Cause 4 Action’s 12th Annual Stuff the Bus Challenge A Success

Cause 4 Action’s 12th Annual Stuff the Bus Challenge A Success

Twelve years ago, a meeting in Lakeshore was held in regards to local charities. Several organizations came out to speak about how they were short for their yearly donations for children, ultimately leaving them no choice but to ration the gifts they had received. Those under the age of 12 would receive a...

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Star Wars Episode Seven: Are you ready?

Star Wars Episode Seven: Are you ready?

With just a few weeks left until the December 17th premiere of Star Wars episode VII: The Force Awakens, super-fans in the Windsor-Essex County region are very excited. This will be the first Star Wars movie since Revenge of the Sith back in 2005. The first official trailer was uploaded to YouTube...

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Flu Shots: Necessity or Unnecessary?

Flu Shots: Necessity or Unnecessary?

For many, the topic of immunizations is a controversial one. It’s an ongoing debate: to immunize or not to immunize. With flu season just around the corner, several pharmacies and clinics around the city have begun opening their doors and are making sure that the flu shot vaccination is readily available...

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Meet Henry Kim: Owner of March 21 Bean N’ Leaf Coffee Shop

Meet Henry Kim: Owner of March 21 Bean N’ Leaf Coffee Shop

Loading video, please wait… Unique, eccentric, cozy, and warm-welcoming: all of these can be used to describe March 21 Bean N’ Leaf. The coffee shop is located on 480 Pelissier Street, just off of Ouelette Avenue. Ambitious 22 year old graduate of St. Clair College, Henry Kim, came up with...

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Green Speaker Series Welcomes Sarah Elton

Green Speaker Series Welcomes Sarah Elton

Loading video, please wait… On Tuesday, October 20th, as a part of the Green Speaker Series put on by the Windsor Essex County Environment Committee, Canadian journalist and best-selling author Sarah Elton made an appearance at Windsor’s Capitol Theatre to talk about her work and research on sustainable food systems...

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LGBTQ Cop Danielle Bottineau Promotes Diversity at St.Clair College

LGBTQ Cop Danielle Bottineau Promotes Diversity at St.Clair College

Loading video, please wait… On Thursday, October 1st, St. Clair College welcomed Constable Danielle Bottineau of the Toronto Police Service to speak on behalf of the LGBTQ community and the Canadian Police Service. To learn more about the Toronto Police Service, visit www.TorontoPolice.on.ca. To learn more about the St. Clair...

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Windsor man victim of unsolicited phone scam

Windsor man victim of unsolicited phone scam

A Windsor man is a victim of fraud following a suspicious phone call he received earlier this month. The man informed authorities that the caller claimed to be a Sergeant working with the Windsor Police Service. The caller asked the victim to send nearly $4000 via MoneyGram, claiming that the victim’s son was involved...

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How UWindsor is Coping with the Negative Perceptions of Windsor

How UWindsor is Coping with the Negative Perceptions of Windsor

With a recent 10% decline in first-year student enrolment, the University of Windsor is struggling to attract new students to the area. Lionel Walsh is the Assistant Vice President of the North American recruitment at the University of Windsor and says a lot of people are not familiar with the...

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Cross-Canada Travelling Exhibit, “It’s An Honour!”, Hopes to Educate and Inspire Canadians of all Ages

Cross-Canada Travelling Exhibit, “It’s An Honour!”, Hopes to Educate and Inspire Canadians of all Ages

The It’s An Honor! cross-Canada travelling exhibit began it’s tour across the nation in July of 2013 and has been educating many on the Canadian System of Honours and hopefully inspiring thousands to become more active in their own communities.  Open to the public from February 6th to February 7th...

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OYAP presentation at the Greater Essex County District School Board Meeting

OYAP presentation at the Greater Essex County District School Board Meeting

Greater Essex County District school board held their second meeting of the New Year this past Tuesday, with one of the nights agenda topics being the continuation of the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program or OYAP. Superintendent of Education, Dan Fister, says the skills trade program has been in existence for...

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