Children’s Aid Society asking for cash

Children’s Aid Society asking for cash

🕔15:25, 17.Dec 2017

Some Windsor families may not wake up Christmas morning to a tinsel-covered tree and presents, and the Children’s Aid Society wants to avoid that. The CAS wants no child to be left behind this holiday season. It has asked the

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City Planner: Windsor’s heritage in state of neglect

City Planner: Windsor’s heritage in state of neglect

🕔16:31, 15.Dec 2017

By Kacie Cooper The City of Windsor is rich with history and culture, especially in its old buildings, but unfortunately they are becoming more and more neglected, according to the Heritage Planner with The City of Windsor. John Calhoun said

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Holiday shopping is changing in Windsor

Holiday shopping is changing in Windsor

🕔16:19, 15.Dec 2017

Christmas is all about shopping – in stores and, increasingly, online. With the cold weather conditions, consumers are able to stay at home and click away on their electronic devices. But some local retailers say many people still prefer to

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Lanspeary Park Greenhouse in need of repairs

Lanspeary Park Greenhouse in need of repairs

🕔16:07, 15.Dec 2017

By Travis Conant The Lanspeary Park Greenhouse will either move to Jackson Park or see renovations once city council approves a plan from the park recreation department. The greenhouse was originally located at Willistead Manor in 1929 and moved to

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Town of Amherstburg making way with preparation plans

Town of Amherstburg making way with preparation plans

🕔15:58, 15.Dec 2017

    The Town of Amherstburg is beginning to make progress with provincial government to receive equal funding for their nuclear emergency response plan regarding Enrico Fermi Nuclear Generating Station.   Taras Natyshak, the MPP for the Windsor-Essex area, accompanied

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Future for cycling infrastructure in discussion

Future for cycling infrastructure in discussion

🕔15:58, 15.Dec 2017

By Kristian Beaudoin   The Ontario Government is giving $1.7 million to Windsor for cycling infrastructure, but Windsorites have yet to see what changes will be made. This money is for the purpose of developing easier access for bicycle transportation.

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Graffiti suspect caught on Windsor Star surveillance

Graffiti suspect caught on Windsor Star surveillance

🕔15:48, 15.Dec 2017

Local mosque member Lina Chaker hopes the person responsible for the hate graffiti spread across Windsor will face serious consequences. Windsor Police is looking for a suspect who spray painted hate graffiti across Windsor on Dec 13. It was reported

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Red, white and red

Red, white and red

🕔15:38, 15.Dec 2017

By Joyce St. Antoine Travelling the streets of Windsor, the Canada house is hard to miss. The Canada house is known for being decorated entirely in Canadian memorabilia, from the Inukshuk outside to the Canadian floor tiles on the inside.

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Local band performs to fund local charities

Local band performs to fund local charities

🕔15:23, 15.Dec 2017

A local band will be performing at Caesars Windsor later this month to raise money for local charities. In collaboration with local charities and food banks, St. Clair College and Caesars Windsor are teaming up with The S’aints for a concert

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Sutherland gives back to the community

Sutherland gives back to the community

🕔15:21, 15.Dec 2017

By Precious Alasa Sutherland Global Services is giving back to the community by partnering with organizations including the Downtown Mission, United Way and the Mickey Renaud Memorial Scholarship Fund. Sutherland Global Services opened in 1986 and had a branch in

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West-end man charged for drug-trafficking

West-end man charged for drug-trafficking

🕔15:18, 15.Dec 2017

A Windsor man is in custody for alleged drug trafficking, according to police. The suspect was located at 8:15 p.m. on Monday and was placed under arrest without incident. Police said they were granted “judicial authorization” to search the man’s

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Writing to raise awareness

Writing to raise awareness

🕔15:16, 15.Dec 2017

By Lauren O’Brien Two Windsor women are using creative writing to overcome their personal struggles and raise awareness. On Nov. 18, Alysza Ripley, 20, was diagnosed with Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures (PNES) which Ripley and her doctor call spells. PNES resembles

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The Francois Baby House

The Francois Baby House

🕔15:12, 15.Dec 2017

By Miranda Monahan The Francis Baby House is a Canadian national historic site some Windsorites may not know about. Considered part of Museum Windsor along with the Chimczuk Museum, the Baby House was built in 1812 by Francois Baby, and

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New UWindsor app teaches outside the classroom

New UWindsor app teaches outside the classroom

🕔15:12, 15.Dec 2017

The University of Windsor is making it easier for students to succeed. The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has just launched an app for its students. The faculty includes 13 academic departments and is the university’s largest. The

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Hormonal disorder study brings women together from all across Canada

Hormonal disorder study brings women together from all across Canada

🕔15:03, 15.Dec 2017

By Nicole Neuts A University of Windsor professor is conducting an all-female research study about an often misdiagnosed hormonal disorder. Dr. Kendall Soucie, 35, is a psychology professor at the University of Windsor. She started a research study about polycystic

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Local entrepreneur starts young

Local entrepreneur starts young

🕔15:00, 15.Dec 2017

A local entrepreneur is continuing to use the skills he learned in his teens to find success in the night-life business. Andrew Corbett, 28, started a company called Corbett Productions at the age of 14. Corbett had an interest in music and entertaining people inspiring him to become

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Rehabilitation services and therapy approaches to heal mental illness.

Rehabilitation services and therapy approaches to heal mental illness.

🕔14:23, 15.Dec 2017

By Tamas Miko Windsor’s Mental Health Connections offers a variety of services for recovery for low-income population and youth. Mental Health Connections was established in 2004 and the agency has been helping thousands of clients recover from their mental illness

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Keeping you and your pets safe this holiday season

Keeping you and your pets safe this holiday season

🕔14:10, 15.Dec 2017

By Ryan Percy To keep the joy of the holiday season from turning to disaster, there is nothing more important than safety preparedness for your family and pets. The holiday season is supposed to be filled with joy and happiness,

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New parking app provides new alternative for payment

New parking app provides new alternative for payment

🕔14:08, 15.Dec 2017

By: Hunter Kirsch A new parking app will soon be available allowing Windsorites to pay for parking using their smartphones. Passport Canada founded by Passport Inc. is a mobile app that allows users to pay for municipal and private parking.

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Cineplex holds first Star Wars fan event

Cineplex holds first Star Wars fan event

🕔14:04, 15.Dec 2017

By: Jordan Ferris Dec. 15th, 2017 The first-ever Star Wars fan event at Cineplex Odeon Devonshire Mall has many Windsor fans excited for the opening weekend. Star Wars: The Last Jedi was officially released on Dec. 15 but fans were

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