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Fun day at Chimczuk Museum

Fun day at Chimczuk Museum

🕔15:55, 23.Mar 2018

By Abdulraheem Alhusami Chimczuk Museum offered a fun day for kids to explore the museum on March 23. During professional development days at local elementary schools, the Chimczuk Museum offers a day program for kids to explore the museum and

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Mental health in $1.5 billion deficit

Mental health in $1.5 billion deficit

🕔15:25, 23.Mar 2018

By Kacie Cooper Good things grow in Ontario — unless it’s the province’s budget for mental health. Maryvale Adolescent and Family Services is a children’s mental health treatment centre in Windsor. In the past 15 years, they haven’t seen a

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Windsor’s Dry House has to move to stay in business

Windsor’s Dry House has to move to stay in business

🕔14:59, 23.Mar 2018

By Tamas Miko A recently opened recovery home in Windsor needs to move down the street to continue running. John Button bought the house at 1052 Drouillard Rd. with plans to turn it into a recovery home called Dry House.

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Windsor’s west end gets new bus terminal

Windsor’s west end gets new bus terminal

🕔14:48, 23.Mar 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine The Hotel Dieu- Grace Healthcare is welcoming a new transit bus terminal to accommodate people in Windsor’s West end. Moving from College Ave., the terminal is planned to be located on Prince Road. On March 8,

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Devonshire Mall renovations on track

Devonshire Mall renovations on track

🕔14:24, 23.Mar 2018

By Tate Harris The retail manager at Devonshire Mall expects new additions will be completed this June, including Mandarin Buffet and a new separate food court. A new food court is part of the current $70-million renovation and is expected to be open June 27. The old food court had 550 seats and the new

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Everyone pleased with mission move

Everyone pleased with mission move

🕔13:58, 23.Mar 2018

By Cody Wall The Downtown Mission of Windsor is scheduled to move in 2019 and residents in the area and The Mission all agree that it is for the best. Due to a shortage of space, the Mission recently purchased

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Minimum wage decreases

Minimum wage decreases

🕔13:55, 23.Mar 2018

By Alex Scott The recent minimum wage increase had many ripple-effect changes for workers in Windsor-Essex. Starting on Jan. 1, minimum wage increased from $11.70 to $14 an hour. It will become $15 an hour on Jan. 1, 2019. Now

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Pothole plague

Pothole plague

🕔13:48, 23.Mar 2018

Miranda Monahan In 2017, four roads in the Windsor-area made the Canadian Automobile Association’s list of worst roads in Ontario. Each year, CAA holds a contest where people can vote on the roads they think are the worst in Ontario.

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Howe bridge effect on Sandwich Town

Howe bridge effect on Sandwich Town

🕔12:51, 23.Mar 2018

By Jordan Ferris The Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority Communication Director assures Sandwich residents that bridge construction will have little impact on them. At the beginning of March the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority and Parson Inc. of Markham, Ont. reached a

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Meditation and painting go hand in hand

Meditation and painting go hand in hand

🕔11:42, 23.Mar 2018

Painting and meditation are considered to be two of the most relaxing recreational activities, so the Walkersville Art Co-op is combining both. The painting and meditation sessions, hosted by Nora Franko, are offered on a biweekly basis with many unique

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Drug seizure leads to three arrests

Drug seizure leads to three arrests

🕔10:33, 23.Mar 2018

Windsor Police Service have made three major drug trafficking arrests. The drugs and guns unit seized 12.4 grams of methamphetamine, $60, a digital scale and packaging from the 5400 block of Reginald Street late Wednesday. A 57-year-old man is charged

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Shooting at Central Michigan University

Shooting at Central Michigan University

🕔18:21, 3.Mar 2018

Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant was locked down after two people were shot dead on Friday. The incident took place at Campbell Hall, a dorm building at the school. No other students, faculty or staff were injured. Police have

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Windsor’s Polar Plunge at St. Clair College

Windsor’s Polar Plunge at St. Clair College

🕔17:58, 3.Mar 2018

The Polar Plunge is back again at St. Clair College’s SportsPlex to support Ontario’s Special Olympics’ athletes by taking a flying leap into very cold water. A large crowd was on hand Friday to cheer on dozens of daring dippers. Our

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Windsor Police raise fraud prevention awareness

Windsor Police raise fraud prevention awareness

🕔17:00, 3.Mar 2018

It’s Fraud Prevention Month and Windsor Police are using the campaign to urge Windsorites to keep themselves and their pockets safe. Since it’s tax season, Const. Andy Drouillard said the most common form of fraud this time of year is

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Distracted driving not improving, says Windsor Police Service

Distracted driving not improving, says Windsor Police Service

🕔16:35, 3.Mar 2018

Drivers in Windsor are still unable to put their phones away while behind the wheel, according to police. Windsor police officers are making just as many traffic stops related to distracted driving as they have in recent years, said Sgt.

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Flood Waters Recede From Chatham-Kent

Flood Waters Recede From Chatham-Kent

🕔14:10, 2.Mar 2018

Overhead view of the Thames River flood in Chatham. (Courtesy of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent) By Matt Flood Flood waters have receded in Chatham-Kent but many residents are left with thousands of dollars in damages. Water from the Thames River

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Looking for Alaska by John Green

Looking for Alaska by John Green

🕔14:02, 2.Mar 2018

  5 stars Miles likes last words and great perhapses.   Growing up in Florida, Miles chases a great perhaps by attending Culver Creek boarding school in Alabama.   ‘That’s why I’m going. So I don’t have to wait until

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Looking for jobs at the WFCU Centre

Looking for jobs at the WFCU Centre

🕔13:43, 2.Mar 2018

Even with one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada, there are still people in Windsor looking for work. According to the most recent numbers, Windsor has an unemployment rate of 4.6 per cent, the seventh lowest in Canada. The

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Taylor Hall returns to Windsor for jersey retirement

Taylor Hall returns to Windsor for jersey retirement

🕔13:23, 2.Mar 2018

  By Cody Wall One of Windsor Spitfires’ all-time greats was in Windsor Feb. 25 to reflect on memories tied to his jersey retirement. The Windsor Spitfires honoured Taylor Hall, 26, by raising his jersey to the rafters, making him

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Voucher for Feral Felines

Voucher for Feral Felines

🕔12:45, 2.Mar 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine Windsorites will be able to apply to have feral felines spayed and neutered at no charge starting March 7. Since 2012, the free voucher program has been offered to low income families who may apply by

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