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Little stands in the way of a sled dog and its love of running

Little stands in the way of a sled dog and its love of running

🕔16:01, 18.Feb 2018

It’s so Canadian — heading into the snow, hooking up a team of dogs and yelling MUSH. No snow … no problem, no experience … no problem. From late September to early May, there is little that will keep a

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Senior winter games brings out the timeless spirit of competitors

Senior winter games brings out the timeless spirit of competitors

🕔15:53, 18.Feb 2018

By Jillian Toman The residents of Schlegel’s The Village at St. Clair set out to prove competition is part of a timeless spirit. Four local residents of the long-term care facility will go on to compete in the 2018 Schlegel

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More than 10 people lost lives from the flu in Windsor this year

More than 10 people lost lives from the flu in Windsor this year

🕔15:35, 18.Feb 2018

The Windsor health unit reports an estimated of 10 people lost their lives from the flu this year. Lora Piccinin, manager of infectious disease prevention at the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, said all 10 deaths have been linked to outbreaks

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Community plunges in icy water to raise funds for Special Olympics

Community plunges in icy water to raise funds for Special Olympics

🕔15:27, 18.Feb 2018

The Windsor-Essex Polar Plunge is being held at St. Clair College’s main campus in cooperation with Windsor Police and the Windsor-Essex Torch-Run to raise funds for Special Olympics. According to Windsor Polar Plunge’s website, they have a goal of raising

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Windsor preparing for possible surface flooding

Windsor preparing for possible surface flooding

🕔15:13, 18.Feb 2018

The rising temperatures and forecast rain could test the city’s storm sewers yet again. On many residential roads, catch basins are blocked by mounds of snow left behind by plowing, especially around parked cars. “Sometimes people wouldn’t, couldn’t move their

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Trudeau’s tweets are problematic, says criminal defense lawyer

Trudeau’s tweets are problematic, says criminal defense lawyer

🕔14:51, 18.Feb 2018

Reactions to the not-guilty verdict of Gerald Stanley, who was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Colten Boushie, are still running rampant throughout the country. Boushie was shot in the head in August 2016 while sitting in

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Motor City strike comes to a close

Motor City strike comes to a close

🕔15:34, 16.Feb 2018

  By Matt Flood Negotiations have ended the strike between management and employees at Motor City Chrysler in Windsor.     The strike began Jan. 30 after talks between the employees and management failed to reach an agreement. The employees

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Weekends Heavy Snowfall Affects Small Businesses

Weekends Heavy Snowfall Affects Small Businesses

🕔15:33, 16.Feb 2018

By Lauren O’Brien Small business owners say they are working hard to keep up with the recent heavy snowfall. Last weekend, around 30 centimetres of snow fell on the City of Windsor. On Friday, 18.4 centimetres of snow fell, which

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Wynne in the hot seat

Wynne in the hot seat

🕔13:52, 16.Feb 2018

By Kacie Cooper Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne fielded questions Thursday during a townhall at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts in Windsor. Topics ranged from mental health, well water testing in Chatham-Kent, the rates for Hydro One and funding

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Iona College

Iona College

🕔13:12, 16.Feb 2018

  The front of Iona College at 208 Sunset Ave. (Photo by Miranda Monahan.)   By Miranda Monahan   Windsor city councilors have decided not to designate Iona College as a historic building. Iona College has quite a rich history

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Young CEO finds importance in Hockey

Young CEO finds importance in Hockey

🕔12:51, 16.Feb 2018

By Tate Harris A young CEO is seeing the importance of hockey in his life while trying to balance his business and the sport. Ameen Fadel is 18 and started his own company, Cedar Valley Selections, when he was 16 after he heard about a $3,000 grant from a government program for young entrepreneurs. Fadel

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Entertainment Roundup

Entertainment Roundup

🕔12:50, 16.Feb 2018

Black Panther unleashed By Kylie Turner Black Panther is a 2018 Superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character. The film is directed by Ryan Coogler from a screenplay by him and Joe Robert Cole. The film stars Chadwick Boseman

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Military studies conference

Military studies conference

🕔12:42, 16.Feb 2018

By Christina Chibani Experienced military veterans and historians came together to discuss the battles of Canadian wars at a conference open to the public. The 13th annual Windsor Military Studies Conference took place this past weekend to provide education through

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Windsor businesses forming closer ties

Windsor businesses forming closer ties

🕔12:39, 16.Feb 2018

Natalie Bourgoin at her booth at the Windsor Essex Professional Business Exhibition on February 8, 2018. (Photo by Kaitlynn) Story by Kaitlynn Kenney Small businesses are connecting together to better serve customers. On Feb.  8, the Giovanni Caboto Club and Go

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Community night

Community night

🕔12:34, 16.Feb 2018

By Kylie Turner Every Monday, Carrots N’ Dates hosts a Community Night from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Carrots N’ Dates provides a place for family and friends to eat, drink and connect in Walkerville. The Community Night includes board

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Stay Planted

Stay Planted

🕔12:30, 16.Feb 2018

By Grace Bauer Winter plant sales at a local greenhouse are in full bloom. Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens in Kingsville carries a wide range of plants and the snowy winter weather does not stop people from buying them. In fact, it

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Windsor’s Ten Thousand Villages to close

Windsor’s Ten Thousand Villages to close

🕔12:21, 16.Feb 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine Originating in 1946, Ten Thousand Villages is a nonprofit organization which brings products into Canada from developing countries to sell. From its first location on Sandwich Street in 2004, the store moved to the Walkerville area

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Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is

🕔12:07, 16.Feb 2018

  By Cody Wall On average, people move 11 times in their life. Unusually, one Windsorite has spent most of her life in one house. Over the past several decades Eunice Jones, 87, has grown attached to her Windsor home. Although she has seen neighbours come and go and

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Comic book artists of Windsor unmasked

Comic book artists of Windsor unmasked

🕔12:06, 16.Feb 2018

Windsor is known for its artistic appeal with street art and theatrical performances, but was it well known that famed superheroes and comic book characters were drawn by citizens of Windsor and Essex County? Jason Fabok is the artist from

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Former Spitfires captain makes storybook return

Former Spitfires captain makes storybook return

🕔12:03, 16.Feb 2018

By Tate Harris A former Windsor Spitfires’ captain had a storybook night after scoring the overtime winner for the Barrie Colts to defeat his old team. Aaron Luchuk was part of the Spitfires organization for almost five years and was named captain at the beginning of the 2017-2018 season.

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