Flame continues to grow for one Essex specialty candle shop

Flame continues to grow for one Essex specialty candle shop

🕔14:49, 22.Dec 2017

Nestled away in a suburban strip mall in the heart of Essex, is a little treasure that is gaining recognition nationwide. Crafty Candles is a locally-owned factory-direct candle store, offering richly scented, lead-free and hand-crafted candles. But they are more

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Limited working hours during holidays for services by City of Windsor

Limited working hours during holidays for services by City of Windsor

🕔14:38, 22.Dec 2017

City services slow down over the holidays with some services offering reduced hours and others closed completely. The 311 call center and city offices will be closed on Dec. 25 and 26 and also Jan. 1. The centre has reduced

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Downtown Windsor turkey giveaway attracts longest line in 12 years

Downtown Windsor turkey giveaway attracts longest line in 12 years

🕔14:31, 22.Dec 2017

Plenty of thanks and plenty of giving. That was the common thread at the annual turkey giveaway held on the corner of Ouellette and University Avenue. Local businessman Joe Mikhail continued his 12-year-long tradition Dec. 22 of giving away free

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Windsor Comedy Festival ushers in the new year

Windsor Comedy Festival ushers in the new year

🕔14:14, 22.Dec 2017

 The Windsor Comedy Festival is back with its fifth edition to celebrate laughing together. The Festival was the first of its kind in the city and joins the growing roster of festivals hosted in Windsor-Essex County. This year’s edition

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Wine to be added to annual Christmas pub crawl

Wine to be added to annual Christmas pub crawl

🕔13:59, 22.Dec 2017

Looking for a way to get together with all of your friends on the holidays? Look no further. The Downtown Flight Club is a partnership between Craftheads, Phog Lounge, SnackBar-B-Q, Villains Beastro and The Windsor Beer Exchange. The group is

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Free skates available for skating at Charles Clark Square

Free skates available for skating at Charles Clark Square

🕔13:52, 22.Dec 2017

Charles Clark Square is officially open to the public for free skating and All Saints Church is providing skates to those who need to borrow them – free of charge. People have been donating skates to the church for the past five years.  

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Downtown Windsor decked out for the holidays

Downtown Windsor decked out for the holidays

🕔13:50, 22.Dec 2017

Downtown restaurants are not just offering discounts and offers to the customers, but they’re trying to be part of the holiday celebration too. With the shops lit up, they are hoping to light up the lives of people with their

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Music could be the gift that keeps giving

Music could be the gift that keeps giving

🕔12:21, 22.Dec 2017

As the exhausted masses trudge aimlessly from big box store to boutiques, armed with debit and credit cards, they often have only a faint notion of what to get friends and family. One Windsor music store is suggesting an alternative

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Scavenger Hunt at Chimczuk Museum

Scavenger Hunt at Chimczuk Museum

🕔12:15, 22.Dec 2017

The Chimczuk Museum is offering family-friendly activities during December, including over the Christmas break. Staff hope it will be an opportunity for parents to teach their children about the history of Windsor. “We have some winter theme events happening throughout

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‘When you donate, somebody works’

‘When you donate, somebody works’

🕔12:21, 21.Dec 2017

By: Abdulraheem Alhusami Goodwill Industries is opening a new store in Windsor and offering around 60 jobs. Goodwill Industries in Essex Kent Lambton is the oldest Goodwill in Canada. They opened in 1933 in Sarnia expanding to Chatham in 2003

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Windsor’s ‘The Truth’ tops TKO

Windsor’s ‘The Truth’ tops TKO

🕔14:07, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert On the biggest stage in his career to date, T.J. Laramie won a five-round unanimous decision fight against undefeated Charles Jourdain on Dec. 15. Laramie is now the world champion in the 145-pound featherweight division of the

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Power outage at Atlanta airport grounds flights

Power outage at Atlanta airport grounds flights

🕔12:23, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert Hundreds of flights were grounded and thousands of passengers were stuck in limbo on one of the busiest travel weeks of the year when the power went out at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Shortly after 1 p.m.

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New accessible change room open at Windsor rec complex

New accessible change room open at Windsor rec complex

🕔11:59, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert An extensive addition to the Gino and Liz Marcus Recreation Complex has been completed by TCI Titan and the City of Windsor. The $1.1 million accessible and family change room expansion opened Dec. 15. The addition adds

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E. coli outbreak connected to Ontario

E. coli outbreak connected to Ontario

🕔11:55, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert A total of 30 cases of E. coli 0157 are being investigated, including six cases in Ontario. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, the outbreak is linked to romaine lettuce and covers five provinces outside

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Bridge CEO resigns, new CEO named

Bridge CEO resigns, new CEO named

🕔11:53, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert The chief executive officer of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority has resigned and an interim CEO was appointed just days later. The original CEO resigned, effective Dec. 8. According to a news release from the WDBA, Michael Cautillo

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Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

🕔16:35, 17.Dec 2017

Windsor has won the bid to host the Can-Am Police Fire Games in 2022. “We’re thrilled to be setting another signature event for our city and region, this event will bring hundreds of adults and families to experience all that

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Windsor housing market on the rise

Windsor housing market on the rise

🕔16:19, 17.Dec 2017

RE/MAX is predicting that Windsor will lead the country’s housing market in 2018. The report predicts a jump in housing prices with the average home sale price next year is expected to be $286,999, compared to 2014 when the price

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Windsor Goodfellows’ most successful year yet, expect to feed many

Windsor Goodfellows’ most successful year yet, expect to feed many

🕔15:56, 17.Dec 2017

If the Windsor Goodfellows Club had its way, no one would be forced to go without food in this city again. On the heels of their most successful fundraising year in history, the Club has raised more than $287,000. That

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Mayor Dilkens wants to reduce debt with new budget

Mayor Dilkens wants to reduce debt with new budget

🕔15:34, 17.Dec 2017

Mayor Drew Dilkens is looking to reduce Windsor’s debt by $27 million by 2021. The 2018 operating and capital budget has been released, and it proposes a 2.6 per cent increase in property tax to help pay off the city’s

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Islam-related graffiti is back in Windsor

Islam-related graffiti is back in Windsor

🕔15:32, 17.Dec 2017

Islam-related graffiti has resurfaced around Windsor.  Local media outlets have been affected, with the Windsor Star, CBC and CTV offices being vandalized. Bus shelters along Ouellette Avenue have also been defaced with offensive language. The graffiti was done with red

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