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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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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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Employer’s penny pinching from workers after Ontario minimum wage hike

Employer’s penny pinching from workers after Ontario minimum wage hike

🕔11:34, 16.Feb 2018

by Barry Hazelhurst Some employers in Ontario are finding ways to strengthen their bottom line after the minimum wage hike by decreasing benefits, tips, and other employee entitlements. The Liberal government in Ontario tried to level the wage playing field

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Five finger discounts cause havoc for Windsor business owners

Five finger discounts cause havoc for Windsor business owners

🕔12:47, 6.Oct 2017

By Barry Hazlehurst Windsor businesses owners continue to struggle with an increasing onslaught of shoplifters. Businesses owners and their employees in Windsor have learned to spot shoplifters and their mannerisms. According to Pressreader.com many shoplifters sell the goods they steal

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Windsor cyclist’s take notice of bike thefts

Windsor cyclist’s take notice of bike thefts

🕔12:53, 29.Sep 2017

By Barry Hazlehurst Bicycle theft has become an epidemic in Windsor causing cyclists to take extra precautions when leaving their bicycles unattended. Windsorites have created a Facebook page under the heading Stolen Bikes of Windsor to report stolen bikes and

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Street Help offers vital services

Street Help offers vital services

🕔13:17, 21.Apr 2017

By Barry Hazlehurst Windsorites who are enduring financial hardships have a safe place at Street Help to access  services, such as help with basic needs, employment and other necessities for living. Christine Furlonger, the manager of Street Help, has been

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Street Help in Windsor offers vital services to those in need

Street Help in Windsor offers vital services to those in need

🕔12:32, 21.Apr 2017

Windsorites who are enduring financial hardships have a safe place at Street Help to access  services, such as help with basic needs, employment and other necessities for living. Christine Furlonger, the manager of Street Help, has been working to help

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ADVISORY: Poison risk

ADVISORY: Poison risk

🕔12:04, 21.Apr 2017

The Windsor Essex County Health Unit has issued a notice about a bookmark error regarding water bottle cleaning, which could cause potential health risks. The water bottle safety instructions listed on the back of a Take Charge bookmark may cause

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High electricity rates shock Windsor business owners

High electricity rates shock Windsor business owners

🕔13:26, 3.Mar 2017

By Barry Hazlehurst Windsor business owners are finding it difficult to make a profit with the high electricity rates in Ontario. In November 2016 the Ontario Energy Board announced business owners will have to pay time-of-use rates which at peak

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Panhandlers causing problems for business owners

Panhandlers causing problems for business owners

🕔13:15, 17.Feb 2017

By Barry Hazlehurst Many Windsor business owners see panhandlers as a problem and often need to phone police when customers ask for spare change. Katherine Wu, owner of the Downtown Smoke shop in Windsor, said many panhandlers become a nuisance when

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Windsorites are collecting scrap metal and old electronics to help make ends meet

Windsorites are collecting scrap metal and old electronics to help make ends meet

🕔12:17, 2.Dec 2016

  By Barry Hazlehurst Old unused electronics and scrap are being collected by people in Windsor to sell at electronics and recyclers and scrap metal yards to supplement their income. “I usually look for metal and old appliances at the

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Vape shops to suffer due to new legislation

Vape shops to suffer due to new legislation

🕔11:09, 18.Nov 2016

By Barry Hazlehurst The new legislation proposed by the province of Ontario is looking to treat vapourizers and related products similar to the way tobacco is being regulated. The government of Ontario has put legislation forward, but has a more

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