The villainy of comic book relaunches increase sales

The villainy of comic book relaunches increase sales

Marvel comics and DC entertainment are frequently rebranding their comics in order to attract new readers and increase profits.  Over the past five years Marvel comics has relaunched continuity within their books three times. The most recent iteration of this came with 2016’s “All-New, All-Different Marvel,” which gave a starting...

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Stay at home mom refutes a CCPA study naming Windsor ‘the worst place in canada for women’

Stay at home mom refutes a CCPA study naming Windsor ‘the worst place in canada for women’

After two states, and five cites, stay at home mom Emily Lockhart finds Windsor to be a welcoming place for women despite a recent study naming the city the worst place for women. Being a born and raised American citizen Lockhart spent her life growing up in Montana Texus, and...

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Councilor Jo-Anne Gignac reflects on CCPA study naming Windsor ‘the worst place to be a women’

Councilor Jo-Anne Gignac reflects on CCPA study naming Windsor ‘the worst place to be a women’

City councilor Jo-Anne Gignac see’s the city as a place of opportunity for women despite a recent study naming  Windsor ‘the worst place in Canada to be a women.’ Gignac is a lifelong riverside resident within the city, and has seen a multitude of successes before representing ward five on...

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Annual comic book reboots increase industry profit

Annual comic book reboots increase industry profit

Marvel comics and DC entertainment are frequently rebranding their comics in order to attract new readers and increase profits. Over the past five years Marvel comics has relaunched continuity within their books three times. The most recent iteration of this came with 2016’s “All-New, All-Different Marvel,” which gave a starting...

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Digital comics boost the popularity of their print counterpart

Digital comics boost the popularity of their print counterpart

The heroics of digital media are still not appealing to the readers of print comic books. The shift in the digital publication market has led to a great concern amongst local comic-book retailers about a future in which comics come as digital downloads, and not bundles of paper sold in their...

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Students Offer Solutions at National Climate Change Summit

Students Offer Solutions at National Climate Change Summit

  At 9 A.M. the National Youth Summit on Climate Change begins — to be part of the discussion go to https://t.co/vfrkTYpXkz pic.twitter.com/9dldv9mcm9 — Keighn Vitti (@keighnv) November 23, 2016 To see what Canada's youth are saying and to be part of the conversation use the hashtags: #ClimateChange #CanYouth #YouthClimateAction...

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Amherstberg’s annual santa run dashes into town

Amherstberg’s annual santa run dashes into town

Local residents will flood the streets of the Amherstberg waterfront dressed as ol’ St. Nick himself to help raise money for the Essex Region Conservation Foundation. Pledgers who Join the jolly fun can run a five-kilometer race on Nov, 19th. Anyone interested in participating can register online by Nov, 16th...

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Local Business Owners Boost Pop Culture Communites

Local Business Owners Boost Pop Culture Communites

Pop Culture has hit Windsor, and created a large following in many genre’s of niche culture. Despite being a small city many local retailers have fostered tight knit communities by realizing the change in acepted social culture and acting upon it. For example, events like Windsor Comic Con, Free Comic...

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Sony to pay possible millions in lawsuit settlement

Sony to pay possible millions in lawsuit settlement

Sony might owe you $55 if you bought an original PlayStation 3 between Nov 1, 2006 and April 1, 2010.   After 6 years of negotiations Sony Computer Entertainment of America has finally agreed to a settlement for their 2010 lawsuit. The issue arose when Sony updated the PlayStation software...

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Man crashes car into a high school portable

Man crashes car into a high school portable

A man doing donuts in the Vincent Massey high school parking lot lost control of his car and crashed into a portable. The 20-year-old man was driving over wet grass, which caused his car to skid out of control and crash into a classroom portable. Upon impact the car caught...

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