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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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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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Community support on the Ganatchio Trail

Community support on the Ganatchio Trail

🕔13:55, 16.Oct 2017

By Angelica Haggert Members of Riverside Baptist Church, along with community participants were led down the path by Mayor Drew Dilkens, in support of a 75-year-old  Sara Anne Widholm, a grandmother who was brutally attacked on the trail on the morning

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40th Detroit Free Press Marathon

40th Detroit Free Press Marathon

🕔13:14, 16.Oct 2017

By Shirley Feng The 40th Detroit Free Press Marathon was run this weekend between Detroit and Windsor, lasting for two days. The weekend of races kicked off with the American Home Fitness 5K and Meijer Kids Fun Run on Saturday,

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Border City Wrestling returns to Windsor

Border City Wrestling returns to Windsor

🕔12:07, 16.Oct 2017

By Kati Panasiuk Wrestling enthusiasts gathered for the opportunity to see big names perform at the St.Clair College Sportsplex on the weekend. On Oct. 14, Border City Wrestling hosted a live event with more 1000 people in attendance. The biggest

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All eyes on entrepreneurship

All eyes on entrepreneurship

🕔12:24, 13.Oct 2017

By Ryan Jones Entrepreneurs are becoming the key curators of jobs in the city of Windsor. Windsor’s unemployment rate was sitting at 5.6 per cent in September 2016. According to Statistics Canada, this has climbed to 5.8 per cent since

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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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Put your money where your heart is

Put your money where your heart is

🕔13:31, 6.Oct 2017

By Ryan Jones A local business owner is  inspiring other entrepreneurs in the city of Windsor with her passion and dedication. It all started seven years ago in October of 2010. Blab Media was originally a partnership for five years

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Lancer’s Baseball looks to build off defeat

Lancer’s Baseball looks to build off defeat

🕔13:02, 6.Oct 2017

By Cody Rusan The University of Windsor men’s baseball team, in advance of their regular season, played an exhibition game against the St. Clair Saints. The Lancers jumped to an early lead, Oct. 4, backed by strong pitching and good

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Feeding Windsor opens three new programs

Feeding Windsor opens three new programs

🕔12:59, 6.Oct 2017

By Kaitlynn Kenney People who are struggling and need help will soon be able to access more services at New Song Church.  A food club will be opening at 999 Drouillard Rd. People can get items that would not be

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The benefits of joining the military

The benefits of joining the military

🕔12:55, 6.Oct 2017

By Justin Crouch The nature of an occupation in the military may seem intimidating at first, but the military can provide many benefits for its members. Catherine Wollocombe is a veteran advocate with 35 years of experience in the military and said

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VegFest returns to Windsor

VegFest returns to Windsor

🕔12:44, 6.Oct 2017

By Kylie Turner The second VegFest in Windsor attracted hundreds of people interested in learning about the ethics of the food they eat. The event was held at the WFCU Centre from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The event’s agenda

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Lights,Camera ,Windsor

Lights,Camera ,Windsor

🕔12:25, 6.Oct 2017

By Kurlis Mati As Windsor’s art community continues to grow, more people are finding a passion for local filmmaking. Many have reached their dreams and made a name for themselves outside of the city in places like Los Angeles and

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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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Enrolment at St. Clair College reaches 10,000

Enrolment at St. Clair College reaches 10,000

🕔12:04, 6.Oct 2017

by Maryam Fang St. Clair College has broken the 10,000 student ceiling in enrolment this year. The College announced it had enrolled 10,539 students by the end of the first week of the new academic year. This represents a 12

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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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Jagmeet Singh wins NDP Leadership

Jagmeet Singh wins NDP Leadership

🕔11:50, 2.Oct 2017

By Angelica Haggert At the age of seven, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh moved to Windsor and found it wasn’t always all roses. “Like many others who stand out, I was picked on because I had a funny sounding name, brown

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Family friend attempts mugging with bear spray

Family friend attempts mugging with bear spray

🕔13:04, 29.Sep 2017

By Kacie Cooper In a recent attempted robbery, bear spray was used as a weapon towards a Windsor man and his pregnant wife. Andrew Shanahan and his wife, Felissya, were walking on Wyandotte Street on Sept. 27 when two men approached

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Out with the old and in with the new

Out with the old and in with the new

🕔11:28, 29.Sep 2017

By Ryan Jones Travelers in the city of Windsor have a new place to rest their heads. After two years-in-the-making, management has opened the doors to the Holiday Inn Express. Since the 1990s, the hotel at 33 Riverside Dr. has

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