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2018 International Auto Show is set to hit the stage

2018 International Auto Show is set to hit the stage

🕔13:24, 8.Jan 2018

By Jiaqian Ren The 2018 North American International Auto Show is set to open its doors from Jan. 13 to Jan. 28 at Detroit’s Cobo Center. An international event for 30 years, the famed auto show attracts over 10,000 guests

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Spitfires win with new players

Spitfires win with new players

🕔12:40, 8.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert New player Cody Morgan, acquired early last week, scored his first goal as a Spitfire on their Eastern Ontario road trip on the weekend. Morgan is not the only new player on the roster for the Spitfires.

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Community services in Windsor crossing borders to help

Community services in Windsor crossing borders to help

🕔15:28, 5.Jan 2018

There are lots of community service organizations in Windsor, and some are helping people not only in Windsor but also beyond the borders. The Rotary Club of Windsor began exactly 100 years ago in 1918 and it has been stretching

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Music could be the gift that keeps giving

Music could be the gift that keeps giving

🕔12:21, 22.Dec 2017

As the exhausted masses trudge aimlessly from big box store to boutiques, armed with debit and credit cards, they often have only a faint notion of what to get friends and family. One Windsor music store is suggesting an alternative

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Scavenger Hunt at Chimczuk Museum

Scavenger Hunt at Chimczuk Museum

🕔12:15, 22.Dec 2017

The Chimczuk Museum is offering family-friendly activities during December, including over the Christmas break. Staff hope it will be an opportunity for parents to teach their children about the history of Windsor. “We have some winter theme events happening throughout

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New accessible change room open at Windsor rec complex

New accessible change room open at Windsor rec complex

🕔11:59, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert An extensive addition to the Gino and Liz Marcus Recreation Complex has been completed by TCI Titan and the City of Windsor. The $1.1 million accessible and family change room expansion opened Dec. 15. The addition adds

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Bridge CEO resigns, new CEO named

Bridge CEO resigns, new CEO named

🕔11:53, 18.Dec 2017

By Angelica Haggert The chief executive officer of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority has resigned and an interim CEO was appointed just days later. The original CEO resigned, effective Dec. 8. According to a news release from the WDBA, Michael Cautillo

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Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

Can-Am Police-Fire Games coming to Windsor

🕔16:35, 17.Dec 2017

Windsor has won the bid to host the Can-Am Police Fire Games in 2022. “We’re thrilled to be setting another signature event for our city and region, this event will bring hundreds of adults and families to experience all that

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Windsor housing market on the rise

Windsor housing market on the rise

🕔16:19, 17.Dec 2017

RE/MAX is predicting that Windsor will lead the country’s housing market in 2018. The report predicts a jump in housing prices with the average home sale price next year is expected to be $286,999, compared to 2014 when the price

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Windsor Goodfellows’ most successful year yet, expect to feed many

Windsor Goodfellows’ most successful year yet, expect to feed many

🕔15:56, 17.Dec 2017

If the Windsor Goodfellows Club had its way, no one would be forced to go without food in this city again. On the heels of their most successful fundraising year in history, the Club has raised more than $287,000. That

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Mayor Dilkens wants to reduce debt with new budget

Mayor Dilkens wants to reduce debt with new budget

🕔15:34, 17.Dec 2017

Mayor Drew Dilkens is looking to reduce Windsor’s debt by $27 million by 2021. The 2018 operating and capital budget has been released, and it proposes a 2.6 per cent increase in property tax to help pay off the city’s

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Islam-related graffiti is back in Windsor

Islam-related graffiti is back in Windsor

🕔15:32, 17.Dec 2017

Islam-related graffiti has resurfaced around Windsor.  Local media outlets have been affected, with the Windsor Star, CBC and CTV offices being vandalized. Bus shelters along Ouellette Avenue have also been defaced with offensive language. The graffiti was done with red

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Children’s Aid Society asking for cash

Children’s Aid Society asking for cash

🕔15:25, 17.Dec 2017

Some Windsor families may not wake up Christmas morning to a tinsel-covered tree and presents, and the Children’s Aid Society wants to avoid that. The CAS wants no child to be left behind this holiday season. It has asked the

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Holiday shopping is changing in Windsor

Holiday shopping is changing in Windsor

🕔16:19, 15.Dec 2017

Christmas is all about shopping – in stores and, increasingly, online. With the cold weather conditions, consumers are able to stay at home and click away on their electronic devices. But some local retailers say many people still prefer to

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West-end man charged for drug-trafficking

West-end man charged for drug-trafficking

🕔15:18, 15.Dec 2017

A Windsor man is in custody for alleged drug trafficking, according to police. The suspect was located at 8:15 p.m. on Monday and was placed under arrest without incident. Police said they were granted “judicial authorization” to search the man’s

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New UWindsor app teaches outside the classroom

New UWindsor app teaches outside the classroom

🕔15:12, 15.Dec 2017

The University of Windsor is making it easier for students to succeed. The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has just launched an app for its students. The faculty includes 13 academic departments and is the university’s largest. The

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Rehabilitation services and therapy approaches to heal mental illness.

Rehabilitation services and therapy approaches to heal mental illness.

🕔14:23, 15.Dec 2017

By Tamas Miko Windsor’s Mental Health Connections offers a variety of services for recovery for low-income population and youth. Mental Health Connections was established in 2004 and the agency has been helping thousands of clients recover from their mental illness

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Police warn about ‘romance scammers’

Police warn about ‘romance scammers’

🕔14:04, 15.Dec 2017

After a recent slew of financial scams in Windsor, local police are asking people to stay vigilant for a new kind of fraud. They released information about a local woman who was swindled out of $1,900 in what police are calling

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No helping hands turned away at food bank

No helping hands turned away at food bank

🕔13:56, 15.Dec 2017

By Alex Scott The food bank at the Unemployed Help Centre assists in giving people who have disabilities the experience of having a job they otherwise may not be able to get. People with disabilities from various organizations like Roots

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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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