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From “T. rex” to teen titan: the story of the “Easter Seals Girl”

From “T. rex” to teen titan: the story of the “Easter Seals Girl”

🕔00:13, 17.Apr 2018

Growing up, life was not kind to Morgan Bennett-Murphy. The kids in grade school called her a T. rex. She traveled to Toronto every few months for reconstructive surgery. And she couldn’t even ride a bike. Morgan is a member

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‘Black Lives Matter’ going unheard in Canada, says local student organization

‘Black Lives Matter’ going unheard in Canada, says local student organization

🕔15:53, 24.Mar 2018

The Travyon Martin shooting sparked the Black Lives Matter movement six years ago, but it has not been limited to the United States. Donneyha Ellis is one of the members of the Caribbean African Organization of Students (CAOS), a student

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Drug seizure leads to three arrests

Drug seizure leads to three arrests

🕔10:33, 23.Mar 2018

Windsor Police Service have made three major drug trafficking arrests. The drugs and guns unit seized 12.4 grams of methamphetamine, $60, a digital scale and packaging from the 5400 block of Reginald Street late Wednesday. A 57-year-old man is charged

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He has no legs, but that’s not stopping him from getting in the ring

He has no legs, but that’s not stopping him from getting in the ring

🕔07:20, 17.Mar 2018

For aspiring professional wrestlers in Windsor, the road to success starts by graduating from secretive Can-Am Wrestling School. (The location of the school is kept quiet to avoid being bombarded by wrestling fans.) And these days, the wrestling students have

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Distracted driving not improving, says Windsor Police Service

Distracted driving not improving, says Windsor Police Service

🕔16:35, 3.Mar 2018

Drivers in Windsor are still unable to put their phones away while behind the wheel, according to police. Windsor police officers are making just as many traffic stops related to distracted driving as they have in recent years, said Sgt.

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Windsor Symphony Orchestra reveals upcoming schedule

Windsor Symphony Orchestra reveals upcoming schedule

🕔08:54, 24.Feb 2018

The music of Mozart, Harry Potter and West Side Story will be showcased during the Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s 2018-2019 season. The WSO has released its concert schedule for the upcoming year. West Side Story In Concert will kick things off on

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Patrick Brown to appear in Windsor today

Patrick Brown to appear in Windsor today

🕔11:33, 23.Feb 2018

The former leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario will be making an appearance in Windsor today. Brown will assist with the opening of Mohammed Latif’s campaign office. Latif will be running in Windsor-Tecumseh as a Conservative candidate. Patrick

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Trudeau’s tweets are problematic, says criminal defense lawyer

Trudeau’s tweets are problematic, says criminal defense lawyer

🕔14:51, 18.Feb 2018

Reactions to the not-guilty verdict of Gerald Stanley, who was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Colten Boushie, are still running rampant throughout the country. Boushie was shot in the head in August 2016 while sitting in

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Innovation minister hosts Liberal meet and greet in Windsor

Innovation minister hosts Liberal meet and greet in Windsor

🕔14:18, 19.Jan 2018

It has been a long time since a Liberal presence was seen in Windsor — that is until this past Tuesday. Navdeep Bains, federal minister of innovation, science and development, made an appearance at the Fogolar Furlan club to meet

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Campus Combat wrestling returns to UWindsor

Campus Combat wrestling returns to UWindsor

🕔14:25, 12.Jan 2018

Windsor’s long-running wrestling promotion made its annual return to the University of Windsor this week. Border City Wrestling hosted its fourth “Campus Combat” Wednesday as a part of the university’s Frosh Week. Organizers said wrestling events like these are about

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Extreme cold warning putting a freeze on Windsor

Extreme cold warning putting a freeze on Windsor

🕔14:08, 5.Jan 2018

 Frigid weather is keeping people inside their homes. Extreme cold warnings are issued when low temperatures create elevated health risks from symptoms such as frostbite and hypothermia. Often, these warnings are issued when conditions reach levels ranging from minus

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Downtown Windsor turkey giveaway attracts longest line in 12 years

Downtown Windsor turkey giveaway attracts longest line in 12 years

🕔14:31, 22.Dec 2017

Plenty of thanks and plenty of giving. That was the common thread at the annual turkey giveaway held on the corner of Ouellette and University Avenue. Local businessman Joe Mikhail continued his 12-year-long tradition Dec. 22 of giving away free

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Wine to be added to annual Christmas pub crawl

Wine to be added to annual Christmas pub crawl

🕔13:59, 22.Dec 2017

Looking for a way to get together with all of your friends on the holidays? Look no further. The Downtown Flight Club is a partnership between Craftheads, Phog Lounge, SnackBar-B-Q, Villains Beastro and The Windsor Beer Exchange. The group is

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New UWindsor app teaches outside the classroom

New UWindsor app teaches outside the classroom

🕔15:12, 15.Dec 2017

The University of Windsor is making it easier for students to succeed. The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has just launched an app for its students. The faculty includes 13 academic departments and is the university’s largest. The

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Swim with Santa at Adventure Bay

Swim with Santa at Adventure Bay

🕔10:55, 8.Dec 2017

Santa is inviting the public to join him as he jumps into the swimming pool. On Dec. 9, Santa and his team of lifeguards – or “elves” – will return to Adventure Bay Family Water Park for the 3rd annual

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Saints Gaming gives high-level feel

Saints Gaming gives high-level feel

🕔13:50, 20.Oct 2017

By Sanjay Maru Saints Gaming is one of Canada’s first varsity esports teams and they are making it extremely easy for the general public to join in on the fun. With an array of televisions and consoles, premier quality gaming

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No place for hate: local men remove hateful graffiti

No place for hate: local men remove hateful graffiti

🕔08:01, 14.Oct 2017

Two local men are being praised after spending their Thanksgiving weekend painting over anti-Islamic graffiti. Jon Liedtke and Ahmed Khalifa knew something had to be done when they saw messages of hate spread throughout the city. “There’s no place for

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St. Clair students to lose “too much education” if there’s a strike

St. Clair students to lose “too much education” if there’s a strike

🕔07:39, 14.Oct 2017

St. Clair College students are feeling the effects of an impending strike. The union representing all 24 of Ontario’s public colleges has set Monday, Oct. 16 as the first day a full-scale strike could begin, and students are concerned. “I

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