sent by Simon and Schuster Canada) ____________ Gives ‘Milk and Honey’ a run for its money. ~ BV ____________ When I received this book of poetry from Simon and Schuster Canada, it wasn’t because I

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Keeping afloat

Keeping afloat

🕔11:51, 13.Oct 2017

By Julianna Bonnett Independent book stores in the Windsor area are holding their own when it comes to competition from big book chains. With only a few independent bookstores in the Windsor area, including Biblioasis, Juniper, Storytellers Book Store, PB Books and more, it is a wonder how local book stores are

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D.O.A rocks Windsor

D.O.A rocks Windsor

🕔11:50, 13.Oct 2017

  By: Joe Gibel Canadian punk-rock group D.O.A made their return to Windsor. The three-piece of hardcore pioneers show no sign of slowing down, even as they near their 40th year of touring. Joe Keithley and the boys packed The

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Saint’s eSports Debut

Saint’s eSports Debut

🕔11:48, 13.Oct 2017

By Dacotah Erwin On Oct. 6-8, members of the St. Clair Saint’s Gaming team travelled to Cobo Centre in Detroit to make their long awaited debut. The Big House is a yearly tournament that was founded in Ann Arbour, Mich,

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Lacasse Park fire causes over $400,000 in damages

Lacasse Park fire causes over $400,000 in damages

🕔11:36, 13.Oct 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney Police say a young person has been charged with arson for last week’s fire at Lacasse Park. On Oct. 10 just before 6 p.m. the playground equipment at Lacasse Park in Tecumseh was set ablaze and the

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Windsor Chrysler shutdown for airbags

Windsor Chrysler shutdown for airbags

🕔11:26, 13.Oct 2017

By Dacotah Erwin Roughly 6000 workers at the Windsor Fiat Chrysler Assembly plant are laid off for the month of October while the factory prepares for changes to the air bags required by the United States. U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle

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Gravelle keeping stride after FISU Games

Gravelle keeping stride after FISU Games

🕔11:19, 13.Oct 2017

By Kyle Rose The University of Windsor head volleyball coach had an eventful summer as he participated in the 2017 Summer Universiade. The Universiade is an international multi-sport event, organized for university athletes by the International University Sports Federation. They

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