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Overcoming Obstacles

Overcoming Obstacles

🕔12:54, 5.May 2016

Nancy Filby, 44, is a caregiver and athlete today, but not so long ago she struggled to even face herself in a mirror, step on a scale or find meaning in her life. She says until around five years ago

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Greg Gnyp Speech from MediaPlex Networking and Awards Night

Greg Gnyp Speech from MediaPlex Networking and Awards Night

🕔16:02, 15.Apr 2016

On April 14, 2016, local media legend Greg Gynp gave a brilliant speech for St. Clair College’s Journalism & Media Convergence students and staff.  It was one of the many highlight of their annual MediaPlex Networking and Awards Night at

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New opportunities on the horizon for the Teutonia Club

New opportunities on the horizon for the Teutonia Club

🕔13:49, 8.Apr 2016

After more than 60 years of meeting at 55 Edinborough St. in Windsor, the Verein Teutonia Club is closing its doors for good and members are anxiously waiting to move to a new hall across town. As of June 1,

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Ward funds return in spite of promises from Trudeau government

Ward funds return in spite of promises from Trudeau government

🕔19:03, 26.Feb 2016

Windsor’s residents may soon see some beautification, safety or technology upgrades to their neighbourhoods now that $400,000 has been approved and distributed evenly to the 10 wards as of last Monday. The city council meeting, which lasted approximately four hours

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Automotive lovers find treasure trove at local library

Automotive lovers find treasure trove at local library

🕔14:59, 5.Feb 2016

After many years of planning, the Windsor Public Library’s Automotive Archives officially opened to the public on Jan. 30. The archive is believed to be the first of its kind for Canada and features more than 5,000 pieces of automotive

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Local experts say dogs are the worst Christmas presents

Local experts say dogs are the worst Christmas presents

🕔12:02, 20.Dec 2015

  Windsor Essex Humane Society employees are excited about breaking last December’s record for most pet adoptions in a year, but still have to discourage residents from giving sheltered animals as gifts during the holidays. According to Canine Rescue’s website,

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The Story of Carrousel    

The Story of Carrousel    

🕔13:35, 17.Dec 2015

As a young Yugoslavian girl who spent most of the first 14 years of her life living in children’s hospitals, transition camps and in war-torn Germany, Ann Thier did not think she would live past her 30s. Now widowed, 80 and living in the one of the most culturally

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University exchange students seek homes for the holidays

University exchange students seek homes for the holidays

🕔13:20, 4.Dec 2015

  The University of Windsor knows all too well that for international students studying here the holiday season can be stressful and lonely. Its International Student Centre is busy preparing for this year’s Host for the Holidays program, a program

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Downtown farmers market raises funds to pay high city bills with tweet

Downtown farmers market raises funds to pay high city bills with tweet

🕔13:08, 6.Nov 2015

  Following council’s decision on Oct. 2 to not waive an additional $3,000 in fees for the use of Charles Clark Square next summer, one Windsorite used social media to launch the campaign that could help the Downtown Windsor Farmers

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Cancer seminar offers new potential survival therapies

Cancer seminar offers new potential survival therapies

🕔16:07, 30.Oct 2015

Grant recipients from Windsor’s Seeds4Hope program spoke at the Giovanni Caboto Club Oct. 28 about the latest discoveries in the causes and treatment of certain cancers. The Seeds4Hope program was created several years ago by the Windsor Essex County Cancer

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Walkerville shops plan for an increase in trick-or-treaters this year

Walkerville shops plan for an increase in trick-or-treaters this year

🕔22:46, 29.Oct 2015

Organizers of the fourth annual Trick-or-Treat event say nearly 500 residents are expected to participate in the festivities this Saturday in Walkerville which would be a record number of kids and possibly furry friends. Local business owner and trick-or-treat event

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Referendum vote could impact students’ health

Referendum vote could impact students’ health

🕔13:59, 20.Feb 2015

By Taylor Busch CP Editor   The Student Representative Council of St. Clair College is looking to increase health benefits and costs for students if enough students vote yes in next week’s election. According to the St. Clair College website,

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Kennedy leads Saints to 66-54 win over Niagara

Kennedy leads Saints to 66-54 win over Niagara

🕔13:54, 20.Feb 2015

By Taylor Busch Staff Reporter   The St. Clair College women’s basketball team defeated the Niagara College Knights at the St. Clair College SportsPlex in Windsor on Feb. 15. Forward Shannon Kennedy led the team scoring 23 points and secured the

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Saints are freezin’ for a reason

Saints are freezin’ for a reason

🕔16:20, 6.Feb 2015

By Taylor Busch Staff Reporter Students and staff of St. Clair College gave back to the community in a big way by participating in the Ontario Law Enforcement’s Polar Plunge at the south campus on Feb. 5. On a cold

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Coats for kids kicks-off

Coats for kids kicks-off

🕔11:49, 14.Nov 2014

By Taylor Busch Staff Reporter   The Coats for Kids Campaign kicked off its 29th year by giving away winter clothing items to more than 120 families at Windsor’s Unemployed Help Centre on Nov. 8. Windsor residents faced near freezing

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LaSalle councillors say $30 million town hall is a “good foundation”

LaSalle councillors say $30 million town hall is a “good foundation”

🕔11:48, 14.Nov 2014

By Taylor Busch CP Editor   In the weeks following the election, LaSalle councillors reflect on their town’s recent purchases as they decide what to do next. Dale Langlois is the current deputy treasurer and manager of finance for the

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ACT’s first production ends on a high note

ACT’s first production ends on a high note

🕔10:51, 24.Oct 2014

    By Taylor Busch Staff Reporter   The last showing of West Side Story took place last weekend at the Olde Walkerville Theatre in Windsor.  It was the first of many performances for Arts Collective Theatre, a new non-profit

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Biker struck in Windsor

Biker struck in Windsor

🕔15:22, 17.Oct 2014

By Taylor Busch CP Editor   A 19-year-old biker was rushed to the hospital following an accident that occurred near Holy Names High School around 7:30 p.m. last Thursday. Witnesses who were present at the scene said the driver of

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LaSalle candidate speaks out

LaSalle candidate speaks out

🕔15:19, 17.Oct 2014

  By Taylor Busch Copy Editor   Growing up in a single parent home has its challenges.  In many cases, children are forced to grow up quickly and take responsibility for their family years before their peers.  Adrien Bezaire was

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The truth behind the freshman 15

The truth behind the freshman 15

🕔12:55, 3.Oct 2014

  By Taylor Busch CP Editor   College and university students across the country are fighting an uphill battle to lose weight and are gaining bad habits in the process. Rumors of the freshman 15 have been circling campuses since

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