Pipes leak at Windsor Regional Hospital, operating rooms unusable

Pipes leak at Windsor Regional Hospital, operating rooms unusable

🕔12:47, 15.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert When it gets cold, pipes freeze. When pipes freeze at the hospital, this can have serious consequences. Two operating rooms were taken out of commission Sunday morning at Windsor Regional Hospital when cooling coils in the air

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Exercise to improve your Immune System

Exercise to improve your Immune System

🕔12:00, 12.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson Exercise is beneficial to people’s health and while scientists cannot say for certain, it appears to be good for the immune system. It is important for people to know 20 – 30 minutes of exercise is needed

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‘An issue that is never really going to go away’

‘An issue that is never really going to go away’

🕔11:27, 12.Jan 2018

By Ryan Jones   More women in the city of Windsor have started to use local shelters, creating a demand for feminine hygiene products.   According to Statistics Canada, as of 2016 there are a total of 130 emergency shelters

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Humane Society urges dog owners to take caution

Humane Society urges dog owners to take caution

🕔19:09, 9.Jan 2018

By Alyssa Horrobin If you get cold standing outside in the snow, your pet does too. That’s the message from the Windsor-Essex Humane Society, which is urging pet owners to be careful in winter. “If they are holding feet up,

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E. coli outbreak connected to Ontario

E. coli outbreak connected to Ontario

🕔11:55, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert A total of 30 cases of E. coli 0157 are being investigated, including six cases in Ontario. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, the outbreak is linked to romaine lettuce and covers five provinces outside

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Hormonal disorder study brings women together from all across Canada

Hormonal disorder study brings women together from all across Canada

🕔15:03, 15.Dec 2017

By Nicole Neuts A University of Windsor professor is conducting an all-female research study about an often misdiagnosed hormonal disorder. Dr. Kendall Soucie, 35, is a psychology professor at the University of Windsor. She started a research study about polycystic

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Rehabilitation services and therapy approaches to heal mental illness.

Rehabilitation services and therapy approaches to heal mental illness.

🕔14:23, 15.Dec 2017

By Tamas Miko Windsor’s Mental Health Connections offers a variety of services for recovery for low-income population and youth. Mental Health Connections was established in 2004 and the agency has been helping thousands of clients recover from their mental illness

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Provincial cannabis legislation passes

Provincial cannabis legislation passes

🕔15:51, 12.Dec 2017

By Millar Hill Pot smokers will soon be lighting up province wide. New legislation, which passed today is designed to ensure a safe transition toward the legalization of recreational cannabis. The law will come into effect by the July 2018

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Coping with kale

Coping with kale

🕔11:01, 8.Dec 2017

By Ryan Jones You can blend it, you can toss it and yes, you can even bake it. According to an article from mindbodygreen.com, the green superfood called kale has been grown globally for more than 2000 years. Why has

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Winter preparations

Winter preparations

🕔10:31, 8.Dec 2017

By Alyssa Leonard Windsorites could be in for a snowy winter — if weather predictions are accurate. The Weather Network released the national outlook for the 2017-2018 winter forecast on Nov. 20. According to their predictions, southern Ontario can expect

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Lifestyle Roundup

Lifestyle Roundup

🕔12:53, 1.Dec 2017

By Ryan Jones   In this week’s lifestyle roundup, explore Windsor’s food industry, discover a new Canadian beauty product and look into a new form of diet.   WindsorEats gets noticed WindsorEats has won Small or Medium Sized Business of

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Flu Season is here

Flu Season is here

🕔12:14, 20.Oct 2017

By Cassidy McNea Flu season is here and health officials are recommending everyone over the age of six months get a flu shot. According to health officials, getting the flu shot can prevent the spread of infection to groups who

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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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Let’s go ride a bike

Let’s go ride a bike

🕔11:05, 13.Oct 2017

By Grace Bauer Windsor is growing to become a more bike-accessible city one lane at a time, affecting many who rely solely on their bike to get around. This year’s city budget included a sum of $400,000 to be spent

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Board the bike bus

Board the bike bus

🕔12:59, 6.Oct 2017

By Alyssa Leonard   Bicycle enthusiasts in Windsor will have a new opportunity to ride on the many trails around Essex County. A pilot project, known as WEBikeBus or Windsor Essex Bike Bus, will launch later this month, where residents

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Feeding Windsor opens three new programs

Feeding Windsor opens three new programs

🕔12:59, 6.Oct 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney People who are struggling and need help will soon be able to access more services at New Song Church.  A food club will be opening at 999 Drouillard Rd. People can get items that would not be

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VegFest returns to Windsor

VegFest returns to Windsor

🕔12:44, 6.Oct 2017

By Kylie Turner The second VegFest in Windsor attracted hundreds of people interested in learning about the ethics of the food they eat. The event was held at the WFCU Centre from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The event’s agenda

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The truth about addiction

The truth about addiction

🕔12:00, 29.Sep 2017

By Cade Ryan   People who recovered from addiction to drugs and alcohol had the opportunity to open up about the struggles they faced on their paths to recovery at an event last month.   The Truth About Addiction event,

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Pick ’em soon

Pick ’em soon

🕔11:28, 29.Sep 2017

Ontario apple growers are expecting a smaller crop with larger apples this year. The inconsistent weather – from drought conditions to downpour rain to hail – has caused problems with tree growth and the way the fruit was pollinated. Because

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Religious leaders say more youth are questioning their faith

Religious leaders say more youth are questioning their faith

🕔12:53, 22.Sep 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney In the past decade, young people have been straying away from going to church. They have started questioning their spirituality, asking more questions and are feeling lost, according to several ministers and non-christian religious leaders. According to

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