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Canada performs well at Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast

Canada performs well at Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast

🕔07:44, 14.Apr 2018

Canada had its second largest single-day medal haul of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Tuesday. Wrestlers and track and field athletes ensured 13 podium finishes for the country bringing the medal tally up to 60. Athletics Canada has 46 athletes

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Sarnia ends Spitfires playoff run

Sarnia ends Spitfires playoff run

🕔10:01, 7.Apr 2018

By Todd Shearon Windsor’s back-to-back Memorial Cup hopes were shot down on Easter. The defending 2017 Memorial Cup champions were eliminated in the first round of the OHL playoffs last Sunday losing 5-2 to the Sarnia Sting. Sarnia took advantage

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Local athlete breaks all-time OCAA scoring record

Local athlete breaks all-time OCAA scoring record

🕔10:56, 24.Mar 2018

A player for the St. Clair women’s basketball team recently broke the all-time scoring record for the OCAA. Fifth year student athlete Shannon Kennedy now holds the title of top scorer in the province for women’s basketball with 1,401 points.

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2018 Paralympic Winter Games wrap-up

2018 Paralympic Winter Games wrap-up

🕔09:57, 24.Mar 2018

Canadian paralympic athletes raised the bar high with a new 28-medal record at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. This is nine more than the last record, set in Vancouver, at the 2010 Paralympic Games. The Games wrapped up in Pyeongchang,

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Windsor’s sole cricket league hoping to keep playing

Windsor’s sole cricket league hoping to keep playing

🕔09:54, 24.Mar 2018

Windsor’s only cricket league is finishing up its first season. An indoor winter league, the Intramural Cricket League is open to anyone who has an interest in learning and playing the sport. “It all began with everyone’s will to play

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Spitfires raise Taylor Hall to the rafters

Spitfires raise Taylor Hall to the rafters

🕔08:58, 3.Mar 2018

By Todd Shearon The WFCU Centre was filled to capacity to honour the “greatest Spitfires’ player of all time.” During a pregame banner raising ceremony, the Windsor Spitfires enshrined Taylor Hall’s No. 4 in the rafters alongside the other Spitfire

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St. Clair Saints women’s volleyball team wins first medal in 20 years

St. Clair Saints women’s volleyball team wins first medal in 20 years

🕔20:03, 27.Feb 2018

The St. Clair College women’s volleyball team won bronze at this year’s OCAA tournament, ending a 20-year medal drought for the team. Head coach Jimmy El-Turk said when he started three years ago and saw the banner hanging in the

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Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

Windsor Spitfires remember captain Mickey Renaud

🕔13:47, 12.Feb 2018

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires are used to winning Memorial Cup championships, but they are also familiar with great loss. It has been ten years since former Windsor Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud died suddenly in 2009 from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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One of Canada’s flag bearers is University of Windsor alumnae

One of Canada’s flag bearers is University of Windsor alumnae

🕔12:34, 10.Feb 2018

University of Windsor alumnae Tessa Virtue and her partner Scott Moir won Olympic gold once before, in the 2010 Olympics. Now, they are looking to win gold again, as they marched under Canada’s flag in the Pyeongchang opening ceremonies. Prime

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Super Bowl an advantage for local businesses

Super Bowl an advantage for local businesses

🕔08:23, 10.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill New England Patriots versus the Philadelphia Eagles. Neither team is a local favorite, but owners of local businesses that cash in on sports games say they have a successful weekend in sales regardless of the teams playing.

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Windsor Spitfires former captain joins coaching staff

Windsor Spitfires former captain joins coaching staff

🕔10:12, 9.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert A former captain of the Windsor Spitfires has joined the coaching staff. Mike Weber was on the Spits roster from 2003-2007, playing in more than 200 regular season games. Weber served as team captain during the 2006-2007

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NAIAS opens to public this weekend

NAIAS opens to public this weekend

🕔23:53, 15.Jan 2018

By Prabhsimar Kaur It’s January and that traditionally means it’s also time for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. NAIAS is an annual automobile show, now in its twelfth year, taking place at the Cobo Center in Detroit,

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Amherstburg Admirals fall after 7 straight wins

Amherstburg Admirals fall after 7 straight wins

🕔06:43, 13.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert Fans of the Amherstburg Admirals were not nearly as happy on the weekend as they were before the new year. After finishing the 2017 calendar year with seven straight wins, the Admirals lost Sunday night 5-0 to

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Campus Combat wrestling returns to UWindsor

Campus Combat wrestling returns to UWindsor

🕔14:25, 12.Jan 2018

Windsor’s long-running wrestling promotion made its annual return to the University of Windsor this week. Border City Wrestling hosted its fourth “Campus Combat” Wednesday as a part of the university’s Frosh Week. Organizers said wrestling events like these are about

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Spitfires win with new players

Spitfires win with new players

🕔12:40, 8.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert New player Cody Morgan, acquired early last week, scored his first goal as a Spitfire on their Eastern Ontario road trip on the weekend. Morgan is not the only new player on the roster for the Spitfires.

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Windsor’s ‘The Truth’ tops TKO

Windsor’s ‘The Truth’ tops TKO

🕔14:07, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert On the biggest stage in his career to date, T.J. Laramie won a five-round unanimous decision fight against undefeated Charles Jourdain on Dec. 15. Laramie is now the world champion in the 145-pound featherweight division of the

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2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

🕔18:39, 12.Dec 2017

By Elle Remington Windsor has been awarded the 2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games. The city will spend $580,000 to host the Games but the income generated by tourists visiting Windsor could be between $5 and $10 million. “We’re thrilled to be

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Toronto Argonauts win 105th Grey Cup

Toronto Argonauts win 105th Grey Cup

🕔12:31, 27.Nov 2017

The Toronto Argonauts won the 105th Grey Cup 27-24 against the the Calgary Stampeders in a game for the ages Nov. 26. A fumble during a return at the 109-yard line allowed Cassius Vaughn to run for a touchdown in

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The fifth time is the charm

The fifth time is the charm

🕔10:20, 23.Oct 2017

By Todd Shearon The St. Clair Saints are baseball champions for the fifth straight year. St. Clair College won the 2017 OCAA Men’s Baseball Championship at Bert Lacasse Park, shutting out the Humber Hawks 1-0 in the gold medal game

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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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