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Clawing their way to the top

Clawing their way to the top

🕔14:23, 20.Oct 2017

With the echo of barks and meows as its soundtrack, the South Windsor Animal Hospital gave back to the community with its annual Trim Claws for a Cause charity event. The event, which is in its sixth year, sought to

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Small Biz Expo has record-breaking numbers

Small Biz Expo has record-breaking numbers

🕔14:09, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi   Small Business Month is here and Windsor’s entrepreneurs celebrated at this year’s Small Biz Expo 2017. The expo had a record-breaking number of vendors this year with 75 small businesses participating. The Small Business Centre’s Executive

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BookFest takes on new opportunities by bringing in new local authors

BookFest takes on new opportunities by bringing in new local authors

🕔14:02, 20.Oct 2017

By Travis Conant Windsor’s 16th annual BookFest is bringing new opportunities to local authors. BookFest is a way to celebrate the work of Canadian authors’ in all forms of writing, whether it is poetry, non-fiction, horror or romance. “This BookFest

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Impact Star Wars has had on local comic book stores

Impact Star Wars has had on local comic book stores

🕔13:59, 20.Oct 2017

By Jordan Ferris Since the revitalization of the Star Wars movie saga in 2015, local comic book store owners have seen a trend increase in Star Wars related business. With Star Wars comics being released more consistently since Marvel acquired

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Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

🕔13:56, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is closing down for renovations until Oct. 30. According to The City of Windsor, Windsorites can expect a few changes to the tunnel when it reopens. Due to moisture, salt, exhaust and truck impact,

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Ste. Anne’s steeple to rise next month

Ste. Anne’s steeple to rise next month

🕔13:34, 20.Oct 2017

By Joyce St. Antoine Ste. Anne’s Parish in Tecumseh will finally get their steeple up. On Nov. 6, 2017 the steeple will be lifted after ten years on the ground. According to Father Eugene Roy, in restoring the Church, the

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While national scouting shrinks, Windsor-Essex grows strong

While national scouting shrinks, Windsor-Essex grows strong

🕔13:30, 20.Oct 2017

By Ryan Percy Despite the drought nationwide of new youth into Scouts Canada, the Windsor-Essex area is doing well. Fears of the Scout Shop closing are creating fears about the future of scouting, even though the area saw a three

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What is with all the empty storefronts in Essex?

What is with all the empty storefronts in Essex?

🕔13:28, 20.Oct 2017

By Miranda Monahan The town of Essex used to have many thriving businesses. Now, it seems things have changed. When walking or driving through downtown Essex, it is not uncommon to see empty storefronts. Some of these buildings are boarded

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Halloween Spooktacular

Halloween Spooktacular

🕔13:21, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi   A local organization is welcoming Halloween with the spirit of giving. Transition to Betterness, a finalist for the 2017 Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce Pillars of our Community Award, is hosting their second annual Halloween Spooktacular.

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St. Clair College hosts baseball championship

St. Clair College hosts baseball championship

🕔13:11, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi   St. Clair College is hosting the 2017 OCAA Men’s Baseball Championship at Bert Lacasse Park Oct. 20-21. The park has hosted many major provincial championships in the past and its bleachers can hold several hundred spectators.

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Weekly sports roundup

Weekly sports roundup

🕔12:30, 20.Oct 2017

By0 Jordan Ferris Local Sports On Oct. 18 the St. Clair Saints men’s soccer team traveled to London to face the Fanshawe Falcons . The Saints battled hard for the entire game but ended up with a 2-1 loss. The

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Monarch counting

Monarch counting

🕔12:26, 20.Oct 2017

By Alyssa Leonard Monarch butterflies have had an easier migration year compared to 2016. The monarch migration across North America is a unique phenomenon that has been happening for centuries. Seen twice a year at Point Pelee National Park, the

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Cycling for diabetes

Cycling for diabetes

🕔10:37, 17.Oct 2017

By March Ren What if people have a disease but no way to cure it? Type1 diabetes is a form of diabetes mellitus in which not enough insulin is produced and results in high blood-sugar levels in the body. The

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Community support on the Ganatchio Trail

Community support on the Ganatchio Trail

🕔13:55, 16.Oct 2017

By Angelica Haggert Members of Riverside Baptist Church, along with community participants were led down the path by Mayor Drew Dilkens, in support of a 75-year-old  Sara Anne Widholm, a grandmother who was brutally attacked on the trail on the morning

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Costumes for kids

Costumes for kids

🕔13:52, 16.Oct 2017

By Dawn Gray Local children who may have gone without a Halloween costume can look forward to trick-or-treating in some hallo-gear being donated by the public. The seventh annual Costumes for Kids campaign is being organized by students of Walkerville

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40th Detroit Free Press Marathon

40th Detroit Free Press Marathon

🕔13:14, 16.Oct 2017

By Shirley Feng The 40th Detroit Free Press Marathon was run this weekend between Detroit and Windsor, lasting for two days. The weekend of races kicked off with the American Home Fitness 5K and Meijer Kids Fun Run on Saturday,

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Sundays in the studio

Sundays in the studio

🕔11:20, 16.Oct 2017

By Alexandra Hristoff Sundays in the Studio at the Art Gallery of Windsor offers guests an opportunity to use new mediums with hands-on instruction from experienced artists. For the past five years, the AGW has been hosting these family-oriented events

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New downtown fitness centre gives back

New downtown fitness centre gives back

🕔09:11, 14.Oct 2017

The owner of a new business in the downtown core is lending a hand to help the Downtown Mission. True Fitness owner Luis Mendez said the growing needs of the homeless population in Windsor pushed him to create a fundraising

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Building a dream for future women

Building a dream for future women

🕔09:00, 14.Oct 2017

Businesses, schools and government have all joined together to “Build a Dream” for women and girls in Windsor and Essex County. As part of a celebration for International Day of the Girl, Hackforge Windsor invited females to its community centre

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WIFF, Canada’s second largest film festival, about to kick off its 13th year in Windsor

WIFF, Canada’s second largest film festival, about to kick off its 13th year in Windsor

🕔08:55, 14.Oct 2017

In its 13th year, the Windsor International Film Festival, a nonprofit cultural organization, has gained a reputation for showing and celebrating film from Canada and around the world. “This is the second largest film festival in Canada,” said Ian Wood,

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