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WE Box is getting locally-grown food onto Windsor tables

WE Box is getting locally-grown food onto Windsor tables

🕔14:56, 30.Mar 2018

By Angelica Haggert In a small backyard in the Devonshire Heights neighbourhood in Windsor, Bishops Urban Farms is busy planting, growing and harvesting microgreens. Microgreens are young vegetables, harvested early and used in salads and juices or as a garnish.

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Windsor man retains MMA featherweight title

Windsor man retains MMA featherweight title

🕔07:22, 24.Mar 2018

A local fighter is gaining ground in the MMA octagon. T.J. Laramie is a 20-year-old defending TKO featherweight champ who beat opponent Joao Nogueira on March 16. He defeated Nogueira in Place Bell in Laval, Que. with a TKO in

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Windsor International Writers Conference

Windsor International Writers Conference

🕔14:15, 23.Mar 2018

By: Lauren O’Brien For one weekend every summer, novelists flock to Windsor for the International Writers Conference.   It spans from July 6-8 and is held at the Holiday Inn Express. Founder Pamela Goldstein started the conference hoping to bring

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Windsor introduces a subscription box for produce

Windsor introduces a subscription box for produce

🕔11:36, 2.Mar 2018

By Cassidy McNea Windsorites will now have the opportunity for fresh produce to be delivered to their door. WE Box, a local food share program through Border City Urban Farms, works with farmers and producers in the area to source

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Windsor businesses forming closer ties

Windsor businesses forming closer ties

🕔12:39, 16.Feb 2018

Natalie Bourgoin at her booth at the Windsor Essex Professional Business Exhibition on February 8, 2018. (Photo by Kaitlynn) Story by Kaitlynn Kenney Small businesses are connecting together to better serve customers. On Feb.  8, the Giovanni Caboto Club and Go

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Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

Snowstorm in Windsor leads to increase in road accidents

🕔12:46, 10.Feb 2018

By Harshpal Singh Snow was reducing visibility and increasing the number of accidents on the roads this week as more than 20 cm fell across the southern part of Ontario. According to Windsor Police, who have been urging caution, 45

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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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First confirmed influenza death in Windsor and Essex County

First confirmed influenza death in Windsor and Essex County

🕔10:33, 8.Jan 2018

By Millar Hill Flu season is upon us and the local health unit is already reporting its first flu-related fatality of 2018. “The province is in the midst of a very challenging flu season,” says Dr. Wajid Ahmed, acting medical

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Windsor Goodfellows’ most successful year yet, expect to feed many

Windsor Goodfellows’ most successful year yet, expect to feed many

🕔15:56, 17.Dec 2017

If the Windsor Goodfellows Club had its way, no one would be forced to go without food in this city again. On the heels of their most successful fundraising year in history, the Club has raised more than $287,000. That

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Local band performs to fund local charities

Local band performs to fund local charities

🕔15:23, 15.Dec 2017

A local band will be performing at Caesars Windsor later this month to raise money for local charities. In collaboration with local charities and food banks, St. Clair College and Caesars Windsor are teaming up with The S’aints for a concert

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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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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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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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Keeping afloat

Keeping afloat

🕔11:51, 13.Oct 2017

By Julianna Bonnett Independent book stores in the Windsor area are holding their own when it comes to competition from big book chains. With only a few independent bookstores in the Windsor area, including Biblioasis, Juniper, Storytellers Book Store, PB Books and more, it is a wonder how local book stores are

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Diplomats Drum Corps marches into new season

Diplomats Drum Corps marches into new season

🕔12:18, 6.Oct 2017

By Zander Kelly Members of the Diplomats Drum and Bugle Corps have ended their fifth season with smiles and celebrations. Bob Thwaites is the director of the Corps and said the awards night on Sept. 30 marked the end of

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“The cupboards are bare”

“The cupboards are bare”

🕔12:00, 6.Oct 2017

by Noah Gecelovsky Windsor West MPP, Lisa Gretzky, is taking a stand for Windsor in Queen’s Park after the Liberal-run provincial government announced 21 communities would receive portions of a $200 million fund to combat homelessness — leaving the city out in the cold.  Gretzky was outraged that, with Windsor’s homelessness problem reaching crisis levels, the border city

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Local musician looking to make career of it

Local musician looking to make career of it

🕔11:19, 27.Sep 2017

By Millar Hill A local musician is giving music a shot in hopes of making a career of it.   Teodora Taleski, 14 years old, has been singing ever since she can remember. At the age of four, she began

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Windsor Music Scene Develops Distinct Identity

Windsor Music Scene Develops Distinct Identity

🕔14:26, 27.Feb 2015

Despite having an identity as a border city, the time has finally come for Windsor to distinguish itself. With clubs like Phog Lounge, Milk Coffee Bar, Venue Music Hall and Villains Beastro all promoting Windsor bands, local music has become

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Coping with the cold

Coping with the cold

🕔12:29, 24.Jan 2014

by Jessica Curtis Health officials are warning the public that only a few minutes of exposure to the extreme cold weather could increase their chances of getting hypothermia or frostbite. Medical Officer of Health for the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit,

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Director returns home to film his first horror feature

Director returns home to film his first horror feature

🕔20:38, 17.Oct 2013

By Stacey Janzer Hanging out with celebrities like Liam Neeson, Adrien Brody and Mila Kunis – it’s just another day in the life of Amherstburg native Gavin Booth.   But the director thought of nowhere else but Windsor to shoot

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