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As Goes PostMedia So Goes Hydro One »

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – Rather than smarten up and govern with financial responsibility, Ontario’s Wynne Liberals are starting to sell the furniture. It will start with removing local…

27 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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No Development For Arena Lands »

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – Another big vision by the Francis Council bites the dust as it tumbles to reality. The real inability of its members to do anything…

24 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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What Does Brown Think Of Windsor Council? »

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – There are more than a few pundits, in the once prosperous city, who are showing some honest sympathy for Windsor resident Phil Brown. To…

22 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Helga Reidel Deserves A Raise »

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – In 2013, the local economic development office spent over $1.3 million on administration, mostly, it is estimated, to pay its staff. With 11 employees…

21 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Tired And Ineffective »

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – The city has been all abuzz lately about setting up a Neighbourhood Watch program in crime infested Walkerville. In fact, this was discussed in…

17 Apr 2015 / Comments Off on Tired And Ineffective / Read More »
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It’s Local News For Someone »

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – Edmonton has thrown down the gauntlet and it is now up to Windsor to reply. Journalist Bill Mah, a writer at the Edmonton Journal,…

16 Apr 2015 / Comments Off on It’s Local News For Someone / Read More »

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Tuk-Tuk HotDocs 2015

By Robert K. Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – Miserable Egypt. Didn’t we think for a moment some revolution had happened in…

27 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

Shoulder The Lion »

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By Robert K Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – Good and far from ordinary. Shoulder the Lion recounts the story of an…

24 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

ArtsNotes: Mindful Art »

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By Jordan Worsell-Collins (WINDSOR, ON) – Check out this week’s ACWR ArtsNotes, your weekly guide to arts in Windsor and…

23 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

On Her Own »

On-Her-Own HotDocs 2015

By Robert K Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – Things not going down well at the family farm. I’m not quite sure,…

23 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

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Air Force Personnel Return Home From Kuwait »

14 Wing Greenwood Commander, Colonel Ian Huddleston (right), Chief Warrant Officer Pierrot Jette (second from right) and members of the command team welcome home members of 14 Wing Greenwood returning from their deployment from Operation IMPACT in Kuwait.Photo by Corporal Don Kirkwood, 14 AMS Wing Imaging.

(OTTAWA, ON) – Approximately 95 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel returned home aboard a CC-150 Polaris aircraft from Operation IMPACT, the CAF’s contribution to the Middle East Stabilization Force. Operation IMPACT is the CAF’s military mission with the international coalition against ISIS. The personnel, who…

27 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

Canadian Relief Experts En Route To Nepal »

Elements of the Canadian Armed Forces Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) depart from CFB Trenton, Ontario on April 26, 2015 to help the earthquake victims in Nepal.Photo by Corporal Dan Strohan, 8 Wing Imaging.

By Ian Shalapata (TRENTON, ON) – On Sunday, a Canadian Forces Disaster Assistance and Response Team (DART) were dispatched to lend aid to the rescue and recovery efforts in the wake of the Nepal earthquake. The DART deployed from CFB Trenton en route assist in…

27 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

Sixteen Charges Stem From Human Trafficking Probe »

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By Ian Shalapata (TORONTO, ON) – A Toronto-area man has been arrested as a result of a Toronto Police Service investigation into human trafficking. Michael Hazel, 22 of no fixed address, was arrested on April 23 and charged with 16 offenses including trafficking in persons,…

27 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

Hamilton At Heart Of $2 Million Fraud Scam »

By Peter Leon (HAMILTON, ON) – Several Ontario residents face charges following a complex joint investigation involving financial fraud and account takeovers. Operation Springston originated in the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton, and Halton Region but involved hundreds of fraudulent transactions in locations across Canada including…

27 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

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Ottawa Offers Tax Relief For Small Business »

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(OTTAWA, ON) – The federal government has announced tax reductions for small business. Since 2006, the Government has lowered taxes, cut red tape, and encouraged…

24 Apr 2015 / 1 Comment / Read More »

2015 Ontario Budget Highlights »

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(TORONTO, ON) – Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa released the 2015 Budget, which makes investment in infrastructure to support economic growth and new jobs. The…

24 Apr 2015 / 1 Comment / Read More »

March Top Ten And Provincial Results »

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By Dennis DesRosiers (RICHMOND HILL, ON) – The reality of oil prices and Canadian weather are apparent in vehicle sales results, as consumer purchasing trends…

24 Apr 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

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By Robert K. Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – Miserable Egypt. Didn’t we think for a moment some revolution had happened in Egypt with crowds swamping Tahir Square in Cairo? This documentary seems to indicate it’s worsened for…

27 Apr 2015 / Read More »
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Pelee Island Winery Part 3

By Robert K. Stephen (CSW) (KINGSVILLE, ON) – If you saw Pelee Island Winery Part 2, I think it fair to say Pelee Island was sinking fast with its whites. So perhaps, if we start with…

10 Apr 2015 / Read More »
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Grand Prix Poster Unveiled

By Merrill Cain (DETROIT, MI) – For the third consecutive year, the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix teamed up with one of Detroit’s most innovative institutions to create the event’s official commemorative poster. Located in…

20 Apr 2015 / Read More »
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Ottawa Offers Tax Relief For Small Business

(OTTAWA, ON) – The federal government has announced tax reductions for small business. Since 2006, the Government has lowered taxes, cut red tape, and encouraged entrepreneurship. This includes reducing the federal small business tax rate from…

24 Apr 2015 / Read More »
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As Goes PostMedia So Goes Hydro One

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – Rather than smarten up and govern with financial responsibility, Ontario’s Wynne Liberals are starting to sell the furniture. It will start with removing local Warrior Princess Sandra Pupatello from her…

27 Apr 2015 / Read More »
Tri-County News Just some of the garbage collected from land along the Detroit River in Sandwich on 25 April 2015.Photo b Ian Shalapata.

Residents Take Back Their Neighbourhood

By Ian Shalapata (WINDSOR, ON) – As part of the Youth Empowerment and Safety Initiative, run by the Windsor Police and the Safety Village, Take Back Our Neighbourhood was organized to clean up a large plot…

27 Apr 2015 / Read More »
Canada & The World 14 Wing Greenwood Commander, Colonel Ian Huddleston (right), Chief Warrant Officer Pierrot Jette (second from right) and members of the command team welcome home members of 14 Wing Greenwood returning from their deployment from Operation IMPACT in Kuwait.Photo by Corporal Don Kirkwood, 14 AMS Wing Imaging.

Air Force Personnel Return Home From Kuwait

(OTTAWA, ON) – Approximately 95 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel returned home aboard a CC-150 Polaris aircraft from Operation IMPACT, the CAF’s contribution to the Middle East Stabilization Force. Operation IMPACT is the CAF’s military mission…

27 Apr 2015 / Read More »
Direct Fire with Ian Shalapata Chris Vander Doelen of the Windsor Star.

Continuing To Set A Low Journalistic Standard

By Ian Shalapata (WINDSOR, ON) –  The deadline for candidates to file their financial statements in last year’s election has now come and gone  You would think that the big news item should be about those…

2 Apr 2015 / Read More »

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