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Ganatchio Trail receives 2,200 more trees for Earth Day

Ganatchio Trail receives 2,200 more trees for Earth Day

🕔15:34, 28.Apr 2018

By Laurie  Harrison (a.k.a. the organizer of the Ganatchio Trail cleanup) On the heels of an environmental cleanup, Ganatchio Trail will be a little cleaner and a little greener this year with the addition of 2,200 more trees. Approximately 1,000 volunteers

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Celebrating Vasaikhi Day in Windsor, Ontario

Celebrating Vasaikhi Day in Windsor, Ontario

🕔11:13, 22.Apr 2018

The month of April is recognized as Sikh Heritage Month in Canada, and the city of Windsor celebrated Vaisakhi Day recently with great zeal and colours. Vaisakhi is an important festival celebrated all over India. It might have different names,

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Considering a vacation? World travellers share their tips

Considering a vacation? World travellers share their tips

🕔08:45, 22.Apr 2018

Windsorites planning summer trips doesn’t have to break the bank, according to some of the world travellers who live in the city. Local bar Craft Heads Brewery in partnership with  Loose Lips Language Exchange hosted a Travel Hacking Workshop to

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The playground builder’s secret and why he’s bringing fun to Windsor Essex

The playground builder’s secret and why he’s bringing fun to Windsor Essex

🕔18:02, 21.Apr 2018

As the air whooshes past the boy’s body, he closes his eyes to feel the chilly breeze and clings to the chains on either side of him. Braeden St. Louis swings back and forth, back and forth, letting out exuberant

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The benefits of board games

The benefits of board games

🕔14:29, 20.Apr 2018

By Ryan Percy People in Windsor-Essex are being offered a chance to take part in a somewhat forgotten activity — board games. Whether they are played with dice, cards, spinners or any other system, board games share a history of

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Hearts out for Humboldt

Hearts out for Humboldt

🕔13:57, 20.Apr 2018

By Ryan Jones   An echo of sympathy continues to resonate in response to the recent tragedy from Humboldt, Sask. People not only in Windsor-Essex County, but all over Canada, are propping up hockey sticks outside their front doors.  

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What got me into photography…

What got me into photography…

🕔13:54, 20.Apr 2018

By Noah Gecelovsky   -Click- “I think the purpose of a photograph or art piece in general is to capture emotion and have the viewer feel an emotion when they look at it,” said Sheardown. He peers through the viewfinder

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Windsor’s Raising Readers

Windsor’s Raising Readers

🕔13:42, 20.Apr 2018

By Joyce St. Antoine Every year since 2002, thousands of children in Windsor and Essex County are given books to read because of a special program called Raise-a-Reader. “The program has so far raised $791,000, with $153,000 coming from the

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Historic Riverside brewery

Historic Riverside brewery

🕔13:31, 20.Apr 2018

By Miranda Monahan The Riverside Brewery could soon be a pile of rubble after a decision was made by the members of the City of Windsor’s Heritage Committee to demolish the building. The decision to demolish the building was made

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Don’t let the big ones get away

Don’t let the big ones get away

🕔13:16, 20.Apr 2018

By David Lafreniere Growing up in Windsor, they were called pickerel, but across the border they have always been walleye and early spring is the time to catch them. According to Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the walleye, largest of the

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Cleaning for a cause

Cleaning for a cause

🕔13:03, 20.Apr 2018

By Jordan Ferris Windsorites are cleaning the Ganatchio Trail in memory of a 75-year-old woman who was assaulted last year. On Oct. 2017, Sara Anne Widholm was left in critical condition after she was assaulted while going for her usual

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Local Talent in Windsor

Local Talent in Windsor

🕔13:01, 20.Apr 2018

                  By Travis Conant In a small city, bands face difficulties while trying to make it big, however a number of bands have surpassed the odds.   Windsor is known for a

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Whiskers in the wild west

Whiskers in the wild west

🕔12:28, 20.Apr 2018

By Christina Chibani For The Love of Paws & Adoptable Dogs hosted a Whiskers in the Wild West event to give people the opportunity to adopt dogs and cats in need of homes. The three-day event took place at St.

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The Windsor business community is growing

The Windsor business community is growing

🕔12:03, 20.Apr 2018

By Kaitlynn Kenney High profile Windsor individuals were acknowledged for their success in business at the 28 Annual Business Excellence Awards at St. Clair College Centre for the Arts. Known personalities from the community came out to celebrate the nominees

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St. Clair models walk the runway

St. Clair models walk the runway

🕔11:57, 20.Apr 2018

By Kyle Rose   Students from St. Clair College came out to audition for the Atelier fashion show in late March at the Student Life Centre. The auditions took place on Tuesday March 27 and were open to all students

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The youngest citizens of Windsor and Essex County are making a big impact for charities

The youngest citizens of Windsor and Essex County are making a big impact for charities

🕔18:20, 18.Apr 2018

By: Laurie Harrison Kids in Windsor and Essex County have been causing a stir and the community is taking notice. But they’re not causing trouble – far from it. Some as young as seven years old are walking into organizations with thousands of dollars, bags and bags

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