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Sho Studios expand the old Borden’s Dairy into an artistic hub

Sho Studios expand the old Borden’s Dairy into an artistic hub

🕔15:00, 28.Apr 2018

By Kati Panasiuk You have probably driven by it numerous times and not even known the artistic flare hidden behind the red brick walls of the old dairy building. Sho Studios has expanded their artistic space from 1,000 sq. ft.

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Meet the woman behind the pretty pictures at Clarissa Marie Photography

Meet the woman behind the pretty pictures at Clarissa Marie Photography

🕔21:24, 21.Apr 2018

By Kati Panasiuk She takes considerable care when she holds a newborn baby in her arms. She carefully wraps a soft blanket around the tiny limbs, placing the young child on big pillow before she steps back to analyze the scene.

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Traditional egg hunt goes to the dogs

Traditional egg hunt goes to the dogs

🕔08:08, 7.Apr 2018

By Kati Panasiuk With all the wet noises, wagging tails and plastic, coloured eggs filled with smelly treats littering the grass, it was not your usual egg hunt. The National Service Dogs fundraiser took place at Malden Park March 30

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Windsor man retains MMA featherweight title

Windsor man retains MMA featherweight title

🕔07:22, 24.Mar 2018

A local fighter is gaining ground in the MMA octagon. T.J. Laramie is a 20-year-old defending TKO featherweight champ who beat opponent Joao Nogueira on March 16. He defeated Nogueira in Place Bell in Laval, Que. with a TKO in

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The NDP promises universal dental care program

The NDP promises universal dental care program

🕔07:17, 24.Mar 2018

  The provincial election has not even started, but the NDP are promising a universal dental health care plan. One in three working people do not have a workplace benefits plan and seniors and those on social assistance are left

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“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

🕔13:22, 12.Feb 2018

By Kati Panasiuk The “Plenty of Reasons” video project has won the Technology and New Media Promotional Award at a provincial conference in early February. Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island was given the award by the Economic Developers Council of Ontario

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Salvation Army Christmas kettle campaign finishes well

Salvation Army Christmas kettle campaign finishes well

🕔20:56, 10.Jan 2018

By Kati Panasiuk An organization that runs on donations is pleased to have achieved its financial goals. Major Paul Moulds, of the Salvation Army, said he has been proud of the staff and volunteers over the last five or six

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City considers new dog bylaw during extreme cold weather

City considers new dog bylaw during extreme cold weather

🕔20:46, 10.Jan 2018

By Kati Panasiuk A new bylaw adjustment is being considered by Windsor councilors for dogs tethered outside in the cold. Melanie Coulter, executive director of the Windsor-Essex Humane Society, said they always encourage people to bring their dogs inside when

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Volunteers working to clothe homeless during the coldest days of winter

Volunteers working to clothe homeless during the coldest days of winter

🕔13:51, 8.Jan 2018

By Kati Panasiuk A group of Windsor women are coming together to help the homeless in the coldest days of winter. Filling up an SUV with as many hats, mittens, scarfs, coats and socks donated from people around Windsor and

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Border City Wrestling returns to Windsor

Border City Wrestling returns to Windsor

🕔12:07, 16.Oct 2017

By Kati Panasiuk Wrestling enthusiasts gathered for the opportunity to see big names perform at the St.Clair College Sportsplex on the weekend. On Oct. 14, Border City Wrestling hosted a live event with more 1000 people in attendance. The biggest

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Celebrating Windsor 125

Celebrating Windsor 125

🕔16:56, 29.May 2017

Windsor celebrated its 125th birthday last weekend, bringing together the many cultures that reside in the city. Windsor closed the streets of the downtown core so people could experience events throughout the weekend without traffic. Large screens and stages were scattered

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Spitfires and Veterans team up to plant flowers

Spitfires and Veterans team up to plant flowers

🕔12:15, 2.Dec 2016

By Kati Panasiuk The first of many legacy projects has been completed as a result of Windsor hosting the 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup. The Memorial Gardens were planted in the roundabout at the WFCU Centre by a group of youth,

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More support needed for Canadian Veterans

More support needed for Canadian Veterans

🕔12:29, 28.Oct 2016

Many Canadian soldiers who have returned home from Afghanistan after suffering the horrors of war, are continuing to experience psychological effects and some are killing themselves. According to a 2015 report by The Globe and Mail, 54 veterans have committed

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Suicide numbers on the rise among Canadian veterans

Suicide numbers on the rise among Canadian veterans

🕔14:02, 14.Oct 2016

Suicidal thoughts are a daily occurrence in a soldier’s mind that has post-traumatic stress disorder. Each year, media outlets release the deaths of a soldiers who committed suicide. While citizens see what is on the news, the core problem is

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Quilts of Valour

Quilts of Valour

🕔13:20, 30.Sep 2016

Showing appreciation does not come as warm as it does from a quilted hug of support. The ladies of Quilts of Valour Canada come together every month to volunteer their time and give quilts to wounded veterans across the country.

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Jobin Farms Fire

Jobin Farms Fire

🕔10:19, 22.Apr 2016

Jobin Farms (pictured above) is hoping to rebuild after a fire claimed the lives of an estimated amount of over 100 cattle April 18. No people were injured. Neighbours came to gather the surviving dairy cows away from the fire.

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Legal firearm ownership in Canada

Legal firearm ownership in Canada

🕔14:03, 4.Mar 2016

By Kati Panasiuk Blitz Reporter Gun laws in Canada are a questionable topic when it comes to responsible ownership of firearms and whether they are efficient at keeping the public safe. The Liberal Party of Canada has listed their new

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Life changing career options at St. Clair

Life changing career options at St. Clair

🕔13:04, 5.Feb 2016

A program at St. Clair College is giving adults another opportunity for post-secondary education. The Academic and Career Entrance program is helping hundreds of adults each year achieve their goal of attending college. Instructors at A.C.E. teach students the equivalent

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Black Friday at Devonshire Mall

Black Friday at Devonshire Mall

🕔13:25, 27.Nov 2015

   

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Windsorite R&B artist achieves opportunity of a lifetime

Windsorite R&B artist achieves opportunity of a lifetime

🕔11:44, 20.Nov 2015

Tony Coates is pictured on Pitt Street in downtown Windsor on November 19, 2015 Photograph by Kati Panasiuk   By Kati Panasiuk Windsor music has a fresh new sound in the industry as a young man’s voice is the center

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