Life After 50 in Windsor promotes healthy lifestyle

Life After 50 in Windsor promotes healthy lifestyle

🕔14:35, 27.Nov 2017

  By March Ren To the people behind Life After Fifty, seniors are a valuable part of our community and should get the support they need. The community organization held its 10th annual information and active living health fair at

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announce engagement

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announce engagement

🕔14:15, 27.Nov 2017

By Elisabeth Remington Another royal is getting hitched. The first official photo of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry standing in The Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace shows a happy pair.  By choosing the setting for the announcement, Prince Harry shows

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Online security tips for Cyber Monday

Online security tips for Cyber Monday

🕔14:04, 27.Nov 2017

by Bernard de Vaal Shopping online lights up security concerns for many, keeping them from the convenience of cashing in on the biggest online shopping day of the year. With Black Friday’s doorbuster madness but a memory, its digital grandson,

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Accu-Staff job fair at WFCU Centre

Accu-Staff job fair at WFCU Centre

🕔13:53, 27.Nov 2017

Job fairs continue to be popular in Windsor, connecting employers, employees and job seekers. They also give new graduates a great chance to figure out their next steps. Accu-Staff, a local recruitment agency, recently held a job fair at the

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Sears abandons its charity partners

Sears abandons its charity partners

🕔13:49, 27.Nov 2017

It’s not only Sears employees and faithful customers who will miss the retail giant in Canada but also many charities who depended on it. Sears was a major supporter of community initiatives servicing thousands of Canadian youth over the decades,

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Sandwich roundabout opens

Sandwich roundabout opens

🕔13:36, 27.Nov 2017

By Todd Shearon The Detroit River isn’t the only thing flowing under the Ambassador Bridge: so is traffic. The long-awaited end to detours is finally over for commuters as the new Sandwich Street roundabout is now open. Originally, construction was

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Black Friday deals at Devonshire Mall the best yet

Black Friday deals at Devonshire Mall the best yet

🕔13:15, 27.Nov 2017

This Black Friday, customers to Windsor’s Devonshire Mall were welcomed with discounts from 25 to 75 per cent in most stores. Bright and early – at 7 a.m. – the mall kicked off its campaign, an answer to the larger

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Toronto Argonauts win 105th Grey Cup

Toronto Argonauts win 105th Grey Cup

🕔12:31, 27.Nov 2017

The Toronto Argonauts won the 105th Grey Cup 27-24 against the the Calgary Stampeders in a game for the ages Nov. 26. A fumble during a return at the 109-yard line allowed Cassius Vaughn to run for a touchdown in

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Ontario students lacked a voice in college strike: student reps

Ontario students lacked a voice in college strike: student reps

🕔11:50, 27.Nov 2017

by Bernard de Vaal Nov. 21 saw students return to class after a five-week strike, which student council representatives say left some 500,000 students with little to no voice. Temperaments were running high during the final weeks of the strike

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Winterfest parade swings for the fences with famous baseball grand marshall

Winterfest parade swings for the fences with famous baseball grand marshall

🕔11:11, 27.Nov 2017

Santa Claus is always the star of every Christmas parade, but this year there was another heavy hitter on deck. This year’s Winterfest Grand Marshall Ernie Whitt led a holiday parade down Ouellette Avenue as part of the DWBIA’s sixth

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The S’Aints singing for local food banks Dec. 22 at Caesars Windsor

The S’Aints singing for local food banks Dec. 22 at Caesars Windsor

🕔19:34, 24.Nov 2017

The local super group The S’Aints are at it again as it’s set to perform for a Christmas concert presented by St. Clair College and Caesars Windsor. The concert Dec. 22 at the Colosseum will feature Christmas songs from The

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Understanding the debate around the minimum wage

Understanding the debate around the minimum wage

🕔19:14, 24.Nov 2017

Ontario workers will see an increase in their minimum wage to $14 per hour starting Jan. 1. The move is part of legislation – the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act – that seeks to bring more job security to workers

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The Gift of the Magi to help recovering addicts in Windsor

The Gift of the Magi to help recovering addicts in Windsor

🕔18:55, 24.Nov 2017

The gift of love is at the centre of play being performed by the Upper Stage Theatre this holiday season. The Gift of the Magi, a play that was adapted for stage by Jon Jory, tells the story of Della

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Lighting the Way for loved ones at Devonshire Mall

Lighting the Way for loved ones at Devonshire Mall

🕔18:10, 24.Nov 2017

There’s at least one charity hoping Windsor shoppers will pause during the spending sprees to help others who are less fortunate. The Windsor-Essex branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association is kicking off its Light the Way campaign this week

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Windsor crews building massive holiday light display at Jackson Park

Windsor crews building massive holiday light display at Jackson Park

🕔18:02, 24.Nov 2017

Windsor citizens can look forward to $1.5-million worth of lights going up at Jackson Park. It’s a controversial legacy project that Mayor Drew Dilkens hopes will leave people wowed. The mayor scaled back the cost from $3-million after complaints from

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Making merry in Essex

Making merry in Essex

🕔18:00, 24.Nov 2017

During the festive season, people love to gather and socialize. Over the past eight years, the Essex Centre Business Improvement Association (BIA) has organized a gathering to make the experience better in that community. This year, it is partnering with

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Windsor police: lock it or lose it this holiday season

Windsor police: lock it or lose it this holiday season

🕔17:51, 24.Nov 2017

During the holiday season, people tend to shop a lot for friends, family and or themselves – much more than during any other time of the year. And thieves know it. The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police have endorsed

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Stop the car – the Windsor Goodfellows are back

Stop the car – the Windsor Goodfellows are back

🕔17:32, 24.Nov 2017

They wear green hats, brightly-coloured outfits and show up when the weather gets cold. No, they are not Santa’s Elves. They are the dedicated volunteers for the Windsor Goodfellows club. Throughout Windsor-Essex, hundreds of cold, cheerful faces dotted the intersections

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Sweeping Windsor’s streets for suspects in alleged beating

Sweeping Windsor’s streets for suspects in alleged beating

🕔17:15, 24.Nov 2017

Windsor Police are looking for two male suspects in connection with an October assault. They allegedly forced a third man onto the ground, and attacked him near Ouellette Avenue and Tuscarora Street around 2:20 a.m. on Oct. 19. The unidentified

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Local businesses celebrated at Biz X gala for picking Windsor…and staying

Local businesses celebrated at Biz X gala for picking Windsor…and staying

🕔14:06, 24.Nov 2017

There’s no place like home. That’s the theme from this year’s Biz X Awards, as it celebrates 20 years of giving out awards to celebrate Windsor businesses that take on retail giants in their own community. “It is so encouraging

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