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Tim Hortons benefits Maryvale

Tim Hortons benefits Maryvale

🕔11:58, 11.Oct 2013

by Jolene Perron The Tim Hortons Smile Cookies campaign has helped children in need this year. The doughnut chain brought its Smile Cookie campaign to Windsor and Essex county for the first year. From Sept. 23 until Sept. 29, cookies

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Windsor infant fights cancer

Windsor infant fights cancer

🕔14:00, 7.Oct 2013

By Shaun Garrity Normally infants are at home in their cribs, but a 13-week Windsor baby is at the Children’s Hospital in London battling cancer. Jonathon “Johnny” Deans and Christina Eady are living London to be with their son Jonathon

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Distracted driving not tolerated in Windsor

Distracted driving not tolerated in Windsor

🕔16:00, 4.Oct 2013

              By Sean Previl Local police are implementing a new initiative to combat distracted driving. The Windsor Police Service released a report Oct. 2 informing Windsor of new rules regarding distracted driving with a

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New Tim Hortons in Harrow

New Tim Hortons in Harrow

🕔15:34, 4.Oct 2013

by Shelbey Hernandez Harrow will soon have a Tim Hortons after years of being one of the few towns in Essex County without one. The new Tim Hortons is being built where the Harrow Feed Store was located at the

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Community Living benefits from apple festival

Community Living benefits from apple festival

🕔15:26, 4.Oct 2013

by Mandy Matthews The Ruthven Apple Festival has been supporting Community Living for 34 years with its two-day event filled with attractions and vendors. Community Living is an organization that works to support people who have an intellectual disability. The

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St. Clair  sports briefs

St. Clair sports briefs

🕔15:02, 4.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias Men’s Soccer The St. Clair College men’s soccer team is close to clinching a playoff spot in the Ontario College Athletic Associations’ West Division with a 2-0 win against the Lambton Lions Oct. 2. The Saints got

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Wheelchair relay raises money for spinal cord injuries

Wheelchair relay raises money for spinal cord injuries

🕔14:38, 4.Oct 2013

By Justin Prince Able-bodied Windsorites hopped in wheelchairs Sept. 29 for a special relay to raise money for people with spinal cord injuries. The seventh annual Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Wheelchair Relay Challenge was held in the Windsor Family Credit

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Local pizza shop holds their first punk show

Local pizza shop holds their first punk show

🕔14:02, 4.Oct 2013

By: Liam Higgins A local pizza shop offered a slice of punk for the first time Sept 29. Krusty’s Pizza, located at the corner of Ottawa Street and Kildare Road, held their first annual Krusty’s Pizza Punk Rock Fest Sept.

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Job fair helps students in need of work

Job fair helps students in need of work

🕔13:42, 4.Oct 2013

By: Kyle Goodhue A job fair on Sept. 28 held at Place Concorde brings businesses and students together to help find students work. The fair, hosted by Windsor Business Networks featured 16 Ontario businesses. They set up booths where employees

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Enrolment on the rise with fire and fashion

Enrolment on the rise with fire and fashion

🕔13:31, 4.Oct 2013

By Y Murad Erzinclioglu Students learning about high fashion and saving lives are helping to increase enrolment at St. Clair College. In September the college introduced two new programs – fashion design technician and pre-service firefighter education and training. Both

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Windsor faces issues with U.S. shutdown

Windsor faces issues with U.S. shutdown

🕔13:22, 4.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa Local business and tourism experts foresee a potentially negative impact on the Windsor-Detroit border due to the U.S. government shutdown. The United States government announced a temporary shutdown Oct. 1. It was caused by a dispute over

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Ghost walks fifth year in Amherstburg

Ghost walks fifth year in Amherstburg

🕔12:49, 4.Oct 2013

By Jolene Perron Ghosts are taking over the Amherstburg Navy Yard this October. Rob Tymec is bringing his team of actors from Monkeys with a Typewriter back for the fifth year of the Amherstburg Ghost Walks. The tours originally started in Old Sandwich Town in Windsor. Tymec said someone from the Amherstburg Chamber

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Spits veterans step up

Spits veterans step up

🕔12:30, 4.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias After losing their first two games of the season, the Windsor Spitfires bounced back in a big way defeating the Erie Otters 8-4 Sept. 28. Windsor’s offence was lead by veteran forwards Kerby Rychel and Brady Vail.

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Rally held to raise awareness about sexual harrasment

Rally held to raise awareness about sexual harrasment

🕔12:27, 4.Oct 2013

by Clara Musca The annual Take Back The Night rally and march took place Sept 28 in downtown Windsor to raise awareness about sexual harassment, and domestic violence. The event was held in Dieppe Gardens and attracted hundreds of women,

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Harvesting the art

Harvesting the art

🕔11:59, 4.Oct 2013

by Chris Mailloux The Harvesting the FAM Festival kicked off its second day with a comic book themed art show. The Incredible Comic Show took place Sept. 28 and featured art from local artists and well known comic creators. The

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Local missionaries prepare for trip to Guatemala

Local missionaries prepare for trip to Guatemala

🕔11:23, 4.Oct 2013

By Joseph Elliot Members of the Windsor/Essex County based development group Guatemala Hope are preparing for two upcoming trips to the small rural village of El Triunfo, Guatemala Oct. 31 and Nov. 15.   Guatemala Hope is a non-profit charitable

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Moore scores first OHL goal

Moore scores first OHL goal

🕔10:59, 4.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias Windsor Spitfires second-round pick Ryan Moore scored his first career Ontario Hockey League goal Oct. 3 against the Plymouth Whalers. Moore gained control of the puck behind the goal line, turned and fired a shot that beat

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Reunion of famed ‘Devil’s Brigade’ spurs talk of greater recognition for veterans

Reunion of famed ‘Devil’s Brigade’ spurs talk of greater recognition for veterans

🕔22:34, 1.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa Local veterans and citizens are demanding more public support and recognition for those who have served their country. The 67th reunion of the First Special Service Force was held in Windsor starting Sept. 25. The reunion ended

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S.H.I.E.L.D. is recruiting viewers, should you assemble?

S.H.I.E.L.D. is recruiting viewers, should you assemble?

🕔11:45, 30.Sep 2013

  By Chris Mailloux After three long years Joss Whedon has finally returned to television with his latest work Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  Right away the series shows clips from the 2012 hit film The Avengers, setting up the connection between

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California knows how to party

California knows how to party

🕔11:33, 30.Sep 2013

  By Richard Riosa From the minute you pick up the controller until the moment you put it down, you know you’re taking part in something truly special. Fans have been waiting over five years to see if Rockstar North

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