Spitfires Festival

Spitfires Festival

🕔11:38, 23.Feb 2018

By Kurlis Mati Many loyal fans enjoyed a fun afternoon of activities and autograph signing, at the annual Spitfires Festival.   On Feb. 17, Spitfires’ fans with season tickets were able to meet their favourite players and enjoy activities such

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Battle RoyElle celebrates free speech

Battle RoyElle celebrates free speech

🕔11:36, 23.Feb 2018

By Justin Crouch Students at University of Windsor in the Free Speech Association group held an event called  “Battle RoyElle: A Discussion on Feminism” at the Vanier Hall campus. Taking place Feb 16, Friday, the event was managed by group

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Patrick Brown to appear in Windsor today

Patrick Brown to appear in Windsor today

🕔11:33, 23.Feb 2018

The former leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario will be making an appearance in Windsor today. Brown will assist with the opening of Mohammed Latif’s campaign office. Latif will be running in Windsor-Tecumseh as a Conservative candidate. Patrick

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Study abroad tour

Study abroad tour

🕔11:30, 23.Feb 2018

The study abroad tour, sponsored by KOM, took place at St. Clair College this past week in the Student Life Centre and The Hanger. KOM Consultants are the official Canadian information and application centre for University Transfer Options throughout Ireland,

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Bluesfest Windsor line up takes a left and has one more surprise

Bluesfest Windsor line up takes a left and has one more surprise

🕔08:37, 23.Feb 2018

By Lori Baldassi There may still be snow on the ground, but Bluesfest Windsor is already in summer concert mode. They announced its 2018 lineup and promised one more surprise announcement to come — the headliner will be announced in

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YQG Synergy

YQG Synergy

🕔15:03, 21.Feb 2018 YQG Synergy with Laurie Harrison The positively local podcast that promotes through participation. Learn what it’s like to volunteer, shop and participate with local small businesses, events and charities. Ep 1 - What YQG Synergy is all about agent = Read Full Article
Rain, rain go away

Rain, rain go away

🕔11:25, 21.Feb 2018

By: Julianna Bonnett A weather advisory for Windsor-Essex has issued a special statement this Monday, predicting rainfall for the next few days due to a warm front moving through the region. Environment Canada noted that some of the rainfall might

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Police report

Police report

🕔11:24, 21.Feb 2018

By Julianna Bonnett Windsor Police have charged and arrested a 20-year-old man from Waterloo in connection with the murder of 16-year-old Chance Gauthier, who was shot this past Valentine’s day. According to the Windsor Star, Mal Chol, 20, of Waterloo,

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Little stands in the way of a sled dog and its love of running

Little stands in the way of a sled dog and its love of running

🕔16:01, 18.Feb 2018

It’s so Canadian — heading into the snow, hooking up a team of dogs and yelling MUSH. No snow … no problem, no experience … no problem. From late September to early May, there is little that will keep a

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Senior winter games brings out the timeless spirit of competitors

Senior winter games brings out the timeless spirit of competitors

🕔15:53, 18.Feb 2018

By Jillian Toman The residents of Schlegel’s The Village at St. Clair set out to prove competition is part of a timeless spirit. Four local residents of the long-term care facility will go on to compete in the 2018 Schlegel

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More than 10 people lost lives from the flu in Windsor this year

More than 10 people lost lives from the flu in Windsor this year

🕔15:35, 18.Feb 2018

The Windsor health unit reports an estimated of 10 people lost their lives from the flu this year. Lora Piccinin, manager of infectious disease prevention at the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, said all 10 deaths have been linked to outbreaks

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Community plunges in icy water to raise funds for Special Olympics

Community plunges in icy water to raise funds for Special Olympics

🕔15:27, 18.Feb 2018

The Windsor-Essex Polar Plunge is being held at St. Clair College’s main campus in cooperation with Windsor Police and the Windsor-Essex Torch-Run to raise funds for Special Olympics. According to Windsor Polar Plunge’s website, they have a goal of raising

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Windsor preparing for possible surface flooding

Windsor preparing for possible surface flooding

🕔15:13, 18.Feb 2018

By Bernard DeVaal The rising temperatures and forecast rain could test the city’s storm sewers yet again. On many residential roads, catch basins are blocked by mounds of snow left behind by plowing, especially around parked cars. “Sometimes people wouldn’t,

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Trudeau’s tweets are problematic, says criminal defense lawyer

Trudeau’s tweets are problematic, says criminal defense lawyer

🕔14:51, 18.Feb 2018

Reactions to the not-guilty verdict of Gerald Stanley, who was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Colten Boushie, are still running rampant throughout the country. Boushie was shot in the head in August 2016 while sitting in

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Windsor’s Chinese Community comes together to celebrate the Lunar Spring Festival

Windsor’s Chinese Community comes together to celebrate the Lunar Spring Festival

🕔13:45, 18.Feb 2018

A lunar Spring Festival gala will be held at the Windsor Chinese Alliance Church this Sunday, Feb. 18. The gala is divided into two parts: dinner and performance. This party will invite Chinese from Canada to share dinner together and

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UPDATE: Windsor’s Moose Lodge doors reopen

UPDATE: Windsor’s Moose Lodge doors reopen

🕔10:25, 17.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill The doors of Moose Lodge 1499 are open for business once again. A “Notice of Termination of Tenancy” was posted on the door by an Ontario bailiff earlier in the month. Moose Lodge’s administrator Dan Baston reassured

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Life in the time of opioid addiction in Windsor, Ont.

Life in the time of opioid addiction in Windsor, Ont.

🕔07:23, 17.Feb 2018

  The front door of a middle-class Canadian suburban home yawns open, late on a weekday morning. The frail figure of a woman beckons me in. Clinging to her leg in the musty smelling hallway is a redheaded toddler who

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Chatham lottery winner in cash dispute with former partner

Chatham lottery winner in cash dispute with former partner

🕔07:04, 17.Feb 2018

A $6 million Chatham lottery winner is in a legal battle with his former live-in partner over sharing his winnings. Leamington native Maurice Thibeault claimed more than $3 million from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. However, the good news

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Motor City strike comes to a close

Motor City strike comes to a close

🕔15:34, 16.Feb 2018

  By Matt Flood Negotiations have ended the strike between management and employees at Motor City Chrysler in Windsor.     The strike began Jan. 30 after talks between the employees and management failed to reach an agreement. The employees

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Weekends Heavy Snowfall Affects Small Businesses

Weekends Heavy Snowfall Affects Small Businesses

🕔15:33, 16.Feb 2018

By Lauren O’Brien Small business owners say they are working hard to keep up with the recent heavy snowfall. Last weekend, around 30 centimetres of snow fell on the City of Windsor. On Friday, 18.4 centimetres of snow fell, which

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