Alleged sexual assault in Windsor

Alleged sexual assault in Windsor

🕔15:51, 19.Jan 2018

A Windsor man has been charged with sexual assault. A woman in her 40s, whose name has not been revealed, said she was touched inappropriately by a male massage therapist. According to a report from the Windsor Police Service, a

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Canada-wide warrant issued for Windsor man

Canada-wide warrant issued for Windsor man

🕔15:48, 19.Jan 2018

The Windsor Police and the Provincial Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement Squad are asking for help from Windsorites. A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a man named Tristan Henderson-Tymczak, who is serving a sentence for weapons offences, including robbery with

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More jobs for Windsor manufacturer

More jobs for Windsor manufacturer

🕔15:47, 19.Jan 2018

A Windsor automotive trim manufacturer can expect to add 60 new jobs. Lakeside Plastics Ltd. has a federal grant to thank for the expected job creation. Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep Bains said a $1-million grant will

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Police warn about rental scam

Police warn about rental scam

🕔15:46, 19.Jan 2018

The Windsor Police Service is asking residents to be vigilant about yet another scam active in the community. This kind of scam is called rental scam, and the police have received several complaints about it. Rental scam is when the

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University of Windsor Job Fair  

University of Windsor Job Fair  

🕔15:45, 19.Jan 2018

The University of Windsor and St. Clair College are partnering up for their 19th annual job fair for students and graduates.  The job fair is an opportunity for students to consult in-person with representatives and industry professionals from local, national, and international companies with real job openings.  The admission is

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Windsor’s new budget plan

Windsor’s new budget plan

🕔15:44, 19.Jan 2018

A new capital plan for 2018 has been approved by Windsor city council. The plan allocates $664 million for capital spending in a six-year capital plan. This plan has been extended by a year, since the capital plan used to

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Police hope ‘Coffee with a cop’ is a success with public

Police hope ‘Coffee with a cop’ is a success with public

🕔15:43, 19.Jan 2018

Windsor police crowded a coffee shop on Thursday afternoon, but it had a casual atmosphere. Windsor police and Downtown BIA held Coffee with a Cop, an opportunity for the public to discuss their concern with the police. Coffee with a

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Participants paint for a purpose

Participants paint for a purpose

🕔15:09, 19.Jan 2018

There is a painting class in a small room in the Community Living Essex County building that is different from many other similar classes. Artist Brianne Taggart is donating all the money from the classes to people with disabilities in

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Young filmmakers compete at the Canada & Ontario short film competition

Young filmmakers compete at the Canada & Ontario short film competition

🕔14:47, 19.Jan 2018

Young filmmakers will be competing for $5,000 cash prizes at Celebrating Canada and Ontario Film Competition tonight. The competition is organized by Film Camp for Youth and Kids and Windsor Centre for Film, Digital Media & the Creative Arts. Films

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Windsor Essex Through The Lens

Windsor Essex Through The Lens

🕔14:19, 19.Jan 2018 Page by: Carl Harris, Noah Gecelovsky, Julianna Bonnett Scenery Sports Local Bands Street Scene Events Around The Mediaplex Photographed by Kevin Blondin- Moon Hooch Robbie Burns Night (Photos by: Ryan Percy) The Women's March (Windsor, Ont.) Arkells in Detroit- Photos Read Full Article
Innovation minister hosts Liberal meet and greet in Windsor

Innovation minister hosts Liberal meet and greet in Windsor

🕔14:18, 19.Jan 2018

It has been a long time since a Liberal presence was seen in Windsor — that is until this past Tuesday. Navdeep Bains, federal minister of innovation, science and development, made an appearance at the Fogolar Furlan club to meet

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Point Pelee attendance up in 2017

Point Pelee attendance up in 2017

🕔20:43, 18.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert With free admission in 2017, all national parks in Canada saw huge increases in attendance. Point Pelee in Essex Ont. saw a 75 per cent increase. More than 16,000 people visited the park on Canada Day weekend

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See the future: Psychic Expo in Windsor

See the future: Psychic Expo in Windsor

🕔10:57, 16.Jan 2018

By March Ren For people looking for a map of their future, wanting to look back in their past, or just wanting to have fun in the present, last weekend’s psychic expo was a good place to go. The 30th

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Brentwood lottery announces winners

Brentwood lottery announces winners

🕔10:28, 16.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert More than $600,000 in prizes was up for grabs as part of the Brentwood Lottery program. In its 26th year, the lottery supports Brentwood Recovery Home, an addiction treatment and support centre in Windsor. Three brand new

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Grab a winter bite in Windsor this week

Grab a winter bite in Windsor this week

🕔23:54, 15.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert Ten years running, Winter Bites restaurant week is back. This week-long culinary event encourages Windsorites to try a new restaurant, thanks to special menu offerings. Most of the three-course menus start at just $17. Twenty different local

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NAIAS opens to public this weekend

NAIAS opens to public this weekend

🕔23:53, 15.Jan 2018

By Prabhsimar Kaur It’s January and that traditionally means it’s also time for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. NAIAS is an annual automobile show, now in its twelfth year, taking place at the Cobo Center in Detroit,

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Local Tim Hortons not at fault, it’s big corporations: NDP

Local Tim Hortons not at fault, it’s big corporations: NDP

🕔21:43, 15.Jan 2018

 NDP believe franchisees are being directed by the parent company, which it denies. A student group is calling out big corporations that they believe are using loopholes in labour laws to offset profit losses as a result of the minimum

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One year anniversary of Windsor’s language exchange

One year anniversary of Windsor’s language exchange

🕔20:38, 15.Jan 2018

Every Thursday night, there’s a busy crowd of diverse people speaking different languages in a downtown Windsor bar. It is a language exchange club, and last week, it held its one-year anniversary with people from 22 different countries. “We have

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Culling the deer at Point Pelee –  it’s time to thin the herd

Culling the deer at Point Pelee – it’s time to thin the herd

🕔14:12, 15.Jan 2018

  Sighting a deer at a national park is always a thrill, but often times, impossible. As elusive as they are, Point Pelee National Park, in reality, is over-populated with deer. “At our most recent count which happened in this

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Hawaii Missile alert caused by human error

Hawaii Missile alert caused by human error

🕔12:54, 15.Jan 2018

Prabhsimar Kaur An emergency alert was sent out on Saturday which created a state of panic across the state. The warning, stated, “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”  Officials later confirmed through

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