Windsor artist looking to reclaim Ford City

Windsor artist looking to reclaim Ford City

🕔15:12, 26.Mar 2018

By Millar Hill Deserved or not – Drouillard Road has had a bad reputation. But that hasn’t stopped the neighbourhood’s residents, businesses owners and the BIA’s collective effort to curb that stereotype. “The roots down here are so strong and

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UWindsor’s renovated Armouries building now officially opened

UWindsor’s renovated Armouries building now officially opened

🕔16:34, 24.Mar 2018

The School of Creative Arts at the University of Windsor is finally renovated fully and officially opened for public viewing. Students began using the downtown building in January, but the official grand opening was delayed until this past week because

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Easter Seals Telethon 2018 is here

Easter Seals Telethon 2018 is here

🕔16:23, 24.Mar 2018

Windsor-Essex’s Annual Easter Seals Telethon is this weekend. CTV Windsor will broadcast the 36th Easter Seals Telethon live on Sunday, March 25 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Central Park Athletics- 3400 Grand Marais Rd E. The funds

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‘Black Lives Matter’ going unheard in Canada, says local student organization

‘Black Lives Matter’ going unheard in Canada, says local student organization

🕔15:53, 24.Mar 2018

The Travyon Martin shooting sparked the Black Lives Matter movement six years ago, but it has not been limited to the United States. Donneyha Ellis is one of the members of the Caribbean African Organization of Students (CAOS), a student

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Local mother marches in Ottawa for life-saving meds for Spinal Muscular Atrophy patients

Local mother marches in Ottawa for life-saving meds for Spinal Muscular Atrophy patients

🕔15:48, 24.Mar 2018

  One local mother of a two-year-old child with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1 marched on Parliament Hill this past week. The message: make life-saving medications accessible for all patients who suffer from SMA, a neuro-muscular disease, affecting the spinal

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Local athlete breaks all-time OCAA scoring record

Local athlete breaks all-time OCAA scoring record

🕔10:56, 24.Mar 2018

A player for the St. Clair women’s basketball team recently broke the all-time scoring record for the OCAA. Fifth year student athlete Shannon Kennedy now holds the title of top scorer in the province for women’s basketball with 1,401 points.

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2018 Paralympic Winter Games wrap-up

2018 Paralympic Winter Games wrap-up

🕔09:57, 24.Mar 2018

Canadian paralympic athletes raised the bar high with a new 28-medal record at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. This is nine more than the last record, set in Vancouver, at the 2010 Paralympic Games. The Games wrapped up in Pyeongchang,

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Windsor’s sole cricket league hoping to keep playing

Windsor’s sole cricket league hoping to keep playing

🕔09:54, 24.Mar 2018

Windsor’s only cricket league is finishing up its first season. An indoor winter league, the Intramural Cricket League is open to anyone who has an interest in learning and playing the sport. “It all began with everyone’s will to play

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New Syrian community community opens in Windsor

New Syrian community community opens in Windsor

🕔09:07, 24.Mar 2018

The Syrian newcomer community in Windsor has launched the Syrian Community Center of Windsor. They will provide lots of programs and services for Syrian members who live in Windsor and Essex, to help them settle into their new home. On

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Profile: Finalist for entrepreneur of the year 2018 — Radu Bogdanel

Profile: Finalist for entrepreneur of the year 2018 — Radu Bogdanel

🕔08:40, 24.Mar 2018

The Business Excellence Awards has become a premier event of the year, recognizing the achievements and contributions of business leaders in Windsor and Essex County. Radu Bogdanel, president of Fulger Transport Inc., is one of the three finalists for the

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Prescribed fires planned for Point Pelee National Park

Prescribed fires planned for Point Pelee National Park

🕔07:52, 24.Mar 2018

Point Pelee National Park plans to conduct controlled fires to help restore the habitat between March 19 and April 15. Point Pelee National Park will remain open to visitors during the prescribed fires, but some areas will be closed for

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County Road 42 collision ends in death

County Road 42 collision ends in death

🕔07:28, 24.Mar 2018

A Lakeshore man involved in a collision on Essex County Road 42 has died. Jesse Thurlby, 19, suffered life threatening injuries when he lost control of his vehicle while heading westbound before being struck by an oncoming around 9:50 p.m.

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Windsor man retains MMA featherweight title

Windsor man retains MMA featherweight title

🕔07:22, 24.Mar 2018

A local fighter is gaining ground in the MMA octagon. T.J. Laramie is a 20-year-old defending TKO featherweight champ who beat opponent Joao Nogueira on March 16. He defeated Nogueira in Place Bell in Laval, Que. with a TKO in

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The NDP promises universal dental care program

The NDP promises universal dental care program

🕔07:17, 24.Mar 2018

  The provincial election has not even started, but the NDP are promising a universal dental health care plan. One in three working people do not have a workplace benefits plan and seniors and those on social assistance are left

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Child poverty in Windsor-Essex County

Child poverty in Windsor-Essex County

🕔16:41, 23.Mar 2018

By Sente Mushunduzi Windsor and Essex County is home to the highest child poverty rate in Canada. According to the 2015 National Household Survey, the provincial average for child poverty is 17 per cent. Windsor and Essex County’s is 24.2 per cent.

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Get ready for Alert Ready

Get ready for Alert Ready

🕔16:12, 23.Mar 2018

By: Matt Flood An alert system is coming to Canadians across the country to deliver critical and potentially life-saving alerts directly to their wireless devices. The system, called Alert Ready, will officially be in action on April 6 to alert

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Old turns to new as more art comes downtown

Old turns to new as more art comes downtown

🕔16:03, 23.Mar 2018

By: Kristian Beaudoin Students of the school for creative arts program at the University of Windsor will now call the Windsor Armouries home. As of March 22, 2018, two ribbon cutting ceremonies introduced two newly renovated facilities. The first taking

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Fun day at Chimczuk Museum

Fun day at Chimczuk Museum

🕔15:55, 23.Mar 2018

By Abdulraheem Alhusami Chimczuk Museum offered a fun day for kids to explore the museum on March 23. During professional development days at local elementary schools, the Chimczuk Museum offers a day program for kids to explore the museum and

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Windsor to host Earth Hour event

Windsor to host Earth Hour event

🕔15:51, 23.Mar 2018

By Travis Conant Earth Hour will be celebrated as an event for the second time in Windsor.   Earth Hour started in Sydney, Australia in 2007. It is a movement to help show awareness for environmental issues such as climate

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Bus Shortage in WIndsor

Bus Shortage in WIndsor

🕔15:49, 23.Mar 2018

By Precious Alasa For many St. Clair College students who take the bus, commuting to school is becoming a slow nightmare. Some students feel there are not enough buses going to the main campus. While there are several buses that

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