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UPDATE: Windsor’s Moose Lodge doors reopen

UPDATE: Windsor’s Moose Lodge doors reopen

🕔10:25, 17.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill The doors of Moose Lodge 1499 are open for business once again. A “Notice of Termination of Tenancy” was posted on the door by an Ontario bailiff earlier in the month. Moose Lodge’s administrator Dan Baston reassured

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Life in the time of opioid addiction in Windsor, Ont.

Life in the time of opioid addiction in Windsor, Ont.

🕔07:23, 17.Feb 2018

  The front door of a middle-class Canadian suburban home yawns open, late on a weekday morning. The frail figure of a woman beckons me in. Clinging to her leg in the musty smelling hallway is a redheaded toddler who

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Weekends Heavy Snowfall Affects Small Businesses

Weekends Heavy Snowfall Affects Small Businesses

🕔15:33, 16.Feb 2018

By Lauren O’Brien Small business owners say they are working hard to keep up with the recent heavy snowfall. Last weekend, around 30 centimetres of snow fell on the City of Windsor. On Friday, 18.4 centimetres of snow fell, which

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Chronic disease affects mental and physical health

Chronic disease affects mental and physical health

🕔13:52, 16.Feb 2018

  Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most common chronic diseases among women and can affect mental and physical health, experts say. At the Windsor Arthritis Support Group meeting at Windsor Regional Hospital Feb.7, Lori Market pointed out the psychological

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Iona College

Iona College

🕔13:12, 16.Feb 2018

  The front of Iona College at 208 Sunset Ave. (Photo by Miranda Monahan.)   By Miranda Monahan   Windsor city councilors have decided not to designate Iona College as a historic building. Iona College has quite a rich history

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Windsor’s Ten Thousand Villages to close

Windsor’s Ten Thousand Villages to close

🕔12:21, 16.Feb 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine Originating in 1946, Ten Thousand Villages is a nonprofit organization which brings products into Canada from developing countries to sell. From its first location on Sandwich Street in 2004, the store moved to the Walkerville area

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Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is

🕔12:07, 16.Feb 2018

  By Cody Wall On average, people move 11 times in their life. Unusually, one Windsorite has spent most of her life in one house. Over the past several decades Eunice Jones, 87, has grown attached to her Windsor home. Although she has seen neighbours come and go and

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Former Spitfires captain makes storybook return

Former Spitfires captain makes storybook return

🕔12:03, 16.Feb 2018

By Tate Harris A former Windsor Spitfires’ captain had a storybook night after scoring the overtime winner for the Barrie Colts to defeat his old team. Aaron Luchuk was part of the Spitfires organization for almost five years and was named captain at the beginning of the 2017-2018 season.

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Olympic Aspirations

Olympic Aspirations

🕔11:47, 16.Feb 2018

by Zander Kelly The Olympics are on in Pyeongchang, but back home Jake Ellis is making strides to one day compete. The 12-year-old Essex youth started out playing hockey six years ago but soon after approached his mother about becoming

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Shooting for three

Shooting for three

🕔11:44, 16.Feb 2018

By Jordan Ferris A St. Clair College basketball player is three points away from being the all-time female scoring leader in the OCAA. Shannon Kennedy, who has played basketball on the St. Clair Saints team for the past five years,

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Windsor church basement harbours huge skate collection

Windsor church basement harbours huge skate collection

🕔10:38, 16.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert Sometimes Art Roth wonders why he’s in a church basement on Saturday mornings to fit people with skates. “This time of year, I begin to wonder because it’s a long season,” said Roth. “When people come here

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Many people seeking shelter at Windsor’s Downtown Mission during winter storm

Many people seeking shelter at Windsor’s Downtown Mission during winter storm

🕔10:36, 16.Feb 2018

By Prabhsimar Kaur The Downtown Mission of Windsor estimates 50 per cent more people showed up seeking shelter during the heavy snowfall last weekend. “We had more staff on hand to make sure we could accommodate more people than expected,”

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Windsor-Essex’s adventure race requires teamwork, showcases unique landscape of the region

Windsor-Essex’s adventure race requires teamwork, showcases unique landscape of the region

🕔10:35, 16.Feb 2018

By Ennis Liu The South Coast Adventure Race offers a chance to challenge yourself, while being close to nature. An adventure race is a multi-disciplinary endurance activity that is designed to test your teamwork and navigation skills, as well as

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Building a network of neighbours: Windsor’s downtown collaborative holds open house

Building a network of neighbours: Windsor’s downtown collaborative holds open house

🕔10:33, 16.Feb 2018

By March Ren The Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative hosted an open house at A Dog’s Breakfast on Feb. 7. Bob Cameron, executive director of the collaborative, said the open house was to introduce the DWCC to both downtown residents and

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Windsor police charge suspect in jewelry robbery

Windsor police charge suspect in jewelry robbery

🕔10:31, 16.Feb 2018

A suspect in last week’s jewelry robbery in Windsor has been charged by police investigators. Police said a man, who had concealed his identity, jumped the front counter of a business at Tecumseh Road and Rivard Avenue on Feb. 5.

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Body found

Body found

🕔12:33, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman The dead body of an unidentified male was found in an alley in the 900 block of Church Street shortly after 7 a.m. this morning. A statement from Windsor Police Services says officers and the forensic identification

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Windsor plowing through snow removal

Windsor plowing through snow removal

🕔14:00, 12.Feb 2018

By Shirley Feng On Feb. 11, the City of Windsor declared a snow emergency, forcing city crews to work around the clock to clear both main roads and residential streets. “We have worked lots of long hours and we’re used

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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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Windsor bakeries preparing for Fat Tuesday

Windsor bakeries preparing for Fat Tuesday

🕔13:34, 12.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill Once a year thousands of people indulge in a tasty treat they don’t need to feel guilty about. The paczki (pronounced: poonch-key) is a Polish custard-filled doughnut coated in powdered sugar or a glaze that ranges from

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“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

“Plenty of Reasons” for Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island to win Ontario award

🕔13:22, 12.Feb 2018

By Kati Panasiuk The “Plenty of Reasons” video project has won the Technology and New Media Promotional Award at a provincial conference in early February. Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island was given the award by the Economic Developers Council of Ontario

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