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Local band releases first album

Local band releases first album

🕔11:07, 1.Feb 2013

By Liam Higgins A local progressive metal band has released their first full-length album. Pomegranate Tiger released their album Entities Jan. 31. The band consists of guitarists Martin Andres and Matt Shaheen, bassist Keith Wilkinson and drummer Phil Gatti. The

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Minister of Finance awards distinguished Windsorites

Minister of Finance awards distinguished Windsorites

🕔17:09, 25.Jan 2013

by Richard Dawes Two Windsorites are being recognized for their own contributions to Canada and their community. Minister of Finance Dwight Duncan awarded Dr. Leonard Cortese and Carol Derbyshire the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee award at separate ceremonies Jan.

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Lancers hang on to beat McMaster

Lancers hang on to beat McMaster

🕔16:39, 25.Jan 2013

The University of Windsor Lancers Men’s basketball team put their number one spot on the line at the St. Denis Centre Jan. 23. The Lancers stormed out of the gate with two first quarter dunks to set the tone early. 

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Canadians learning more about Idle No More movement

Canadians learning more about Idle No More movement

🕔16:23, 25.Jan 2013

by James Zimmerman A new poll suggests Canadians remain unsure about ongoing aboriginal efforts to improve the relationship between First Nations and the rest of Canada. The latest Harris-Decima telephone survey found that 40 per cent of participants said they

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Windsor Regiment participates in winter training

Windsor Regiment participates in winter training

🕔15:33, 25.Jan 2013

by Hailey Trealout The Windsor Regiment held an exercise at the F.A. Tilston V.C. Armoury Jan. 19 in preparation for the upcoming winter exercise in February. The exercise is organized every year to help refresh the troops on how to

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Twins for a cause

Twins for a cause

🕔15:23, 25.Jan 2013

Identical twins are not only impressing crowds with their genetics, but also with their story. Allison and Lauren Knight are 28-year-old identical twins from Kingsville. Their unique characteristics did not come without obstacles. Throughout their life they have been bullied,

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Windsor’s real estate market booms

Windsor’s real estate market booms

🕔15:00, 25.Jan 2013

by Maureen Mariampillai The permit value of residential homes in Windsor has doubled in the last year. According to Statistics Canada there has been a 52.9 per cent increase in value of building permits in Windsor from November 2011 to

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Police census shows lack of diversity

Police census shows lack of diversity

🕔14:23, 25.Jan 2013

By Sean Previl Members of the Windsor Police Service hopes the force will become more diverse after a recent census showed it was falling short in certain demographic groups. The first inaugural workplace census was conducted by WPS’s Human Rights

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Organization to fund ‘awesome’ ideas

Organization to fund ‘awesome’ ideas

🕔13:14, 25.Jan 2013

by Tom Morrison Members of the newly-formed Windsor and Essex County chapter of a worldwide organization will be donating a series of $1,000 grants throughout the year to locals with awesome ideas. Windsor is the fourteenth Canadian city to join

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Outdoor patios stay open year-round

Outdoor patios stay open year-round

🕔06:11, 23.Jan 2013

Windsor businesses will now be allowed to keep outdoor patios open year-round. The city’s current by-laws state permits for outdoor patios are valid from March 1 until Nov. 30. Under these rules businesses are responsible for removing all fences and

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Arbitrator awards Windsor Police Service nearly $2 million

Arbitrator awards Windsor Police Service nearly $2 million

🕔16:14, 21.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian An arbitrator has awarded Windsor Police Service a wage increase that will increase their budget by nearly $2 million. The ruling will boost Windsor police officers’ salary by 11.59 per cent over the course of the four-year

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Spits weekend recap

Spits weekend recap

🕔14:00, 21.Jan 2013

by Evan Mathias and Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires have found their groove. This weekend the Spitfires won all three of their games and claimed a crucial six points in their hunt for the playoffs. The Windsor Spitfires managed to

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Brides-to-be gather at Wedding Expo

Brides-to-be gather at Wedding Expo

🕔09:06, 21.Jan 2013

by/Hailey Trealout Brides-to-be gathered at the Ciociaro Club for its 13th annual Wedding odyssey expo during the weekend of Jan 12. Over 140 local booths crowded the halls of the Ciociaro displaying the best products from their businesses. Everything from

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Spits storm back to take down Sting

Spits storm back to take down Sting

🕔17:56, 20.Jan 2013

by Rob Benneian The WFCU Centre’s second-largest crowd of the season was treated to the Spitfires wildest game of the year Jan. 20, a 5-4 win over the Sarnia Sting. A raucous mob of 6,838 hockey fans saw the Spitfires

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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

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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