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Why it is important to understand autism.

Why it is important to understand autism.

🕔13:38, 20.Apr 2018

By Kristian Beaudoin   April is Autism Awareness Month and parents and experts have been spreading a message of understanding and acceptance. Autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder, is a range of conditions involving challenges to social skills, verbal

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Old turns to new as more art comes downtown

Old turns to new as more art comes downtown

🕔16:03, 23.Mar 2018

By: Kristian Beaudoin Students of the school for creative arts program at the University of Windsor will now call the Windsor Armouries home. As of March 22, 2018, two ribbon cutting ceremonies introduced two newly renovated facilities. The first taking

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A look into professional cosplaying

A look into professional cosplaying

🕔14:30, 2.Mar 2018

By Kristian Beaudoin Halloween is not the only time for people to enjoy dressing up as fictional characters. Fans of comic books, television, movies and video games often turn a dress up hobby into a career. Cosplay, short for costume

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Comic book artists of Windsor unmasked

Comic book artists of Windsor unmasked

🕔12:06, 16.Feb 2018

Windsor is known for its artistic appeal with street art and theatrical performances, but was it well known that famed superheroes and comic book characters were drawn by citizens of Windsor and Essex County? Jason Fabok is the artist from

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Future for cycling infrastructure in discussion

Future for cycling infrastructure in discussion

🕔15:58, 15.Dec 2017

By Kristian Beaudoin   The Ontario Government is giving $1.7 million to Windsor for cycling infrastructure, but Windsorites have yet to see what changes will be made. This money is for the purpose of developing easier access for bicycle transportation.

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