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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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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A New Tax for Ontario

A New Tax for Ontario

Did you see any changes to your household bills last month? Kathleen Wynne’s new carbon tax has taken effect as of January 2017. The new tax will not be set apart from your usual expenses on your bill. Ontarians have mixed feelings on the addition to their usual taxes.

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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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Staged 911 call

Staged 911 call

When I went to the 911 dispatch center in Windsor, I asked 911 dispatch communicator Erin Boucher to demonstrate how a call is managed.

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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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Santa Claus spreads Christmas cheer in Windsor

Santa Claus spreads Christmas cheer in Windsor

The holiday season is right around the corner. To start the season off right the Windsor Parade corporation held it’s 48th annual Santa Claus Parade.

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Lasalle Hangout for Youth receives $2,230 at Windsor Soup

Lasalle Hangout for Youth receives $2,230 at Windsor Soup

Windsor Soup is a micro-funding dinner that started two years ago and ever since they have been helping many organizations and projects continue their passion in creating a social change within the Windsor-Essex region. Every last Sunday of the month, Windsor Soup invites the Windsor community to the Walkerville Brewery...

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