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How to budget for a charitable event

How to budget for a charitable event

🕔13:13, 8.Nov 2013

  By Richard Riosa Canadian Diabetes Association executives say accuracy and detail are crucial when budgeting for a charitable event. The CDA is a national non-profit organization which operates regional offices supporting diabetes research, education and advocacy to the government.

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Filmmakers receive recognition at short-film screening

Filmmakers receive recognition at short-film screening

🕔12:20, 8.Nov 2013

By Justin Prince The Windsor International Film Festival kicked off its event schedule Nov. 3 with their short-film competition screening and awards night as 16 films made their premieres in front of the near-capacity crowd. The Capitol Theatre hosted the

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Shane Koyczan comes to Windsor

Shane Koyczan comes to Windsor

🕔12:14, 8.Nov 2013

By Taylor Desjardins The St. Clair College Student Representative Council brought in a spoken word artist who has been featured on TEDTalks and the Vancouver Olympics to the Chrysler Theatre on Oct. 28. Shane Koyczan was introduced by vice president

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Second annual Windsor-Essex Tech Show connects students with local tech companies

Second annual Windsor-Essex Tech Show connects students with local tech companies

🕔13:30, 6.Nov 2013

By Richard Riosa Technology industry executives say they are hoping to change Windsor’s manufacturing reputation and diversify its economy. The second annual Windsor-Essex Tech Show, hosted by the Windsor-Essex Chamber of Commerce, was held Oct. 29 at the Giovanni Caboto

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New salon, new rules

🕔11:09, 27.Oct 2013

by Jolene Perron The women running a new hair salon in Amherstburg are taking business into their own hands and calling their own shots. Tamara Moore opened I Dare Your Hair salon on 60 Murray Street while renting chairs to

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Local non-profit organizations discuss success of Market Dollar program

Local non-profit organizations discuss success of Market Dollar program

🕔16:27, 25.Oct 2013

  By Richard Riosa Members of local non-profit organizations will be evaluating the success of the farmers’ Market Dollar program which ran in Windsor from July to October. Funded by the United Way of Windsor-Essex County and organized by Food

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DWBIA looks to Windsor Police for action

DWBIA looks to Windsor Police for action

🕔14:17, 25.Oct 2013

By Adam El-Baba Windsor Police Service have released details of the downtown stabbing that occurred on the block between University Avenue West and Park Street Oct. 19. The brawl left five people with minor injuries and one University of Windsor

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Windsor celebrates women

🕔14:07, 25.Oct 2013

By Taylor Busch The Ladies Expo and the International Day of the Girl were just two of the many women-focused events to take place in Windsor over the month of October. The Ladies Expo, an event to raise funds for

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Local haunted house owner are looking to scare Windsorites

Local haunted house owner are looking to scare Windsorites

🕔14:06, 25.Oct 2013

by Liam Higgins Windsorites wanting a good scare will be able to get their fix for again this at the Scarehouse. The Scarehouse at the corner of Tuscarora Road and Ouellette Avenue is in its seventh year of operation. The

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Border City Wrestling strikes Windsor

Border City Wrestling strikes Windsor

🕔13:42, 25.Oct 2013

The 20th anniversary of Border City Wrestling brought in many wrestlers, legendary and new, to the St. Clair College gymnasium Oct 19. Over 800 people gathered in the gym to watch the wrestlers battle it out. Former WWE superstars such

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Xbox One and PlayStation 4: the choices of the new generation

Xbox One and PlayStation 4: the choices of the new generation

🕔13:40, 25.Oct 2013

This November marks the release of Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. Most gamers won’t have a hard time choosing which system to grab because their anticipation keeps them glued to the Internet looking for more information. Others might

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Vipers dealt first regulation loss

Vipers dealt first regulation loss

🕔13:38, 25.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias The LaSalle Vipers 10 game winning streak has finally come to an end at the hands of the Leamington Flyers Oct. 23. Through the first 15 games of their season the Vipers were undefeated in regulation. Their

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Something WIFF this way comes

Something WIFF this way comes

🕔13:37, 25.Oct 2013

By Chris Mailloux Windsor’s annual film festival is approaching its ninth year and organizers say it is poised to be bigger than ever. The Windsor International Film Festival announced Oct. 22 that the event has been extended to six days

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Local sports briefs

🕔13:24, 25.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias St. Clair college men’s volleyball. The St. Clair College Saints men’s volleyball team won the Atlantic Colleges Association Tip Off Tournament in Charlottetown, PEI Oct. 18-20. The men’s team won all four matches they played in straight

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Local filmmakers compete in short film competition

Local filmmakers compete in short film competition

🕔13:23, 25.Oct 2013

By Justin Prince Aspiring filmmakers were demonstrating their talents at a short film competition Oct. 18-20 in Windsor. The seventh annual 48-Hour FlickFest was held as part of the Windsor International Film Festival.  The goal of the FlickFest was to

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Who was spotted?

🕔13:17, 25.Oct 2013

By Sandee Nho Anonymous submissions from students may take away the responsibility of a comment on Facebook, but does it take away the meaning? With over 4,000 “likes” Spotted at UWindsor’s Facebook page is beginning to get negative responses from

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The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society presents its first Halloween walkathon

The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society presents its first Halloween walkathon

🕔13:12, 25.Oct 2013

  By: Shelbey Hernandez The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society is presenting its first Halloween-themed walkathon Oct. 27. Although the Humane Society has been hosting walkathons for 23 years, this is the first time they have presented a Halloween-themed walkathon. The

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City Cyclery hosts third annual Tweed Ride

City Cyclery hosts third annual Tweed Ride

🕔12:47, 25.Oct 2013

By: Liam Higgins Cyclists dressed in finery participate in Windsor’s third annual Tweed Ride on Oct. 19. Hosted by City Cyclery, the Windsor Tweed Ride is a group bicycle ride through Windsor in which the cyclists have the option to

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University of Windsor honours class of ’63 during 50th anniversary convocation

University of Windsor honours class of ’63 during 50th anniversary convocation

🕔12:18, 25.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa A group of University of Windsor alumni have been given honorary degrees at the university’s 50th anniversary convocation ceremony. The university was founded in 1963 when it was incorporated through the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The university’s

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Spits deal DeKort, add Fotinos

🕔15:46, 21.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias Windsor Spitfires general manager Warren Rychel was busy Oct. 18 making a pair of trades to ship-out and acquire a goaltender. The former second-round draft pick Jordan DeKort was traded to the Kitchener Rangers in exchange for

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