An increased number of hepatitis A cases in Michigan

An increased number of hepatitis A cases in Michigan

🕔18:18, 24.Apr 2018

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is seeing a rise in the number of hepatitis A cases throughout the state. In Michigan, there have been more than 800 reported cases, including 25 deaths.  Detroit alone has had more

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UPDATE: Suspect Identified in Bloomfield Road homicide investigation

UPDATE: Suspect Identified in Bloomfield Road homicide investigation

🕔18:10, 24.Apr 2018

The Windsor Police Service has identified a male suspect in relation to the Bloomfield Road homicide investigation. Yusuf Ali, 19, is wanted for one count of first degree murder.  He’s described as being a black male – slim build, 125

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It’s All About Cars

It’s All About Cars

🕔16:31, 24.Apr 2018 It's All About Cars with Harshpal Singh This podcast is for all those who love cars. And when I say cars, I mean each and everything related to it. It could be a car meet, a new car launch or Read Full Article
Crystal is like “frozen music” to its believers

Crystal is like “frozen music” to its believers

🕔14:57, 22.Apr 2018

By Ennis Liu Pinterest-style decorating is all the rage, including with crystals. But at White Feather Holistic Arts in Windsor, the owner is teaching more about crystals and what some people believe each one means. Tracey Rogers opened the store

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Unpredictable customs inspections might dampen cannabis tourism

Unpredictable customs inspections might dampen cannabis tourism

🕔14:31, 22.Apr 2018

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens raised serious concerns on Monday before the Senate committee that the legalization of cannabis could lead to stricter border controls, which, in turn, could slow traffic down significantly. This would have an adverse effect on the

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Small earthquake in southwestern Ontario explained

Small earthquake in southwestern Ontario explained

🕔14:16, 22.Apr 2018

This week, the floorboards in southern Ontario’s homes shook. It was not local celebrations of the international 4/20 cannabis awareness day (also this week), but a small earthquake. Many people turned to neighbours or social media to confirm what they

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Experts say investors looking at marijuana need to do their homework

Experts say investors looking at marijuana need to do their homework

🕔13:25, 22.Apr 2018

The legalization of marijuana in Canada later this year has potential investors wondering about buying in. But experts say when walking into this uncharted territory, you need to do your homework. “You should know how much fluctuation and risk tolerance

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Downtown businesses anticipating big change with legalized pot

Downtown businesses anticipating big change with legalized pot

🕔12:55, 22.Apr 2018

By Kush Mendiratta Businsses in downtown Windsor are bracing for the legalization of recreational marijuana later this year. “My shop has been here for 49 years. I have seen what lowering the drinking age did to downtown and how the

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UWindsor film students celebrate their year and show off their work

UWindsor film students celebrate their year and show off their work

🕔12:28, 22.Apr 2018

By March Ren Last Sunday night was cold and rainy, but inside the Chrysler Theatre, people could shut that out and enjoy a film night, courtesy of the University of Windsor. Students from the communication, media and film program were

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Celebrating Vasaikhi Day in Windsor, Ontario

Celebrating Vasaikhi Day in Windsor, Ontario

🕔11:13, 22.Apr 2018

The month of April is recognized as Sikh Heritage Month in Canada, and the city of Windsor celebrated Vaisakhi Day recently with great zeal and colours. Vaisakhi is an important festival celebrated all over India. It might have different names,

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Two dogs rescued from house fire last Sunday

Two dogs rescued from house fire last Sunday

🕔10:35, 22.Apr 2018

Windsor firefighters rescued two dogs in a house fire at 304 Parent Avenue last Sunday afternoon. According to Windsor Fire and Rescue, the fire started in the crawl space under a water heater. The incident began late at night, but

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High winds led to last week’s flood warning

High winds led to last week’s flood warning

🕔10:31, 22.Apr 2018

The Essex Region Conservation Authority updated its flood watch to a warning this past Monday morning. The concern centred around the forecast winds out of west at 25 to 35 km/h with gusts exceeding 45 to 55 km/h. Officials were

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Chinese community celebrating of 100 Years of being in Windsor

Chinese community celebrating of 100 Years of being in Windsor

🕔09:35, 22.Apr 2018

Windsor’s Chinese community is celebrating a century of living in this city. “It is a great event to celebrate our heritage, our culture, in the city for the past 100 years,” said Stephen Tsui, president of the Essex County Chinese

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Considering a vacation? World travellers share their tips

Considering a vacation? World travellers share their tips

🕔08:45, 22.Apr 2018

Windsorites planning summer trips doesn’t have to break the bank, according to some of the world travellers who live in the city. Local bar Craft Heads Brewery in partnership with  Loose Lips Language Exchange hosted a Travel Hacking Workshop to

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Windsor becoming a draw for trans community

Windsor becoming a draw for trans community

🕔08:19, 22.Apr 2018

Windsor-Essex Trans Support celebrated its first Transgender Day of Visibility this year. The day has been recognized on March 31st since 2010. It started as a way to celebrate the accomplishments trans people have made around the globe, according to

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Natural Pathways Forest School takes children to nature

Natural Pathways Forest School takes children to nature

🕔08:15, 22.Apr 2018

By Ennis Liu The day begins with a song to gather the children in from their first explorations. The children meet in their “classroom” without a room — in the forest. They arrive dressed to learn: to get dirty, explore, touch,

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Take a look at Sandwich’s hidden gems

Take a look at Sandwich’s hidden gems

🕔08:03, 22.Apr 2018

By Simar Kaur The City of Windsor has many special places and most of them have a tale to tell. But Old Sandwich Towne — or Sandwich, for short — has its own unique place in Windsor’s history and a

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Meet the woman behind the pretty pictures at Clarissa Marie Photography

Meet the woman behind the pretty pictures at Clarissa Marie Photography

🕔21:24, 21.Apr 2018

By Kati Panasiuk She takes considerable care when she holds a newborn baby in her arms. She carefully wraps a soft blanket around the tiny limbs, placing the young child on big pillow before she steps back to analyze the scene.

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Sometimes the more something costs, the more you gain from it

Sometimes the more something costs, the more you gain from it

🕔21:07, 21.Apr 2018

By Sunnio Zeng “I think everyone should try your best to do something, to make a difference to your surroundings, because in order to make this world a better place to live, this is part of the reason why we

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Windsor woman surviving through the ups and downs of bipolar disorder

Windsor woman surviving through the ups and downs of bipolar disorder

🕔19:09, 21.Apr 2018

By March Ren Shocked. Sad. This is how Natalie Cooper remembers her high school friend who committed suicide. It was a terrible time that would come as she was dealing her own mental health struggles, which had already started much

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