Margaret Trudeau shares her story to help end the stigma of mental-illness

  REPORTER’S NOTE: The day I heard that Margaret Trudeau was going to be speaking at the Chatham Cultural Centre about her struggles and victories with Bipolar Disorder I rushed and picked up a ticket. I had every intention of writing a story for www.the30.ca from my vantage point of...

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City Council Meets to Speak on Machette Road Closure

City Council Meets to Speak on Machette Road Closure

The Environmental, Transportation & Public Safety met at City Hall Windsor to speak about a project in development to close Machette Rd. during wildlife migration periods with the decision to defer the issue to a regular city council meeting. The road  runs through Ojibway Park and Ojibway Prairie Provincial Natural...

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Architecture Student Chases Dreams

Architecture Student Chases Dreams

Kevin Rebelo, 22, is making a rare decision of moving to Poland for his masters degree in architecture. He is graduating at the end of the Winter 2017 semester with a bachelors degree in unique program; Visual Arts and the Built Environment. The program was founded in the University of Windsor,...

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Residence Assistants – The Unsung Heroes

Residence Assistants – The Unsung Heroes

Residence Assistants at the University of Windsor are what make the residence experience memorable for so many. Nick Welsh wields scissors with precision as he prepares his monthly bulletin board, one of his many monthly responsibilities. Welsh is a Residence Assistant in Alumni Hall at the University of Windsor, and...

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Mental Illness: Making it Acceptable to Share

Mental Illness: Making it Acceptable to Share

  There is a cry and a fight to see those who suffer from mental illness find acceptance, help and relief from the stigma attached to it. Depression, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, bipolar disorder, those are but a few of the illnesses that plague people and cause them to isolate...

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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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Windsor Talks

Windsor Talks

Windsor Talks is a new segment we hope you enjoy. It’s all about you, the people of Windsor. Each week we hope to put up a new Windsor Talks about different issues and to hear how you feel about them.

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Women in Engineering: Still a Man’s World

Women in Engineering: Still a Man’s World

The Ontario Network for Women in Engineering recently hosted its 12th annual Go ENG Girl event at the University of Windsor. Nearly 40 girls from the Windsor-Essex region participated in a design challenge where they worked with female engineering students to learn about the industry. The goal of this event...

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