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dRats! How Windsor is dealing with its rodent problem.

dRats! How Windsor is dealing with its rodent problem.

By: Chris Zorbas   Long skinny tails, short grey hair, and a bite out of virtually everything. Rats are nuisance, that’s hardly breaking news, or any news for that matter. Rats are a plague on just about every city, you have to give the furry runts some respect, they thrive...

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Removal of the Beer Tent from Tecumseh Corn Festival will mark the end of a long going town tradition

Removal of the Beer Tent from Tecumseh Corn Festival will mark the end of a long going town tradition

After 42 years the annual Tecumseh Corn Festival will be losing one of its most prominent attractions, which many believe will have a drastic impact on the Ontario’s top 100 festival. “The Knights of Columbus Beer Tent was very much apart of my past, of anybody who grew up in...

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Removal of the Beer Tent from Tecumseh Corn Festival will mark the end of a long going town tradition

Removal of the Beer Tent from Tecumseh Corn Festival will mark the end of a long going town tradition

After 42 years the annual Tecumseh Corn Festival will be losing one of its most prominent attractions, which many believe will have a drastic impact on the Ontario’s top 100 festival. “The Knights of Columbus Beer Tent was very much apart of my past, of anybody who grew up in...

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The Decline in Minor Hockey in Ontario

The Decline in Minor Hockey in Ontario

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association has entered into a decline over the last few years, with players, coaches, and referees losing interest in organized hockey. The local league of the OMHA is the Bluewater Hockey League, and has 10 centres that stretch as far as Chatham. In recent years these...

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University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

Last night, the 2017 unofficial by-election results were announced at the Hum lounge. 19-year-old second year student, Jeremiah Bowers received 501 votes in a close race against his opponent R.J “Soul-Train” Sivanesan, who received 404 votes. “I’m so happy that I now have the platform to do the things I...

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