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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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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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Sometimes the more something costs, the more you gain from it

Sometimes the more something costs, the more you gain from it

🕔21:07, 21.Apr 2018

By Sunnio Zeng “I think everyone should try your best to do something, to make a difference to your surroundings, because in order to make this world a better place to live, this is part of the reason why we

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Windsor woman surviving through the ups and downs of bipolar disorder

Windsor woman surviving through the ups and downs of bipolar disorder

🕔19:09, 21.Apr 2018

By March Ren Shocked. Sad. This is how Natalie Cooper remembers her high school friend who committed suicide. It was a terrible time that would come as she was dealing her own mental health struggles, which had already started much

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Hearts out for Humboldt

Hearts out for Humboldt

🕔13:57, 20.Apr 2018

By Ryan Jones   An echo of sympathy continues to resonate in response to the recent tragedy from Humboldt, Sask. People not only in Windsor-Essex County, but all over Canada, are propping up hockey sticks outside their front doors.  

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Why it is important to understand autism.

Why it is important to understand autism.

🕔13:38, 20.Apr 2018

By Kristian Beaudoin   April is Autism Awareness Month and parents and experts have been spreading a message of understanding and acceptance. Autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder, is a range of conditions involving challenges to social skills, verbal

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Car culture is alive and well throughout the world

Car culture is alive and well throughout the world

🕔19:05, 18.Apr 2018

By Harshpal Singh Building an all-electric car from a 1933 vintage Bugatti is an impressive feat, but it also points to a trend. JH Restoration, as the name suggests is a car restoration firm, and the Windsor, Ont.-based company has

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The fight of Lilah’s young life is against government – without medicine, she will die

The fight of Lilah’s young life is against government – without medicine, she will die

🕔18:45, 18.Apr 2018

“She was not able to move her legs. She just flopped like a cooked spaghetti.” Nicole Lamont still remembers her shock when her daughter Lilah was born two years ago. It took five months before the diagnosis finally explained what

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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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Filing tax return can help earn a few hundred bucks, even on zero income

Filing tax return can help earn a few hundred bucks, even on zero income

🕔10:56, 7.Apr 2018

International students need to be aware that, depending on how long they have resided in Canada, they may need to file a Canadian income tax return — and it may actually save them some money, say local experts. Filing income

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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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Howe bridge effect on Sandwich Town

Howe bridge effect on Sandwich Town

🕔12:51, 23.Mar 2018

By Jordan Ferris The Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority Communication Director assures Sandwich residents that bridge construction will have little impact on them. At the beginning of March the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority and Parson Inc. of Markham, Ont. reached a

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The year of the dog in China.

The year of the dog in China.

🕔08:41, 24.Feb 2018

The annual CAGW Lunar New Year Gala taken place on last Saturday, at St. Clair College’s Centre for the Arts. This event attracted people from different countries, China, Canada, India, the United States and so on. The gala includes two

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Chinese Annual Gala in Windsor

Chinese Annual Gala in Windsor

🕔08:11, 24.Feb 2018

Last Saturday was the beginning of the Chinese dog year, according to the lunar calendar. The Chinese Association of Greater Windsor hosted its annual Chinese New Year Gala at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts. Guests were not

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Chatham lottery winner in cash dispute with former partner

Chatham lottery winner in cash dispute with former partner

🕔07:04, 17.Feb 2018

A $6 million Chatham lottery winner is in a legal battle with his former live-in partner over sharing his winnings. Leamington native Maurice Thibeault claimed more than $3 million from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. However, the good news

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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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Turner Syndrome Society hopes to promote awareness; educate, inform

Turner Syndrome Society hopes to promote awareness; educate, inform

🕔09:41, 2.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert The local group of the Turner Syndrome Society will be on the main campus of St. Clair College this week to promote awareness of the condition. Turner Syndrome is a rare genetic condition that occurs in one

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