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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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Canada-wide warrant issued for Windsor man

Canada-wide warrant issued for Windsor man

🕔15:48, 19.Jan 2018

The Windsor Police and the Provincial Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement Squad are asking for help from Windsorites. A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a man named Tristan Henderson-Tymczak, who is serving a sentence for weapons offences, including robbery with

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Point Pelee closing for two weeks for deer cull

Point Pelee closing for two weeks for deer cull

🕔10:56, 8.Jan 2018

By Jiaqian Ren Point Pelee National Park is closing for the next two weeks. From Jan. 12 to Jan. 26, staff from Parks Canada and Caldwell First Nation will be performing a cull to reduce the number of white-tailed deer

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Extreme cold warning putting a freeze on Windsor

Extreme cold warning putting a freeze on Windsor

🕔14:08, 5.Jan 2018

 Frigid weather is keeping people inside their homes. Extreme cold warnings are issued when low temperatures create elevated health risks from symptoms such as frostbite and hypothermia. Often, these warnings are issued when conditions reach levels ranging from minus

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Shoebox collection for remote reservations

Shoebox collection for remote reservations

🕔18:47, 12.Dec 2017

By Shirley Feng All Saints’ Anglican Church in Windsor is organizing a shoe box campaign for remote, First Nations people in northern Canada, in Kashechewan and Attiwapiskat. The shoe box champion is organized by I Love First Peoples. The main

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Art of glassblowing on display at open house

Art of glassblowing on display at open house

🕔14:52, 8.Dec 2017

The art of glassblowing is on display until tomorrow evening. Tsunami Glassworks is hosting an open house today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m at their location at 2440 Central Ave. During their 12 years in operation, their

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Largest art show in Windsor celebrates Canada 150

Largest art show in Windsor celebrates Canada 150

🕔14:11, 8.Dec 2017

Local artists were going for the “wow” factor at the largest local art show in the region this fall. More than 200 paintings were on display at the Windsor Crossing outlet mall from Oct. 20 to Nov. 12 – all

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Scoring an advantage

Scoring an advantage

🕔12:42, 31.Mar 2017

     By Garrett Fodor    Canada’s women’s national hockey team is hoping practicing against men will prepare them for their upcoming tournament.    Before the team travels to Plymouth for the 2017 edition of the IIHF Women’s World Championship,

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Love can be costly

Love can be costly

🕔11:45, 17.Feb 2017

  J.Lo might say “love don’t cost a thing”… but to others, love can be costly. While cynics tend to refer to Valentine’s Day as a ‘Hallmark holiday,’ many Canadians enjoy expressing their love with greeting cards, chocolate, roses and

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Windsor receives grant money from feds

🕔13:56, 6.Feb 2017

Windsor has received an early gift for its 125th birthday and the country’s 150th birthday. The city was granted more than one million dollars for community infrastructure projects. The cash will be distributed to the Dieppe River Walk, Willistead Manor and other

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Windsor benefits from record-breaking Bell Let’s Talk Day

Windsor benefits from record-breaking Bell Let’s Talk Day

🕔12:25, 27.Jan 2017

By Nantanaa Mutharasu Canadians flooded social media with #BellLetsTalk on Wednesday. Bell Let’s Talk announced on Facebook there were around 131 million interactions, resulting in $6.5 million funds that will benefit mental health organizations all over Canada. The goal behind

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Remembrance Week Act

Remembrance Week Act

🕔10:51, 18.Nov 2016

By Alyssa Leonard A new bill declaring the week leading up to Remembrance Day as Remembrance Week has received Royal Assent. Earlier this month, Ontario passed Bill 55, Remembrance Week Act, 2016 to remember and honour all who gave their

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Windsor cyclists in Detroit?

Windsor cyclists in Detroit?

🕔13:22, 30.Sep 2016

By Dawn Gray Local cyclists are hoping have more ground to cover as plans are underway to allow bicycles on bike racks to be transported by the Transit Windsor tunnel bus. According to Patrick Delmore, executive director of Transit Windsor,

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Lack of Canadian teams in playoffs will benefit the growth of hockey

Lack of Canadian teams in playoffs will benefit the growth of hockey

🕔11:29, 1.Apr 2016

By Christian Bouchard Millions of hockey fans across Canada will be hitting the road to recovery during the playoffs, but there is still good news – there is nowhere to go but up. The nightmare and seemingly unthinkable has quickly

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Express improve to 3-0 at Colosseum

Express improve to 3-0 at Colosseum

🕔12:03, 5.Feb 2016

By Christian Bouchard The Windsor Express are benefiting from a change of venues which has brought them major success over the years. While the WFCU Centre is home to the Express, on Feb. 3 the Express played host to the

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Escape rooms on the rise in Windsor

Escape rooms on the rise in Windsor

🕔19:23, 6.Nov 2015

From the outside looking in, most people who walk by the Windermere building on Tecumseh Rd. would see just a normal structure. But for those who enter the basement of one of the stores located inside it their experiences are

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Internet makes creating your own series possible

🕔18:53, 17.Apr 2015

Reporter Chris Mailloux takes a look at how producing and promoting your own series has changed thanks to the internet.

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Jerry Marentette Documentary by Shaun Garrity

🕔14:39, 17.Apr 2015

Lakeshore native Jerry Marentette has made a name for himself as a world class power lifter, winning many awards. Shaun Garrity brings us this special look about Marentette. This video is being nominated for best short documentary with the Broadcast

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