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Windsor infant fights cancer

Windsor infant fights cancer

🕔14:00, 7.Oct 2013

By Shaun Garrity Normally infants are at home in their cribs, but a 13-week Windsor baby is at the Children’s Hospital in London battling cancer. Jonathon “Johnny” Deans and Christina Eady are living London to be with their son Jonathon

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Distracted driving not tolerated in Windsor

🕔16:00, 4.Oct 2013

              By Sean Previl Local police are implementing a new initiative to combat distracted driving. The Windsor Police Service released a report Oct. 2 informing Windsor of new rules regarding distracted driving with a

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Villains Beastro comedy night

🕔14:53, 4.Oct 2013

By Chandesha Thompson It was a big night for Villains Beastro downtown as they held their monthly comedy night. A little over forty people came out to support and hear some jokes from local comedians along with a few comedians

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Local pizza shop holds their first punk show

Local pizza shop holds their first punk show

🕔14:02, 4.Oct 2013

By: Liam Higgins A local pizza shop offered a slice of punk for the first time Sept 29. Krusty’s Pizza, located at the corner of Ottawa Street and Kildare Road, held their first annual Krusty’s Pizza Punk Rock Fest Sept.

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Job fair helps students in need of work

Job fair helps students in need of work

🕔13:42, 4.Oct 2013

By: Kyle Goodhue A job fair on Sept. 28 held at Place Concorde brings businesses and students together to help find students work. The fair, hosted by Windsor Business Networks featured 16 Ontario businesses. They set up booths where employees

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Windsor faces issues with U.S. shutdown

Windsor faces issues with U.S. shutdown

🕔13:22, 4.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa Local business and tourism experts foresee a potentially negative impact on the Windsor-Detroit border due to the U.S. government shutdown. The United States government announced a temporary shutdown Oct. 1. It was caused by a dispute over

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Spits veterans step up

🕔12:30, 4.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias After losing their first two games of the season, the Windsor Spitfires bounced back in a big way defeating the Erie Otters 8-4 Sept. 28. Windsor’s offence was lead by veteran forwards Kerby Rychel and Brady Vail.

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Rally held to raise awareness about sexual harrasment

Rally held to raise awareness about sexual harrasment

🕔12:27, 4.Oct 2013

by Clara Musca The annual Take Back The Night rally and march took place Sept 28 in downtown Windsor to raise awareness about sexual harassment, and domestic violence. The event was held in Dieppe Gardens and attracted hundreds of women,

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The Red Bull bus is coming to town

🕔23:21, 18.Sep 2013

By Hailey Trealout The wheels on the Red Bull bus are parking at their final destination on the corner of Ouellette Avenue and University Avenue Sept. 20. Downtown Windsor will be hosting a concert from the side of a 1967

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By-election to be held for Ward 7 council seat

By-election to be held for Ward 7 council seat

🕔11:02, 12.Sep 2013

                    By Sean Previl A by-election is set to take place in Windsor this winter. Members of Windsor City Council voted Sept. 9 by a vote of 9-1 in favour of

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Accident on Sandwich Street gallery

Accident on Sandwich Street gallery

🕔16:44, 8.Sep 2013

 

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Shots fired at Riverfront residence

Shots fired at Riverfront residence

🕔18:43, 4.Sep 2013

By Sean Previl Police are investigating a residence on Riverside Drive after shots were fired Sept. 3. Windsor Police Services was called to 1225 Riverside Dr. W. around 11:15 p.m.  after several loud noises were heard outside the building. WPS

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Essex and Kent Scottish greet their new Honorary Lt.-Col.

🕔14:32, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout The Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment welcomed their new honorary lieutenant colonel and recognised the outgoing honorary during a ceremony March 5. Outgoing Honorary Lt.-Col. Glenn Stannard has been involved with the Regiment for four years. He said he enjoyed

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World’s oldest horse dies

World’s oldest horse dies

🕔14:28, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout Shayne, a liver chestnut Irish Draught cross thoroughbred was believed to be the oldest horse in the world. Shayne was euthanized at the age of 51 after he collapsed and was unable to stand with the help

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Earth Hour is back

🕔14:09, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout In 2007, a group in Sydney started Earth Hour in hopes of spreading an environmental message of change to the rest of the world. Earth Hour was created to provide people with the opportunity to join millions of

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Windsor group rebuilds fighter plane

🕔13:59, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout The De Havilland Mosquito beat all its sister planes from history at 415 m.p.h. when she made her debut in 1942 as the fastest fighter-bomber in the Second World War. Made completely from plywood, due to aluminum

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Army Cadets celebrate 90 years

🕔13:54, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout The 1086 Walkerville Collegiate Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps celebrated its ninetieth anniversary at the F.A. Tilston, V.C. Armoury March 13. Over 150 attendees, including former cadets and commanding officers, filled the drill hall where 36 cadets proudly

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Province donates $3 million for Grace Hospital demolition

Province donates $3 million for Grace Hospital demolition

🕔12:17, 16.Feb 2013

By Tom Morrison   Windsor West Liberal MPP Teresa Piruzza has announced the Ontario government has contributed $3 million to the City of Windsor for the demolition, cleanup and redevelopment of the old Grace Hospital site.

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Windsor novice boxer wins gold

Windsor novice boxer wins gold

🕔13:30, 8.Feb 2013

by Melissa Iarusso A local novice boxer has taken home the gold medal after competing at Canada’s largest amateur boxing tournament. Hisham Abdu made his amateur boxing debut at the annual Brampton Cup tournament Feb. 1-3. The 21-year-old welterweight from

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Idle No More to the beat of the drum

Idle No More to the beat of the drum

🕔12:37, 25.Jan 2013

By: Murad Erzinclioglu Boom. Boom. Boom. The sound of native drums is echoing in communities from coast to coast. The sound of the First Nations drumming has become synonymous with the Idle No More movement. According to the movement’s website,

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