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Good dogs on good friday

Good dogs on good friday

🕔12:27, 6.Apr 2018

By Zander Kelly What do dogs and eggs have in common? They were involved in the Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs. The fundraising event, hosted by National Service Dogs, was held at Malden Park on Good Friday from 11 a.m.

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Open Studios at School of Fine Arts

Open Studios at School of Fine Arts

🕔11:39, 4.Apr 2018

By Zander Kelly Students at the University of Windsor School of Fine Arts are showing off their talent. On Wednesday, March 14th, the senior students of the fine arts program held the event Open Studios to display their works to

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New technologies at merged school

New technologies at merged school

🕔13:00, 2.Mar 2018

By Zander Kelly The new principal of St. Teresa of Calcutta Elementary School is not new to her students or staff at all. The school, located on Chandler Road, is formed with students of St. Bernard and St. Jules elementary

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Olympic Aspirations

Olympic Aspirations

🕔11:47, 16.Feb 2018

by Zander Kelly The Olympics are on in Pyeongchang, but back home Jake Ellis is making strides to one day compete. The 12-year-old Essex youth started out playing hockey six years ago but soon after approached his mother about becoming

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A Tale of Two Bridges

A Tale of Two Bridges

🕔13:47, 2.Feb 2018

By Zander Kelly Business owner Mary-Ann Cuderman who lives on Windsor’s west side, is preparing for the construction of two new bridge spans. The construction will cause major disruptions for a number of years. Cuderman has been a resident of

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University downtown campus worth the wait

University downtown campus worth the wait

🕔13:02, 12.Jan 2018

By Zander Kelly Several hundred students at the School of Creative Arts at the University of Windsor now have a home in the former Windsor Armouries building.   The large-scale construction project was first estimated to be completed in 2014,

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Loot Boxes – Gambling?

Loot Boxes – Gambling?

🕔11:42, 12.Jan 2018

By Zander Kelly It was widely reported that gamers around the world felt outrage recently when Electronic Arts Games released the highly-anticipated game, Star Wars Battlefront ll (2016).   When players had started the game, they realized characters like Luke

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Why do we still watch superheroes?

Why do we still watch superheroes?

🕔12:50, 1.Dec 2017

By Zander Kelly You see them on television. In movies. On Netflix. Superheroes are a genre that have saturated the market. From DC’s Arrow and The Flash to Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD and Inhumans to Netflix’s Daredevil, Defenders and Punisher,

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Beethoven’s Musical Beer Garden

Beethoven’s Musical Beer Garden

🕔14:21, 13.Oct 2017

  By Zander Kelly The Windsor Symphony Orchestra has teamed up with Craft Heads Brewery to create a night of beer and Beethoven. The first ever Beethoven’s Beer Garden will be held on Oct.18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Capitol

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Diplomats Drum Corps marches into new season

Diplomats Drum Corps marches into new season

🕔12:18, 6.Oct 2017

By Zander Kelly Members of the Diplomats Drum and Bugle Corps have ended their fifth season with smiles and celebrations. Bob Thwaites is the director of the Corps and said the awards night on Sept. 30 marked the end of

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WSO String Orchestra hands baton to audience

WSO String Orchestra hands baton to audience

🕔12:43, 29.Sep 2017

By Zander Kelly Audience members were allowed to conduct the Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s string band regardless of prior skill. The WSO’s Conduct Us event, held at the University of Windsor on Thursday, allowed any passersby to take up the baton

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Windsor symphony orchestra gears up for new season

Windsor symphony orchestra gears up for new season

🕔09:37, 29.Sep 2017

  By Zander Kelly Symphony music fans in Windsor have a lot to look forward to as the Windsor Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 70th year with a grand list of concerts, including The Music of Star Wars. “It’s a season

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Downtown shop owner goes on own terms

Downtown shop owner goes on own terms

🕔10:44, 21.Apr 2017

By Zander Kelly After almost 50 years Riaz Bhatti is ready to retire. Bhatti, 71, is the owner of World Cottage, an antiques and trinkets shop at 553 Ouellette Ave. World Cottage opened in the early 1970s with $20 and a lot

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New business hosts video challenge fundraisers

New business hosts video challenge fundraisers

🕔13:28, 7.Apr 2017

A Windsor entrepreneur has created a uniquely new company that seeks to help charities and non-profit organizations host special challenges. Starting this year, Excideo will allow organizations to host “challenges” in order to raise money. This website was founded by

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Transit upgrades mean talking buses

Transit upgrades mean talking buses

🕔14:08, 3.Mar 2017

by Zander Kelly Windsor’s buses are now talking to their riders. Since late February, 10 Transit Windsor buses have been fitted with a system providing verbal and visual announcements regarding the location of the bus and the next stop on

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Milk closes its doors

Milk closes its doors

🕔13:06, 10.Feb 2017

By Zander Kelly A downtown Windsor business has closed its doors after 18 years. Milk was a local coffee bar that regularly hosted local artists’ work and music groups. Milk was taken over by Arsh Bhatia, 24, in January 2016.

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Council plans new districts

Council plans new districts

🕔13:18, 3.Feb 2017

by Zander Kelly Windsor may soon include clearly defined distillery and little Italy districts after a decision by city council to fund such projects. During the annual budget meeting Jan. 23, city council unanimously moved to put $250,000 into “districting

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Premier Wynne Visits Ontario Colleges

Premier Wynne Visits Ontario Colleges

🕔12:49, 27.Jan 2017

By Zander Kelly Windsor was not on the list of colleges that Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne visited this week. Her stops included colleges in Toronto, London, Waterloo, Guelph, North Bay and Sault Ste. Marie. A representative from the Premier’s office

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Windsorites tour Howe Bridge plaza

Windsorites tour Howe Bridge plaza

🕔12:00, 25.Nov 2016

by Zander Kelly   Windsor residents were invited to tour the site of the future Gordie Howe Bridge plaza on Nov. 19. The bridge will connect the Herb Gray Parkway to the American interstates 75 and 94. It is estimated

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Gigantic flag almost at goal

Gigantic flag almost at goal

🕔12:12, 18.Nov 2016

By Zander Kelly Windsor can get ready for a new boost of national pride as the Great Canadian Flag Project gets closer to completion. The Great Canadian Flag Project was first proposed in 1980 by Thomas McDade. His idea was

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