How a population of dead trees will affect the city of Windsor

How a population of dead trees will affect the city of Windsor

Imagine your neighbourhood and parks without trees. Every single tree that existed before was now gone and only a brown patch left in it’s place. What would the air feel like? What would it cost to replant them all again? It’s happened before, and now it may happen again. According...

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dRats! How Windsor is dealing with its rodent problem.

dRats! How Windsor is dealing with its rodent problem.

By: Chris Zorbas   Long skinny tails, short grey hair, and a bite out of virtually everything. Rats are nuisance, that’s hardly breaking news, or any news for that matter. Rats are a plague on just about every city, you have to give the furry runts some respect, they thrive...

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Inside Windsor’s digital music scene

Inside Windsor’s digital music scene

Windsor musicians are putting their instruments to the side in exchange for computers, as digital music production ushers the city into a new era of sound.   Local music producers Dan St. Amour and Stefano LaCivita are just two of many emerging digital musicians in the city. Artists digitally create...

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University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

Last night, the 2017 unofficial by-election results were announced at the Hum lounge. 19-year-old second year student, Jeremiah Bowers received 501 votes in a close race against his opponent R.J “Soul-Train” Sivanesan, who received 404 votes. “I’m so happy that I now have the platform to do the things I...

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UWindsor MSW student works to unite social work clubs on campus

UWindsor MSW student works to unite social work clubs on campus

The social work program has been flourishing and taking new strides since the 2016 Grand Opening of the School of Social Work at the former Windsor Star building on Pitt and Ferry streets downtown. Masters of social work student Kevin Singh is part of the progress that has been happening within...

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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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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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