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As the temperature rises, the boats come out

As the temperature rises, the boats come out

🕔15:40, 28.Apr 2018

Boating season is here just as the warm weather approaches. It officially started April 13. The Windsor police marine unit will be patrolling the local waterways. “We have fantastic waterways in our community,” said Sgt. Steve Betteridge, reminding the public

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Sho Studios expand the old Borden’s Dairy into an artistic hub

Sho Studios expand the old Borden’s Dairy into an artistic hub

🕔15:00, 28.Apr 2018

By Kati Panasiuk You have probably driven by it numerous times and not even known the artistic flare hidden behind the red brick walls of the old dairy building. Sho Studios has expanded their artistic space from 1,000 sq. ft.

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Justin Bieber comes home to Stratford, Ont. to see exhibit on his life

Justin Bieber comes home to Stratford, Ont. to see exhibit on his life

🕔14:15, 28.Apr 2018

Pop star sensation Justin Bieber has made an unexpected visit to an exhibit on himself in his hometown of Stratford, Ont. The exhibit is called “Steps to Stardom.” It was opened earlier this year in February and details Bieber’s rise

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William and Kate’s new baby has a name

William and Kate’s new baby has a name

🕔14:11, 28.Apr 2018

The Royal baby has a name. This morning the royal couple Prince William and his wife Kate decided to name their third son and fifth in line for the throne, Louis Arthur Charles. He will be known as His Royal

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WSO celebrates Point Pelee National Park’s 100th birthday with a song

WSO celebrates Point Pelee National Park’s 100th birthday with a song

🕔14:05, 28.Apr 2018

Parks Ontario is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, while Point Pelee National Park will be celebrating its 100th. Among the activities planned this year to celebrate its birthday, Point Pelee will be featuring the Windsor Symphony Orchestra with a

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Amherstburg residents will have a new pill in their medicine cabinet

Amherstburg residents will have a new pill in their medicine cabinet

🕔13:58, 28.Apr 2018

Last week’s earthquake in Essex County had some residents wondering about the areas’ emergency response plan in case something ever went wrong at nearby American nuclear power plants. As it would turn out, this week — as a result of

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Toronto van attack victims revealed, city hosts vigil

Toronto van attack victims revealed, city hosts vigil

🕔13:38, 28.Apr 2018

A single mother from Sri Lanka, a chef from Copacabana and a Toronto Maple Leaf fan — all among the 10 deaths from the Toronto van attack. The city is still reeling from the attack, and the hashtag Toronto Strong

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Toronto van attack sparks conversation about ‘Incel Rebellion’

Toronto van attack sparks conversation about ‘Incel Rebellion’

🕔13:34, 28.Apr 2018

The alleged Toronto van attack perpetrator made a post before the attack that has sparked debate about his possible motivations. “The Incel Rebellion has already begun,” posted Alek Minassian. Incel is apparently short for involuntarily celibate. According to Incels.me, a

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An increased number of hepatitis A cases in Michigan

An increased number of hepatitis A cases in Michigan

🕔18:18, 24.Apr 2018

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is seeing a rise in the number of hepatitis A cases throughout the state. In Michigan, there have been more than 800 reported cases, including 25 deaths.  Detroit alone has had more

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UPDATE: Suspect Identified in Bloomfield Road homicide investigation

UPDATE: Suspect Identified in Bloomfield Road homicide investigation

🕔18:10, 24.Apr 2018

The Windsor Police Service has identified a male suspect in relation to the Bloomfield Road homicide investigation. Yusuf Ali, 19, is wanted for one count of first degree murder.  He’s described as being a black male – slim build, 125

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Low Carbs changes lives

Low Carbs changes lives

🕔15:22, 20.Apr 2018

By Jessica Kapasi   Google has released the top search terms for New Year’s resolutions in 2018, with it 10 most googled diets from last year. The ketogenic diet, or more commonly known as “keto” was one people were especially

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Windsor man brings libraries to Africa

Windsor man brings libraries to Africa

🕔15:08, 20.Apr 2018

By Nicole Neuts A local man has been using his free time to help build libraries for African children. Phil Ouelette, 52, has been collecting gently used children’s books for the organization African Library Project since early 2017. Ouellette started

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Yay or Neigh? Horses on the Greenway Trail

Yay or Neigh? Horses on the Greenway Trail

🕔15:07, 20.Apr 2018

The Essex Region Conservation Authority could soon prevent equestrians from riding on the Chrysler Canada Greenway. Horse access is currently restricted to two sections of the 50 km multi-use trail. One section is between South Talbot Road and Concession 4

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A Night to Shine in Windsor

A Night to Shine in Windsor

🕔15:02, 20.Apr 2018

By Grace Bauer People with developmental disorders gathered at Western Secondary School to attend prom. For many, it was their first time attending one. Night to Shine is an event put on by the Tim Tebow Foundation. Tim Tebow, current

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What should be the minimum age to use cannabis after legalization?

What should be the minimum age to use cannabis after legalization?

🕔14:57, 20.Apr 2018

  By Tamas Miko The legalization of cannabis in Ontario will come into effect later in 2018. However, questions arise about what will be the minimum age and if it would be safer for youth. The government is legalizing recreational

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Saddle up for Ontario’s newest budget

Saddle up for Ontario’s newest budget

🕔14:38, 20.Apr 2018

  The province of Ontario has announced it will provide long-term funding to the horse racing industry in an effort to help save jobs for horse owners and breeders. A news release from the Ministry of Finance outlined an agreement

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Do you have an anxious child?

Do you have an anxious child?

🕔14:29, 20.Apr 2018

By Alyssa Leonard When it comes to a child missing school, there is a fine line between truancy and school avoidance or refusal. One of the signs of an anxious child is the refusal of going to school, participating in

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The benefits of board games

The benefits of board games

🕔14:29, 20.Apr 2018

By Ryan Percy People in Windsor-Essex are being offered a chance to take part in a somewhat forgotten activity — board games. Whether they are played with dice, cards, spinners or any other system, board games share a history of

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Feeding Windsor

Feeding Windsor

🕔14:04, 20.Apr 2018

By Precious Alasa Members of the community who are struggling with food insecurity due to poverty, are being helped by Feeding Windsor­­ ­­- a programed launched in 2014. The program, which was originally partnered with St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, provides

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Hearts out for Humboldt

Hearts out for Humboldt

🕔13:57, 20.Apr 2018

By Ryan Jones   An echo of sympathy continues to resonate in response to the recent tragedy from Humboldt, Sask. People not only in Windsor-Essex County, but all over Canada, are propping up hockey sticks outside their front doors.  

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