Windsor Goodfellows reach goal

Windsor Goodfellows reach goal

🕔15:12, 8.Dec 2017

The Windsor Goodfellows’ newspaper drive has exceeded its fundraising goal for the 2017 season. The group had hoped to raise $275,000. As of Monday afternoon they had reached over $287,000. The annual newspaper drive was started in 1914 by two

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Art of glassblowing on display at open house

Art of glassblowing on display at open house

🕔14:52, 8.Dec 2017

The art of glassblowing is on display until tomorrow evening. Tsunami Glassworks is hosting an open house today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m at their location at 2440 Central Ave. During their 12 years in operation, their

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Parking meters upgraded in Windsor

Parking meters upgraded in Windsor

🕔14:48, 8.Dec 2017

The City of Windsor is introducing a Pay for Parking app for both street meters and city-run surface lots. Users can download the app through their smart phone and pay for parking by clicking a button. Signs on the meters

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Largest art show in Windsor celebrates Canada 150

Largest art show in Windsor celebrates Canada 150

🕔14:11, 8.Dec 2017

Local artists were going for the “wow” factor at the largest local art show in the region this fall. More than 200 paintings were on display at the Windsor Crossing outlet mall from Oct. 20 to Nov. 12 – all

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Holiday concert to “sleigh” Windsor’s hunger crisis

Holiday concert to “sleigh” Windsor’s hunger crisis

🕔13:59, 8.Dec 2017

A local band is using music to “sleigh” Windsor’s hunger problem that organizers say is a crisis. The concert later this month will be headlined by The S’Aints, which produces and performs Christmas albums through St. Clair College to support

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Bringing joy to all

Bringing joy to all

🕔13:36, 8.Dec 2017

By Ryan Percy Hundreds of Windsorites will find good meals waiting for them at the Downtown Mission this holiday season. Every day the Mission serves more than 700 meals to anyone who comes in looking for something warm to fill

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Billet families play huge part of Kingsville Kings

Billet families play huge part of Kingsville Kings

🕔13:24, 8.Dec 2017

By Cody Wall Of the 23 players on the Kingsville Kings roster, this season 19 of them live with a billet family. The Kingsville Kings sit in first place of the Greater Metro Hockey League standing, having lost only four

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WECSSAA Sr. Boys basketball opening game

WECSSAA Sr. Boys basketball opening game

🕔13:11, 8.Dec 2017

By Tate Harris Catholic Central High School defeated E.J Lajeunesse Secondary School 50- 31 in the opening game of the WECSSAA senior boys basketball season. Lajeunesse lead by two points going into the second half after Catholic Central struggled to capitalize on opportunities in the first half. Catholic Central coach, Paul Gebrael, said the team’s composure allowed them to keep the game close. “We are really working on this whole idea of

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This week in sports

🕔13:08, 8.Dec 2017

By: Jordan Ferris   MLS The 2017 MLS Cup final is being played on Dec. 9 at BMO Field in Toronto. Toronto received home field advantage for having the better regular season record. The game is a rematch of last

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Windsor featuring, Jagmeet Singh

Windsor featuring, Jagmeet Singh

🕔12:52, 8.Dec 2017

By Noah Gecelovsky The newly-elected leader of the New Democratic Party Jagmeet Singh visited his hometown of Windsor, Ont. on Dec. 1. Singh met with MPs Brian Masse and Tracey Ramsey and talked about both Windsor’s problems and potential. He

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Local online bakeshop aims to fill the gluten-free gap in Windsor

Local online bakeshop aims to fill the gluten-free gap in Windsor

🕔12:46, 8.Dec 2017

By Donna Ntumba After discovering she was gluten intolerant, Kaylee Lett says she has had difficulty finding options for homemade gluten-free products. That is when she and her mother, Sue Taranto, began baking from their home kitchen in LaSalle and

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The facade of fine dining

The facade of fine dining

🕔12:23, 8.Dec 2017

By David Lafreniere If the walls of the historic Low-Martin House in Walkerville could talk – the stories they would tell.  The walls’ whispers through the generations, have escaped the confines of this gentrified estate to breathe new life beyond

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Authentic Italian cuisine featured at new east-end bistro

Authentic Italian cuisine featured at new east-end bistro

🕔12:06, 8.Dec 2017

By Loren Mastracci When Ivana Perfetto tells people she just moved to Windsor from Rome, she says the reaction is always the same: astonishment. The 55-year-old Windsor native returned to her hometown with her family to fulfill her dream of

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A night of beer and yoga

A night of beer and yoga

🕔12:05, 8.Dec 2017

Local bars have been hosting quite the combination – beer drinking and yoga, attracting hundreds of young adults. The force behind it is Blue Pin Social Events, which is pitching the events for anyone with an “open mind and a

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Windsor homelessness at crisis level

Windsor homelessness at crisis level

🕔11:54, 8.Dec 2017

By: Noah Gecelovsky   Homelessness in Windsor is a rising problem that continues to go overlooked by many across the province.  The most recent example of neglect in dealing with the homeless situation comes from the provincial government denying Windsor’s application for the $200 million fund created to combat homelessness across Ontario.  According

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From books to movies

From books to movies

🕔11:37, 8.Dec 2017

By Kurlis Mati Stephen King once said, “Books and movies are like apples and oranges. They are both fruit but taste completely different.” With films such as 1910’s Frankenstein and 1925’s Greed, books have been adapted into films since the

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Health roundup

Health roundup

🕔11:36, 8.Dec 2017

By Torcia Velthuizen Holiday dinner warning Health Canada would like to remind everyone about poultry cooking safety. Poultry that is not cooked properly can lead to food poisoning by salmonella or campylobacter bacteria. Here are some tips outlined on the Health Canada website.

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The History of Bees by Maja Lunde

The History of Bees by Maja Lunde

🕔11:28, 8.Dec 2017

Review By Biblio Virgo   (This book was sent to me by Simon and Schuster Canada in return for an honest review.)   Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars   Publishing Company: Touchstone   Publishing Date: August 2017   Genre:

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Move over, Wonder Woman – the WonderBroads are here

Move over, Wonder Woman – the WonderBroads are here

🕔11:25, 8.Dec 2017

Windsor summers are marked by humid air, riverside concerts and dragon boat races on the Detroit River. Many teams compete every year at the International Dragon Boat Festival, but one of those teams is unlike the others. The WonderBroads is

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Tunnel traffic turmoil

Tunnel traffic turmoil

🕔11:21, 8.Dec 2017

By Grace Bauer Windsorites looking for quick and easy travel to Detroit will be faced with a speed bump over the coming months. The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is under construction, affecting not only individual drivers but also Windsor’s public transit system.

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