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Bright Lights Windsor extends hours

Bright Lights Windsor extends hours

🕔18:54, 12.Dec 2017

By Simar Kaur Glowing reviews for Bright Lights Windsor has led to a change in operating hours. The $1.5 million light set up was a massive hit amongst Windsor area residents. Thousands of people have already visited Jackson Park to

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Willistead Manor is sparkling

Willistead Manor is sparkling

🕔18:50, 12.Dec 2017

by Dawn Gray Crowds of all ages are filling the hallways of Willistead Manor to see the unique mansion adorned in holiday trimming. The annual Willistead Manor Holiday Tours take place every Sunday in December in Olde Walkerville. During this

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2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games in Windsor

2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games in 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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Spreading holiday joy for Windsor seniors

Spreading holiday joy for Windsor seniors

🕔13:14, 11.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert A self-proclaimed “ribbon master” gleefully made elegant bows. One participant added socks, gloves and a scarf to a basket while another cut cellophane to wrap around it. Another participant’s job was to move the completed baskets from

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Craft and Gift Show brings local community together

Craft and Gift Show brings local community together

🕔13:10, 11.Dec 2017

By Shirley Feng It was a cold and snowy Tuesday afternoon but the H.S. Hetherington Public School gym was warm, crowded and festive. The second annual Winter Craft and Gift Show attracted many vendors and patrons for the fundraiser. Before

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Windsor adds voice to ‘Hands off Jerusalem’ protests

Windsor adds voice to ‘Hands off Jerusalem’ protests

🕔12:07, 11.Dec 2017

For seven generations, Palestinians have been without a place they can call their homeland. Many of them have never met their relatives from what most of the Muslim world considers occupied territories. On Dec. 11, President Donald Trump’s announcement of

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Wonderland Toy Drive

Wonderland Toy Drive

🕔15:27, 8.Dec 2017

Blackburn Radio’s Country 95.9FM and the Salvation Army are operating their first annual Windsor Wonderland Toy Drive. They were asking people to bring in unwrapped toys for all age groups to the Best Western hotel on Riverside Drive. Staff from

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Parking meters upgraded in Windsor

Parking meters upgraded in Windsor

🕔14:48, 8.Dec 2017

The City of Windsor is introducing a Pay for Parking app for both street meters and city-run surface lots. Users can download the app through their smart phone and pay for parking by clicking a button. Signs on the meters

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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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WECSSAA Sr. Boys basketball opening game

WECSSAA Sr. Boys basketball opening game

🕔13:11, 8.Dec 2017

By Tate Harris Catholic Central High School defeated E.J Lajeunesse Secondary School 50- 31 in the opening game of the WECSSAA senior boys basketball season. Lajeunesse lead by two points going into the second half after Catholic Central struggled to capitalize on opportunities in the first half. Catholic Central coach, Paul Gebrael, said the team’s composure allowed them to keep the game close. “We are really working on this whole idea of

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This week in sports

🕔13:08, 8.Dec 2017

By: Jordan Ferris   MLS The 2017 MLS Cup final is being played on Dec. 9 at BMO Field in Toronto. Toronto received home field advantage for having the better regular season record. The game is a rematch of last

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Move over, Wonder Woman – the WonderBroads are here

Move over, Wonder Woman – the WonderBroads are here

🕔11:25, 8.Dec 2017

Windsor summers are marked by humid air, riverside concerts and dragon boat races on the Detroit River. Many teams compete every year at the International Dragon Boat Festival, but one of those teams is unlike the others. The WonderBroads is

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Winter preparations

Winter preparations

🕔10:31, 8.Dec 2017

By Alyssa Leonard Windsorites could be in for a snowy winter — if weather predictions are accurate. The Weather Network released the national outlook for the 2017-2018 winter forecast on Nov. 20. According to their predictions, southern Ontario can expect

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Warm Up Windsor takes away chill for the homeless

Warm Up Windsor takes away chill for the homeless

🕔12:30, 4.Dec 2017

Volunteers tied bundles of warmth to trees and poles in downtown Windsor. On Dec. 3, between War Memorial Square and All Saints Anglican Church, scarves, gloves and hats were bundled and left out for those in need at the first

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Video series exposes Windsor’s youth homelessness

Video series exposes Windsor’s youth homelessness

🕔12:29, 4.Dec 2017

“There was, quite literally, nowhere for people to go.” You can’t mistake the passion of Tamara Kowalska, who founded the Windsor Youth Centre six years ago after seeing at-risk youth slipping through the cracks. Now, Kowalska has created a 13-part

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Life After 50 in Windsor promotes healthy lifestyle

Life After 50 in Windsor promotes healthy lifestyle

🕔14:35, 27.Nov 2017

  By March Ren To the people behind Life After Fifty, seniors are a valuable part of our community and should get the support they need. The community organization held its 10th annual information and active living health fair at

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Black Friday deals at Devonshire Mall the best yet

Black Friday deals at Devonshire Mall the best yet

🕔13:15, 27.Nov 2017

This Black Friday, customers to Windsor’s Devonshire Mall were welcomed with discounts from 25 to 75 per cent in most stores. Bright and early – at 7 a.m. – the mall kicked off its campaign, an answer to the larger

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Sculpture symbolizes peace

Sculpture symbolizes peace

🕔11:25, 23.Oct 2017

By Shirley Feng. A new sculpture has been placed on the Windsor riverfront. The sculpture was installed on Oct. 20 and was donated by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama‘at, a fast-growing Muslim group in Windsor’s Islam community. The sculpture consists of four

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Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to temporarily shut down

🕔13:56, 20.Oct 2017

By Sreedha Varanasi The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is closing down for renovations until Oct. 30. According to The City of Windsor, Windsorites can expect a few changes to the tunnel when it reopens. Due to moisture, salt, exhaust and truck impact,

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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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