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Local poets share their work

Local poets share their work

🕔14:03, 17.Feb 2017

Local poets had an opportunity to present their work to the public at a recent literary event in Windsor. Urban Farmhouse Press presented the event ‘By the River: Poetry and Prose’, an ongoing series to showcase local poets and writers

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Fiber optic internet means no data caps

Fiber optic internet means no data caps

🕔14:03, 17.Feb 2017

by Dawn Gray Local internet provider MNSi Telcom is upgrading its service to allow for faster speeds, lower prices and no data caps for customers. MNSi Telecom expects to invest $35 million on the gradual installation of the new cutting

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LGBTQ students at University of Windsor open up about mental health struggles

LGBTQ students at University of Windsor open up about mental health struggles

🕔13:58, 17.Feb 2017

  Some University of Windsor students are hoping to change the existing stigma around the LGBTQ community and mental illness. Students hosted an LGBTQ and mental health themed open mic night at Vanier Hall. On Feb. 16, all attendees were given a creative

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The Vagina Monologues empowers women, sheds light on sexual assault.

The Vagina Monologues empowers women, sheds light on sexual assault.

🕔13:57, 17.Feb 2017

By Nantanaa Mutharasu Women around the world have two things in common: their vaginas and likelihood of experiencing sexual assault at least once in their lifetime. The University of Windsor’s law students took the issue to centre stage, and presented

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Local poets share their work

Local poets share their work

🕔13:48, 17.Feb 2017

Local poets had an opportunity to present their work to the public at a recent literary event in Windsor. Urban Farmhouse Press presented the event ‘By the River: Poetry and Prose’, an ongoing series to showcase local poets and writers

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Afrofest panel challenges stereotypical views

Afrofest panel challenges stereotypical views

🕔13:44, 17.Feb 2017

By David Lafreneire Panelists challenged the stereotypical views of a black man during a discussion at Afrofest last week. What is the image of a black man? was the provocative title of a seminar held during the festival. Afrofest is

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Vinyl revival

Vinyl revival

🕔13:21, 17.Feb 2017

by Aaron Lombardi Owners of independent record stores say the outlook is good with the closing of HMV Canada’s 102 stores. According to an article by Fortune magazine, vinyl record sales have risen to $416 million USD per year contributing

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CBC mental health presentation

CBC mental health presentation

🕔12:58, 17.Feb 2017

By: Justin Crouch CBC Windsor hosted a mental health presentation for students who suffer from stress-related anxieties and depression associated with studies and life stressors. A live broadcast was held discussing various mental health struggles with psychology professionals on Feb.

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A Night to Shine

A Night to Shine

🕔12:46, 17.Feb 2017

By Grace Bauer Individuals with special needs walked down the red carpet at what was, for most, the only prom they ever experienced. Almost 100 adults and young people with varying physical and developmental disabilities attended Night to Shine at

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New YMCA location off to a great start

New YMCA location off to a great start

🕔12:39, 17.Feb 2017

By Nate Hinckley The Windsor YMCA is benefiting from its move to the city’s east side. The Y moved from its Victoria Ave. location to Central Park Athletics at Central Ave. and Grand Marais in late 2016. Windsor’s YMCA was

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Border City Wresting returns to St. Clair College

Border City Wresting returns to St. Clair College

🕔12:32, 17.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel Border City Wrestling fans are looking forward to its return at St. Clair College on March 25. Since late 1992 BCW has been thrilling fans with wrestling entertainment in the Windsor area and promises to continue the

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Hospice continues its journey

Hospice continues its journey

🕔12:12, 17.Feb 2017

The Hospice team is continuing to provide services for people in Windsor and Essex County, encouraging members of the community to volunteer. Staff at Hospice of Windsor and Essex County empowers people suffering from life-altering diagnoses and their caregivers to

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Black history is local history

Black history is local history

🕔11:54, 17.Feb 2017

Windsorites are learning about black history. The Windsor Public Library and the Essex County branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society held a meeting in honour of Black History Month with guest speaker Irene Moore Davis. Moore Davis is a Canadian

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Love can be costly

Love can be costly

🕔11:45, 17.Feb 2017

  J.Lo might say “love don’t cost a thing”… but to others, love can be costly. While cynics tend to refer to Valentine’s Day as a ‘Hallmark holiday,’ many Canadians enjoy expressing their love with greeting cards, chocolate, roses and

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Windsor’s Riverside Drive needs nicer fencing: Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk

Windsor’s Riverside Drive needs nicer fencing: Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk

🕔13:44, 10.Feb 2017

Fences along Riverside Drive should be upgraded to have more curb appeal, according to Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk. Fences alone Riverside Drive should be upgraded in a more pleasing way, according to one Windsor city councillor. Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk thinks the

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Different approaches for dealing with Trump

Different approaches for dealing with Trump

🕔13:40, 10.Feb 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has avoided making negative remarks about U.S. President Donald Trump, but the same cannot be said for a Windsor city councillor with a Twitter account. Voicing a strong opinion about what he believes is Trump’s ambition,

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New year, new tax rate.

New year, new tax rate.

🕔13:35, 10.Feb 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney Windsor City Council has finalized the 2017 budget. The draft document contains plans including a 1.73 per cent tax increase for the new year to cover the $390-million in property taxes to help maintain services provided by

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Update before it is too late

Update before it is too late

🕔13:29, 10.Feb 2017

By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan More than 3,000 local high school students could be facing suspensions if their vaccination records are not updated. On Feb. 1 students across Windsor-Essex County received final notices informing them of the need to update their vaccination

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Canadian immigration economically beneficial

Canadian immigration economically beneficial

🕔13:22, 10.Feb 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney Canada should welcome refugees and immigrants turned by the new U.S. executive order. On Jan. 27 U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order on immigration restricting citizens from seven Middle Eastern countries  –  Iraq, Sudan, Iran,

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Prom: behind the scenes

Prom: behind the scenes

🕔13:13, 10.Feb 2017

  Every year high school seniors are enthusiastic about prom season but their high expectations can cause stress about making sure everything is ready.   For most, prom is the highlight of their high school years – a very anticipated

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