Looking at Van Gogh

🕔15:41, 14.Feb 2018 Looking at Van Gogh With Sihong (Ennis) Liu Walk into the world of vertigo madness. See what I see of Vincent, feel how Van Gogh’s natural sensitivity to colour was a gift of spirit. Coming Soon! Read Full Article
Valentine’s Day in Windsor

Valentine’s Day in Windsor

🕔12:40, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman  Love is in the air and everywhere to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Windsor. According to Statistics Canada, $71.7 million was spent on flowers for Valentine ’s Day in 2016. There are nearly 18 florists serving the Windsor

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Body found

Body found

🕔12:33, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman The dead body of an unidentified male was found in an alley in the 900 block of Church Street shortly after 7 a.m. this morning. A statement from Windsor Police Services says officers and the forensic identification

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Middle Ground

🕔14:56, 13.Feb 2018 Middle Ground with Sreedha Varanasi In a world where people are more polarized than ever, Sreedha Varanasi seeks to find solutions to various issues using debate. Join her as she mediates debates across multiple topics in an effort to find the elusive Read Full Article

Take Notes with Lori Baldassi

🕔13:49, 13.Feb 2018 Take Notes with Lori Baldassi If music is your chosen path, listen to Take Notes. News, information and the unvarnished truth from A-list managers and musicians, each with sound advice from the bars to the stars! Featuring Herbie Herbert. agent Read Full Article
Windsor plowing through snow removal

Windsor plowing through snow removal

🕔14:00, 12.Feb 2018

By Shirley Feng On Feb. 11, the City of Windsor declared a snow emergency, forcing city crews to work around the clock to clear both main roads and residential streets. “We have worked lots of long hours and we’re used

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Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

🕔13:47, 12.Feb 2018

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires are used to winning Memorial Cup championships, but they are also familiar with great loss. It has been ten years since former Windsor Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud died suddenly in 2009 from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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Windsor bakeries preparing for Fat Tuesday

Windsor bakeries preparing for Fat Tuesday

🕔13:34, 12.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill Once a year thousands of people indulge in a tasty treat they don’t need to feel guilty about. The paczki (pronounced: poonch-key) is a Polish custard-filled doughnut coated in powdered sugar or a glaze that ranges from

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“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

🕔13:22, 12.Feb 2018

By Kati Panasiuk The “Plenty of Reasons” video project has won the Technology and New Media Promotional Award at a provincial conference in early February. Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island was given the award by the Economic Developers Council of Ontario

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Chamber of Commerce discusses U.S. tax reform

Chamber of Commerce discusses U.S. tax reform

🕔13:10, 10.Feb 2018

After the U.S. tax reform bill was passed on Dec. 22 by President Donald Trump, it is expected to have a significant impact on individuals, businesses and multinational companies doing business with the United States. The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce

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New insect found in Windsor

New insect found in Windsor

🕔13:04, 10.Feb 2018

By Sunnio Zeng After being attracted to a backyard floodlight, a new moth-like insect has been found in Windsor. And it turns out the backyard was owned by Tom Preney, the City of Windsor’s biodiversity co-ordinator. “It’s very small insect,

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A Windsor gas station robbed

A Windsor gas station robbed

🕔12:56, 10.Feb 2018

A gas station on the 2300 block of Walker Road has been robbed. Patrol officers were dispatched to the gas station Tuesday after a suspect entered the store and took money. A police report said he had a knife and

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Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

🕔12:49, 10.Feb 2018

The southern part of Ontario will see heavy snowfall this weekend. Snowfall with total of 15-20 cm has already hit Chatham-Kent- Rondeau Park, Windsor-Essex, St. Thomas- Aylmer- Eastern Elgin County, Rodney- Shedden- Western Elgin County. Driving conditions have deteriorated because

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Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

🕔12:46, 10.Feb 2018

By Harshpal Singh Snow was reducing visibility and increasing the number of accidents on the roads this week as more than 20 cm fell across the southern part of Ontario. According to Windsor Police, who have been urging caution, 45

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Some Windsor businesses suffering from wage hike

Some Windsor businesses suffering from wage hike

🕔12:37, 10.Feb 2018

By Ivy Li Some businesses in Windsor are losing confidence in themselves and in Ontario. The recent hike in minimum wage has not been easy for some businesses to accommodate. One of them is CB Marketing. “For a small business,

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One of Canada’s flag bearers is University of Windsor alumnae

One of Canada’s flag bearers is University of Windsor alumnae

🕔12:34, 10.Feb 2018

University of Windsor alumnae Tessa Virtue and her partner Scott Moir won Olympic gold once before, in the 2010 Olympics. Now, they are looking to win gold again, as they marched under Canada’s flag in the Pyeongchang opening ceremonies. Prime

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Local agency needs to replace accessible transit bus immediately

Local agency needs to replace accessible transit bus immediately

🕔10:15, 10.Feb 2018

By Laurie Harrison A phone call to the specialist and a date circled on the calendar. As the doctor appointment approaches, the last thing seniors should be worrying about is how they are getting to their appointment or if they

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Motor City Chrysler’s employees still on strike

Motor City Chrysler’s employees still on strike

🕔09:50, 10.Feb 2018

  By Simar Kalra On a cold February day, where people prefer to stay warm, Motor City Chrysler’s employees were walking the picket line. About 60 employees from different department say they are on strike not for new demands but

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Black History Month open house at Windsor Public Library

Black History Month open house at Windsor Public Library

🕔08:45, 10.Feb 2018

By Meng Bao Every February, Canada celebrates Black History Month with lots of public events, including at museums and libraries. Citizens were invited to an open house to share stories and memories on Jan. 3 at the Windsor’s downtown branch

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Super Bowl an advantage for local businesses

Super Bowl an advantage for local businesses

🕔08:23, 10.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill New England Patriots versus the Philadelphia Eagles. Neither team is a local favorite, but owners of local businesses that cash in on sports games say they have a successful weekend in sales regardless of the teams playing.

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