University of Windsor to Screen ‘Me and the Mosque’

University of Windsor to Screen ‘Me and the Mosque’

By: Joseph Steiner Creator of Little Mosque on the Prairie, Zarqa Nawaz, will attend the University of Windsor, Monday, to showcase her 2005 documentary, Me and the Mosque. The free event will begin at 7:00pm in Toldo Health Education Centre, Room 104. The Distinguished Visitors in Women’s Studies feature will...

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Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

The Windsor Police service are warning the public after the latest fraud report by a 74-year-old resident by a unsolicited phone call.   On September 2nd, the victim received a phone call around 8:00am from a male claimed to be a Sergeant with the Windsor Police who informed him that...

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Police Fraud Scamming Community Members

Police Fraud Scamming Community Members

A 74 year old man is the victim of a fraud phone call from a man claiming to be a sergeant with the Windsor Police Service. Windsor police visited the residence of the victim at approximately 8am on September 2 after the victim received two suspicious phone calls the day...

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Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

Windsor Police Issue Fraud Warning

Windsor Police respond to the latest in a series of reported scams involving fraud within the community.  The 74-year-old victim phoned the Police after receiving a call on September 1, 2015 from a male claiming to be a Sergeant with the Windsor Police Service. The caller informed the victim that his son was...

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Windsor man victim of unsolicited phone scam

Windsor man victim of unsolicited phone scam

A Windsor man is a victim of fraud following a suspicious phone call he received earlier this month. The man informed authorities that the caller claimed to be a Sergeant working with the Windsor Police Service. The caller asked the victim to send nearly $4000 via MoneyGram, claiming that the victim’s son was involved...

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Thousands Lost After Fraudulent Call

Thousands Lost After Fraudulent Call

A Windsor citizen, 74, loses $4,000 after receiving a fraudulent phone call on September 1. The suspect claimed to be a sergeant with the Windsor police. The suspect reported the victim’s son had been in a motor vehicle collision and requested a wire transfer to an insurance representative to avoid criminal...

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Fil Bleu Strike

Fil Bleu Strike

The dawn before April 9th, students were sent into a panic. Fil Bleu, part of Keolis, France’s public transportation group, had announced a strike, one that has been unavoidable for months. “I was scared I’d have to wake up two hours earlier for class and walk to the city center,”...

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