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Ward 5 all candidates meeting

Ward 5 all candidates meeting

🕔14:14, 17.Oct 2014

By Sean Frame Ten days before the election, Ward 5 candidates are attempting to show the community why they are the right choice. On Oct. 17 at the Gino and Liz Marcus Community Complex candidates were given a chance to

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Drew Dilkens feature

Drew Dilkens feature

🕔14:04, 17.Oct 2014

By Ryan Brough                             “Continue to move the city forward or go back to the 1980s when Mr. Millson was mayor?” Drew Dilkens was born in Windsor

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Mudslinging: effective or ineffective?

Mudslinging: effective or ineffective?

🕔13:49, 17.Oct 2014

It’s been more than two centuries since the Barber of Seville promoted dirty campaigning and 100 years since it morphed into mudslinging. But when candidates spend their time belittling their opponents, it begs the question: when they do throw dirt,

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Amherstburg Candidates Meet Voters at Open House

Amherstburg Candidates Meet Voters at Open House

🕔13:34, 17.Oct 2014

By Mark Brown. Candidates running for offices in the town of Amherstburg gave residents a chance to hear their positions on a variety of issues at a meet-the-candidates open house Thursday night, Oct 9. With three vacant seats on town

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Bookfest Windsor returns for 13th year

Bookfest Windsor returns for 13th year

🕔13:30, 17.Oct 2014

By Shelbey Hernandez   Bookfest Windsor will begin its thirteenth year with a four-day event starting next Friday, Oct. 23. The event is scheduled to take place at the Capitol Theatre. Thursday and Friday will be free, but tickets for Saturday

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Local advocates fight for urban chickens

Local advocates fight for urban chickens

🕔13:11, 17.Oct 2014

By Eugenio Mendoza Some Windsor residents say urban chicken coops should be allowed on private property. Experts believe say that having chickens would be a safe and healthy alternative to store-bought products and cite an overabundance of Genetically Modified Organisms

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Social-media inspired debate proves to be success

Social-media inspired debate proves to be success

🕔12:24, 17.Oct 2014

By Shelbey Hernandez   A social media inspired debate called Vote Now, Vote Then, saw over 250 attendees. The debate was held at The Foundry Pub on Oct. 15 and began at 7 p.m. The debate consisted of 10 of

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Windsor students struggle with the power to vote

Windsor students struggle with the power to vote

🕔11:24, 17.Oct 2014

By: Ashley Ann Mentley Many University of Windsor students have strong concerns about the city, but mixed feelings about voting in the upcoming election. Megan Sinclair, 20, and Lisan DeNijs, 19, are both third-year concurrent education students who moved to

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Being Thankful

Being Thankful

🕔14:16, 10.Oct 2014

BEING THANKFUL By Mark Brown As an American living in Canada, I celebrate two Thanksgivings. The first is Canadian Thanksgiving in October, celebrated the same day as the American Columbus Day. American Thanksgiving is in late November, characterized by huge

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Wildcats struck by lightning!

Wildcats struck by lightning!

🕔14:14, 10.Oct 2014

By Ryan Turczyniak October 10, 2014 The Southwest Wildcats were defeated by the Durham West Lightning 5-3 at Forest Glade Arena on Oct. 5. The Lightning are second place in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League. The Lightning were a strong

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MediaPlex students host Ward 3 debate

MediaPlex students host Ward 3 debate

🕔13:43, 10.Oct 2014

By: Dan Gray St. Clair College journalism students have held their first of two debates this election season at the MediaPlex in Windsor, Ontario. Prospective ward three candidates Gabe Maggio, Rino Bortolin, Caroline Postma and Claude Reno gathered with residents

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Teen pregnancy is on a decline

Teen pregnancy is on a decline

🕔11:48, 10.Oct 2014

By Millar Hill Pregnancy rates among adolescents are decreasing, according to recent statistics. According to Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long-term Care, the rate of teenage pregnancies has been decreasing over the last 25 years. Even though the rate is

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Windsor residents decide significance of election

Windsor residents decide significance of election

🕔11:46, 10.Oct 2014

By Millar Hill Windsor residents are deciding what issues are significant to them as they prepare to vote in the upcoming municipal election. A total of 54 candidates are running for ward councillor positions this year. Some residents have said

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SRC approves GSA

SRC approves GSA

🕔11:43, 10.Oct 2014

Gay and straight students can now work together at St. Clair College to end homophobia. St. Clair College’s Gay-Straight Alliance was created by Mikael Mosley, 21, and approved by the Student Representative Council Sept. 26. Members will raise awareness of

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Windsor’s Multiple Myeloma march

Windsor’s Multiple Myeloma march

🕔11:31, 10.Oct 2014

By Caleb Workman Myeloma March Sept. 28, 2014   Windsor’s Multiple Myeloma March Families and friends of myeloma patients along with community supporters came out to the annual “Windsor Multiple Myeloma Walk” on Sept. 28. The sunny day in Dieppe

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Why not Windsor-Essex?

Why not Windsor-Essex?

🕔11:01, 10.Oct 2014

Windsor’s population has been falling for the past five years and community leaders are searching for a solution. According to a report made last year by The Conference Board of Canada, Windsor ranked the second lowest in population growth in

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High school students learn about college programs

High school students learn about college programs

🕔10:56, 10.Oct 2014

By Justin Prince Secondary students from Windsor-Essex County will have a lot to think about involving their future after attending a province-wide college fair. More than 1,000 high school students from across the region attended the College Information Program in

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Community Steps Up Support for Troops

Community Steps Up Support for Troops

🕔11:57, 3.Oct 2014

By Jeff Gravel Local soldiers are finding support from the community at their fourth annual fundraising event on Saturday, September 20. Trot with the Troops campaign is an initiative started by Delta Company, the civilian arm of the Essex and

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Community runs with troops at annual event

Community runs with troops at annual event

🕔14:24, 26.Sep 2014

  By: Dan Gray Co-Managing Editor The Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment held their fourth annual Trot with the Troops event at the Major FA Tilston Armoury and Police Training Centre in Windsor. Members of the community were given the

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Local Unemployment Rate for Youth Increases

Local Unemployment Rate for Youth Increases

🕔14:21, 26.Sep 2014

Local unemployment rate hit nine per cent in August as younger citizens find it hard to get jobs at home. Windsor-Essex has had a history of youth unemployment over the past six years. According to Statistics Canada, Windsor has seen

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