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Where’s the one per cent?

Where’s the one per cent?

🕔13:27, 15.Feb 2013

by Rick Dawes A local artist who attended the City of Windsor’s Cultural Summit at the McKenzie Hall Cultural Centre Feb. 13 is questioning why the city hasn’t set aside one per cent of municipal construction costs to purchase local

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Author debuts new book in Amherstburg

Author debuts new book in Amherstburg

🕔12:45, 15.Feb 2013

By Jolene Perron An Amherstburg resident is turning her enjoyed hobby into a career option. Robin Martin-Duttmann, 44, is waiting on the shipment of her children’s book Zoo on the Moon. She wrote the book 17 years ago, she said,

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Getting dirty in Detroit

Getting dirty in Detroit

🕔12:36, 15.Feb 2013

By Maciejka Gorzelnik Art enthusiasts checked their inhibitions at the door Feb. 8 as they walked into Bert’s Warehouse in Detroit for opening night of this year’s Dirty Show. Now in its fourteenth year, the Dirty Show has become one

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Black artists showcased in art exhibition

Black artists showcased in art exhibition

🕔12:02, 15.Feb 2013

By Marissa DeBortoli Many local art lovers have been attending the on-going sixth annual Artists of Colour exhibition at the Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre. Artists of Colour, a non-profit art group created in 2008, showcases black artists’ talent in an

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Police blotter Feb. 13

Police blotter Feb. 13

🕔18:41, 13.Feb 2013

By Sean Previl Windsor Police Service are asking for assistance in locating two men involved in a recent assault. Two men allegedly confronted a 21-year-old male and his friend in Remington Park Feb. 12 in an attempted robbery. The alleged

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Police blotter Feb. 12

Police blotter Feb. 12

🕔17:27, 12.Feb 2013

In a period spanning Feb 8-12, Windsor Police Service: • Answered 1102 calls to emergency 911 phone lines • Responded to 249 calls to 911 requiring police attendance • Handled 948 calls for service, dispatched or officer-initiated • Issued 136

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Police blotter Feb. 8

Police blotter Feb. 8

🕔17:53, 8.Feb 2013

by Sean Previl In a 24-hour period spanning Feb 7-8, Windsor Police Service: • Answered 289 calls to emergency 911 phone lines • Responded to 88 calls to 911 requiring police attendance • Handled 311 calls for service, dispatched or

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Enrollment numbers on the rise at St. Clair College

Enrollment numbers on the rise at St. Clair College

🕔14:43, 8.Feb 2013

By Y. Murad Erzinclioglu Enrollment may be down at the University of Windsor but the number of students at St. Clair College continues to rise. Over the past decade enrollment at the college has steadily increased year after year. In

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Colasanti’s has third annual craft show

Colasanti’s has third annual craft show

🕔14:33, 8.Feb 2013

by Hailey Trealout Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens opened its doors for their third annual craft show Feb. 2. An attendance of 60 local venders filled the halls of the venue, displaying their homemade merchandises. The craft show was run by Ashley

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Paczki worth the wait

Paczki worth the wait

🕔14:24, 8.Feb 2013

by James Zimmerman Fat Tuesday brings a familiar treat to Windsorites once a year and bakeries prepare weeks before to deliver the sweet stuff. Paczki are a popular treat for Windsorites to eat on Fat Tuesday. Traditionally, the reason for

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U of W president outlines strategic plan

U of W president outlines strategic plan

🕔14:20, 8.Feb 2013

By Tom Morrison   The president of the University of Windsor wants to attract more students by making enrollment more appealing for new students and finding ways to promote ongoing developments at the school. University president Alan Wildeman addressed a

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Tim Hortons utilizes pennies

Tim Hortons utilizes pennies

🕔13:46, 8.Feb 2013

by Jolene Perron Tim Hortons across Essex County are giving residents an outlet for their pennies as they go out of circulation. Tim Hortons customers have possibly seen the donation boxes for Tim Hortons camps for years. The coffee shops

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An evening with Ray Robertson

An evening with Ray Robertson

🕔13:45, 8.Feb 2013

The University of Windsor’s newest writer-in-residence met with at a local book store to read from his latest book. Biblioasis hosted an evening with Ray Robertson Feb 5.Robertson read from his book David and later did a Q&A session. The

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Goyeau Street tunnel entrance

Goyeau Street tunnel entrance

🕔13:33, 8.Feb 2013

by Mitchell Brandner Starting Feb. 11, Goyeau Street will become the new access point for the Windsor-Detroit tunnel. Local traffic will no longer have access to the section of Goyeau Street between Wyandotte Street and Park Street. “This is a

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Afrofest kicks off at the University

Afrofest kicks off at the University

🕔13:07, 8.Feb 2013

by Steven Anderson February is Black History Month and for some Windsorites, it’s a time for celebration and awareness. In light of the celebration the University of Windsor held its seventh annual Afrofest week celebrating Black History Month and its

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Nobels forfeit third straight

Nobels forfeit third straight

🕔12:55, 8.Feb 2013

A teacher is standing by their union by forfeiting girls high school hockey games. Belle River District High School forfeited their third game of the season, this time against St. Joseph’s Catholic High School. The game was scheduled for Feb.

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Police blotter Feb. 7

Police blotter Feb. 7

🕔12:52, 8.Feb 2013

By Sean Previl A local man has been arrested for possession of a firearm. Joshua Way was taken into custody Feb. 6 by Windsor Police Service in the 4200 block of Casgrain Road. Way, who was under investigation for possession

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Lancers drop home finale in back-to-back losses

Lancers drop home finale in back-to-back losses

🕔12:47, 8.Feb 2013

The Windsor Lancers men’s hockey team has let their second place position slip from their grasp with losses to the Guelph Gryphons and Western Mustangs. The Lancers took on the Mustangs in their final home game of the season.  As

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Canada’s last penny minted

Canada’s last penny minted

🕔15:09, 4.Feb 2013

by Rob Benneian Canadian coin collectors will mark Feb. 4 as an historic day with Canada’s last penny having been minted. The Government of Canada, in partnership with the Royal Canadian Mint, has permanently stopped production of the one-cent piece

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Sandwich Towne rallies to save post office

Sandwich Towne rallies to save post office

🕔14:43, 1.Feb 2013

by Chris Richards For the second time in two years, Windsor’s Olde Sandwich Towne is fighting to keep one of its historical buildings from being shuttered. Dozens of Windsor and Sandwich Towne residents gathered at the corner of Sandwich and

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