Clawing their way to the top

Clawing their way to the top

🕔14:23, 20.Oct 2017

With the echo of barks and meows as its soundtrack, the South Windsor Animal Hospital gave back to the community with its annual Trim Claws for a Cause charity event. The event, which is in its sixth year, sought to

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Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

🕔13:56, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is closing down for renovations until Oct. 30. According to The City of Windsor, Windsorites can expect a few changes to the tunnel when it reopens. Due to moisture, salt, exhaust and truck impact,

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Saints Gaming gives high-level feel

Saints Gaming gives high-level feel

🕔13:50, 20.Oct 2017

By Sanjay Maru Saints Gaming is one of Canada’s first varsity esports teams and they are making it extremely easy for the general public to join in on the fun. With an array of televisions and consoles, premier quality gaming

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Windsor app helps with wait times

Windsor app helps with wait times

🕔13:44, 20.Oct 2017

By Harshpal Singh   Sick? Find out the wait time before leaving your house. Clinic Seeker is an online platform and smartphone app that helps delivers real time info on wait times in emergency rooms, clinics and hospitals to Canadians.

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Local sports program includes everyone

Local sports program includes everyone

🕔13:43, 20.Oct 2017

By Amy Bao   Sport 4 All is one of the Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative programs which contains four neighbourhood renewal organizations working in urban areas across Windsor. It aims to create barrier-free opportunities for sports and physical activities to

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St. Clair College hosts baseball championship

St. Clair College hosts baseball championship

🕔13:11, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi   St. Clair College is hosting the 2017 OCAA Men’s Baseball Championship at Bert Lacasse Park Oct. 20-21. The park has hosted many major provincial championships in the past and its bleachers can hold several hundred spectators.

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Community support on the Ganatchio Trail

Community support on the Ganatchio Trail

🕔13:55, 16.Oct 2017

By Angelica Haggert Members of Riverside Baptist Church, along with community participants were led down the path by Mayor Drew Dilkens, in support of a 75-year-old  Sara Anne Widholm, a grandmother who was brutally attacked on the trail on the morning

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Spirits of Sandwich

Spirits of Sandwich

🕔13:41, 16.Oct 2017

By Simar Kalra   The historic Sandwich town is Windsor’s hotspot for spooky ghost stories. With its rich history, Old Sandwich Town attracts all sorts of people. There is a lot to learn about its old buildings, the Captain and

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Windsor Aces defeated by Renegades

Windsor Aces defeated by Renegades

🕔13:41, 16.Oct 2017

By Angelica Haggert The Windsor Aces are a new hockey team in the Greater Metro Hockey League. The team began its season in September, starting off a 42-game schedule at Adie Knox Arena in Windsor. The GMHL was founded in 2006 as

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Border City Wrestling returns to Windsor

Border City Wrestling returns to Windsor

🕔12:07, 16.Oct 2017

By Kati Panasiuk Wrestling enthusiasts gathered for the opportunity to see big names perform at the St.Clair College Sportsplex on the weekend. On Oct. 14, Border City Wrestling hosted a live event with more 1000 people in attendance. The biggest

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Windsor man charged with child pornography

Windsor man charged with child pornography

🕔11:48, 16.Oct 2017

  By Alexandra Hristoff   Windsor Police have charged a man with pornography offenses. Mark Caon, a Windsor resident, has been charged with access to child pornography, two counts of possession of child pornography and distribution of child pornography. The

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New downtown fitness centre gives back

New downtown fitness centre gives back

🕔09:11, 14.Oct 2017

The owner of a new business in the downtown core is lending a hand to help the Downtown Mission. True Fitness owner Luis Mendez said the growing needs of the homeless population in Windsor pushed him to create a fundraising

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Building a dream for future women

Building a dream for future women

🕔09:00, 14.Oct 2017

Businesses, schools and government have all joined together to “Build a Dream” for women and girls in Windsor and Essex County. As part of a celebration for International Day of the Girl, Hackforge Windsor invited females to its community centre

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WIFF, Canada’s second largest film festival, about to kick off its 13th year in Windsor

WIFF, Canada’s second largest film festival, about to kick off its 13th year in Windsor

🕔08:55, 14.Oct 2017

In its 13th year, the Windsor International Film Festival, a nonprofit cultural organization, has gained a reputation for showing and celebrating film from Canada and around the world. “This is the second largest film festival in Canada,” said Ian Wood,

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Fire Prevention Week taking place at Devonshire Mall

Fire Prevention Week taking place at Devonshire Mall

🕔08:07, 14.Oct 2017

Windsor Fire & Rescue Services wants to continue to keep you and your family safe. Fire Prevention Week activities are taking place Oct. 8 – 14 at the Devonshire Mall. These include a fire extinguisher simulator, fire truck tours, an

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No place for hate: local men remove hateful graffiti

No place for hate: local men remove hateful graffiti

🕔08:01, 14.Oct 2017

Two local men are being praised after spending their Thanksgiving weekend painting over anti-Islamic graffiti. Jon Liedtke and Ahmed Khalifa knew something had to be done when they saw messages of hate spread throughout the city. “There’s no place for

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Local artisans raise money for charities

Local artisans raise money for charities

🕔07:47, 14.Oct 2017

Hand-made things might look worthless to some people, but to those dedicated and enthusiastic crafters, every small work is an exquisite piece of art. Just ask the crafters who were selling their wares for a good cause at the Windsor

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St. Clair students to lose “too much education” if there’s a strike

St. Clair students to lose “too much education” if there’s a strike

🕔07:39, 14.Oct 2017

St. Clair College students are feeling the effects of an impending strike. The union representing all 24 of Ontario’s public colleges has set Monday, Oct. 16 as the first day a full-scale strike could begin, and students are concerned. “I

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It is not a sprint, it is Detroit’s Free Press Chemical Bank Marathon

It is not a sprint, it is Detroit’s Free Press Chemical Bank Marathon

🕔07:20, 14.Oct 2017

It was started 40 years ago by Neal Shine, after a pleasant experience at Falmouth Road Race in Massachusetts. Being the managing director of the Detroit Free Press, he suggested the newspaper sponsor a similar event in Detroit. The participants

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Windsor police work on pharmacy protection plan

Windsor police work on pharmacy protection plan

🕔06:56, 14.Oct 2017

Windsor police have received more than $84,000 in grant money from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Service to keep pharmacists in Windsor safe from frequent robberies. There are 150 pharmacists across the region – 100 in Windsor. “The

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