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Idle No More Protests in Windsor

Idle No More Protests in Windsor

🕔12:00, 20.Jan 2013

By: Aussie Vizcayno Thousands of first nation demonstrators gathered to support the group Idle No More in protest. Protestors rallied down Huron Church Rd. on Wednesday to raise awareness of Bill C-45, the omnibus budget bill that changes the legislation

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2014 C7 Corvette Stingray unveiled at North American International Auto Show

2014 C7 Corvette Stingray unveiled at North American International Auto Show

🕔13:42, 18.Jan 2013

By Samuel McEachern The Corvette has been with us since 1953, and it rarely gets a complete redesign. That is why the C7 is without a doubt one of the stars of the show at this years 2013 NAIAS. So

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Cadillac ELR brings style, luxury to plug in hybrids

Cadillac ELR brings style, luxury to plug in hybrids

🕔13:25, 18.Jan 2013

By Samuel McEachern General Motors unveiled the 2014 Cadillac ELR Jan. 15 at the North American International Auto Show. The luxury coupe, which is also an extended range EV, will be available in Canada. It is based off of the

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Police blotter Jan. 18

🕔13:03, 18.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian St. Joseph’s Catholic High School went into a temporary lockdown after Windsor Police Service was alerted to a student possibly being in possession of a gun. The allegation turned out to be false. The Grade 9 student

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Local artist donates painting to Bellewood Public School

Local artist donates painting to Bellewood Public School

🕔12:31, 18.Jan 2013

by Taylor Desjardins A local artist has donated a painting to Bellewood Public School as a way of showing her gratitude for her children’s education. Colleen Seto, a mother of two Bellewood students, talked about her painting called Curiousity that

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Spits defeat Steelheads

Spits defeat Steelheads

🕔12:19, 18.Jan 2013

by Evan Mathias Despite being outshot 33 to 18, the Windsor Spitfires managed to hold on for a 2-1 win over the Mississauga Steelheads Jan. 17 at the WFCU Centre. An evenly matched first period saw good scoring opportunities for

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Maroon Bros Hosts Open Mic Night

Maroon Bros Hosts Open Mic Night

🕔11:16, 18.Jan 2013

by Liam Higgins A local pub and grill is holding open mic nights for musicians to come and perform. The Maroon Bros’ Pub and Grill located at 39 Chatham St. E, holds their open mic nights every Thursday at 10

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Thefts at Leddy Library

Thefts at Leddy Library

🕔11:11, 18.Jan 2013

By Sean Previl Jan. 18, 2013 Leddy Library Thefts Campus Community Police at the University of Windsor are reporting an increase in thefts from students. In a report released Jan. 16, campus police said there have been several thefts of

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Psychic Expo returns to Caboto

Psychic Expo returns to Caboto

🕔10:11, 18.Jan 2013

by Alice Hewitt For those looking for an insight into their future, the psychic expo was the place to go. The weekend long event was held at the Giovanni Caboto Club and is considered to be Windsor’s largest international psychic

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Koko making an immediate impact

🕔23:26, 16.Jan 2013

by Evan Mathias The Windsor Spitfires have regained a big piece of their offence with the return of centre Alexander Khokhlachev. The 19 year old returned to the Spitfires after playing 26 games with Spartak Moskva of the Kontinental Hockey

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My Bullying Story

🕔21:02, 10.Jan 2013

by Sean Previl The St. Clair College Student Representative Council is inviting the public to help them end bullying. The SRC is holding a presentation titled “My Bullying Story” Thursday, Jan. 24 at 11 a.m. and will run until 1 p.m.

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Spitfires land Koekkoek

🕔00:46, 10.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian In the same week he brought Koko back, Windsor Spitfires general manager Warren Rychel got Koekkoek too. Slater Koekkoek, that is. In exchange for the veteran rearguard’s services, the Spitfires sent Colorado Avalanche draftee Michael Clarke and

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Spits add another forward in deal with Ottawa

🕔13:50, 8.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian Warren Rychel has continued his makeover the Windsor Spitfires forward group in the days leading up to the Ontario Hockey League’s Jan. 10 trade deadline. A day after announcing the return of Alexander Khokhlachev and the acquisition

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Spits deal Lorentz for Aleardi

🕔16:56, 7.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian Warren Rychel has had a busy day. First the Windsor Spitfires general manager confirmed star centre AlexanderKhokhlachev will return from Spartak Moscow, where his father is the general manager. Less than five hours later, Rychel struck a deal

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Khokhlachev returns to Spitfires from Russia

🕔12:11, 7.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires announced today the return of star centre Alex Khokhlachev from Russia. Khokhlachev, 19, helped guide the Russian national junior team to a bronze medal victory over Canada at the recent World Junior Hockey Championships,

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Local Tai Chi demonstration

🕔11:54, 7.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian The Windsor branch of Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai Chi opened their doors Jan. 6 for a public demonstration of the steps involved in the popular Chinese martial art. A group of approximately 15 instructors performed all

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Rangers snap Spits streak

🕔12:03, 14.Dec 2012

by Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires longest winning streak of the season ended rather unceremoniously Thursday night at the WFCU Centre. After stringing together four consecutive wins over the Ottawa 67’s, Soo Greyhounds, Sarnia Sting and Oshawa Generals Windsor was

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Police arrest child pornography distributor

🕔11:35, 14.Dec 2012

by Rob Benneian Windsor Police Service arrested a 41-year-old Windsor man on charges of distributing, accessing and possessing child pornography Thursday morning. Police were discovered evidence of such activity from a local internet provider address and launched an undercover investigation.

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Garbage in, garbage out

🕔11:30, 14.Dec 2012

by Rob Benneian Surplus garbage bins are being made available by the facilities management division of St. Clair College. For $50 plus HST, members of the public can purchase a 66 gallon garbage bin. The bins are red and have

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Rock Out The Lockout

🕔00:04, 7.Dec 2012

by Rob Benneian The name might make it sound more like a concert, but one look at the lineup tells you what to expect from Rock Out the Lockout. Steve Ott. James Neal. Nik Kronwall. Todd Bertuzzi. Nearly three months

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