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Windsor’s Jewish Film Festival brings stories from around the world

Windsor’s Jewish Film Festival brings stories from around the world

🕔15:48, 28.Apr 2018

By March Ren The 16th annual Ruth and Bernard Friedman Windsor Jewish Film Festival featured 11 films over four days. From April 23 to 26, Jewish films from around the world came to Windsor. “The Windsor Jewish Film Festival was an

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Fashion design students hit the ramp at Atelier Fashion show 2108

Fashion design students hit the ramp at Atelier Fashion show 2108

🕔13:12, 28.Apr 2018

Fashion design students from St. Clair College presented their collection for one last time before they graduate. They hit the ramp with their collection ranging from vintage to cartoon. The designers showcased their work April 26 at the Atelier Fashion

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Conquering anorexia one day at a time

Conquering anorexia one day at a time

🕔05:54, 26.Apr 2018

By Alyssa Horrobin   Lilyana Neposlan leads a small group of pre-teen girls in an exercise routine to warm up for a ballet class. She bends over to touch her toes and her shirt falls up, revealing her stomach. She

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Small earthquake in southwestern Ontario explained

Small earthquake in southwestern Ontario explained

🕔14:16, 22.Apr 2018

This week, the floorboards in southern Ontario’s homes shook. It was not local celebrations of the international 4/20 cannabis awareness day (also this week), but a small earthquake. Many people turned to neighbours or social media to confirm what they

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Celebrating Vasaikhi Day in Windsor, Ontario

Celebrating Vasaikhi Day in Windsor, Ontario

🕔11:13, 22.Apr 2018

The month of April is recognized as Sikh Heritage Month in Canada, and the city of Windsor celebrated Vaisakhi Day recently with great zeal and colours. Vaisakhi is an important festival celebrated all over India. It might have different names,

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Considering a vacation? World travellers share their tips

Considering a vacation? World travellers share their tips

🕔08:45, 22.Apr 2018

Windsorites planning summer trips doesn’t have to break the bank, according to some of the world travellers who live in the city. Local bar Craft Heads Brewery in partnership with  Loose Lips Language Exchange hosted a Travel Hacking Workshop to

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Windsor becoming a draw for trans community

Windsor becoming a draw for trans community

🕔08:19, 22.Apr 2018

Windsor-Essex Trans Support celebrated its first Transgender Day of Visibility this year. The day has been recognized on March 31st since 2010. It started as a way to celebrate the accomplishments trans people have made around the globe, according to

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Sometimes the more something costs, the more you gain from it

Sometimes the more something costs, the more you gain from it

🕔21:07, 21.Apr 2018

By Sunnio Zeng “I think everyone should try your best to do something, to make a difference to your surroundings, because in order to make this world a better place to live, this is part of the reason why we

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The playground builder’s secret and why he’s bringing fun to Windsor Essex

The playground builder’s secret and why he’s bringing fun to Windsor Essex

🕔18:02, 21.Apr 2018

As the air whooshes past the boy’s body, he closes his eyes to feel the chilly breeze and clings to the chains on either side of him. Braeden St. Louis swings back and forth, back and forth, letting out exuberant

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All the world’s a stage: community theatre in Windsor-Essex

All the world’s a stage: community theatre in Windsor-Essex

🕔17:25, 21.Apr 2018

By Angelica Haggert Every theatrical play tells a story. Some we’re familiar with — Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Grease, Annie, Macbeth. But some stories unfold behind the scenes: the stories of the hardworking cast and crew behind the scenes. These

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What should be the minimum age to use cannabis after legalization?

What should be the minimum age to use cannabis after legalization?

🕔14:57, 20.Apr 2018

  By Tamas Miko The legalization of cannabis in Ontario will come into effect later in 2018. However, questions arise about what will be the minimum age and if it would be safer for youth. The government is legalizing recreational

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My Son The Hurricane goes back to school

My Son The Hurricane goes back to school

🕔13:55, 20.Apr 2018

By Noah Gecelovsky   A hurricane of brass and funk visited F.J. Brennan High School last week for students and faculty to enjoy and keep music programs alive. Students at Corpus Christi Catholic Middle School and F.J. Brennan Catholic High

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What got me into photography…

What got me into photography…

🕔13:54, 20.Apr 2018

By Noah Gecelovsky   -Click- “I think the purpose of a photograph or art piece in general is to capture emotion and have the viewer feel an emotion when they look at it,” said Sheardown. He peers through the viewfinder

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Windsor’s Raising Readers

Windsor’s Raising Readers

🕔13:42, 20.Apr 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine Every year since 2002, thousands of children in Windsor and Essex County are given books to read because of a special program called Raise-a-Reader. “The program has so far raised $791,000, with $153,000 coming from the

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Historic Riverside brewery

Historic Riverside brewery

🕔13:31, 20.Apr 2018

By Miranda Monahan The Riverside Brewery could soon be a pile of rubble after a decision was made by the members of the City of Windsor’s Heritage Committee to demolish the building. The decision to demolish the building was made

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Minor earthquake strikes Amherstburg

Minor earthquake strikes Amherstburg

🕔13:19, 20.Apr 2018

People from Ontario to Pennsylvania were surprised and shaken by a 4.1 magnitude earthquake Thursday night originating from Amherstburg.   The earthquake occured at 8:01 p.m. Southwestern Ontario residents affected by the quake say it lasted only three to five

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Cleaning for a cause

Cleaning for a cause

🕔13:03, 20.Apr 2018

By Jordan Ferris Windsorites are cleaning the Ganatchio Trail in memory of a 75-year-old woman who was assaulted last year. On Oct. 2017, Sara Anne Widholm was left in critical condition after she was assaulted while going for her usual

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Professional hockey mom

Professional hockey mom

🕔12:42, 20.Apr 2018

By Tate Harris A local hockey mom recalls the emotional struggles of helping her son through his hockey career. Susan Prout is the mother of Dalton Prout, an NHL player, who has played 242 games between two teams and has most recently been traded to

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Second City hits Windsor

Second City hits Windsor

🕔11:04, 20.Apr 2018

Second City’s greatest minds threw away their scripts to battle wits before a live audience at the Chrysler Theatre last week. The Second City Improv All Star comedy show was born on a snowy Chicago night in December of 1959.

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Car culture is alive and well throughout the world

Car culture is alive and well throughout the world

🕔19:05, 18.Apr 2018

By Harshpal Singh Building an all-electric car from a 1933 vintage Bugatti is an impressive feat, but it also points to a trend. JH Restoration, as the name suggests is a car restoration firm, and the Windsor, Ont.-based company has

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