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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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Shooting for three

Shooting for three

🕔11:44, 16.Feb 2018

By Jordan Ferris A St. Clair College basketball player is three points away from being the all-time female scoring leader in the OCAA. Shannon Kennedy, who has played basketball on the St. Clair Saints team for the past five years,

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Windsor church basement harbours huge skate collection

Windsor church basement harbours huge skate collection

🕔10:38, 16.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert Sometimes Art Roth wonders why he’s in a church basement on Saturday mornings to fit people with skates. “This time of year, I begin to wonder because it’s a long season,” said Roth. “When people come here

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Building a network of neighbours: Windsor’s downtown collaborative holds open house

Building a network of neighbours: Windsor’s downtown collaborative holds open house

🕔10:33, 16.Feb 2018

By March Ren The Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative hosted an open house at A Dog’s Breakfast on Feb. 7. Bob Cameron, executive director of the collaborative, said the open house was to introduce the DWCC to both downtown residents and

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Valentine’s Day in Windsor

Valentine’s Day in Windsor

🕔12:40, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman  Love is in the air and everywhere to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Windsor. According to Statistics Canada, $71.7 million was spent on flowers for Valentine ’s Day in 2016. There are nearly 18 florists serving the Windsor

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Body found

Body found

🕔12:33, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman The dead body of an unidentified male was found in an alley in the 900 block of Church Street shortly after 7 a.m. this morning. A statement from Windsor Police Services says officers and the forensic identification

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Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

🕔13:47, 12.Feb 2018

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires are used to winning Memorial Cup championships, but they are also familiar with great loss. It has been ten years since former Windsor Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud died suddenly in 2009 from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

🕔13:22, 12.Feb 2018

By Kati Panasiuk The “Plenty of Reasons” video project has won the Technology and New Media Promotional Award at a provincial conference in early February. Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island was given the award by the Economic Developers Council of Ontario

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Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

🕔12:49, 10.Feb 2018

The southern part of Ontario will see heavy snowfall this weekend. Snowfall with total of 15-20 cm has already hit Chatham-Kent- Rondeau Park, Windsor-Essex, St. Thomas- Aylmer- Eastern Elgin County, Rodney- Shedden- Western Elgin County. Driving conditions have deteriorated because

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Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

🕔12:46, 10.Feb 2018

By Harshpal Singh Snow was reducing visibility and increasing the number of accidents on the roads this week as more than 20 cm fell across the southern part of Ontario. According to Windsor Police, who have been urging caution, 45

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Super Bowl an advantage for local businesses

Super Bowl an advantage for local businesses

🕔08:23, 10.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill New England Patriots versus the Philadelphia Eagles. Neither team is a local favorite, but owners of local businesses that cash in on sports games say they have a successful weekend in sales regardless of the teams playing.

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Laughter is the best medicine

Laughter is the best medicine

🕔14:18, 9.Feb 2018

By Chelsea Girard Retirement and long-term care homes in Windsor are using laughter yoga as a way to help residents living with Alzheimer’s or dementia to destress. In celebration of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in January, the Seasons Retirement Communities hosted

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Flavours of the Middle East

Flavours of the Middle East

🕔14:07, 9.Feb 2018

By Kacie Cooper There are many students living in Windsor and because it is extremely expensive to go to post-secondary school it is common to find there is too much month left at the end of your money. But since

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PAWlates with Puppies

PAWlates with Puppies

🕔14:01, 9.Feb 2018

By: Kurlis Mati Moggy’s Mission hosts a pilates class with both adoptable puppies and kittens present. On Feb 6., Moggy’s Mission promised a workout focused on the body’s core and the inner and outer thighs with the addition of both

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Black History Month

Black History Month

🕔14:01, 9.Feb 2018

By Maryam Farag Northstar Cultural Community Centre hosted a community open house to celebrate local black history at the Windsor Public Library’s Central branch on Feb. 3. In 2013, Northstar Cultural Community Centre received $63,000 in funding from Ontario Trillium

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$0 budget for Vacant Building Enforcement

$0 budget for Vacant Building Enforcement

🕔13:26, 9.Feb 2018

By Kacie Cooper In the City of Windsor’s budget for 2018, zero dollars have been allotted to combat the increasing number of vacant buildings in the area. City officials estimate the number of vacant buildings in Windsor to be around

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Fighting the Fees

Fighting the Fees

🕔13:17, 9.Feb 2018

By Julianna Bonnett Hundreds of  students at the University of Windsor gathered on campus last Thursday to rally against rising tuition fees. Students showed up to the Fight the Fees protest, which some called a national day of action. According

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Vipers lose their bite

Vipers lose their bite

🕔12:34, 9.Feb 2018

By Tate Harris  Special teams helped the St. Thomas Stars keep the LaSalle Vipers away from a sixth straight victory. It was a big game for LaSalle on Feb. 7 as they tried to add to their five-game winning streak and remain second in the standings. The Vipers started the game strong having six shots

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Breaking the colour barrier

Breaking the colour barrier

🕔12:13, 9.Feb 2018

By Torcia Velthuizen The Chimczuk Museum revealed a new exhibit on Feb. 1 to kick off Black History Month. Breaking the Colour Barrier: Wilfred “Boomer” Harding and the Chatham Coloured All-Stars highlights the first all black baseball team to win

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