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Essex mayoral race ends as close one

Essex mayoral race ends as close one

🕔14:45, 31.Oct 2014

By Shelbey Hernandez   Ron McDermott has been announced as Mayor of Essex for a fourth term with two of his competitors not far behind. It was a flashback to the 2010 municipal election when McDermott beat Ron Rogers by

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RCAF 90th anniversary celbration serves as trip down memory lane

RCAF 90th anniversary celbration serves as trip down memory lane

🕔13:19, 31.Oct 2014

By Dan Gray Veterans from across southern Ontario gathered at the Canadian Historical Aircraft Association hanger onOct. 25 to reminisce about their time in the service. Windsor’s Passing the Torch Committee, in association with CHAA and other community organizations, held

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Windsor election hits the finish line

Windsor election hits the finish line

🕔12:56, 31.Oct 2014

Windsor election hits the finish line By Kenneth Bullock Reporter, Assistant Entertainment Editor, Social Media       The end of Windsor’s mayoral and ward elections was in sight, Monday night. Some of the Windsor races were down to the

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Bill Baker and the Essex election

Bill Baker and the Essex election

🕔12:55, 31.Oct 2014

First time mayoral hopeful Bill Baker finished the Essex election 399 votes behind Ron McDermott, who won.   Bill Baker entered the Portuguese Club in Harrow at 11 p.m. with the election results. Baker came in the room smiling and

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Windsor Youth Centre more than a “community centre”

Windsor Youth Centre more than a “community centre”

🕔12:40, 31.Oct 2014

By Jeremy James Fokuoh   The Windsor Youth Centre is considered more than just a community centre – it has become a second home for many young people in the community. When the centre was opened in October 2011, no

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Solider honoured as he’s laid to rest

Solider honoured as he’s laid to rest

🕔11:53, 31.Oct 2014

Thousands of people gathered in the streets of Hamilton on Tuesday to pay their respects to fallen soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. The regimental funeral brought mourners from across the country to Cirillo’s hometown to say goodbye and thank him for

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Drew Dilkens elected new mayor of Windsor

Drew Dilkens elected new mayor of Windsor

🕔11:52, 31.Oct 2014

by Justin Prince The City of Windsor now has a new mayor. Drew Dilkens, who previously represented Ward 1 on city council, was elected the 34th mayor in the city’s history Oct. 27. Dilkens received more than 55 per cent

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Absence of voter cards an issue

Absence of voter cards an issue

🕔11:51, 31.Oct 2014

Not all residents in Windsor who are eligible to vote have been receiving their Voter Information Cards. Only 37 per cent of Windsor residents eligible to vote cast their ballot for a new mayor, city council members, and school board

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Local businesses await construction completion

Local businesses await construction completion

🕔11:08, 31.Oct 2014

Despite blocked off streets business owners and employees say repairs on Wyandotte to damaged roads and water mains will help Walkerville continue to improve.   Chris Andrechek, 31, works at Biblioasis and says although the construction has slowed down traffic

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Advancer

Advancer

🕔10:31, 31.Oct 2014

By Ken Pastushyn The Windsor Essex Show featuring IT Solutions will take place at the Caboto Club on Tuesday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This one-day forum and trade-show is sponsored by the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of

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Purse Theft

Purse Theft

🕔12:12, 27.Oct 2014

Windsor Police have released a picture of the suspect involved in a purse robbery which occurred on Sunday at the noon hour at the Shoppers Drugmart on 11500 Tecumseh Road East. The victim left her purse sitting in her cart

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Strong and Free

Strong and Free

🕔13:41, 25.Oct 2014

By: Dan Gray Canadians are generally a peace-loving, Kumbaya-singing, quiet-by-nature society. We have a carefree attitude that allows us to believe that no one would want to hurt us because who could really hate a Canadian? But now our innocence,

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Ford Motor Company awards investment to Mexico over Windsor plants

Ford Motor Company awards investment to Mexico over Windsor plants

🕔19:31, 24.Oct 2014

by Justin Prince The Ford Motor Company has awarded their investment for a new engine program and facility to Mexico instead of Windsor’s two plants. “We have been informed that we will not be getting the product that we were

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Carrier called to benefit students

Carrier called to benefit students

🕔15:41, 24.Oct 2014

By : Michael Hugall   St. Clair College advertising students were given some key advice the morning of Oct. 17 when a British entrepreneur was skyped into a marketing class to share information about the success of Revive-A-Phone. Jeff Carrier,

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Incentive Programs Drive New Downtown Business

Incentive Programs Drive New Downtown Business

🕔13:44, 24.Oct 2014

The City of Windsor is reporting an increase in new businesses opening in the downtown core, some as the result of incentive programs designed to encourage relocation and increase foot traffic. The city and the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association

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Pumpkin donations keeping Daniel Ethier’s memory alive.

Pumpkin donations keeping Daniel Ethier’s memory alive.

🕔13:41, 24.Oct 2014

When you drive past the home of Roch Ethier and see more than 80 pumpkins covering his lawn you may think he’s a Halloween fanatic, but the truth goes much deeper than that. The pumpkins are a tribute to Ethier’s

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Riverside Arena lot a concern for Ward 6 residents

Riverside Arena lot a concern for Ward 6 residents

🕔13:36, 24.Oct 2014

The candidates of Ward 6 discussed why they should be elected as city councillor five days before the municipal election. Alex Denonville, John S. Holmes, Jason Dupuis and Jo-Anne Gignac showed up Oct. 22 to participate in the all candidates

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Citizens asked to remain “vigilant” when crossing border after attack in Ottawa

Citizens asked to remain “vigilant” when crossing border after attack in Ottawa

🕔12:18, 24.Oct 2014

by Justin Prince Windsorites and Canadians alike are being asked to be vigilant and to be safe when crossing the border after a terrorist attack on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Both local and national agencies are warning citizens to be

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Standing their ground

Standing their ground

🕔11:25, 24.Oct 2014

    Candidates running in Ward 3 have made their message clear in advance of the upcoming municipal election.   More than 60 people attended the Ward 3 candidates meeting at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts on Tuesday,

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Renovations going as planned for downtown mission

Renovations going as planned for downtown mission

🕔10:52, 24.Oct 2014

  By: Allanah Wills Downtown Mission renovations Oct. 24 2014 The $1 million construction project to upgrade the Downtown Mission is underway and going smoothly, according to mission executive director Chandra Dass. “So far no bumps, nothing that I would

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