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Navigation device created at UofW

Navigation device created at UofW

🕔11:35, 3.Mar 2017

By Christina Chibani   A university student and professor created a device that can fit in your shoe to help you move around using acoustic waves and sensors. The device can help measure the distance from an object to where

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Art therapy: the latest way to relax

Art therapy: the latest way to relax

🕔11:07, 3.Mar 2017

By Chelsea Girard Art therapy is allowing cancer patients to relieve stress through creative expression. The brain has neuroplasticity, allowing the neurons or nerve cells in the brain to compensate for injury and disease through self-healing empowering aspects of the gentle approach of art therapy. This

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Shocking facts on use of force

Shocking facts on use of force

🕔11:01, 24.Feb 2017

The Windsor Police Service board held a public meeting and their findings in the use of force annual report may come as a shock. The number of injuries sustained by members of the community decreased in 2016 compared to previous

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Canadian Blood Services introduces new iron guideline

Canadian Blood Services introduces new iron guideline

🕔12:18, 17.Feb 2017

By Ryan Jones To ensure the overall wellness of donors, Canadian Blood Services has introduced a new iron guideline. The guideline went into effect Dec. 10, 2016 requiring women to wait 12 weeks in between blood donations, compared to the

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Alcohol could be an option at Adventure Bay

Alcohol could be an option at Adventure Bay

🕔11:59, 17.Feb 2017

By Christina Chibani   Windsor’s Adventure Bay is entertaining the idea of selling alcohol. A request for a proposal to operate the concession services serving wine and beer at Adventure Bay was brought to Windsor City Council. The process of

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Fourth “Clash at the Colosseum” basketball showcase a success

Fourth “Clash at the Colosseum” basketball showcase a success

🕔12:26, 10.Feb 2017

The fourth annual Clash at the Colosseum took place this Wednesday at Caesars Colosseum. The University of Windsor men and women’s basketball teams played against the Laurier Golden Hawks and the Windsor Express played against the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans at Caesars

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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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Become a donor, save a life

Become a donor, save a life

🕔13:19, 3.Feb 2017

By Alyssa Leonard A Windsor family continues to urge young people to become bone marrow donors after losing their daughter to leukemia 12 years ago. Three-year-old Katelyn Bedard lost her battle with leukemia in June 2005 after being unsuccessful in

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Women’s March on Washington

Women’s March on Washington

🕔12:28, 3.Feb 2017

By Julianna Bonnett Many Windsorites joined the Women’s March on Washington. On Jan. 21, close to two million people marched in cities around the world for the Women’s March.  Michelle Mainwaring and Anne Elizabeth Rudzinski were two of the 50

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McDonald’s serving all-day breakfast

🕔11:08, 3.Feb 2017

By Christina Chibani Windsor residents will soon have the option of ordering hotcakes at dinner time. McDonald’s breakfast menu will be available all day across Canada starting Feb. 21. More than a year after McDonald’s all-day breakfast launched in the

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International tailor brings modern trends to Windsor

International tailor brings modern trends to Windsor

🕔13:33, 27.Jan 2017

A custom tailor with experience working for some of the biggest fashion houses in Europe has set up shop in Windsor. Windsor native Lazaros Dimitriou, 40, started his career working for fashion stores at Devonshire Mall. His work with Aldo

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Mayor: New tax increase stays below inflation rate

Mayor: New tax increase stays below inflation rate

🕔13:20, 27.Jan 2017

A home owner with a house worth $150,000 will see their property taxes go up about $45 this year after Windsor city council approved the 2017 budget at Monday night’s marathon council meeting. The meeting which lasted more than 11

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Pedestrian hit by train

Pedestrian hit by train

🕔13:00, 20.Jan 2017

By David Lafreniere A man is dead after being hit by a Via Rail passenger train just east of Banwell Road in Tecumseh Thursday afternoon. Police and the coroner are investigating and the name of the man is not being

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Retail space being made into parking space

Retail space being made into parking space

🕔11:35, 2.Dec 2016

By Nate Hinckley On Nov. 28, Windsor’s City Council revisited the issue of the Pelissier parking garage and the retail space under it. Many of the same issues were brought up from prior debates. The city has tried to fill

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Awareness in the Windsor-Essex and LGBTQ community

Awareness in the Windsor-Essex and LGBTQ community

🕔10:59, 2.Dec 2016

By Cyrus Chase People of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer community are feeling more accepted today. The Windsor Essex Pride Community office was established in the fall of 2008. Things started off rough because at the time homophobia

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No-Shave November

No-Shave November

🕔12:57, 25.Nov 2016

  By Noah Gecelovsky   This November, men are joining the fight against cancer and men’s mental health by growing out their facial hair and giving donations to the Movember Foundation and local cancer centres. Movember started in Melbourne, Australia

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New university recreation facility proposed

New university recreation facility proposed

🕔06:44, 19.Nov 2016

The graduate student society’s referendum campaign committee presented a $72-million proposal to build a new recreation facility for students and faculty at the University of Windsor this Wednesday. Located in Room 100 of the Anthony P. Toldo Health Education Centre,

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Express excited about new season

Express excited about new season

🕔09:48, 11.Nov 2016

By Zander Kelly The owner of the Windsor Express basketball team has plans for this season. “Coach (Bill Jones) and I have been having some in-depth meetings,” said Dartis Willis Sr. “Our motto is ‘Back to Work,’ and going back

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Sergachev returns, Spits gun down Spirit

Sergachev returns, Spits gun down Spirit

🕔12:12, 4.Nov 2016

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Saginaw Spirit 4-2 at the WFCU Centre for their third straight win and improved their season record to 11-4-0 putting them on top of the West Division. Spits forward Luke Boka opened

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Canada’s second largest ComiCon

Canada’s second largest ComiCon

🕔13:38, 28.Oct 2016

By Grace Bauer Thousands of fandom enthusiasts from near and far gathered to participate in Windsor’s second ComiCon. ComiCons are events where fans of comics, sci-fi, gaming and anime have the opportunity to dress up in costume, buy memorabilia from

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