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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Saving a Life: Animal Rescue

Saving a Life: Animal Rescue

Windsor Essex County Humane Society broke its adoption record in 2014 with a total of 2,011 adoptions of exotic and domestic animals, cats and dogs. However, the Humane Society is not the only animal rescue in Windsor. Moggy Cat Rescue, Tiny Paws Small Animal Rescue, and several other volunteer run...

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Cause 4 Action’s 12th Annual Stuff the Bus Challenge A Success

Cause 4 Action’s 12th Annual Stuff the Bus Challenge A Success

Twelve years ago, a meeting in Lakeshore was held in regards to local charities. Several organizations came out to speak about how they were short for their yearly donations for children, ultimately leaving them no choice but to ration the gifts they had received. Those under the age of 12 would receive a...

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Alumni Hall to host Dr. Christopher Tindale’s “Arguing with Extremism” talk as a part of the Martin Wesley Lecture Series, Wednesday

Alumni Hall to host Dr. Christopher Tindale’s “Arguing with Extremism” talk as a part of the Martin Wesley Lecture Series, Wednesday

  Dr. Christopher Tindale brings his lecture, Arguing with Extremism, to Alumni Hall, Wednesday, Dec. 2nd, 2015.   Tindale is director of the Centre for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation and Rhetoric, a part of the University of Windsor’s Department of Philosophy.   The doctor of philosophy has lectured at a...

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Aboriginal Education Centre: Holiday Craft Show

Aboriginal Education Centre: Holiday Craft Show

The Holiday Craft Show kicked off the Christmas season by inviting local artists and small businesses to display their works on the university campus, providing an exclusive and festive shopping experience. This Thursday, November 26th, the Aboriginal Education Centre hosted it’s first seasonal event since inhabiting their current location on...

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Poetry at the Manor: Vol III

Poetry at the Manor: Vol III

On November 12, Poetry at the Manor returned to Windsor for its third time. Poetry at the Manor is a public poetry reading even hosted by Marty Gervais, Windsor’s first ever poet Laureate. Each year, the event is held at the Willistead Manor in the Walkerville area of Windsor. The...

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The New and Improved “Keep Windsor Warm”

The New and Improved “Keep Windsor Warm”

As of Monday, Keep Windsor Warm is back on campus for the second year in a row. This time, the plan is to make this event bigger and better, based on previous experience. Windsor’s own Campus Ministry is in charge of the event this year and hopes to garner more...

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House Fire Declared Arson

House Fire Declared Arson

Windsor Fire and Rescue reported that the ravaging house fire on Indian Rd. Monday evening was deliberately done. Fire on Indian Road has been determined to be intentionally set and started in the basement. Damage estimate to follow shortly.*AD — Windsor Fire (@WindsorFire1) November 3, 2015 Street passer-by Henry Joel...

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