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A Night to Shine in Windsor

A Night to Shine in Windsor

🕔15:02, 20.Apr 2018

By Grace Bauer People with developmental disorders gathered at Western Secondary School to attend prom. For many, it was their first time attending one. Night to Shine is an event put on by the Tim Tebow Foundation. Tim Tebow, current

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Rick Mercer visits Holy Names

Rick Mercer visits Holy Names

🕔11:35, 6.Apr 2018

By Grace Bauer Students, teachers and visitors gathered in the gym at Holy Names Catholic High School after March break to welcome one of Canada’s famous icons Rick Mercer. The Rick Mercer Report has been running for over 14 years

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Far Too Many Felines

Far Too Many Felines

🕔10:12, 23.Mar 2018

By Grace Bauer New studies show that cat overpopulation in Ontario is rising at an alarming rate. The report, which was conducted by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, uncovered there are more than 9.3 million cats in Canada and

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Downtown Mission on a Mission

Downtown Mission on a Mission

🕔10:00, 23.Mar 2018

By Grace Bauer Upcoming projects are in the works at the Downtown Mission of Windsor. This year is a big one for the Downtown Mission of Windsor, which has two major projects underway. The first is a free dental hygiene

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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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Stay Planted

Stay Planted

🕔12:30, 16.Feb 2018

By Grace Bauer Winter plant sales at a local greenhouse are in full bloom. Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens in Kingsville carries a wide range of plants and the snowy winter weather does not stop people from buying them. In fact, it

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Tunnel traffic turmoil

Tunnel traffic turmoil

🕔11:21, 8.Dec 2017

By Grace Bauer Windsorites looking for quick and easy travel to Detroit will be faced with a speed bump over the coming months. The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is under construction, affecting not only individual drivers but also Windsor’s public transit system.

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Let’s go ride a bike

Let’s go ride a bike

🕔11:05, 13.Oct 2017

By Grace Bauer Windsor is growing to become a more bike-accessible city one lane at a time, affecting many who rely solely on their bike to get around. This year’s city budget included a sum of $400,000 to be spent

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No tolerance for vacant property

No tolerance for vacant property

🕔12:16, 6.Oct 2017

By Grace Bauer   Passionate Windsorites were asking for a proactive approach to the city’s vacant home situation at a recent city council meeting. On Oct. 2 almost every seat was filled with Windsorites, many from the downtown core, pleading

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Families in search of help after recent flood

Families in search of help after recent flood

🕔13:23, 22.Sep 2017

By Grace Bauer Windsorites with flooded basements are hopeful about the city’s involvement in relief from the recent record-breaking flood, while Tecumseh residents are left skeptical the city will do anything to help.   Windsor and Tecumseh were met with

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Windsor vs. everybody

Windsor vs. everybody

🕔12:41, 7.Apr 2017

By Grace Bauer Windsor’s music scene is changing and competition from across the river may be the reason. Every day, thousands of Windsorites cross the border to work, shop, dine and attend concerts in Detroit. According to Statistics Canada, about

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Windsor’s low crime rate has become a pull for its real estate market

Windsor’s low crime rate has become a pull for its real estate market

🕔13:17, 3.Mar 2017

  By Grace Bauer Windsor’s first homicide of the year took place February 21, prompting the question of whether or not crimes such as this affect the city and its housing market. According to Sergeant Steve Betteridge, public information officer

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A Night to Shine

A Night to Shine

🕔12:46, 17.Feb 2017

By Grace Bauer Individuals with special needs walked down the red carpet at what was, for most, the only prom they ever experienced. Almost 100 adults and young people with varying physical and developmental disabilities attended Night to Shine at

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Ontario tuition on the rise

Ontario tuition on the rise

🕔12:01, 10.Feb 2017

By Grace Bauer Ontario colleges may have to cut programs and raise tuition because the number of students enrolling is steadily declining. There has already been a drastic tuition increase in the past 10 years. The Canadian Centre for Policy

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Adults With Exceptional Needs Make a Difference in the Community

Adults With Exceptional Needs Make a Difference in the Community

🕔15:48, 11.Nov 2016

By Grace Bauer A program in Windsor is giving adults with exceptional needs the opportunity to make a difference in the community by volunteering and using their talents. Christian Horizons is a Canadian organization dedicated to serving people with exceptional

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Canada’s second largest ComiCon

Canada’s second largest ComiCon

🕔13:38, 28.Oct 2016

By Grace Bauer Thousands of fandom enthusiasts from near and far gathered to participate in Windsor’s second ComiCon. ComiCons are events where fans of comics, sci-fi, gaming and anime have the opportunity to dress up in costume, buy memorabilia from

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Quality, consistency and passion

Quality, consistency and passion

🕔14:28, 21.Oct 2016

  The owners of a Windsor coffee shop are ensuring every step of their coffee production is fair and ethical by maintaining a unique relationship with their suppliers. Kyle and Rachel Bondy, founders of Anchor Coffee House on Huron Church

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