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Massey gets a facelift

Massey gets a facelift

🕔14:41, 3.Mar 2017

By Noah Gecelovsky Vincent Massey Secondary School is 57-years-old and with the rise of enrollment, the school is looking at getting some big renovations. On Feb. 20 workers and supervisors from Loaring Construction met with Principal Joan Rankin at Massey

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Local business overcoming the odds

Local business overcoming the odds

🕔14:34, 3.Mar 2017

Although small business is the driving factor in the economy, many small businesses do not survive longer than a few years. Out of all small businesses that enter the market, only 70 per cent last longer than two years and

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YouTubers Audience Increases

YouTubers Audience Increases

🕔14:29, 3.Mar 2017

                          By Kylie Turner   A local YouTuber has more than doubled his subscribers within the past 5 months. Jesse Garant has been a YouTube gamer for more

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Survival of the bookworm

Survival of the bookworm

🕔14:19, 3.Mar 2017

By Julianna Bonnett   Jerry Seinfeld once said… “A bookstore is one of the only pieces of evidence we have that people are still thinking.” Indigo, Canada’s largest bookstore has an unofficial monopoly on the nation’s bookstore market which makes

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Canadian visits to U.S. drop

Canadian visits to U.S. drop

🕔14:19, 3.Mar 2017

A wide variety of new international flights are encouraging more tourists to visit Canada and more Canadians to travel abroad, with one notable exception: the United States. According to Statistics Canada, the number of Canadians travelling to the U.S. decreased

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Essex plans to be even greener

Essex plans to be even greener

🕔14:12, 3.Mar 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney   The Essex Region Conservation Authority is aiming to cover 12 per cent of natural land in Essex County with greenery. ERCA, along with Forests Ontario, share a goal of restoring Ontario’s natural land and watershed to

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Library strike ends after 251 days

Library strike ends after 251 days

🕔13:48, 3.Mar 2017

By Jessica Moore The 14 libraries in Essex County have reopened after over eight months of being closed due to a strike. The strike consisted of issues between corporate and librarians and the process to resolve all of the issues

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High electricity rates shock Windsor business owners

High electricity rates shock Windsor business owners

🕔13:26, 3.Mar 2017

By Barry Hazlehurst Windsor business owners are finding it difficult to make a profit with the high electricity rates in Ontario. In November 2016 the Ontario Energy Board announced business owners will have to pay time-of-use rates which at peak

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Windsor’s low crime rate has become a pull for its real estate market

Windsor’s low crime rate has become a pull for its real estate market

🕔13:17, 3.Mar 2017

  By Grace Bauer Windsor’s first homicide of the year took place February 21, prompting the question of whether or not crimes such as this affect the city and its housing market. According to Sergeant Steve Betteridge, public information officer

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Shots Fired

🕔12:37, 3.Mar 2017

Shots were fired in the 1100 block  of Albert Road. The incident occurred on March 1. No one was hurt,however shots did hit a Windsor resident’s home. At this time investigators believe this was not random. Anyone with information is

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Navigation device created at UofW

Navigation device created at UofW

🕔11:35, 3.Mar 2017

By Christina Chibani   A university student and professor created a device that can fit in your shoe to help you move around using acoustic waves and sensors. The device can help measure the distance from an object to where

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Art therapy: the latest way to relax

Art therapy: the latest way to relax

🕔11:07, 3.Mar 2017

By Chelsea Girard Art therapy is allowing cancer patients to relieve stress through creative expression. The brain has neuroplasticity, allowing the neurons or nerve cells in the brain to compensate for injury and disease through self-healing empowering aspects of the gentle approach of art therapy. This

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A centre for student life

A centre for student life

🕔12:11, 2.Mar 2017

By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan Hundreds of students were in attendance of the opening of St. Clair College’s new Student Life Centre and concert this past Friday night. The John A. Strasser Student Life Centre at St. Clair College’s South Campus welcomed

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Tourism numbers on the rise

Tourism numbers on the rise

🕔13:42, 24.Feb 2017

By Dawn Gray International tourism is increasing steadily across the globe, but these tourists have not necessarily been coming to Ontario. However, 2015 numbers and early data from 2016 is hinting at a recovery. Ontario has not been able to

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Mother Language Day

Mother Language Day

🕔12:59, 24.Feb 2017

By MD. Nuruzzaman Hundreds of Bengali community members gathered at Windsor City Hall to celebrate International Mother Language Day (IMLD). The celebration on Feb. 21 started with the Bangladesh and Canadian national anthems followed by  Mayor Drew Dilkens raising the

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Service Ontario closure sparks protest

Service Ontario closure sparks protest

🕔12:02, 24.Feb 2017

The closing of a Service Ontario outlet sparked outrage in a small town, even though the close is only temporary. Residents of Belle River met on Saturday, Feb. 18 to protest the closing of the government office. Although there were more

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Downtown Detroit memorial held for icon Mike Ilitch

Downtown Detroit memorial held for icon Mike Ilitch

🕔11:44, 24.Feb 2017

By Ryan Blevins Michigan residents are mourning the loss of a Detroit icon. Mike Ilitch died at the age of 87 on Feb. 10, after spending years in the public eye. A series of public visitations were arranged for fans

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Windsor Police Service turns 150

Windsor Police Service turns 150

🕔11:33, 24.Feb 2017

By Alyssa Leonard When Canada was becoming a country, Windsor’s police force was being created and this year they are both celebrating a special birthday — 150 years.   The Windsor Police Service have great plans for their upcoming anniversary.

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Powerline technician program gets zapped with cash

Powerline technician program gets zapped with cash

🕔11:21, 24.Feb 2017

By Michelle Laramie   People who want to be the heroes who keep power running will soon be getting better training. The St. Clair College powerline technician program has been awarded $2 million from the federal and provincial government to

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Shocking facts on use of force

Shocking facts on use of force

🕔11:01, 24.Feb 2017

The Windsor Police Service board held a public meeting and their findings in the use of force annual report may come as a shock. The number of injuries sustained by members of the community decreased in 2016 compared to previous

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