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United Way in Windsor-Essex celebrates young leadership

United Way in Windsor-Essex celebrates young leadership

🕔07:05, 14.Apr 2018

The United Way runs a program called Leadership Windsor Essex, which also involves giving out awards to “40 under 40.” The March 28 event celebrated 40 individuals under the age of 40 who have shown significant leadership and success in

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World class media program attracts international students

World class media program attracts international students

🕔06:51, 14.Apr 2018

Student Profile Bernard de Vaal will soon be a graduating from St. Clair College’s Media Convergence program. De Vaal, an international student from Cape Town, South Africa, sees many doors open ahead of him. “There’s a lot of competition in

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Run for Rocky shifts from running to education

Run for Rocky shifts from running to education

🕔06:29, 14.Apr 2018

Rocky Campana’s life started out well — loving family, good grades and a great circle of friends. Even Campana’s struggle to come out as gay to his family was met with supportive love. It was while Campana was away at

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Windsor Caesar Casino on strike

Windsor Caesar Casino on strike

🕔12:04, 9.Apr 2018

Windsor Caesar Casino on strike   By Ioana Iota After Fifty-nine per cent of Caesars Windsor workers voted no for a new contract this past Thursday, the Windsor Casino closed its doors and employees are in strike. Workers are currently

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Adult mindfulness course

Adult mindfulness course

🕔09:10, 9.Apr 2018

Adults have a chance to explore different kinds of mindfulness skills thanks to a local education centre. The six-week course at the Head of the Class in Windsor starts off with a beginner class called Mindful Me Adult, which allows

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Windsor’s Salvation Army giving back to the community

Windsor’s Salvation Army giving back to the community

🕔11:42, 7.Apr 2018

The Salvation Army of Windsor received $5,000 from the Rotary Club this week, money that will help provide hot and nutritious meals four days a week to needy people. “The Salvation Army has been feeding the poor for over 20

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A case of missing mail turns into fraud charge for Windsorite

A case of missing mail turns into fraud charge for Windsorite

🕔11:27, 7.Apr 2018

A case of damaged mailboxes and missing mail in Windsor has led to a woman being charged with fraud, forgery and possession of stolen property among other charges. Upon reviewing surveillance footage from March 21, the manager of an apartment

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Filing tax return can help earn a few hundred bucks, even on zero income

Filing tax return can help earn a few hundred bucks, even on zero income

🕔10:56, 7.Apr 2018

International students need to be aware that, depending on how long they have resided in Canada, they may need to file a Canadian income tax return — and it may actually save them some money, say local experts. Filing income

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Canadians among users compromised in Facebook data scandal

Canadians among users compromised in Facebook data scandal

🕔10:33, 7.Apr 2018

Facebook will add a new tool for its more than 2 billion users this Monday: people will be able to see if their private information was stolen. On March 27, Canadian Christopher Wylie, co-founder of Cambridge Analytica, blew the whistle

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Casino hosting pays off for City of Windsor

Casino hosting pays off for City of Windsor

🕔09:54, 7.Apr 2018

By Todd Shearon The City of Windsor has continued to win big with OLG. Recently released figures show more than $10 million in slot revenue came to the City for hosting Caesars Windsor since March 2016. Proceeds have gone to

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Easter egg hunting at the Chimczuk Museum

Easter egg hunting at the Chimczuk Museum

🕔09:14, 7.Apr 2018

The second annual Easter egg hunt at the Chimczuk Museum last weekend gave children a chance to hunt for hidden eggs throughout a museum. “I only found three eggs and if I give them to the front desk, I’ll get

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Celebrating 100 Years of Chinese community in Windsor

Celebrating 100 Years of Chinese community in Windsor

🕔08:39, 7.Apr 2018

It has been 100 years since the first Windsor Chinese organization was founded in 1918. Last Saturday on March 31, a special 100-year celebration was held in Windsor at the Giovanni Caboto Club with three local Chinese groups. The event

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Second-hand no longer a second choice

Second-hand no longer a second choice

🕔15:40, 6.Apr 2018

By Alyssa Leonard. Resale. Consignment. Vintage. Thrift. Second-hand shops have many names and over the years what was once viewed as a last resort has become a popular shopping alternative for people of all income levels. Some people search for

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Over half of Canadians will experience mental illness in their lifetime

Over half of Canadians will experience mental illness in their lifetime

🕔14:26, 6.Apr 2018

By Sente Mushunduzi In any given year, one in five people in Canada will experience a mental health problem or illness. Mental illness affects people of all ages, education, income levels and culture. Suicide is one of the leading causes

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Caesars Windsor on strike

Caesars Windsor on strike

🕔12:50, 6.Apr 2018

Security guard Brad Drouillard holds a picket sign during the Caesars Windsor‘s strike. Employees at Caesars walked off the job at 12:01 a.m Friday April 6. Unifor Local 444 said 59 per cent of the workers voted against the tentative agreement that Unifor reached on April 3.

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Helping the community one shoebox at a time

Helping the community one shoebox at a time

🕔11:43, 6.Apr 2018

By Kylie Turner The Windsor Shoebox Project held its first shoebox drive in Windsor on International Women’s Day. The Shoebox Project for Shelters was founded in 2011 by four sisters-in-law who delivered 400 shoeboxes to residents of four women’s shelters

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔11:36, 6.Apr 2018

By: Jordan Ferris Baseball The Detroit Tigers started their season March 30, with a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. It has been a slow start for the Tigers at home during opening week after three games being postponed due to

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Rick Mercer visits Holy Names

Rick Mercer visits Holy Names

🕔11:35, 6.Apr 2018

By Grace Bauer Students, teachers and visitors gathered in the gym at Holy Names Catholic High School after March break to welcome one of Canada’s famous icons Rick Mercer. The Rick Mercer Report has been running for over 14 years

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St. Clair College students rewarded with scholarships and bursaries

St. Clair College students rewarded with scholarships and bursaries

🕔10:24, 6.Apr 2018

By Amos Johnson Several students at St. Clair College are rewarded for their hard work every year through scholarships and bursaries funded by donors. The annual St. Clair College Scholarship and Bursary Award Ceremony was held at the Chrysler Theatre

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Ontario Gymnastics Championship 2018

Ontario Gymnastics Championship 2018

🕔10:22, 6.Apr 2018

By Christina Chibani For the 5th time, Rose City Gymnastics is organizing the Ontario Artistic Gymnastics Championship taking place April 5-8, 2018 at the Libro Credit Union Centre in Amherstburg. Artistic gymnastics is  when the athletes compete in short routines.

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