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Comedy Pub produces double the laughs

Comedy Pub produces double the laughs

🕔11:25, 14.Feb 2014

by Kenneth Bullock A local pub sent audience members home chuckling after bringing two great comedians to town. The Rockhead Pub brought in Gad Holland, a comedian from Detroit and Michael Harrison, a comedian from Saskatchewan to entertain Windsorites Feb.

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Shipping slowed by ice

Shipping slowed by ice

🕔21:45, 9.Feb 2014

by Dan Gray The Canadian Coast Guard is warning shipping companies they may not be able to navigate the Detroit River without icebreaking support. Overhead satellite images of the eastern Great Lakes show that Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and

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Trivia for a great cause

Trivia for a great cause

🕔15:13, 7.Feb 2014

By: Sarah Ryrie Trivia for a great cause St. Clair College hosted its second annual trivia game at its main campus to raise money for United Way. Eight teams signed up for the trivia game and each team member was

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Romance and roses come together on Valentine’s Day

Romance and roses come together on Valentine’s Day

🕔13:52, 7.Feb 2014

by Bobby-Jo Keats For one local florist, red roses are the focus of romance on Valentine’s Day. Co-owner of Janette Florist Brandi Sullivan is preparing for Feb. 14 with a large assortment of  flowers and arrangements.  The local, family owned

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Climate change linked to heavy precipitation

Climate change linked to heavy precipitation

🕔12:34, 7.Feb 2014

by Richard Riosa A climate change expert is warning people to become more informed about climate change and the effects it has on the planet, but few people showed up to hear him speak in Windsor. Jerry Schnoor, co-director of

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Movies for baseballs

Movies for baseballs

🕔12:30, 7.Feb 2014

by Sean Frame The University of Windsor’s Club Baseball is raising fund by creating a movie theater experience on campus. On Jan. 30 the University of Windsor Lancers Baseball team hosted its first of many movie nights on campus in

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Minimum wage not enough for young workers

Minimum wage not enough for young workers

🕔12:11, 7.Feb 2014

by Justin Thompson Ontario workers earning minimum wage are struggling to live on $10.25 an hour, especially if they’re under the age of 25. According to a 2009 labour force survey by Statistics Canada, about 60 per cent of minimum

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Hollywood stars migrate north for the release of the Birder

Hollywood stars migrate north for the release of the Birder

🕔13:55, 31.Jan 2014

by Shaun Garrity Windsor is not usually familiar with celebrities, but this April the city will get a taste of Hollywood. Producer Gerry,Lattmann, producer Jeff Nadalin and director Theodore Bizaire held a press conference Jan. 28 at the Capitol Theatre

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St. Clair College celebrates the Chinese New Year

St. Clair College celebrates the Chinese New Year

🕔13:19, 31.Jan 2014

By Chris Jackman A lion made an appearance at the St. Clair College Mediaplex in honour of the Chinese New Year on Jan. 31. Students looked on as two dancers donned the traditional dragon costume and performed in the newsroom

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St. Clair Swabbing for Stem Cells

St. Clair Swabbing for Stem Cells

🕔12:57, 31.Jan 2014

By Kenneth Bullock More than 300 St.Clair College students are willing to donate their stem cells to save lives. The Get Swabbed event was held in St. Clair’s cafeteria and the new HealthPlex lobby Jan. 30. Donors were asked to

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Lower Echelon premieres at Villian’s Beastro

Lower Echelon premieres at Villian’s Beastro

🕔12:18, 31.Jan 2014

By Liam Higgins He started at 13 years old and doesn’t plan on stopping any time soon. For half his life, Andrew Frickey has produced a new skateboarding video every two years. Countless hours of hard work, dedication to his

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Let’s go to the movies

Let’s go to the movies

🕔11:58, 31.Jan 2014

Movie lovers have a new place in Windsor to watch their favourite flicks. UWin Cinemas held their grand opening Jan. 30 with a screening of Rush at Erie Hall at the University of Windsor. While not the first student-run theatre

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Sports tourist facility could be in jeopardy

Sports tourist facility could be in jeopardy

🕔13:31, 24.Jan 2014

by Justin Thompson Plans to finish building the $17 million sports tourism facility could be stopped if developers are not granted tax and business incentives by the city. James King, owner of King Development said the company will not continue

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Polar vortex brings extreme cold to region

Polar vortex brings extreme cold to region

🕔13:24, 24.Jan 2014

by Dan Gray The citizens of Windsor and Essex County are dealing with another round of extreme cold caused by an arctic air mass and the polar vortex. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Earth Observatory describes a polar vortex

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Dragons’ Den sets fire to Windsor

Dragons’ Den sets fire to Windsor

🕔13:17, 24.Jan 2014

By Sean Previl From computer bits to doggy bites, Windsorites are showing their city is more than just a factory town — it’s a place of innovation. The popular CBC television show Dragons’ Den held auditions at the Windsor-Essex Regional

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The silent victims of sexual assault find their voice

The silent victims of sexual assault find their voice

🕔13:06, 24.Jan 2014

by Hailey Trealout As the years pass, Statistics Canada shows the number of sexual assaults staying in the thousands. A report done by the Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis Centre states about 1,400 sexual assaults occur daily in Canada. Groups around

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Small Gallery Helps Promote Small Artists

Small Gallery Helps Promote Small Artists

🕔13:01, 24.Jan 2014

Small Gallery Helps Promote Small Artists By Kenneth Bullock January 24, 2014 Mudpuppy Gallery An Amherstburg art gallery is encouraging emerging artists to come in and put their pieces on display. Robert Honor, is a local artist and one of

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Local art inspired from science

Local art inspired from science

🕔12:57, 24.Jan 2014

By Millar Hill Local artists are creating art through a series of science experiments.   In the summer of 2011, 20 artists, scientists and university students went to Banff National Park in Alberta. They spent two weeks helping Jennifer Willet,

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The Princess Ball adds magic to fundraising

The Princess Ball adds magic to fundraising

🕔12:55, 24.Jan 2014

By Bobby-Jo Keats Cystic Fibrosis Canada and other volunteers hosted a princess-themed event this weekend to increase awareness and raise funds toward finding a cure.      Children received the royal treatment at the Fogolar Furlan Club on Saturday during a fundraising

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