Whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on at the Bluesfest

Whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on at the Bluesfest

🕔13:59, 2.Mar 2018

By: Noah Gecelovsky The lineup for the highly anticipated LiUna! Bluesfest Windsor 2018 has finally been released and blues fans are in for a good weekend this summer. On Feb. 21, LiUna!625 members and the Canada South Blues Society held

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Looking for jobs at the WFCU Centre

Looking for jobs at the WFCU Centre

🕔13:43, 2.Mar 2018

Even with one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada, there are still people in Windsor looking for work. According to the most recent numbers, Windsor has an unemployment rate of 4.6 per cent, the seventh lowest in Canada. The

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The life and legacy of Howard McCurdy

The life and legacy of Howard McCurdy

🕔13:29, 2.Mar 2018

By Miranda Monahan Howard Douglas McCurdy Jr., a well-respected civil rights activist, the first African-Canadian university professor to receive tenure and Canada’s second African-Canadian Member of Parliament, has died. McCurdy has been called compassionate, and lived a life of historic

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Taylor Hall returns to Windsor for jersey retirement

Taylor Hall returns to Windsor for jersey retirement

🕔13:23, 2.Mar 2018

  By Cody Wall One of Windsor Spitfires’ all-time greats was in Windsor Feb. 25 to reflect on memories tied to his jersey retirement. The Windsor Spitfires honoured Taylor Hall, 26, by raising his jersey to the rafters, making him

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Shoppers Drug Mart strikes deal with Aurora Cannabis

Shoppers Drug Mart strikes deal with Aurora Cannabis

🕔13:22, 2.Mar 2018

By Nicole Neuts   Patients who rely on medical marijuana will now be able to access it through Shoppers Drug Mart’s online store. The pharmacy chain first applied for a dispensary license through Health Canada in October 2016 and was

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Reducing waste with reused space

Reducing waste with reused space

🕔13:14, 2.Mar 2018

By Ryan Percy Shoppers in Devonshire Mall’s food court in Windsor will no longer find bins being used to collect garbage. The mall managers began the new waste reduction process Feb. 12 when they unveiled a new “training waste sorting

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Protect your pet

Protect your pet

🕔13:13, 2.Mar 2018

  By: Kylie Turner Are you the person your dog thinks you are? During the month of February, the Windsor Essex County Humane Society partnered with local veterinarian clinics for a vaccination drive. The project offers core vaccines for cats

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Diving into OFSAA 2018

Diving into OFSAA 2018

🕔13:08, 2.Mar 2018

By: Kylie Turner High school students from all over Ontario were in Windsor for the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) 2018 swim meet. The OFSAA swim meet took place at the Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre from

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Arthur Shilling and his Portrait Paintings

Arthur Shilling and his Portrait Paintings

🕔13:02, 2.Mar 2018

By: M.D. Nuruzzaman   The Art Gallery of Windsor is presenting Arthur Shilling, Leah Modigliani and Hind vs Hind for the exhibition in 2018. These three art exhibitions had their opening reception on Friday Feb. 16. The Final Works profiles

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New technologies at merged school

New technologies at merged school

🕔13:00, 2.Mar 2018

By Zander Kelly The new principal of St. Teresa of Calcutta Elementary School is not new to her students or staff at all. The school, located on Chandler Road, is formed with students of St. Bernard and St. Jules elementary

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Voucher for Feral Felines

Voucher for Feral Felines

🕔12:45, 2.Mar 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine Windsorites will be able to apply to have feral felines spayed and neutered at no charge starting March 7. Since 2012, the free voucher program has been offered to low income families who may apply by

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Writing the right way

Writing the right way

🕔12:13, 2.Mar 2018

By Grace Bauer A local museum is educating people about a lost art form. The Chimczuk Museum located on Riverside Drive in downtown Windsor has a new exhibit called Cursive Writing: Reading and Writing the Old School Way. It is

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Entertainment Roundup

Entertainment Roundup

🕔11:39, 2.Mar 2018

By Cade Ryan Music Rapper Logic released three new songs this week, 44 More which is currently 17th on the US iTunes charts, Overnight and Everyday featuring Marshmello. These songs are the first releases from Logic since his 2017 album

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Windsor introduces a subscription box for produce

Windsor introduces a subscription box for produce

🕔11:36, 2.Mar 2018

By Cassidy McNea Windsorites will now have the opportunity for fresh produce to be delivered to their door. WE Box, a local food share program through Border City Urban Farms, works with farmers and producers in the area to source

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Suspicious death now thought to be homicide

Suspicious death now thought to be homicide

🕔10:01, 2.Mar 2018

On Feb. 18 Windsor Police found a 73-year-old deceased male at a residence in the 3200 block of Bloomfield Rd. in Windsor. The death was initially labeled as suspicious, and has since been classified as a homicide after an autopsy

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