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Wild week for Lakeshore Canadiens

Wild week for Lakeshore Canadiens

🕔12:03, 9.Feb 2018

By: Jordan Ferris The Lakeshore Canadiens secured first place in their last game of the regular season on Feb. 2 and have won their first two playoff games. The final regular season game on Feb. 2 started strong for the

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Health roundup

Health roundup

🕔11:55, 9.Feb 2018

By Torcia Velthuizen Blood drive at St.Clair College   Canadian Blood Services is holding a blood drive at St. Clair College. According to Canadian Blood Services, 375 donors are needed weekly in Windsor-Essex and they are hoping to get approximately

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The year of the dog – Happy Chinese New Year

The year of the dog – Happy Chinese New Year

🕔11:14, 9.Feb 2018

By David Lafreniere An offering of sweet treats, known as a tray of togetherness, brings wishes of a sweet life and prosperity during the Chinese New Year, according to Riqui Wang. Windsorites celebrating Chinese New Year can purchase traditional decorations

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Windsor Spitfires former captain joins coaching staff

Windsor Spitfires former captain joins coaching staff

🕔10:12, 9.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert A former captain of the Windsor Spitfires has joined the coaching staff. Mike Weber was on the Spits roster from 2003-2007, playing in more than 200 regular season games. Weber served as team captain during the 2006-2007

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Windsor’s Moose Lodge locked out in dispute with Panther Recycling

Windsor’s Moose Lodge locked out in dispute with Panther Recycling

🕔10:09, 9.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert The Facebook post advising members that Moose Lodge 1499 would be closed for the weekend seemed normal enough. Until photos of the notice posted on the door on Feb. 3 got out on social media. A “Notice

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Roll Up the Rim to Win

Roll Up the Rim to Win

🕔13:27, 7.Feb 2018

By Alyssa Leonard Tim Hortons’ Roll up the Rim to Win is back. According to the Roll up the Rim to Win website, there are 36 million prizes to be won across Canada and each cup size has a one

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#SeeSnowGoSlow

#SeeSnowGoSlow

🕔13:25, 7.Feb 2018

By Alyssa Leonard Brace yourself Windsor-Essex — more snow is on the way. The Weather Network is calling for 10 more centimetres of snow to fall on Friday, Feb. 10 after Wednesday morning’s snowy commute. There were close to 30

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Windsor massage therapist charged for a second time

Windsor massage therapist charged for a second time

🕔10:39, 3.Feb 2018

By Sunnio Zeng A Windsor massage therapist has been charged with sex-related offences for a second time this month. In the first case, a woman in her 40s said she was touched inappropriately. According to a report from the Windsor

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Drug bust in South Windsor

Drug bust in South Windsor

🕔10:34, 3.Feb 2018

By Dawn Gray A local man is facing drug charges after police searched a residence in South Windsor. The search warrant was executed on Jan. 31 by the Windsor Police Drugs and Guns Unit. The 30-year-old man was arrested after

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Dog flu still in Windsor

Dog flu still in Windsor

🕔10:30, 3.Feb 2018

By Sunnio Zeng It’s bringing new meaning to the phrase ‘sick as a dog.’ For the first time in Canada, there are confirmed cases of canine influenza. The Town and Country Animal Clinic said two dogs imported from South Korea

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BANA encourages you to #beyourselfie

BANA encourages you to #beyourselfie

🕔09:25, 3.Feb 2018

By Jillian Toman The local Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association was challenging people to post their most authentic selfie as part of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week campaign. “We’re calling this #beyourselfie 2.0,” said Luciana Rosu-Sieza, BANA’s executive director.  This year’s

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Wanted man arrested in Windsor

Wanted man arrested in Windsor

🕔09:09, 3.Feb 2018

By Harsh Mudhar Windsor police have located a man wanted on Canada-wide arrest warrant for being unlawful. The 30-year-old man was wanted for allegedly breaking parole. He was arrested by the members of the Provincial Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E)

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Tides are changing in the waters of traditional religion

Tides are changing in the waters of traditional religion

🕔15:03, 2.Feb 2018

By Kaitlynn Kenney Mary Ann Mulhern in a Tim Hortons at Lauzon Road and Wyandotte Street East on Dec. 26, 2017. (Photo by Kaitlynn Kenney) Story by Kaitlynn Kenney When Mary Ann Mulhern was a teenager she decided to become

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔11:51, 2.Feb 2018

By Jordan Ferris   Baseball The Cleveland Indians and the MLB will no longer officially wear or sell any merchandise that contains the image of Chief Wahoo. The logo change has come after debates over the appropriateness of the logo.

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Health roundup

Health roundup

🕔11:03, 2.Feb 2018

Eating disorder awareness week This week is dedicated to eating disorder awareness from Feb. 1 to Feb. 7. The Canadian Mental Health Association and the National Eating Disorder Information Centre have teamed up this year to spread the message, “one

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#BellLetsTalk raises $6.9 million for mental health services

#BellLetsTalk raises $6.9 million for mental health services

🕔10:56, 2.Feb 2018

By Vanessa Cuevas The annual #BellLetsTalk campaign raised more than $6.9 million this year for mental health services across Canada. Since 2011 Bell Canada started the #BellLetsTalk campaign in hopes of starting the conversation about mental health. Once a year,

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#BeYourSELFie for eating disorder awareness

#BeYourSELFie for eating disorder awareness

🕔10:39, 2.Feb 2018

By Meng Bao Snap a selfie during Eating Disorder Awareness Week this week in Windsor. February 1-7 is Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2018. As an activity during this week, the “Be YourSELFIE” project has been organized by the Bulimia Anorexia

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Windsor long-term care home sees resident violence

Windsor long-term care home sees resident violence

🕔09:45, 2.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert Cognitive impairment in long-term care residents leads to aggressive behaviour. Violence between residents at long-term care facilities is on the rise province-wide, including in Windsor, according to an investigative story by CBC’s Marketplace. It reported since 2010

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Alzheimer’s Society raises money by laughing

Alzheimer’s Society raises money by laughing

🕔09:43, 2.Feb 2018

By Meng Bao The third annual “LOL-A-THON” was held by the Alzheimer Society of Windsor and Essex and presented by Seasons Retirement Community on Saturday Jan. 27 at Devonshire Mall. Windsor “laugh yoga” instructor Christopher Lyons led around 30 participants

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Turner Syndrome Society hopes to promote awareness; educate, inform

Turner Syndrome Society hopes to promote awareness; educate, inform

🕔09:41, 2.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert The local group of the Turner Syndrome Society will be on the main campus of St. Clair College this week to promote awareness of the condition. Turner Syndrome is a rare genetic condition that occurs in one

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