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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College Students brace for uncertainty as college strike continues.

College Students brace for uncertainty as college strike continues.

As the union representing Ontario college workers continues their strike against their employer, Ontario students are left to wonder what might become of their 2017/18 academic year. The strike has far reaching implications for students in their first year, in the middle of their program, but worst of all is...

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University Players: “Lion in the Streets” Presenting New Challenges to Performers

University Players: “Lion in the Streets” Presenting New Challenges to Performers

Judith Thompson’s “Lion in the Streets” is the current show being put on by the University Players at the Jackman Performing Arts Centre. The show runs March 3-12 and follows a young girl named Isobel on her quest for redemption against the man she calls the Lion. However, with a...

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The Battle for a Sandwich Town Man’s Legacy

The Battle for a Sandwich Town Man’s Legacy

City councillors assembled for the sixth council meeting of 2017. One topic that garnered a lot of debate was the proposal to install an LED billboard on Walker Rd. near the EC Row expressway. Councillor Sleimen was particularly concerned about the possible distraction to drivers, citing the changing advertisements and...

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University of Windsor Students Discuss Hopes for New President

University of Windsor Students Discuss Hopes for New President

With recent news of the University of Windsor’s president Dr. Alan Wildeman stepping down in June 2018, change is on everyone’s mind, including the students at the university.  Dr. Wildeman has served as the university president since 2008. Wildeman was originally appointed for a six year term in 2008 and...

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Chatham Woman Arrested

Chatham Woman Arrested

A 35-year-old  Sarnia woman was arrested late Monday night after being found in violation of her parole, the woman was arrested by police after they learned there were outstanding warrants for her arrest. On February 27th police were called to the Real Canadian Superstore on St. Clair Street North in...

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Windsor/Essex Canadian Mental Health Association Branch Grateful for Bell Lets Talk Day

Windsor/Essex Canadian Mental Health Association Branch Grateful for Bell Lets Talk Day

This past Saturday people across Canada participated in the #BellLetsTalk campaign. Canadians every where had the opportunity to make a donation to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) with spending a penny. With any tweet including #BellLetsTalk, Bell Canada made a $0.05 donation, Bell also donated the same amount for...

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