Investigation Leads To Arrest and Seizure of Drugs

Investigation Leads To Arrest and Seizure of Drugs

September 15, 2016, the Windsor Drugs and Guns Unit were active in a drug trafficking investigation in the city. At approximately 4:00pm DIGS located a 39 year old male alleged to be dealing cocaine by his car in a parking lot in East Windsor. The suspect was quickly arrested without...

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Two Minutes with Moussa Hamadani

Two Minutes with Moussa Hamadani

Two minutes with Moussa Hamadani is a short interview with the upcoming UWSA president. Find out more on things like his goals for UWSA down to his favourite superhero.

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Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman? Pt. 2

Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman? Pt. 2

Last week on Milk & Vodka on CJAM 99.1 FM we aired the first of a two-part series “Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman?” which was inspired  by a study released last summer by a social research institute, The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. The study, entitled...

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Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman

Is Windsor Really The Worst Place To Be A Woman

In July 2015 The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) released a study entitled “The Best and Worst Places to Be a Women in Canada 2015: The Gender Gap in Canada’s 25 Biggest Cities.” According to their website, the CCPA “is an independent, non-partisan research institute concerned with issues of...

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University of Windsor Student Kurt Ramdath Represents Canada at the Cricket World Cup:

University of Windsor Student Kurt Ramdath Represents Canada at the Cricket World Cup:

Recently University of Windsor first year criminology student, Kurt Ramdath, represented Canada at the U19 Cricket World Cup. Despite the huge honour Ramdath has had the challenge of managing full time studies and being a world class athlete.  This has included extensive travel and time away from school for cricket....

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Downtown Mission Food Bank Improves Accessibility

Windsor’s Downtown Mission is recognizing a need for accessibility when using the food bank. The service is looking to extend their hours and the frequency in which patrons can return to the food bank. Food bank patrons consists of the homeless community and low income families and individuals. “If you...

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