Transitioning from University to Work

The transition from university of work can be very difficult. In the world of work, the responsibilities tend to be different and the schedules tend to be less flexible. Most people are afraid of the uncertainty. But if you prepare properly and apply for something you’re interested in, it’s sure...

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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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Residents “Dump” City of Windsor

Residents “Dump” City of Windsor

City of Windsor residents are concerned about illegal dumping in the city. Following a flood in mid-September, couches, mattresses, and other large furniture items continue to litter city streets. Councillors are discussing possible resolutions to solve this problem but have not moved beyond the planning and development stage. Residents are urging city...

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Man crashes car into a high school portable

Man crashes car into a high school portable

A man doing donuts in the Vincent Massey high school parking lot lost control of his car and crashed into a portable. The 20-year-old man was driving over wet grass, which caused his car to skid out of control and crash into a classroom portable. Upon impact the car caught...

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Late-night joy ride on Massey track leaves portable in flames

Late-night joy ride on Massey track leaves portable in flames

A 20-year-old male has been charged with property damage after his vehicle collided with a portable at Vincent Massey Secondary School. The excursion took place early Sunday morning after the driver admitted to having lost control of his vehicle while making rounds around the running track. The fire originated in...

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Car cash causes $5000 worth of damage to school property

Car cash causes $5000 worth of damage to school property

Patrol officers were dispatched to a car accident at the back of Vincent Massey Secondary School located at 1800 Liberty St. on Sunday, shortly after 3:30 a.m. A 20 year-old male had the need for speed as he circled the school track. He lost control at the south end of...

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Vanessa Shields talks the identity of south Windsor for ‘The Group of Seven’

Vanessa Shields talks the identity of south Windsor for ‘The Group of Seven’

Vanessa Shields is set to tackle south Windsor as a part of The Group of Seven poetry expose on the city. Poet Laureate of Windsor, Marty Gervais, announced The Group of Seven project at his event, Poetry at the Manor, Thursday. What a stellar event Poetry at the Manor was!!...

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Uwindsor Zombie Conference

Uwindsor Zombie Conference

The Zombie apocalypse conference is coming to Uwindsor next weekend. Registration is $10 and that will get you into the event and a lunch, to register got to Uwindsor.ca/zombies. If you would like you can come on the day of, for free, however, lunch will not be provided. The conference...

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Annual Poetry at the Manor returns for fourth instalment in series

Annual Poetry at the Manor returns for fourth instalment in series

Calling all Windsor Poetry enthusiasts, the Poet Laureate Program well be hosting its fourth annual Poetry at the Manor. Poetry at the Manor is a free poetry event held in celebration of literature. It will be a night dedicated to celebrating poetry and culture. The upcoming event is set to...

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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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