Police warn about ‘romance scammers’

Police warn about ‘romance scammers’

🕔14:04, 15.Dec 2017

After a recent slew of financial scams in Windsor, local police are asking people to stay vigilant for a new kind of fraud. They released information about a local woman who was swindled out of $1,900 in what police are calling

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YMCA makes sure seniors are not left behind

YMCA makes sure seniors are not left behind

🕔13:58, 15.Dec 2017

By Cody Wall Immigrants from around the world are learning English and social skills thanks to the help of the YMCA and their language skills teacher. There are currently 14 students attending a language skills class at the YMCA; all

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No helping hands turned away at food bank

No helping hands turned away at food bank

🕔13:56, 15.Dec 2017

By Alex Scott The food bank at the Unemployed Help Centre assists in giving people who have disabilities the experience of having a job they otherwise may not be able to get. People with disabilities from various organizations like Roots

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Dogs are at service

Dogs are at service

🕔13:07, 15.Dec 2017

  By Cassidy McNea   Canadians are using dogs to assist them with mental and physical disabilities.   These animals are used by people who have disabilities such as seizures, visual impairment, hearing impairment, autism and mental illnesses. According to

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Community Garden donates to women’s shelter

Community Garden donates to women’s shelter

🕔12:32, 13.Dec 2017

By Kacie Cooper For many people in Windsor, a community garden is more than just growing fruits and vegetables. It is also about sustainability and permaculture. Rita Haase and Tanya Basok are two leading members of the Campus Community Garden

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Bright Lights Windsor extends hours

Bright Lights Windsor extends hours

🕔18:54, 12.Dec 2017

By Simar Kaur Glowing reviews for Bright Lights Windsor has led to a change in operating hours. The $1.5 million light set up was a massive hit amongst Windsor area residents. Thousands of people have already visited Jackson Park to

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Willistead Manor is sparkling

Willistead Manor is sparkling

🕔18:50, 12.Dec 2017

by Dawn Gray Crowds of all ages are filling the hallways of Willistead Manor to see the unique mansion adorned in holiday trimming. The annual Willistead Manor Holiday Tours take place every Sunday in December in Olde Walkerville. During this

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Shoebox collection for remote reservations

Shoebox collection for remote reservations

🕔18:47, 12.Dec 2017

By Shirley Feng All Saints’ Anglican Church in Windsor is organizing a shoe box campaign for remote, First Nations people in northern Canada, in Kashechewan and Attiwapiskat. The shoe box champion is organized by I Love First Peoples. The main

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Integrated bike network not in the cards yet

Integrated bike network not in the cards yet

🕔18:45, 12.Dec 2017

Whether you prefer riding with the breeze in your hair on the Riverside Drive waterfront trail or just love the sound of leaves rustling while pedaling on the Ganatchio Trail, Windsor’s leisure bike routes are a feast for bike lovers.

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2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

🕔18:39, 12.Dec 2017

By Elle Remington Windsor has been awarded the 2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games. The city will spend $580,000 to host the Games but the income generated by tourists visiting Windsor could be between $5 and $10 million. “We’re thrilled to be

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GECDSB signs new Indigenous protocol

GECDSB signs new Indigenous protocol

🕔17:12, 12.Dec 2017

By Todd Shearon The GECDSB signed a new protocol agreement Dec. 11 to implement Indigenous culture in their curriculum. In an effort to protect and enhance Indigenous culture in public schools, the agreement states the GECDSB will hire more Indigenous

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Health care legislation passes

Health care legislation passes

🕔16:28, 12.Dec 2017

By Elle Remington Ontario is leading the way with new legislation in health care. The Strengthening Quality and Accountability for Patients Act, 2017 puts the care of patients and families first. The intention is that the public will now receive

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Provincial cannabis legislation passes

Provincial cannabis legislation passes

🕔15:51, 12.Dec 2017

By Millar Hill Pot smokers will soon be lighting up province wide. New legislation, which passed today is designed to ensure a safe transition toward the legalization of recreational cannabis. The law will come into effect by the July 2018

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Christmas Gift Show supports local businesses

Christmas Gift Show supports local businesses

🕔15:39, 12.Dec 2017

It was chilly as the first snow of the year fell, but at the WFCU Centre it was cozy and happy on Dec. 9. The First Annual CC’s Christmas Gift show provided a wide variety of Christmas gifts options with

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Adopt a family in Windsor this holiday season

Adopt a family in Windsor this holiday season

🕔23:17, 11.Dec 2017

  by Dawn Gray Almost 900 Windsor families will be receiving some extra help this holiday season through a program at the Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society. The Holiday Program allows individuals, organizations and businesses to adopt families during the season

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Game changing grant for child care centres in Ontario

Game changing grant for child care centres in Ontario

🕔23:12, 11.Dec 2017

By Bernard De Vaal Ontario wants to close the gender wage gap by getting mothers with young children back into the workforce. A persistent problem around making this happen is setting these parents up with quality and affordable day care

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Bright Lights Windsor shines

Bright Lights Windsor shines

🕔14:07, 11.Dec 2017

By Todd Shearon The holiday season got a little brighter this weekend for Windsor residents. The much anticipated Bright Lights Windsor opened at Jackson Park with an inaugural tree lighting ceremony on Friday night. Mayor Drew Dilkens was excited to

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No complete winter season forecast: meteorologist

No complete winter season forecast: meteorologist

🕔14:04, 11.Dec 2017

One would like to think that with current technology we’d at least be able to forecast what the weather will look like a month in advance. That however, is not the case. Peter Kimbell, meteorologist with Environment Canada warns that

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Swimming with Santa at Adventure Bay

Swimming with Santa at Adventure Bay

🕔14:03, 11.Dec 2017

By Prabsimar Kaur Santa Claus traded in his boots and suspenders for swimming trunks at Adventure Bay this past weekend. The Windsor waterpark hosted its fourth annual Swim with Santa, sponsored by Blackburn Radio and Snapd Windsor. The event had

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Spreading holiday joy for Windsor seniors

Spreading holiday joy for Windsor seniors

🕔13:14, 11.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert A self-proclaimed “ribbon master” gleefully made elegant bows. One participant added socks, gloves and a scarf to a basket while another cut cellophane to wrap around it. Another participant’s job was to move the completed baskets from

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