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St. Clair College machine shop pit crew at the FIRST robotics competition

St. Clair College machine shop pit crew at the FIRST robotics competition

🕔15:58, 20.Apr 2018

                    By Kenneth Pastushyn   “The Windsor Essex Great Lakes Regional (FIRST Robotics Competition) is one part NASCAR, one part Super Bowl and one part rock concert.” – Michael J. Beneteau,

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Paul Pratt’s birding tours at Point Pelee

Paul Pratt’s birding tours at Point Pelee

🕔14:05, 20.Apr 2018

    By Kenneth Pastushyn.       One of North America’s top birders will be leading a series of spring bird migration field courses at Point Pelee National Park from mid-April to mid-May.   Former head naturalist at the

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Baby sloth visits Tecumseh Mall

Baby sloth visits Tecumseh Mall

🕔13:29, 6.Apr 2018

By Kenneth Pastushyn A six-month-old two-toed baby sloth made a special appearance at Windsor’s Tecumseh Mall in March. Chloe the sloth was there as part of Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo’s live animal exhibit for children and their parents to learn

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Windsor Model Railroad Club fall open house

Windsor Model Railroad Club fall open house

🕔12:58, 1.Dec 2017

By Kenneth Pastushyn Members of the Windsor Model Railroad Club held their fall open house in hope of increasing their membership. The open house offered a chance for visitors to learn more about the hobby and operate many of the

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Vegan desserts at VegFest

Vegan desserts at VegFest

🕔12:36, 13.Oct 2017

By Kenneth Pastushyn   At VegFest, you can have your vegan cheesecake and eat it, too. You could also have vegan pecan pie, vegan cinnamon sugar donuts or vegan cupcakes from a few of the vendors who took part in

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Harrow Research and Development Centre open house

Harrow Research and Development Centre open house

🕔13:09, 6.Oct 2017

By Kenneth Pastushyn People were able to learn about the agricultural activities the Harrow Research and Development Centre has to offer at its open house. Visitors took guided tours on a covered wagon pulled by a John Deere tractor. The

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Science uncorked

Science uncorked

🕔13:57, 22.Sep 2017

By Kenneth Pastushyn   More than 100 people turned up at the University of Windsor’s faculty of science lecture at the Art Gallery of Windsor to learn about science and wine. From Ice Age to Ice Wine was the first

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Being Bozo

Being Bozo

🕔09:57, 2.Dec 2016

By Kenneth Pastushyn Remembering Bozo’s Big Top is one of the 500 Ways to Know You’re From Windsor. Bozo’s Big Top was on every weekday at 8 a.m. from 1967 to 1975 on CKLW TV9 before you went to school,

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Lakeshore Cinemas

The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Lakeshore Cinemas

🕔14:48, 28.Oct 2016

By Kenneth Pastushyn     Oliver Wendell Holmes, a former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court once said “you can’t shout fire in a crowded theatre.” But you can shout obscenities at Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick while watching a midnight

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Miracle League of Amherstburg baseball

Miracle League of Amherstburg baseball

🕔14:37, 21.Oct 2016

By Kenneth Pastushyn “Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball,” is the motto of Miracle Leagues throughout North America, giving children with disabilities a chance the step up to the plate. The Miracle League of Amherstburg played their next

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Orchid show vendor

Orchid show vendor

🕔14:54, 30.Oct 2015

                Members of the Windsor Orchid Society are trying to make anyone with a green thumb aware there is more to orchids than the ones you buy at the big box stores.  

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Team Canada BBQ at the LaSalle craft beer fest

Team Canada BBQ at the LaSalle craft beer fest

🕔13:45, 16.Oct 2015

Beer drinkers at the LaSalle Craft Beer Festival used their brews to wash down award-winning ribs cooked up by Canada’s national BBQ team.   Canada has a national barbeque team and they have done very well in international competition. “These

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Adopt-a-bird at the festival of the hawks

Adopt-a-bird at the festival of the hawks

🕔15:27, 9.Oct 2015

Volunteers from the non-profit Holiday Beach Migration Observatory are using their Adopt-a-Bird program as their main source of funding for capturing and banding birds. The banding program takes place during the Festival of the Hawks, in the second and third

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Breakfast on the farm and the real dirt on farming

Breakfast on the farm and the real dirt on farming

🕔13:05, 2.Oct 2015

By Kenneth Pastushyn, Converged Citizen Staff   Did you know that big corporations have not taken over Canadian farms? The Real Dirt on Farming, published by the Farm & Food Care foundation, explains the ins and outs of farming. Real

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Robotics tournament grows in Windsor

Robotics tournament grows in Windsor

🕔12:47, 10.Apr 2015

By Kenneth Pastushyn   The second annual Windsor-Essex Great Lakes FIRST Robotics Regional competition took place at the University of Windsor’s St. Denis Centre. There are seven regional robotics tournaments in Canada and Windsor’s is the largest. Around fifty teams

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BMO employees give advice on budgeting

BMO employees give advice on budgeting

🕔12:27, 10.Apr 2015

    Not being disciplined and not having goals are two big reasons why people struggle with budgets. That was the general consensus at the Bank of Montreal booth inside the former Rona store at this year’s Windsor Home and Garden

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Windsor Express Draws Crowds

Windsor Express Draws Crowds

🕔14:30, 27.Feb 2015

Windsor Express Draws Crowds   By Ken Pastushyn Friday, February 27, 2015. The Windsor Express, currently holding a 21 and nine record, are struggling to fill the seats at the WFCU Centre. Last year the Express won the National Basketball

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Super Bowl snow storm

Super Bowl snow storm

🕔13:49, 6.Feb 2015

                By Ken Pastushyn The Super Bowl is one of the two biggest football events of the year at the John Max sports bar on Dougall Road, according to one of the managers.

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Increased sales at the Provincial Chrysler dealership

Increased sales at the Provincial Chrysler dealership

🕔17:15, 7.Nov 2014

Sales at the Provincial Chrysler dealership are increasing partly because of the improving economy. Sales of the Chrysler 200, Ram 1500, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Chargers and Challengers have also been higher in the past. “Ram  trucks are a

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Increased Sales at Provincial Chrysler

Increased Sales at Provincial Chrysler

🕔15:51, 7.Nov 2014

by Kenneth Pastushyn Sales at the Provincial Chrysler dealership are increasing partly because of the improving economy. Sales of the Chrysler 200, Ram 1500, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Chargers and Challengers have also been higher in the past. “Ram

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