International graduate student population continues to rise at the University of Windsor

International graduate student population continues to rise at the University of Windsor

Meghraj Solanki came to Canada from the Gujarat province in India, to earn his master’s degree in applied computing. He was ready for all that Canada had to offer. So, what wasn’t he expecting? The fact that his applied computing program of 80 people would have no Canadian students in...

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Students passing classes but failing finances

Students passing classes but failing finances

Thousands of university graduates leave school with thousands of dollars in student debt. 30.ca reporter Grace Howes took to campus to learn more about how Windsor students plans to tackle their financial futures.

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UWindsor’s downtown promise – March 31st, 2016

UWindsor’s downtown promise – March 31st, 2016

The students of Studio III took to the streets of downtown Windsor to examine the effects of the university’s relocation project. Reporters spoke with students, business owners and project coordinators to get scoop for this special edition broadcast.

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Her Windsor Profiles: Martha Reavley

Her Windsor Profiles: Martha Reavley

Martha Reavley a professor of management at the Odette School of Business first came to Windsor via Hamilton in the middle of a snow storm at 10 at night, in the middle of January. While moving into her apartment people to start her studies at the university, people came out...

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Tractor Trailer Driver Arrested

Tractor Trailer Driver Arrested

On February 28th the 401 was briefly closed when officers arrested a driver. The complaint of a tractor trailer in traffic on the 401 was made to the Elgin County Ontario Provincial Police who found the driver around Dutton, ON. After a failed attempt from police to stop the tractor...

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Thamesville convenience store robbed

The Thamesville Mac’s Milk located at 25 Victoria street was robbed just before midnight February 20. The suspect entered the store dressed in a black hoodie, worn backwards, the hood had eye holes cut into it and was used as a face mask. He was also wearing black gloves and...

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911 Dispatch Center

911 Dispatch Center

Here is all the information you need to know when you call 911.

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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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