Idle property owners beware

Idle property owners beware

🕔13:31, 20.Apr 2018

By Kacie Cooper Windsor residents could be seeing a decrease in damaged and deteriorating abandoned buildings this spring. There are an estimated 750 vacant buildings within the city, many left to fall apart by absent property owners, but City of

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Minor earthquake strikes Amherstburg

Minor earthquake strikes Amherstburg

🕔13:19, 20.Apr 2018

People from Ontario to Pennsylvania were surprised and shaken by a 4.1 magnitude earthquake Thursday night originating from Amherstburg.   The earthquake occured at 8:01 p.m. Southwestern Ontario residents affected by the quake say it lasted only three to five

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Don’t let the big ones get away

Don’t let the big ones get away

🕔13:16, 20.Apr 2018

By David Lafreniere Growing up in Windsor, they were called pickerel, but across the border they have always been walleye and early spring is the time to catch them. According to Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the walleye, largest of the

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See you at the party

See you at the party

🕔13:14, 20.Apr 2018

By Bela Antonio With wedding season approaching, the guest list is very important at See You There Invitations. See You There Invitations is a five-time internationally award-winning local business, winning several awards throughout the year including WeddingWire couples choice in

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Raising funds with a meaningful run

Raising funds with a meaningful run

🕔13:08, 20.Apr 2018

Windsorites have raised significant funds for the local Ronald McDonald House through the Big Red Shoe Run organized by employees of the company that owns several McDonald’s restaurants.   The five kilometre run was held April 15 at Malden Park

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Cleaning for a cause

Cleaning for a cause

🕔13:03, 20.Apr 2018

By Jordan Ferris Windsorites are cleaning the Ganatchio Trail in memory of a 75-year-old woman who was assaulted last year. On Oct. 2017, Sara Anne Widholm was left in critical condition after she was assaulted while going for her usual

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Fans compete to win at Game of Thrones trivia night

Fans compete to win at Game of Thrones trivia night

🕔13:03, 20.Apr 2018

By Amos Johnson Rally the realm. Several students and other citizens of the realm competed to win at Game of Thrones trivia night. St. Clair College students from the public relations program took advantage of the popularity surrounding Game of

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Local Talent in Windsor

Local Talent in Windsor

🕔13:01, 20.Apr 2018

                  By Travis Conant In a small city, bands face difficulties while trying to make it big, however a number of bands have surpassed the odds.   Windsor is known for a

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New health and fitness festival in Windsor

New health and fitness festival in Windsor

🕔12:52, 20.Apr 2018

By Kylie Turner Windsor FitFest, a new health, wellness and fitness festival, held its first event at the Serbian Centre. The event was founded and coordinated by Amanda Garant, who is known locally for her fitness journey, losing 150 pounds

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Professional hockey mom

Professional hockey mom

🕔12:42, 20.Apr 2018

By Tate Harris A local hockey mom recalls the emotional struggles of helping her son through his hockey career. Susan Prout is the mother of Dalton Prout, an NHL player, who has played 242 games between two teams and has most recently been traded to

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Whiskers in the wild west

Whiskers in the wild west

🕔12:28, 20.Apr 2018

By Christina Chibani For The Love of Paws & Adoptable Dogs hosted a Whiskers in the Wild West event to give people the opportunity to adopt dogs and cats in need of homes. The three-day event took place at St.

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Mom2Mom spring sale

Mom2Mom spring sale

🕔12:26, 20.Apr 2018

By Maryam Farag The annual Mom2Mom spring sale, connecting parents in Windsor and Essex County, took place at the WFCU Centre on Saturday, April 14. It is a cross between a garage sale and a flea market, featuring children’s clothes,

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The Windsor business community is growing

The Windsor business community is growing

🕔12:03, 20.Apr 2018

By Kaitlynn Kenney High profile Windsor individuals were acknowledged for their success in business at the 28 Annual Business Excellence Awards at St. Clair College Centre for the Arts. Known personalities from the community came out to celebrate the nominees

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St. Clair models walk the runway

St. Clair models walk the runway

🕔11:57, 20.Apr 2018

By Kyle Rose   Students from St. Clair College came out to audition for the Atelier fashion show in late March at the Student Life Centre. The auditions took place on Tuesday March 27 and were open to all students

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Restaurant on Walkerville gets a makeover

Restaurant on Walkerville gets a makeover

🕔11:51, 20.Apr 2018

By Kurlis Mati After five years of service as The Willistead, the restaurant closed its doors and reopens as Good Neighbour.    The Willistead, located at 1840 Wyandotte St. E., has been operating under this name since 2013, but in

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔11:50, 20.Apr 2018

By Cody Wall   Basketball   The Toronto Raptors are up 2-0 in the first round playoff series against the Washington Wizards after winning Game Two by a score of 130-119. DeMar DeRozan was a stand out player for the

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Second City hits Windsor

Second City hits Windsor

🕔11:04, 20.Apr 2018

Second City’s greatest minds threw away their scripts to battle wits before a live audience at the Chrysler Theatre last week. The Second City Improv All Star comedy show was born on a snowy Chicago night in December of 1959.

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Car culture is alive and well throughout the world

Car culture is alive and well throughout the world

🕔19:05, 18.Apr 2018

Building an all-electric car from a 1933 vintage Bugatti is an impressive feat, but it also points to a trend. JH Restoration, as the name suggests is a car restoration firm, and the Windsor, Ont.-based company has successfully developed an

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Cryptocurrency is trendy, but is it smart?

Cryptocurrency is trendy, but is it smart?

🕔19:02, 18.Apr 2018

Huge hydro rates and big risks are among the hassles that aren’t deterring some Windsorites. The bank did it again. Raised their costs. Transactions take ages and cross-border transfers are riddled with regulations and hidden costs. Isn’t there a better

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The fight of Lilah’s young life is against government – without medicine, she will die

The fight of Lilah’s young life is against government – without medicine, she will die

🕔18:45, 18.Apr 2018

“She was not able to move her legs. She just flopped like a cooked spaghetti.” Nicole Lamont still remembers her shock when her daughter Lilah was born two years ago. It took five months before the diagnosis finally explained what

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