Windsor’s Jewish Film Festival brings stories from around the world

Windsor’s Jewish Film Festival brings stories from around the world

🕔15:48, 28.Apr 2018

By March Ren The 16th annual Ruth and Bernard Friedman Windsor Jewish Film Festival featured 11 films over four days. From April 23 to 26, Jewish films from around the world came to Windsor. “The Windsor Jewish Film Festival was an

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As the temperature rises, the boats come out

As the temperature rises, the boats come out

🕔15:40, 28.Apr 2018

Boating season is here just as the warm weather approaches. It officially started April 13. The Windsor police marine unit will be patrolling the local waterways. “We have fantastic waterways in our community,” said Sgt. Steve Betteridge, reminding the public

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Ganatchio Trail receives 2,200 more trees for Earth Day

Ganatchio Trail receives 2,200 more trees for Earth Day

🕔15:34, 28.Apr 2018

By Laurie  Harrison (a.k.a. the organizer of the Ganatchio Trail cleanup) On the heels of an environmental cleanup, Ganatchio Trail will be a little cleaner and a little greener this year with the addition of 2,200 more trees. Approximately 1,000 volunteers

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Sho Studios expand the old Borden’s Dairy into an artistic hub

Sho Studios expand the old Borden’s Dairy into an artistic hub

🕔15:00, 28.Apr 2018

By Kati Panasiuk You have probably driven by it numerous times and not even known the artistic flare hidden behind the red brick walls of the old dairy building. Sho Studios has expanded their artistic space from 1,000 sq. ft.

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National Adoption Weekend came to area pet stores

National Adoption Weekend came to area pet stores

🕔14:39, 28.Apr 2018

Last week, Windsor Essex welcomed the National Adoption Weekend. Each Pet Valu store held an adoption event for rescued pets, which lasted for three days from April 20 to 22. People who chose to attend a store located in their

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Justin Bieber comes home to Stratford, Ont. to see exhibit on his life

Justin Bieber comes home to Stratford, Ont. to see exhibit on his life

🕔14:15, 28.Apr 2018

Pop star sensation Justin Bieber has made an unexpected visit to an exhibit on himself in his hometown of Stratford, Ont. The exhibit is called “Steps to Stardom.” It was opened earlier this year in February and details Bieber’s rise

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William and Kate’s new baby has a name

William and Kate’s new baby has a name

🕔14:11, 28.Apr 2018

The Royal baby has a name. This morning the royal couple Prince William and his wife Kate decided to name their third son and fifth in line for the throne, Louis Arthur Charles. He will be known as His Royal

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WSO celebrates Point Pelee National Park’s 100th birthday with a song

WSO celebrates Point Pelee National Park’s 100th birthday with a song

🕔14:05, 28.Apr 2018

Parks Ontario is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, while Point Pelee National Park will be celebrating its 100th. Among the activities planned this year to celebrate its birthday, Point Pelee will be featuring the Windsor Symphony Orchestra with a

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Amherstburg residents will have a new pill in their medicine cabinet

Amherstburg residents will have a new pill in their medicine cabinet

🕔13:58, 28.Apr 2018

Last week’s earthquake in Essex County had some residents wondering about the areas’ emergency response plan in case something ever went wrong at nearby American nuclear power plants. As it would turn out, this week — as a result of

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Toronto van attack victims revealed, city hosts vigil

Toronto van attack victims revealed, city hosts vigil

🕔13:38, 28.Apr 2018

A single mother from Sri Lanka, a chef from Copacabana and a Toronto Maple Leaf fan — all among the 10 deaths from the Toronto van attack. The city is still reeling from the attack, and the hashtag Toronto Strong

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Toronto van attack sparks conversation about ‘Incel Rebellion’

Toronto van attack sparks conversation about ‘Incel Rebellion’

🕔13:34, 28.Apr 2018

The alleged Toronto van attack perpetrator made a post before the attack that has sparked debate about his possible motivations. “The Incel Rebellion has already begun,” posted Alek Minassian. Incel is apparently short for involuntarily celibate. According to Incels.me, a

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Fashion design students hit the ramp at Atelier Fashion show 2108

Fashion design students hit the ramp at Atelier Fashion show 2108

🕔13:12, 28.Apr 2018

Fashion design students from St. Clair College presented their collection for one last time before they graduate. They hit the ramp with their collection ranging from vintage to cartoon. The designers showcased their work April 26 at the Atelier Fashion

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An increased number of hepatitis A cases in Michigan

An increased number of hepatitis A cases in Michigan

🕔18:18, 24.Apr 2018

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is seeing a rise in the number of hepatitis A cases throughout the state. In Michigan, there have been more than 800 reported cases, including 25 deaths.  Detroit alone has had more

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UPDATE: Suspect Identified in Bloomfield Road homicide investigation

UPDATE: Suspect Identified in Bloomfield Road homicide investigation

🕔18:10, 24.Apr 2018

The Windsor Police Service has identified a male suspect in relation to the Bloomfield Road homicide investigation. Yusuf Ali, 19, is wanted for one count of first degree murder.  He’s described as being a black male – slim build, 125

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Crystal is like “frozen music” to its believers

Crystal is like “frozen music” to its believers

🕔14:57, 22.Apr 2018

By Ennis Liu Pinterest-style decorating is all the rage, including with crystals. But at White Feather Holistic Arts in Windsor, the owner is teaching more about crystals and what some people believe each one means. Tracey Rogers opened the store

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Unpredictable customs inspections might dampen cannabis tourism

Unpredictable customs inspections might dampen cannabis tourism

🕔14:31, 22.Apr 2018

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens raised serious concerns on Monday before the Senate committee that the legalization of cannabis could lead to stricter border controls, which, in turn, could slow traffic down significantly. This would have an adverse effect on the

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Small earthquake in southwestern Ontario explained

Small earthquake in southwestern Ontario explained

🕔14:16, 22.Apr 2018

This week, the floorboards in southern Ontario’s homes shook. It was not local celebrations of the international 4/20 cannabis awareness day (also this week), but a small earthquake. Many people turned to neighbours or social media to confirm what they

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Experts say investors looking at marijuana need to do their homework

Experts say investors looking at marijuana need to do their homework

🕔13:25, 22.Apr 2018

The legalization of marijuana in Canada later this year has potential investors wondering about buying in. But experts say when walking into this uncharted territory, you need to do your homework. “You should know how much fluctuation and risk tolerance

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Downtown businesses anticipating big change with legalized pot

Downtown businesses anticipating big change with legalized pot

🕔12:55, 22.Apr 2018

By Kush Mendiratta Businsses in downtown Windsor are bracing for the legalization of recreational marijuana later this year. “My shop has been here for 49 years. I have seen what lowering the drinking age did to downtown and how the

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UWindsor film students celebrate their year and show off their work

UWindsor film students celebrate their year and show off their work

🕔12:28, 22.Apr 2018

By March Ren Last Sunday night was cold and rainy, but inside the Chrysler Theatre, people could shut that out and enjoy a film night, courtesy of the University of Windsor. Students from the communication, media and film program were

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