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🕔13:24, 25.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias St. Clair college men’s volleyball. The St. Clair College Saints men’s volleyball team won the Atlantic Colleges Association Tip Off Tournament in Charlottetown, PEI Oct. 18-20. The men’s team won all four matches they played in straight

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Local filmmakers compete in short film competition

Local filmmakers compete in short film competition

🕔13:23, 25.Oct 2013

By Justin Prince Aspiring filmmakers were demonstrating their talents at a short film competition Oct. 18-20 in Windsor. The seventh annual 48-Hour FlickFest was held as part of the Windsor International Film Festival.  The goal of the FlickFest was to

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Who was spotted?

Who was spotted?

🕔13:17, 25.Oct 2013

By Sandee Nho Anonymous submissions from students may take away the responsibility of a comment on Facebook, but does it take away the meaning? With over 4,000 “likes” Spotted at UWindsor’s Facebook page is beginning to get negative responses from

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The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society presents its first Halloween walkathon

The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society presents its first Halloween walkathon

🕔13:12, 25.Oct 2013

  By: Shelbey Hernandez The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society is presenting its first Halloween-themed walkathon Oct. 27. Although the Humane Society has been hosting walkathons for 23 years, this is the first time they have presented a Halloween-themed walkathon. The

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City Cyclery hosts third annual Tweed Ride

City Cyclery hosts third annual Tweed Ride

🕔12:47, 25.Oct 2013

By: Liam Higgins Cyclists dressed in finery participate in Windsor’s third annual Tweed Ride on Oct. 19. Hosted by City Cyclery, the Windsor Tweed Ride is a group bicycle ride through Windsor in which the cyclists have the option to

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University of Windsor honours class of ’63 during 50th anniversary convocation

University of Windsor honours class of ’63 during 50th anniversary convocation

🕔12:18, 25.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa A group of University of Windsor alumni have been given honorary degrees at the university’s 50th anniversary convocation ceremony. The university was founded in 1963 when it was incorporated through the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The university’s

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Spits deal DeKort, add Fotinos

Spits deal DeKort, add Fotinos

🕔15:46, 21.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias Windsor Spitfires general manager Warren Rychel was busy Oct. 18 making a pair of trades to ship-out and acquire a goaltender. The former second-round draft pick Jordan DeKort was traded to the Kitchener Rangers in exchange for

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BookFest promotes local talent

BookFest promotes local talent

🕔02:09, 21.Oct 2013

By Stacey Janzer Michael Januska, an author born and raised in the area, is one of the authors attending Bookfest Windsor this year. He recently had a book signing for his novel Riverside Drive, set in Windsor during in the

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Downtown stabbings leave one dead, five injured

Downtown stabbings leave one dead, five injured

🕔16:32, 19.Oct 2013

Updated Oct. 27, 2013 By Sean Previl Five men are injured and one dead from stab wounds after an early morning incident downtown Oct. 19.  The Windsor Police Service was called to Pelissier Street near University Avenue around 2 a.m.

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The dead rise to raise funds for cystic fibrosis.

The dead rise to raise funds for cystic fibrosis.

🕔21:44, 18.Oct 2013

By Justin Thompson The undead chased the living Oct. 12 in Windsor during a 5K charity race for cystic fibrosis. The Zombie Chase is a 5K there-and-back “run, walk or drag.” The event took place along the riverfront trail between

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Riverside Reunion digs up memories

Riverside Reunion digs up memories

🕔17:30, 18.Oct 2013

By Sandee Nho Twnety-five years ago students at Riverside Secondary School buried a time capsule filled with memories and letters. On Oct. 12 they dug up their past. Graduates filled the cafeteria as the contents of a time capsule were

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Weather won’t stop the Taylor/Benson school from opening

Weather won’t stop the Taylor/Benson school from opening

🕔17:13, 18.Oct 2013

            By Shaun Garrity Despite losing 13 work days to excessive rain over the summer, builders of the new Taylor/Benson school are still on schedule for opening in September 2014 WINCON construction is the company handling building operations for

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Purple Ribbons for Preventing Child Abuse

Purple Ribbons for Preventing Child Abuse

🕔16:13, 18.Oct 2013

By Kenneth Bullock A local college student has brought a campaign to her school promoting prevention of child abuse.  Laurie Harrison, a student enrolled in the St. Clair College’s public relations program, has brought the purple ribbon campaign to the

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Fire Prevention Week wraps with fire safety reminders and Breast Cancer awareness

Fire Prevention Week wraps with fire safety reminders and Breast Cancer awareness

🕔16:07, 18.Oct 2013

by Bobby-Jo Keats Windsor Fire and Rescue Services teamed up with the Canadian Cancer Society Oct. 11-13 at Devonshire Mall and families were being educated about everything from electrical safety to how to create a home fire escape plan.  

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St. Clair athletics warns of social media

St. Clair athletics warns of social media

🕔15:04, 18.Oct 2013

  By Mandy Matthews St. Clair College has created a social media policy for their athletes to prevent damage against the school’s reputation. The St. Clair College Athletics & Recreation/Varsity Program Social Media Policy sets specific guidelines for the behavior

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The Walking Dead: 30 Days Without An Accident Review

The Walking Dead: 30 Days Without An Accident Review

🕔14:18, 18.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa Can we come back from the things we’ve done? This is the central theme behind the season four premier of The Walking Dead and will continue to be a theme explored throughout the season. The episode is

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Soccer not in Windsor’s culture

Soccer not in Windsor’s culture

🕔14:02, 18.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa Walk into any pub or bar throughout Europe on a weekend and what you are likely to find may more closely resemble a religious gathering than a sports event. Men and women of different ages and cultures

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Windsor astronomers share the night skies

Windsor astronomers share the night skies

🕔13:47, 18.Oct 2013

  By Andrew Bradley Local astronomers are inviting the public to view the stars at their observatories.   Windsor’s 91-member chapter of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada is one of 12 in Ontario. The organization has grown from its

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Villains Beastro had a Graphic Encounter

Villains Beastro had a Graphic Encounter

🕔13:45, 18.Oct 2013

By Chris Mailloux Windsorites gathered at Villains Beastro to learn about comics and literacy from a local author. The event was for Graphic Encounters: Comics and the Sponsorship of Multimodal Literacy and featured the author Dale Jacobs talking to the

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Pumpkin yield affected by wet season

Pumpkin yield affected by wet season

🕔13:31, 18.Oct 2013

By Taylor Desjardins Pumpkins in Windsor and Essex County are being affected by the wet weather and cold climate this year. McLeod Farms and Wagner Orchards had difficulty when dealing with the pumpkin crop because of the heavy rain and

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