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U.S. revokes NAFTA work permit from Windsor consultant

U.S. revokes NAFTA work permit from Windsor consultant

🕔11:14, 21.Apr 2017

By David Lafreniere A management consultant from Windsor, who has been working for a client in the southern part of the U.S. for more than two and a half years, has had her three-year NAFTA work permit revoked. The woman

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Downtown shop owner goes on own terms

Downtown shop owner goes on own terms

🕔10:44, 21.Apr 2017

By Zander Kelly After almost 50 years Riaz Bhatti is ready to retire. Bhatti, 71, is the owner of World Cottage, an antiques and trinkets shop at 553 Ouellette Ave. World Cottage opened in the early 1970s with $20 and a lot

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Abused or used

Abused or used

🕔10:39, 21.Apr 2017

By Chelsea Girard   In an unscientific online survey conducted among people between the ages of 18 and 65, all 34 participants said they believe mental illness affects a person’s physical capability. Almost 45 per cent said they believe those

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New education centre opens ahead of 100th anniversary – The Battle of Vimy Ridge

New education centre opens ahead of 100th anniversary – The Battle of Vimy Ridge

🕔17:26, 10.Apr 2017

By David Lafreniere VIMY France – It was a rare victory that did not change the course of the war or the disastrous outcome of the campaign known as the battle of Arras, but the battle of Vimy Ridge 100

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Catholic Central relocation

Catholic Central relocation

🕔13:42, 7.Apr 2017

By Todd Shearon Students and teachers are waiting for the development of further plans in the relocation of Catholic Central High School. The WECDSB and the City of Windsor are working to relocate the school to the Windsor Arena —

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Easter Seals ambassador an inspiration for those with disabilities.

Easter Seals ambassador an inspiration for those with disabilities.

🕔13:38, 7.Apr 2017

Kaitlynn Kenney A small town girl is helping other members of Easter Seals overcome their insecurities. The 35th Annual Easter Seals Telethon was held at Central Park Athletics on April 2, 2017 to raise funds to provide services for children

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Books have voices

Books have voices

🕔13:20, 7.Apr 2017

By Ryan Jones Studies are showing more people use audiobooks for reading. According to goodreads.com, within the past three years audiobooks have become the fastest growing sector in publishing. This information was published in Global Audiobook Trends and Statistics for

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Ford Motor Company pleased with new investment

Ford Motor Company pleased with new investment

🕔13:02, 7.Apr 2017

  Many Windsorites are confident the new Ford Motor Company investment of $1.2 billion will provide work for generations to come. According to the Windsor Star, Ford was expected to announce an investment of up to $600 million at its

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The MediaPlex had a meltdown

The MediaPlex had a meltdown

🕔12:50, 7.Apr 2017

By Dawn Gray Students of the St. Clair College journalism program took over downtown Windsor’s Phog Lounge for a fundraising event. The MediaPlex Meltdown featured local talent in the form of music, comedy and art. The event was held on

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St. Clair College students celebrate Canada’s birthday with 150 minutes of Art, Music, and Food

St. Clair College students celebrate Canada’s birthday with 150 minutes of Art, Music, and Food

🕔12:22, 7.Apr 2017

AS Canada turns 150 years old, the government, private citizens and many others are hosting a variety of events to celebrate the country’s sesquicentennial birthday year. Locally, public relations students from St. Clair College hosted 150 Minutes of Art, Music and

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More than 4,000 of Canada’s youth to travel across Canada

More than 4,000 of Canada’s youth to travel across Canada

🕔12:13, 7.Apr 2017

By Kylie Turner Young people in Canada have been given an unusual opportunity to travel all of Canada by train.   To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday VIA Rail made a Canada 150 Youth Pass available for $150. The pass was available to travellers between

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Islamophobia

Islamophobia

🕔12:06, 7.Apr 2017

Members of the Muslim community would like Windsorites to be more aware of issues around Islamophobia. Members of the Islamic community recently took part in a panel discussion on how to prevent Islamophobia at University of Windsor’s faculty of law.

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Windsor Poetry Slam

Windsor Poetry Slam

🕔11:57, 7.Apr 2017

By Chelsea Girard   Inspired by Vancouver’s annual Canadian Individual Poetry Slam, The Windsor Poetry Slam group hosts a poetry competition every fourth Tuesday at Phog Lounge. The group aims to craft a friendly competition with a goal of sending

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Wings say “Farewell To The Joe”

Wings say “Farewell To The Joe”

🕔11:45, 7.Apr 2017

The Detroit Red Wings are honouring their home of 38 years during this “Farewell To The Joe” season. Joe Louis Arena opened for business in downtown Detroit on Dec. 12, 1979 and hosted its first Wings game Dec. 27, 1979

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔11:17, 7.Apr 2017

NHL The Detroit Red Wings hosted the Ottawa Senators on April 4 at the Joe Louis Arena. With the playoff spot in view, the Senators came ready to win. The Senators scored 13 minutes into the first period, but the Wings fought

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Digital athletics comes to St. Clair

Digital athletics comes to St. Clair

🕔10:53, 7.Apr 2017

  By Ryan Blevins      St. Clair College is bringing Canada’s first varsity eSports team to Windsor next fall.    In an unprecedented move, the St. Clair College Student Athletic Association has announced the addition of their 15th varsity

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Russia mourns after a deadly terrorist attack kills 14 and leaves many hospitalized

🕔12:51, 4.Apr 2017

The following is a Storify exercise done in class by aggregating social media reaction and using it to tell a story about the attack in Russia. [View the story “Terrorist attack in Russia kills 14 and leaves dozens injured” on

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Budget yourself together

Budget yourself together

🕔12:46, 31.Mar 2017

With the increasing cost of living and the turbulent job market, there is a constant struggle for many to hold their heads above water. Jenna Pierce is a second year business student and also plays for the St. Clair Saints

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Blaze at Point Pelee

Blaze at Point Pelee

🕔12:02, 31.Mar 2017

By Torcia Velthuizen Officials at Point Pelee National Park and the Leamington Fire Department attended to a fire on Wednesday night. While it is park policy to let fires in the marsh run its course, firefighters were alerted to the

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CMHA launches The Sole Project for mental health

CMHA launches The Sole Project for mental health

🕔11:55, 31.Mar 2017

The Canadian Mental Health Association has launched The Sole Project to bring attention to growing mental health concerns. The Sole Project encourages people to “take a stand” for mental health as a collective to further enhance and distribute mental wellness

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