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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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One magical night

One magical night

🕔14:03, 28.Mar 2018

        University of Windsor students celebrated a magical night this past Saturday. Close to 100 people showed up to the Best Buddies Fairytale Ball that took place on Saturday at St. Angela’s Merici Hall on Erie St.

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March break curing those winter blues

March break curing those winter blues

🕔10:57, 19.Mar 2018

By Julianna Bonnett   Shovel your winter worries aside and high tail it to the sun this March Break. The recent weather has many Windsorites anxious to get out of the cold and into the sun this March. According to

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Rain, rain go away

Rain, rain go away

🕔11:25, 21.Feb 2018

By: Julianna Bonnett A weather advisory for Windsor-Essex has issued a special statement this Monday, predicting rainfall for the next few days due to a warm front moving through the region. Environment Canada noted that some of the rainfall might

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Police report

Police report

🕔11:24, 21.Feb 2018

By Julianna Bonnett Windsor Police have charged and arrested a 20-year-old man from Waterloo in connection with the murder of 16-year-old Chance Gauthier, who was shot this past Valentine’s day. According to the Windsor Star, Mal Chol, 20, of Waterloo,

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Valentine’s Day in Windsor

Valentine’s Day in Windsor

🕔12:40, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman  Love is in the air and everywhere to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Windsor. According to Statistics Canada, $71.7 million was spent on flowers for Valentine ’s Day in 2016. There are nearly 18 florists serving the Windsor

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Body found

Body found

🕔12:33, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman The dead body of an unidentified male was found in an alley in the 900 block of Church Street shortly after 7 a.m. this morning. A statement from Windsor Police Services says officers and the forensic identification

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Fighting the Fees

Fighting the Fees

🕔13:17, 9.Feb 2018

By Julianna Bonnett Hundreds of  students at the University of Windsor gathered on campus last Thursday to rally against rising tuition fees. Students showed up to the Fight the Fees protest, which some called a national day of action. According

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Provoking Change

Provoking Change

🕔14:23, 12.Jan 2018

By Julianna Bonnet While many educators and writers are against censoring books for adults, some believe there needs to be a certain level of discretion for children. Reasons for the banning books range from amounts of violence to racist comments.

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Old with the old, in with the new

Old with the old, in with the new

🕔11:36, 1.Dec 2017

    Learning in a library? It is a digital world and according to an Association of Teachers and Lecturers survey, teachers are concerned about the future of school libraries. The study showed that 22 per cent of teachers said

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Keeping afloat

Keeping afloat

🕔11:51, 13.Oct 2017

By Julianna Bonnett Independent book stores in the Windsor area are holding their own when it comes to competition from big book chains. With only a few independent bookstores in the Windsor area, including Biblioasis, Juniper, Storytellers Book Store, PB Books and more, it is a wonder how local book stores are

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The power of the written word

The power of the written word

🕔13:03, 6.Oct 2017

    By Julianna Bonnett Gabrielle Zevin once said, “A place is not really a place without a bookstore.” Many people cannot say their hobby is their vocation but Roger Wurdemann, owner of Juniper Used and Rare books can. No

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The return of the Paperback

The return of the Paperback

🕔12:57, 6.Oct 2017

      Back and better than ever. According to a recent study conducted by Booknet, it appears that a large number of young people are not as interested in digital reading as might have been expected. Booknet stated the reading public is

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Take a book, leave a book

Take a book, leave a book

🕔12:40, 22.Sep 2017

  By Julianna Bonnett All you have to do to is take a book and leave one, it is as simple as it sounds and hundreds of people in the Windsor-Essex area are taking advantage of Little Free Library book

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The real world

The real world

🕔11:50, 21.Apr 2017

By Julianna Bonnett For students entering the real world after high school, it can either be a positive or negative experience. According to a recent unscientific survey done on Survey Monkey, 66 per cent of people polled said high school

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Ford Motor Company pleased with new investment

Ford Motor Company pleased with new investment

🕔13:02, 7.Apr 2017

  Many Windsorites are confident the new Ford Motor Company investment of $1.2 billion will provide work for generations to come. According to the Windsor Star, Ford was expected to announce an investment of up to $600 million at its

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Survival of the bookworm

Survival of the bookworm

🕔14:19, 3.Mar 2017

By Julianna Bonnett   Jerry Seinfeld once said… “A bookstore is one of the only pieces of evidence we have that people are still thinking.” Indigo, Canada’s largest bookstore has an unofficial monopoly on the nation’s bookstore market which makes

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Love can be costly

Love can be costly

🕔11:45, 17.Feb 2017

  J.Lo might say “love don’t cost a thing”… but to others, love can be costly. While cynics tend to refer to Valentine’s Day as a ‘Hallmark holiday,’ many Canadians enjoy expressing their love with greeting cards, chocolate, roses and

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Women’s March on Washington

Women’s March on Washington

🕔12:28, 3.Feb 2017

By Julianna Bonnett Many Windsorites joined the Women’s March on Washington. On Jan. 21, close to two million people marched in cities around the world for the Women’s March.  Michelle Mainwaring and Anne Elizabeth Rudzinski were two of the 50

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Integram Windsor seating strike

Integram Windsor seating strike

🕔13:58, 11.Nov 2016

By Julianna Bonnett Employees at Integram Windsor Seating have ratified after a second tentative agreement was presented on Nov. 7. The bargaining committee negotiated with Integram until a tentative agreement was reached. A ratification vote was held on Nov. 6

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