Election Voters Speak Out

Election Voters Speak Out

A contentious race, longer campaign period, and heated political stances compelled a greater demographic of Canadians to vote in the 2015 federal election. According to early Elections Canada statistics, more than 68 per cent of eligible voters casted their ballot, or about 17,600,000 registered constituents. That is about a 7...

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House Fire Declared Arson

House Fire Declared Arson

Windsor Fire and Rescue reported that the ravaging house fire on Indian Rd. Monday evening was deliberately done. Fire on Indian Road has been determined to be intentionally set and started in the basement. Damage estimate to follow shortly.*AD — Windsor Fire (@WindsorFire1) November 3, 2015 Street passer-by Henry Joel...

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JDRF Ride for Diabetes Research

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation hosted it’s annual “Ride for Diabetes Research” Thursday morning at Devonshire Mall. Major corporations located in the city of Windsor sent out their employees to participate at the event. The bike ride is geared to fund money for research for a cure for type 1...

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Windsor West Debate at the University of Windsor

The University of Windsor in collaboration with Windsor’s Model United Nations chapter hosted their first ever federal candidates debate Monday. The Liberal, Conservative, and NDP parties all had candidate representation at the event. Topics discussed included student loans and generation vote. Loading video, please wait…

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Fraudster Impersonates Police Officer

Fraudster Impersonates Police Officer

The Windsor Police are warning residents about off-shore scamming after responding to a complaint on Wednesday. Police say it appears that a 74-year-old man received a phone call from a man claiming to be a Windsor Police Sergeant on Tuesday. The caller then told the man to wire $4000 to an...

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Roll Up the Rim – A Canadian Cultural Fixture

Roll Up the Rim – A Canadian Cultural Fixture

The Tim Hortons roll up the rim season has kicked off and is in full effect. The Canadian based café has introduced new prizes in larger quantities and has got local residents raving for potential winnings.   This marketing campaign began in 1986 distributing 31 million prizes per year and...

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Hate Speech Graffiti at Lakeshore High School

Hate Speech Graffiti at Lakeshore High School

Ontario Provincial Police launched an investigation last Friday in search for graffiti artists responsible for spray painting hate speech on the parking lot of St. Anne Catholic High School. The vandalism was found the day after the school hosted its annual LGBT support day. The school administration believe that the...

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