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Ward 4 candidates square off in debate

Ward 4 candidates square off in debate

🕔14:12, 26.Sep 2014

by Justin Prince Windsorites in Ward 4 have a lot to think about after hearing from candidates for city council at a recent debate in the ward. The six candidates hoping to become the next city councillor to represent Ward

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Windsorites voice opinions on city issues

Windsorites voice opinions on city issues

🕔14:07, 26.Sep 2014

by Justin Prince Windsorites will have a lot to think about with the upcoming Windsor municipal election less than a month away with several guaranteed changes taking place on city council. More than 90 candidates registered to run for city

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UPDATED: Canadian Electrocoating accident results in fatality

UPDATED: Canadian Electrocoating accident results in fatality

🕔18:12, 19.Sep 2014

  The Ministry of Labour is investigating the death of a 55-year-old woman which occurred last Friday while she was working at Canadian Electrocoating Ltd. on Prince Road. Phuong Thang had a 12-year-old daughter and was married to Don Duong, a professional

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Locals discuss how lack of education could hinder youth votership

Locals discuss how lack of education could hinder youth votership

🕔15:06, 19.Sep 2014

By Shelbey Hernandez   Windsor residents are discussing how education can determine the likelihood of younger generations to vote. For this year’s municipal election, there are 12 mayoral candidates. Even though there are more candidates running than in previous years,

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Snow Angels receive funding for next winter

Snow Angels receive funding for next winter

🕔13:56, 11.Apr 2014

by Justin Prince The city’s Snow Angels won’t be melting away after all. Windsor city council has approved $25,000 in funding for the Snow Angels Volunteer Snow Removal Program

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Possible Enchroachment Fine for Paul Martin Scaffolding

Possible Enchroachment Fine for Paul Martin Scaffolding

🕔13:52, 11.Apr 2014

by Justin Prince The City of Windsor intends to charge the Canadian government more than $51,000 in encroachment fees if it doesn’t remove the scaffolding in front of the Paul Martin Building. City council passed the proposal after receiving word

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Watkins, Poulino take home major hardware at Saints Athletics banquet

Watkins, Poulino take home major hardware at Saints Athletics banquet

🕔13:52, 11.Apr 2014

By Brett Hedges Saints rookie men’s baseball catcher, Jeff Watkins, and graduating men’s soccer forward, Gabriel Poulino, took home major awards at the 47th St. Clair College athletic awards banquet on Wed., Apr. 9th at the St. Clair Centre for

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Disability services advisor discusses ADHD in school setting

Disability services advisor discusses ADHD in school setting

🕔11:35, 11.Apr 2014

by Shelbey Hernandez The University of Windsor offers help to those who suffer from ADHD and other disabilities during exam time. Richard Hayes, disability advisor and student strategist in the University of Windsor Student Disability Services office, said exams can

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Run for Rocky kicks off

Run for Rocky kicks off

🕔14:33, 4.Apr 2014

by Dan Gray Members of the local Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender community and Windsor community leaders have launched the second annual Run for Rocky at the St. Clair College Mediaplex. MPP Teresa Piruzza, Rocky’s parents Rob and Nancy Campana and

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Man charged with assault following standoff

Man charged with assault following standoff

🕔14:16, 4.Apr 2014

By Chris Jackman One suspect is in custody following a three-hour standoff on Pierre Avenue Wednesday. Police have identified Gerald Maxwell Halliday, 34, as the man who allegedly beat up a 32-year old woman Wednesday morning. A witness reportedly called

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JAN sidebar

JAN sidebar

🕔14:03, 4.Apr 2014

by Chris Jackman Awards winners Heart of the MediaPlex – Veronique Mandal Journalism Program First Year: Bell Media Journalist of the Year – Sean Frame Beat Reporting – Sean Frame Convergence Technology- Tecumseh MacGuigan CP Editing – Justin Prince Photojournalist

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Shots fired in East Windsor

Shots fired in East Windsor

🕔13:34, 4.Apr 2014

by Chris Jackman Windsor police are investigating reports of shots fired. Police were dispatched to the 200 block of Belleview Avenue around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, March 22, after a resident reported finding a bullet hole in the fender of his

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Spitfires unsuccessful against Knights in playoffs

Spitfires unsuccessful against Knights in playoffs

🕔12:31, 4.Apr 2014

by Evan Mathias For the third consecutive year the Windsor Spitfires were unable to win an Ontario Hockey League playoff game. The London Knights swept Windsor four games to none in the best-of-seven Western Conference quarter-final series March 27. The

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Spits Burns steps up in post-season

Spits Burns steps up in post-season

🕔12:30, 4.Apr 2014

by Evan Mathias Despite being swept by the London Knights in the first round of the Ontario Hockey League playoffs the Windsor Spitfires have positives to build on in years to come. Spitfires’ rookie defenceman Andrew Burns was called up

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Forum held to combat youth drug abuse

Forum held to combat youth drug abuse

🕔12:25, 4.Apr 2014

By Bobby-Jo Keats Associate Managing Editor       New Beginnings is teaming up with law enforcement to educate parents about drug abuse among young people.   Parents were provided with information regarding the warning signs of drug use, prevention

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Sports brief

Sports brief

🕔12:20, 4.Apr 2014

By Ryan Turczyniak The St Clair College men’s and women’s soccer teams attended the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Indoor Soccer championships, but failed to qualify for the semi-finals. The Championships were hosted by Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ont. In

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Bylaw passed puts Greek Orthodox Community’s new church on hold

Bylaw passed puts Greek Orthodox Community’s new church on hold

🕔12:17, 4.Apr 2014

By Sean Frame   Manager Editor   The Greek Orthodox Community is unable to build at a Walker Road site,as a result their plans to build a new church is once again hold.   The Greek community originally approached the

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WECDSB forecasts lower funding in 2014

WECDSB forecasts lower funding in 2014

🕔12:16, 4.Apr 2014

By Taylor Busch   The 2014-15 budget for the Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board is estimating a decline of 900 students in September and projects a loss of 1,000 students for the following year. Researchers for the Catholic board

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Bridal Ball holds sold-out event

Bridal Ball holds sold-out event

🕔10:56, 4.Apr 2014

by Jolene Perron Gowns, dresses and tiaras have been the focus of an event aimed to assist local charities each year. The second annual Bridal Ball was a sold out event March 28, with proceeds to benefit Run for Rocky.

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Comic Con invades Toronto

Comic Con invades Toronto

🕔15:02, 21.Mar 2014

By Chris Mailloux A comic convention in Toronto attracts guests from all over the world.  This year’s guests included comic book creators from Windsor. Thousands of fans were given the chance to meet comic book creators, actors and voice over

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