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UPDATE: Windsor’s Moose Lodge doors reopen

UPDATE: Windsor’s Moose Lodge doors reopen

🕔10:25, 17.Feb 2018

By Millar Hill The doors of Moose Lodge 1499 are open for business once again. A “Notice of Termination of Tenancy” was posted on the door by an Ontario bailiff earlier in the month. Moose Lodge’s administrator Dan Baston reassured

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Motor City strike comes to a close

Motor City strike comes to a close

🕔15:34, 16.Feb 2018

  By Matt Flood Negotiations have ended the strike between management and employees at Motor City Chrysler in Windsor.     The strike began Jan. 30 after talks between the employees and management failed to reach an agreement. The employees

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Wynne in the hot seat

Wynne in the hot seat

🕔13:52, 16.Feb 2018

By Kacie Cooper Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne fielded questions Thursday during a townhall at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts in Windsor. Topics ranged from mental health, well water testing in Chatham-Kent, the rates for Hydro One and funding

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Makeup – the making of expression

Makeup – the making of expression

🕔12:57, 16.Feb 2018

By Ryan Jones Foundation, concealer, eyeshadow, mascara and eyeliner. Some cosmetics in the makeup industry can be seen as a necessity and others see as pointless. An article titled 5 Research-backed reasons we wear makeup found on psychologytoday.com, lists suggested

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Windsor’s Ten Thousand Villages to close

Windsor’s Ten Thousand Villages to close

🕔12:21, 16.Feb 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine Originating in 1946, Ten Thousand Villages is a nonprofit organization which brings products into Canada from developing countries to sell. From its first location on Sandwich Street in 2004, the store moved to the Walkerville area

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Talk about sweater weather

Talk about sweater weather

🕔11:53, 16.Feb 2018

By Ryan Jones Students and employees of the Greater Essex County District School Board are bundling up to combat climate change. The first Thursday in February is known as Sweater Day, which kicks off  sweater month. People wear sweaters to

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Windsor church basement harbours huge skate collection

Windsor church basement harbours huge skate collection

🕔10:38, 16.Feb 2018

By Angelica Haggert Sometimes Art Roth wonders why he’s in a church basement on Saturday mornings to fit people with skates. “This time of year, I begin to wonder because it’s a long season,” said Roth. “When people come here

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Many people seeking shelter at Windsor’s Downtown Mission during winter storm

Many people seeking shelter at Windsor’s Downtown Mission during winter storm

🕔10:36, 16.Feb 2018

By Prabhsimar Kaur The Downtown Mission of Windsor estimates 50 per cent more people showed up seeking shelter during the heavy snowfall last weekend. “We had more staff on hand to make sure we could accommodate more people than expected,”

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Building a network of neighbours: Windsor’s downtown collaborative holds open house

Building a network of neighbours: Windsor’s downtown collaborative holds open house

🕔10:33, 16.Feb 2018

By March Ren The Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative hosted an open house at A Dog’s Breakfast on Feb. 7. Bob Cameron, executive director of the collaborative, said the open house was to introduce the DWCC to both downtown residents and

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Valentine’s Day in Windsor

Valentine’s Day in Windsor

🕔12:40, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman  Love is in the air and everywhere to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Windsor. According to Statistics Canada, $71.7 million was spent on flowers for Valentine ’s Day in 2016. There are nearly 18 florists serving the Windsor

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Body found

Body found

🕔12:33, 14.Feb 2018

By MD Nuruzzaman The dead body of an unidentified male was found in an alley in the 900 block of Church Street shortly after 7 a.m. this morning. A statement from Windsor Police Services says officers and the forensic identification

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New insect found in Windsor

New insect found in Windsor

🕔13:04, 10.Feb 2018

By Sunnio Zeng After being attracted to a backyard floodlight, a new moth-like insect has been found in Windsor. And it turns out the backyard was owned by Tom Preney, the City of Windsor’s biodiversity co-ordinator. “It’s very small insect,

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A Windsor gas station robbed

A Windsor gas station robbed

🕔12:56, 10.Feb 2018

A gas station on the 2300 block of Walker Road has been robbed. Patrol officers were dispatched to the gas station Tuesday after a suspect entered the store and took money. A police report said he had a knife and

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Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

Snowstorm hits Windsor and other cities of Southern Ontario

🕔12:49, 10.Feb 2018

The southern part of Ontario will see heavy snowfall this weekend. Snowfall with total of 15-20 cm has already hit Chatham-Kent- Rondeau Park, Windsor-Essex, St. Thomas- Aylmer- Eastern Elgin County, Rodney- Shedden- Western Elgin County. Driving conditions have deteriorated because

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Some Windsor businesses suffering from wage hike

Some Windsor businesses suffering from wage hike

🕔12:37, 10.Feb 2018

By Ivy Li Some businesses in Windsor are losing confidence in themselves and in Ontario. The recent hike in minimum wage has not been easy for some businesses to accommodate. One of them is CB Marketing. “For a small business,

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#SeeSnowGoSlow

#SeeSnowGoSlow

🕔13:25, 7.Feb 2018

By Alyssa Leonard Brace yourself Windsor-Essex — more snow is on the way. The Weather Network is calling for 10 more centimetres of snow to fall on Friday, Feb. 10 after Wednesday morning’s snowy commute. There were close to 30

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Kissing Max Holden by Katy Upperman

Kissing Max Holden by Katy Upperman

🕔10:25, 2.Feb 2018

(This book was sent to me by Raincoast Publishing) Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Publishing Company: Swoon Reads Publication Date: June 20, 2017 Genre: YA Contemporary …you make me feel okay, even when it mostly sucks — you always

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Steps away from sexual assault

Steps away from sexual assault

🕔13:47, 26.Jan 2018

By Ryan Jones With the Times Up and #Metoo movements gaining traction, people are feeling more confident sharing their stories of sexual assault. The criminal code defines sexual assault “as an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a

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Sweet addiction

Sweet addiction

🕔13:06, 26.Jan 2018

  By Alyssa Leonard   It is the twitch. The calling, the craving. It begs you for more. Your body wants it. Needs it. Now. It has become instinct to reach for it. The taste so gratifying. Thirst-quenching, hunger-satisfying —

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Health roundup

Health roundup

🕔12:58, 26.Jan 2018

By Torcia Velthuizen Best foods to eat during cold and flu season There are a few ways you can avoid the sniffles, keep your body healthy and keep the germs at bay. Here is a list of the best foods

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