Caesars Windsor wins top employer award

Caesars Windsor wins top employer award

🕔12:49, 15.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert The Tourism Industry Association of Ontario has named Caesars Windsor “Employer of the Year,” honouring their commitment to an employee-focused workplace. The awards recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to the tourism industry in Ontario. The

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Pipes leak at Windsor Regional Hospital, operating rooms unusable

Pipes leak at Windsor Regional Hospital, operating rooms unusable

🕔12:47, 15.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert When it gets cold, pipes freeze. When pipes freeze at the hospital, this can have serious consequences. Two operating rooms were taken out of commission Sunday morning at Windsor Regional Hospital when cooling coils in the air

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100 Kids Who Care teaches kids the art of giving

100 Kids Who Care teaches kids the art of giving

🕔07:28, 13.Jan 2018

It’s time for kids to take money out of their piggy banks and invest in a good cause. 100 Kids Who Care, a Windsor-based charity, is encouraging children to join the organization and give $10 from his or her savings.

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Check weather forecast before dumping stuff outdoors for donation

Check weather forecast before dumping stuff outdoors for donation

🕔07:13, 13.Jan 2018

Getting rid of old stuff by dropping it outside a charity in the snow is a bad idea, says one thrift store that’s now facing an added expense after someone did just that. The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

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The cat’s out of the bag!

The cat’s out of the bag!

🕔06:53, 13.Jan 2018

For so many people, animals make everything better, and one local cat rescue is banking on that to increase the chances of their furry friends finding forever homes. Moggy’s Mission has merged events like yoga with the “awww”someness of playful

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Amherstburg Admirals fall after 7 straight wins

Amherstburg Admirals fall after 7 straight wins

🕔06:43, 13.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert Fans of the Amherstburg Admirals were not nearly as happy on the weekend as they were before the new year. After finishing the 2017 calendar year with seven straight wins, the Admirals lost Sunday night 5-0 to

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Mother Nature is a fantastic artist

Mother Nature is a fantastic artist

🕔06:42, 13.Jan 2018

 These past few weeks have given visitors to Point Pelee National Park a unique glimpse of the artistic talent of Mother Nature. On the heels of a record breaking year for attendance, Point Pelee became a popular destination for

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Windsor’s elderly hit hardest by influenza this year

Windsor’s elderly hit hardest by influenza this year

🕔06:35, 13.Jan 2018

Windsor’s elderly have been targeted by this season’s severe influenza-A and -B outbreaks. There are “around 14 or 15” care homes in outbreak right now, according to Lora Piccinin, manager of infectious disease prevention for the Windsor Essex Health Unit.

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Campus Combat wrestling returns to UWindsor

Campus Combat wrestling returns to UWindsor

🕔14:25, 12.Jan 2018

Windsor’s long-running wrestling promotion made its annual return to the University of Windsor this week. Border City Wrestling hosted its fourth “Campus Combat” Wednesday as a part of the university’s Frosh Week. Organizers said wrestling events like these are about

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Provoking Change

Provoking Change

🕔14:23, 12.Jan 2018

By Julianna Bonnet While many educators and writers are against censoring books for adults, some believe there needs to be a certain level of discretion for children. Reasons for the banning books range from amounts of violence to racist comments.

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Plans in place for Gordie Howe Bridge bike path to downtown  – in Detorit

Plans in place for Gordie Howe Bridge bike path to downtown – in Detorit

🕔14:05, 12.Jan 2018

By David Lafreneire When the new Gordie Howe Bridge opens it will have bike and pedestrian lanes that will connect to downtown Detroit and existing bike infrastructure. “What we are doing is creating an enhanced connectivity network of trails which

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University downtown campus worth the wait

University downtown campus worth the wait

🕔13:02, 12.Jan 2018

By Zander Kelly Several hundred students at the School of Creative Arts at the University of Windsor now have a home in the former Windsor Armouries building.   The large-scale construction project was first estimated to be completed in 2014,

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Christmas tree farms a cut above the average

Christmas tree farms a cut above the average

🕔12:28, 12.Jan 2018

By Alyssa Leonard Many Canadian Christmas tree farmers are closing up shop — but for those who remain, profits are growing. According to Statistics Canada, the country has seen a 21 per cent decrease in the number of Christmas tree

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Blues infused soul rock

Blues infused soul rock

🕔12:27, 12.Jan 2018

By Alyssa Leonard Guitar strings, keyboard keys, drum beats, vocal cords. Music sheets, mixing sounds, play, rewind, record, repeat. This is just an average day for David Gerald as he works on his next album in his basement recording studio.

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Exercise to improve your Immune System

Exercise to improve your Immune System

🕔12:00, 12.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson Exercise is beneficial to people’s health and while scientists cannot say for certain, it appears to be good for the immune system. It is important for people to know 20 – 30 minutes of exercise is needed

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Providing awareness for impaired driving

Providing awareness for impaired driving

🕔11:56, 12.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson Never drive impaired and always plan ahead. Otherwise you are putting everyone else at risk. Impaired driving is a huge concern for police. While officers are always on the lookout, the public are encouraged to contact police

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Montessori in Windsor

Montessori in Windsor

🕔11:47, 12.Jan 2018

After more than 100 years, Montessori education remains popular with parents, including many in Windsor-Essex. Montessori education dates back to 1907, when Maria Montessori opened the Casa dei Bambini, or Children’s House, in a low-income district of Rome. Her unique

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Where humanity is lost, some are never found

Where humanity is lost, some are never found

🕔11:47, 12.Jan 2018

By Ryan Jones   Traffic.   Not the type a passerby will see zooming along the streets of New York City. Not the type where people will slam the heels of their hands against the steering wheel out of frustration

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Loot Boxes – Gambling?

Loot Boxes – Gambling?

🕔11:42, 12.Jan 2018

By Zander Kelly It was widely reported that gamers around the world felt outrage recently when Electronic Arts Games released the highly-anticipated game, Star Wars Battlefront ll (2016).   When players had started the game, they realized characters like Luke

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔11:29, 12.Jan 2018

By Jordan Ferris   Basketball The St. Clair College women’s basketball team have gone 3-1 in exhibition games since returning from the schools break. During the three wins the Saints outscored opponents 177- 153. Shannon Kennedy is leading the team

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