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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

By Harshpal Singh 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

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United Way in Windsor-Essex celebrates young leadership

United Way in Windsor-Essex celebrates young leadership

🕔07:05, 14.Apr 2018

The United Way runs a program called Leadership Windsor Essex, which also involves giving out awards to “40 under 40.” The March 28 event celebrated 40 individuals under the age of 40 who have shown significant leadership and success in

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Filing tax return can help earn a few hundred bucks, even on zero income

Filing tax return can help earn a few hundred bucks, even on zero income

🕔10:56, 7.Apr 2018

International students need to be aware that, depending on how long they have resided in Canada, they may need to file a Canadian income tax return — and it may actually save them some money, say local experts. Filing income

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UWindsor’s renovated Armouries building now officially opened

UWindsor’s renovated Armouries building now officially opened

🕔16:34, 24.Mar 2018

The School of Creative Arts at the University of Windsor is finally renovated fully and officially opened for public viewing. Students began using the downtown building in January, but the official grand opening was delayed until this past week because

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Easter Seals Telethon 2018 is here

Easter Seals Telethon 2018 is here

🕔16:23, 24.Mar 2018

Windsor-Essex’s Annual Easter Seals Telethon is this weekend. CTV Windsor will broadcast the 36th Easter Seals Telethon live on Sunday, March 25 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Central Park Athletics- 3400 Grand Marais Rd E. The funds

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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 City of Windsor is back with grants to help individuals and organizations

The City of Windsor is back with grants to help individuals and organizations

🕔08:27, 24.Feb 2018

The City of Windsor’s Art, Culture, and Heritage Fund Grant program is seeking applications for 2018. The grant program helps individuals and organizations, which are interested in doing cultural projects, to grow creatively and economically. According to a press release

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More than 10 people lost lives from the flu in Windsor this year

More than 10 people lost lives from the flu in Windsor this year

🕔15:35, 18.Feb 2018

The Windsor health unit reports an estimated of 10 people lost their lives from the flu this year. Lora Piccinin, manager of infectious disease prevention at the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, said all 10 deaths have been linked to outbreaks

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Community plunges in icy water to raise funds for Special Olympics

Community plunges in icy water to raise funds for Special Olympics

🕔15:27, 18.Feb 2018

The Windsor-Essex Polar Plunge is being held at St. Clair College’s main campus in cooperation with Windsor Police and the Windsor-Essex Torch-Run to raise funds for Special Olympics. According to Windsor Polar Plunge’s website, they have a goal of raising

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Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

🕔12:49, 10.Feb 2018

The southern part of Ontario will see heavy snowfall this weekend. Snowfall with total of 15-20 cm has already hit Chatham-Kent- Rondeau Park, Windsor-Essex, St. Thomas- Aylmer- Eastern Elgin County, Rodney- Shedden- Western Elgin County. Driving conditions have deteriorated because

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Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

🕔12:46, 10.Feb 2018

By Harshpal Singh Snow was reducing visibility and increasing the number of accidents on the roads this week as more than 20 cm fell across the southern part of Ontario. According to Windsor Police, who have been urging caution, 45

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Wanted man arrested in Windsor

Wanted man arrested in Windsor

🕔09:09, 3.Feb 2018

By Harsh Mudhar Windsor police have located a man wanted on Canada-wide arrest warrant for being unlawful. The 30-year-old man was wanted for allegedly breaking parole. He was arrested by the members of the Provincial Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E)

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100 Kids Who Care teaches kids the art of giving

100 Kids Who Care teaches kids the art of giving

🕔07:28, 13.Jan 2018

It’s time for kids to take money out of their piggy banks and invest in a good cause. 100 Kids Who Care, a Windsor-based charity, is encouraging children to join the organization and give $10 from his or her savings.

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Check weather forecast before dumping stuff outdoors for donation

Check weather forecast before dumping stuff outdoors for donation

🕔07:13, 13.Jan 2018

Getting rid of old stuff by dropping it outside a charity in the snow is a bad idea, says one thrift store that’s now facing an added expense after someone did just that. The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

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Scavenger Hunt at Chimczuk Museum

Scavenger Hunt at Chimczuk Museum

🕔12:15, 22.Dec 2017

The Chimczuk Museum is offering family-friendly activities during December, including over the Christmas break. Staff hope it will be an opportunity for parents to teach their children about the history of Windsor. “We have some winter theme events happening throughout

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University of Windsor postpones opening of converted Armouries building

University of Windsor postpones opening of converted Armouries building

🕔13:56, 1.Dec 2017

University students and the general public will have to wait until the new year to see inside Windsor’s old Armouries, which has been converted into the School of Creative Arts. The University of Windsor has postponed the opening to make

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Shawarma business in London, Ont. missed hungry students during college strike

Shawarma business in London, Ont. missed hungry students during college strike

🕔13:37, 24.Nov 2017

Store owners near Ontario’s college campuses were also relieved when students returned to classes Tuesday after a five-week faculty strike. The dispute ended after the provincial government legislated 12,000 striking professors and instructors back to work Monday, sending about 500,000

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Bidding adieu to summer with London’s last car event of the year

Bidding adieu to summer with London’s last car event of the year

🕔15:51, 29.Sep 2017

By Harshpal Singh Vintage car lovers in southern Ontario have had their last hurrah of 2017 with a car meet in London, Ont. The Canadian Tire there hosted the event in its parking lot Sept. 24 – one last time

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