Shirley Williams Profile: The artist behind the art

Shirley Williams Profile: The artist behind the art

Shirley Williams grew up moving around all over Canada. She first started off her career working as a documentary film maker in Toronto. In 1991 William’s traded in the big city life style to pursue a full-time career in the arts. As an artist, Williams is best known for her multi-layered...

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Her Windsor Profiles: Martha Reavley

Her Windsor Profiles: Martha Reavley

Martha Reavley a professor of management at the Odette School of Business first came to Windsor via Hamilton in the middle of a snow storm at 10 at night, in the middle of January. While moving into her apartment people to start her studies at the university, people came out...

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Student Advocate Says Windsor Can Be Unsafe, Teaches Self-Defence Classes at UWindsor

Student Advocate Says Windsor Can Be Unsafe, Teaches Self-Defence Classes at UWindsor

“This is a man’s world,” sang James Brown in 1966, and according to the report, The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada 2016, Windsor is a man’s city too. The report was done by Kate McInturff and released in October with the Canadian Research Institute for...

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Her Windsor Documentary Profiles: Mona Stonefish

Her Windsor Documentary Profiles: Mona Stonefish

Mona Stonefish has seen it all. Being taken from her family at a young age, forced into a residential school, she was forced to experience many. Horrors such as rape, sodomy, murder and many other things unimaginable to most.  Yet, she still looks at Canada as one of the best...

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Is the city of Windsor doing enough to help immigrant women?

Is the city of Windsor doing enough to help immigrant women?

In a total of 25 cities in Canada, the city of Windsor was ranked at the bottom, naming it the worst city to be a woman. The report, The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada 2016, was released in October by Kate mcInturff, with the Canadian...

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