Ninth annual Marche Du Nain Rouge celebrates Detroit

Ninth annual Marche Du Nain Rouge celebrates Detroit

🕔16:18, 30.Mar 2018

Marche Du Nain Rouge is a celebration of all things good in Detroit. Hundreds paraded through Midtown, Detroit for the ninth annual Marche Du Nain Rouge March 25. The legend of Nain Rouge has been around since the time of Detroit’s

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Windsor’s 36th Easter Seals Telethon a huge success

Windsor’s 36th Easter Seals Telethon a huge success

🕔15:53, 30.Mar 2018

The 36th annual Easter Seals Telethon blew past its fundraising goal of $145,000 raising more than $176,000 this year. The telethon brings in about 70 per cent of Easter Seals’ funds for the year. It takes about 40-50 volunteers and

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Black Oak Heritage Park is reopening

Black Oak Heritage Park is reopening

🕔15:47, 30.Mar 2018

After being closed to the public since 2015, Black Oak Heritage Park is reopening. The only public entrance, on the north side of the woods, has been closed during construction of the Gordie Howe Bridge plaza near the park. The

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Chimczuk Museum welcomes children and families

Chimczuk Museum welcomes children and families

🕔15:33, 30.Mar 2018

  By Ioana Iota The Chimczuk Museum was offering free crafts and art activities for children and their parents last weekend. Maria Pacheco is from Mexico and is new in Windsor. She came with her two children. “We are here

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Work Week Wakeup contest surprising workers on Monday mornings

Work Week Wakeup contest surprising workers on Monday mornings

🕔15:11, 30.Mar 2018

By Todd Shearon There’s a new reason to wake up on Monday mornings and start the week in style. But somebody needs to provide the coffee and doughnuts. You could be the office hero and Blackburn Radio’s Mix 96.7fm could

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Transit Windsor replacing 24 buses

Transit Windsor replacing 24 buses

🕔15:05, 30.Mar 2018

Transit Windsor has a good news for people who use public transportation: it has received funding to purchase 24 new buses to replace its aging fleet. These new buses come with a price tag of $12.5 million. Riders hope this

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WE Box is getting locally-grown food onto Windsor tables

WE Box is getting locally-grown food onto Windsor tables

🕔14:56, 30.Mar 2018

By Angelica Haggert In a small backyard in the Devonshire Heights neighbourhood in Windsor, Bishops Urban Farms is busy planting, growing and harvesting microgreens. Microgreens are young vegetables, harvested early and used in salads and juices or as a garnish.

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There’s help for parents to better understand their young children

There’s help for parents to better understand their young children

🕔14:03, 30.Mar 2018

By Ennis Liu The early education of the child is very important, but many new parents will not know how to correctly guide the child’s behaviour. The Windsor-Essex County Children and Youth Planning Committee is promoting WEE Start, a free

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Windsor celebrates the 2018 Earth Hour by shutting off the lights

Windsor celebrates the 2018 Earth Hour by shutting off the lights

🕔08:31, 30.Mar 2018

The lights went out last weekend. The City of Windsor held an Earth Hour event on March 24 at Charles Clark Square, as all non-essential lights in the downtown area were turned off for one hour starting at 8:30 p.m.

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You don’t see this every day – exotic animals at Tecumseh Mall

You don’t see this every day – exotic animals at Tecumseh Mall

🕔07:41, 30.Mar 2018

In the middle of Tecumseh Mall over March Break, a man would bring out a snake and encourage people to touch it. Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo was giving people a chance to get closer to owls, snakes, tortoises and more

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One magical night

One magical night

🕔14:03, 28.Mar 2018

        University of Windsor students celebrated a magical night this past Saturday. Close to 100 people showed up to the Best Buddies Fairytale Ball that took place on Saturday at St. Angela’s Merici Hall on Erie St.

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Incident on Wyandotte

Incident on Wyandotte

🕔13:27, 28.Mar 2018

The Special Investigations unit were called to the Mcdonalds on Wyandotte after reports that police were involved  in a fatal shooting this morning. A block on Wyandotte and Goyeau was been closed off Wednesday morning for several hours and the

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Float therapy comes to Lakeshore

Float therapy comes to Lakeshore

🕔12:15, 28.Mar 2018

By Christina Chibani A new spa uses float pods to relieve people of stress and pain. The grand opening of Float Lakeshore, the first float spa in Windsor, was March 2. It offers floating therapy which involves the individual floating

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First phase of city reconstruction to begin on Riverside Dr.

First phase of city reconstruction to begin on Riverside Dr.

🕔13:59, 27.Mar 2018

Windsor City council signed off on a $6.3-million contract which includes five construction projects on Riverside Dr. The first project is the construction on Riverside Dr. and Lauzon Rd. Larger sewers will be added alongside barrier curbs to prevent front

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Flood warning in Windsor-Essex

Flood warning in Windsor-Essex

🕔13:51, 27.Mar 2018

The city of Windsor is under flood warning by Environmental Canada again. The rainfall began overnight and is continuing throughout the day. The rain is expected to lighten up in the afternoon but the downpour can result in water pools

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Amherstburg town council votes to contract police to Windsor

Amherstburg town council votes to contract police to Windsor

🕔13:06, 27.Mar 2018

By Barry Hazlehurst Amherstburg Police contract with Windsor. On February 26 Amherstburg Mayor Aldo DiCarlo cast the deciding vote to contract policing of the Town of Amherstburg to the Windsor Police Service. The act will take effect in 2019 and

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Windsor man arrested after break-in

Windsor man arrested after break-in

🕔13:03, 27.Mar 2018

By Maryam Farag   A 59-year-old Windsor man has been arrested after debit and credit cards were taken from a home on Cameron Avenue. Officers were called to a residence in the 300 block of Cameron Avenue for a break

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WEST’s International Women’s Day Gala

WEST’s International Women’s Day Gala

🕔12:59, 27.Mar 2018

By Maryam Farag Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc. will be celebrating International Women’s Day on Thursday, March 8, 2018. The event is an opportunity to honour the amazing women in our community, plus acknowledge individuals, businesses and organizations

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An event designed for you not to be BOARD

An event designed for you not to be BOARD

🕔12:51, 27.Mar 2018

By Chelsea Girard Gaymes Night is bringing the community together through a social program of board games and food. Since October 2018, The Windsor Sandwich Shop, along with Windsor-Essex Pride Fest, has hosted a free Gaymes Night for the LGBTIQ2S

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Raising the voices of Windsor

Raising the voices of Windsor

🕔12:23, 27.Mar 2018

By: Noah Gecelovsky Artists, judges and audience members gathered at the Gourmet Emporium on March 19 for the second week of the Raise Your Voice competition. Raise Your Voice began on March 12 with 15 artists competing for the grand

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