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Just what the doctor ordered to keep Windsor’s downtown record store alive

Just what the doctor ordered to keep Windsor’s downtown record store alive

🕔14:06, 21.Apr 2018

By Todd Shearon If a record is spinning, it can play beautiful music. But sometimes the record needs to be changed. Dr. Disc has been become a downtown staple for Windsor music buyers since first opening in 1986. The local

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WDBA announces public bridge meetings

WDBA announces public bridge meetings

🕔12:45, 17.Apr 2018

By Todd Shearon It is time to bridge the information gap. The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) announced two public information meetings to be held on both sides of the border. The first meeting will take place on Tuesday, April 17,

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Support for #HumboldtStrong continues

Support for #HumboldtStrong continues

🕔12:08, 17.Apr 2018

By Todd Shearon It seems that one day is just not enough to wear jerseys this year. Canadians across the country wore hockey jerseys in place of their regular school and work attire April 12 in support of the Humboldt

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Windsor’s Finest Football Academy levels up

Windsor’s Finest Football Academy levels up

🕔09:45, 14.Apr 2018

A collection of NFL and CFL players took on the youth of Windsor on Saturday. Dallas Cowboy and Windsor native Tyrone Crawford returned to his hometown to host Windsor’s Finest Football Academy at the University of Windsor’s Alumni Field. Professional

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Sarnia ends Spitfires playoff run

Sarnia ends Spitfires playoff run

🕔10:01, 7.Apr 2018

By Todd Shearon Windsor’s back-to-back Memorial Cup hopes were shot down on Easter. The defending 2017 Memorial Cup champions were eliminated in the first round of the OHL playoffs last Sunday losing 5-2 to the Sarnia Sting. Sarnia took advantage

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Casino hosting pays off for City of Windsor

Casino hosting pays off for City of Windsor

🕔09:54, 7.Apr 2018

By Todd Shearon The City of Windsor has continued to win big with OLG. Recently released figures show more than $10 million in slot revenue came to the City for hosting Caesars Windsor since March 2016. Proceeds have gone to

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Work Week Wakeup contest surprising workers on Monday mornings

Work Week Wakeup contest surprising workers on Monday mornings

🕔15:11, 30.Mar 2018

By Todd Shearon There’s a new reason to wake up on Monday mornings and start the week in style. But somebody needs to provide the coffee and doughnuts. You could be the office hero and Blackburn Radio’s Mix 96.7fm could

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County Road 42 collision ends in death

County Road 42 collision ends in death

🕔07:28, 24.Mar 2018

A Lakeshore man involved in a collision on Essex County Road 42 has died. Jesse Thurlby, 19, suffered life threatening injuries when he lost control of his vehicle while heading westbound before being struck by an oncoming around 9:50 p.m.

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Hedley concert cancelled, disappointment follows

Hedley concert cancelled, disappointment follows

🕔13:51, 20.Mar 2018

By Todd Shearon When Caesars Windsor cancelled the March 11 performance of Canadian pop-rock band Hedley, one Windsor woman was affected a little deeper than other fans. Melissa Jamrog, a 39-year-old mother of four, was preparing for the first public

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Spitfires raise Taylor Hall to the rafters

Spitfires raise Taylor Hall to the rafters

🕔08:58, 3.Mar 2018

By Todd Shearon The WFCU Centre was filled to capacity to honour the “greatest Spitfires’ player of all time.” During a pregame banner raising ceremony, the Windsor Spitfires enshrined Taylor Hall’s No. 4 in the rafters alongside the other Spitfire

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Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

🕔13:47, 12.Feb 2018

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires are used to winning Memorial Cup championships, but they are also familiar with great loss. It has been ten years since former Windsor Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud died suddenly in 2009 from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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Windsor SOUP awards entrepreneurs

Windsor SOUP awards entrepreneurs

🕔09:38, 2.Feb 2018

By Todd Shearon “And the award goes to … … Furnish Refurbish.” While some were winning Grammy awards on Sunday night, two young entrepreneurs were taking home top honours at Windsor SOUP. Colton Taylor and Cameron Snively are co-founders of

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That’s how I roll

That’s how I roll

🕔20:01, 23.Jan 2018

By Todd Shearon “You’re an outsider.” “You’re not like us.” “You don’t belong.” One of Windsor’s most notable advocates for disability rights, Justin Artale, has spent his whole life being told these things. But Artale does not need a reminder.

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Ambassador Bridge nearing end of the road

Ambassador Bridge nearing end of the road

🕔22:39, 10.Jan 2018

You will miss it when it is gone. Reporter Todd Shearon takes one last look at the structure connecting two countries for nearly 100 years. https://youtu.be/n5eOgyh4sdo    

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GECDSB signs new Indigenous protocol

GECDSB signs new Indigenous protocol

🕔17:12, 12.Dec 2017

By Todd Shearon The GECDSB signed a new protocol agreement Dec. 11 to implement Indigenous culture in their curriculum. In an effort to protect and enhance Indigenous culture in public schools, the agreement states the GECDSB will hire more Indigenous

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Health care legislation passes

Health care legislation passes

🕔16:28, 12.Dec 2017

By Elle Remington Ontario is leading the way with new legislation in health care. The Strengthening Quality and Accountability for Patients Act, 2017 puts the care of patients and families first. The intention is that the public will now receive

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Christmas Gift Show supports local businesses

Christmas Gift Show supports local businesses

🕔15:39, 12.Dec 2017

It was chilly as the first snow of the year fell, but at the WFCU Centre it was cozy and happy on Dec. 9. The First Annual CC’s Christmas Gift show provided a wide variety of Christmas gifts options with

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Bright Lights Windsor shines

Bright Lights Windsor shines

🕔14:07, 11.Dec 2017

By Todd Shearon The holiday season got a little brighter this weekend for Windsor residents. The much anticipated Bright Lights Windsor opened at Jackson Park with an inaugural tree lighting ceremony on Friday night. Mayor Drew Dilkens was excited to

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Parks Canada announces free admission for youth

Parks Canada announces free admission for youth

🕔13:52, 4.Dec 2017

By Todd Shearon National parks across Canada will be free for people 17 and under in 2018. As part of the Canada 150 celebrations parks were free to all visitors during 2017. The free passes boosted attendance at national parks

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Four teens injured in DIA shooting

Four teens injured in DIA shooting

🕔12:57, 4.Dec 2017

By Todd Shearon Detroit Police have now detained a 16-year-old boy for questioning about a Saturday night shooting near the Detroit Institute of Arts. Four teenagers were injured when an unknown shooter opened fire at John R. and Farnsworth Streets during

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