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Underage drinking at bars becoming less of a problem

Underage drinking at bars becoming less of a problem

🕔14:43, 10.Nov 2012

by Sarah Campbell While underage drinking has increased in Canada, Windsor bartenders believe fewer minors are trying to go to their establishments. Rayven Howard, bartender at Milk Coffee Bar, said that they don’t get many underage people who try to

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Local hospital uses computer innovation to improve standards

🕔14:42, 10.Nov 2012

by Colin Mansell Managers at Hotel-Dieu Grace Hospital are depending on management technology to cut wait times and improve patient relations. Windsor hospitals report an wait time average of 11 hours between patient admission and departure and although it is

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Students informed of Bill 115

Students informed of Bill 115

🕔14:27, 10.Nov 2012

by Liam Higgins Despite initial assumptions by Windsorites, high school students proved they were informed on Bill 115. High school students across Windsor walked out of classes Oct. 3 to protest Bill 115. Students stood outside their schools with signs

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Goodfellows introduce children to comic books

Goodfellows introduce children to comic books

🕔14:08, 10.Nov 2012

by Richard Riosa The Windsor Goodfellows are attempting to help children during the holidays by introducing comic books to the food boxes they give out in their Holiday Food Baskets program. Goodfellows was founded in 1910 by a group of

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Aquatic Centre to be built December 2013

Aquatic Centre to be built December 2013

🕔14:03, 10.Nov 2012

by Zaven Lakhoian Windsor construction workers continue to work on the Aquatic Centre located downtown. The construction, which started March 2012, is projected to be by finished by December 2013. The project is estimated to cost $65 million. The Aquatic

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An Act of Kindness

🕔14:01, 10.Nov 2012

by Korey Lalonde Have you done something kind today? Random Act of Kindness Day, a celebration of people performing kind services to others, was held Nov. 9 in Windsor and Essex County. Whether it is performing yard work for a

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Black Friday in Canada

Black Friday in Canada

🕔13:56, 10.Nov 2012

by Taylor Desjardins Devonshire Mall will be hosting their own Black Friday sale to compete with the United States on Nov. 28, 2012. For years, Canadians have been crossing the border to save money on various goods on Black Friday.

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Pontiac Sunfires lead pack in auto insurance spikes

🕔13:28, 10.Nov 2012

by Kurtis Friesen Many Pontiac Sunfire owners across the province are experiencing an increase in auto insurance rates. The Insurance Bureau of Canada periodically surveys insurers about each model and vehicle year to determine premiums. Every year, an assessment is

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A lack in awareness with students

🕔13:26, 10.Nov 2012

by Sandee Nho Mental health awareness is low among high school students, according to faculty and students at a local high school. Students and faculty at Riverside Secondary School are concerned about spreading awareness to better understand diagnosed students. Sonia

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Parking garage addresses university parking issues

🕔13:22, 10.Nov 2012

By Michael Veres The University of Windsor is installing a parking garage to help with the parking issues the students face. The parking garage is currently being constructed at the southeast corner of Wyandotte Street West and Sunset Avenue, alongside

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How has your news been ‘painted’?

🕔13:07, 10.Nov 2012

by Nathan Cabral According to a newspaper columnist and a communications professor bias is still unavoidable in the media. Chris Vander Doelen, a columnist for the Windsor Star, says bias is unavoidable because everyone has their own opinions on a

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Home for the holidays

🕔13:00, 10.Nov 2012

by Brittney Brown Not all of Windsor’s post-secondary students will be traveling home for the holidays, some now prefer to stay at their residence. For the break some students have chosen to spend their time volunteering in soup kitchens, other

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Shoppers Drug Mart delays Christmas music

Shoppers Drug Mart delays Christmas music

🕔12:58, 10.Nov 2012

By Thea Parent As of Nov. 2 Shoppers Drug Mart across Canada will no longer play Christmas music. Due to a number of complaints the company has decided to hold off on Christmas music “until further notice.” In a Facebook

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Windsorites rally to help Sandy victims

Windsorites rally to help Sandy victims

🕔12:50, 10.Nov 2012

by Sarah Ryrie Windsorites are helping to clean up the aftermath, caused by Hurricane Sandy. On Oct. 28, Hurricane Sandy hit the Eastern coast of North America. Hardest hit states include New Jersey, New York and Virginia. Although much of

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Local college food drive should have good turnout

🕔12:45, 10.Nov 2012

By Jessica  Sterenberg St. Clair College has recently kicked off their annual can drive to help students in need. Their collection started the beginning of November and pickup dates are in December.  People can apply to receive canned goods in

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Growing a Mo to help your bro

Growing a Mo to help your bro

🕔12:25, 10.Nov 2012

by Mitchell Brandner Every November, men around the world grow moustaches in support of “Movember”. The purpose of Movember is for men to stop shaving their upper lip for one month in order to raise money and awareness for prostate

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Windsor Express

🕔17:55, 9.Nov 2012

by Shaneka Williams The National Basketball League of Canada has launched a new team for the city of Windsor. The Windsor Express was announced at the end of August. The team’s CEO Dartis Willis and head coach Bill Jones drafted

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Claim Post a new addition to waterfront

Claim Post a new addition to waterfront

🕔17:46, 9.Nov 2012

by Rob Benneian The work of a London, Ont. based sculptor is a blazing addition to the Windsor riverfront. Scott McKay’s sculpture Claim Post resides at the foot of Oak Street and features yellow, orange and red ribbons of steel

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Heavyweight fights stereotypes

🕔15:06, 9.Nov 2012

by Joel Whaley While childhood obesity is a problem for over 31 per cent of Canadian children aged 5-17, heavier athletes have advantages in certain sports, according to a local wrestling coach. James Pernal has been the Essex High School

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Windsor looks Beyond EDM

Windsor looks Beyond EDM

🕔15:00, 9.Nov 2012

By Maciejka Gorzelnik   Electronic music history was made in Windsor Nov. 7 when a local techno pioneer was presented with ceremonial keys to the city. Richie Hawtin, also known as Plastikman grew up in LaSalle and began his career

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