Blighted Properties in Windsor

This report has been part of a 12-month process researching and exploring the abandoned properties in Windsor. Over the course of one year, interesting information has been discovered and some notable progress has been made. The full report and accompanying video news piece is available via a new software called...

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Breaking the Stereotypes Surrounding Poverty

Breaking the Stereotypes Surrounding Poverty

Click Here for Video Ontario citizens who are living in poverty are not often given a voice. The general perception of these people operates under preconceived notions that they are all drug addicts, alcoholics, or just lack motivation altogether. From society to the government, poor people are unfortunately grouped together...

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Residents Concerned Over City’s Plans for the Future

On November 7, the Riverfront Improvement meeting and the Ward 2 meeting were combined into one. Mayor Eddie Francis, who is not usually at the ward meetings, was in attendance to field questions from the west-end citizens. Loading video, please wait…

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Residents Concerned Over City's Plans for the Future

On November 7, the Riverfront Improvement meeting and the Ward 2 meeting were combined into one. Mayor Eddie Francis, who is not usually at the ward meetings, was in attendance to field questions from the west-end citizens. Loading video, please wait…

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Boston Pizza Gives Back!

Boston Pizza is a franchise restaurant with local heart. They have two programs, the Earnback and Booster programs. Steve Lanoue, manager and facilitator of the Earnback program, was eager to share the news about the programs. The 30 has recently joined in on BP’s fundraising efforts.   Loading video, please...

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Single Car Accident Blocks Commuters

Single Car Accident Blocks Commuters

A single car accident was blocking the right and center lane of Huron Church Thursday morning. The accident, involving a female driver of a Jeep Liberty, occurred around 9:30 AM. The front end of the Jeep was badly damaged, but there are no injuries reported.

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Windsor’s First Craft Beer Festival

Windsor’s First Craft Beer Festival

On Friday, October 18, Windsor saw its very first festival celebrating the region’s bounty of craft beer makers. Naturally this appealed to craft beer connoisseurs and Coors Light drinkers alike, but for me, a mere novice to the ‘amber nectar of life’ (I’m much more of a wine drinker), the...

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Windsor's First Craft Beer Festival

Windsor's First Craft Beer Festival

On Friday, October 18, Windsor saw its very first festival celebrating the region’s bounty of craft beer makers. Naturally this appealed to craft beer connoisseurs and Coors Light drinkers alike, but for me, a mere novice to the ‘amber nectar of life’ (I’m much more of a wine drinker), the...

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Suggestive Shrubbery Fixed on Windsor’s Waterfront

Suggestive Shrubbery Fixed on Windsor’s Waterfront

Windsor, Ontario. Once labeled as “Earth’s rectum” by Stephen Colbert, is making the latenight talkshow rounds again with a controversial piece in the city’s waterfront sculpture gardens. The bush was originally erected to grow into a caterpillar, but vandals seized the opportunity to form a phallic symbol instead. Jimmy Kimmel...

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Suggestive Shrubbery Fixed on Windsor's Waterfront

Suggestive Shrubbery Fixed on Windsor's Waterfront

Windsor, Ontario. Once labeled as “Earth’s rectum” by Stephen Colbert, is making the latenight talkshow rounds again with a controversial piece in the city’s waterfront sculpture gardens. The bush was originally erected to grow into a caterpillar, but vandals seized the opportunity to form a phallic symbol instead. Jimmy Kimmel...

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