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Students benefit from bridge company’s blockbusting

Students benefit from bridge company’s blockbusting

🕔11:45, 31.Mar 2017

  While some residents of the deteriorating Olde Sandwich Towne area are not happy about the Ambassador Bridge Company’s blockbusting of the area, students say it allows them to pay lower rent. The bridge company has shown no intentions of

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Local mosque aims to clear misconceptions about Islam

Local mosque aims to clear misconceptions about Islam

🕔11:30, 31.Mar 2017

By Larissa Veloso The Bait-Ul-Ehsaan mosque opens its doors to anyone who wants to talk about the Islamic religion. Since January they have being holding a session every Wednesday called Coffee, Cake and Islam, where the goal is to explain

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Border City Wrestling makes impact at St. Clair

Border City Wrestling makes impact at St. Clair

🕔11:29, 31.Mar 2017

By Joe Gibel A sold out crowd packed the gymnasium for Windsor’s Border City Wrestling on Saturday, March 25. BCW took the St. Clair gymnasium by storm this past Saturday night, with an action-packed card featuring former WWE Tag Team

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“Kids get stressed too”

“Kids get stressed too”

🕔11:15, 31.Mar 2017

By Lyndi-Colleen Morgan It is becoming more important to teach children coping skills to deal with stress, says a mental health educator at the Canadian Mental Health Association. Jenny-Lee Almeida was the mental health educator for the final seminar in

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Windsors Retail space

Windsors Retail space

🕔11:51, 27.Mar 2017

By Nate Hinckley The executive director of Windsor’s downtown business improvement association says high hydro rates may be a leading cause of vacant retail space in downtown Windsor. Small businesses are open during regular business hours and have to pay

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Willistead Manor Sale – antique auction anyone?

Willistead Manor Sale – antique auction anyone?

🕔13:28, 24.Mar 2017

By Kerry Mayhead Windsorites turned out for a chance to buy unique one-of-a-kind pieces at Willistead Coach House’s antique auction sale held earlier this month. The Manor auctioned many collectible and antique pieces during the event from March 3 to

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150 Minutes

150 Minutes

🕔12:46, 24.Mar 2017

By Janeen Kratochvil Celebrate Canada with 150 minutes of art, music and food. Mark your calendars for an evening of fun! Ford City and St. Clair College are about to celebrate. The graduating students of the public relations program at

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Trump’s environmental budget cut “should wake Canadians up”: researcher

Trump’s environmental budget cut “should wake Canadians up”: researcher

🕔12:11, 24.Mar 2017

Home to the largest freshwater lakes on earth, Canada plays a pivotal role in protecting its water but U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent proposal to cut 31 per cent of the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget raises concerns. Initiated by the

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The ratty side

The ratty side

🕔12:04, 24.Mar 2017

By Aaron Lombardi Windsor has been ranked Ontario’s seventh most rat infested city and experts say it will only get worse after the warm winter. Rats are omnivorous rodents who make themselves at home anywhere they see fit. These are

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Canadian documentary brings attention to fisheries

Canadian documentary brings attention to fisheries

🕔11:55, 24.Mar 2017

  As a celebration of World Water Day, the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup brought What Lies Below to Lakeshore Cinemas on Mar. 23. The Canadian documentary What Lies Below is a six-year project that features and is written by Lawrence

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Behind the snapshot

Behind the snapshot

🕔11:46, 24.Mar 2017

By: Sreedha Varanasi and Stephanie Zografos Lights, flashing cameras and the bustle of people pulling your hair, curling your lashes and adjusting your dress. How did you get here? What are you working for and why are you doing this?

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Ontario to cap kindergarten classes at 30

Ontario to cap kindergarten classes at 30

🕔11:39, 24.Mar 2017

The Liberal government of Ontario has agreed to cap the number of students in full-day kindergarten classes at 30, according to Canadian Press reports of a tentative agreement with elementary teachers obtained by the Canadian Press. There is no cap currently but each school

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Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

🕔11:27, 24.Mar 2017

  By Ryan Jones It was a full house at Biblioasis to meet hometown author Emily Schultz last week. Schultz’ new novel Men Walking On Water was released March 20. The novel is set in the 1920s and focuses on

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Measuring up to success

Measuring up to success

🕔11:21, 24.Mar 2017

By Garrett Fodor    The sport of hockey is evolving, yet there is still a notion that size makes a player. One local player is proving this stereotype and teams wrong.    Listed at 5-5  and 140 lbs, Tyler Scott

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WEtech supports new entrepreneurs

WEtech supports new entrepreneurs

🕔16:05, 3.Mar 2017

By MD. NURUZZAMAN WEtech Alliance is starting an epic journey for local entrepreneurs with more commitment and responsibility. WEtech is now operating from its new office in the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre at the University of Windsor after graduating

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Future of Windsor’s cyclists uncertain

Future of Windsor’s cyclists uncertain

🕔15:39, 3.Mar 2017

By Quentin Doak Windsor cycling has been developing for many years but real change to reach downtown is slow. In 2001 the BUMP (Bicycle Use Master Plan) was developed to help create a safe, connected and well used space for

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SportsPlex pushes Windsor sports tourism to its limit

SportsPlex pushes Windsor sports tourism to its limit

🕔15:19, 3.Mar 2017

By Jared Berg With the recent addition of a sports tourism officer , as well as the SportsPlex located at the St. Clair College main campus, Windsor has been establishing itself as a premiere sports tourism location. The state-of-the-art facility

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Weather whiplash

Weather whiplash

🕔15:12, 3.Mar 2017

By John Perry-Goodson The extreme weather conditions this year have people worrying about the side effects.   The freezing and thawing weather has people concerned about what could happen to their gardens if the weather continues to fluctuate. Crops and

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News and democracy – in decline and under threat

News and democracy – in decline and under threat

🕔15:08, 3.Mar 2017

By David Lafreniere The decline of traditional media, looking for news to support a view and the rise of fake news pose a growing threat to our democracy, according to a new report. The Shattered Mirror: news, democracy and trust

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Solar flare

Solar flare

🕔15:02, 3.Mar 2017

By Alyssa Leonard With the increase of solar panels on residential homes, firefighters are taking extra precautions when battling a blaze. Solar panels are great for producing energy for homeowners who have them. However, they can be potentially dangerous for

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