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Mayoral Candidates To Debate On October 7,
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(WINDSOR, ON) – WE TV and the Windsor Square will jointly host the 2014 Windsor Mayoral Debate to be held at Walkerville High School on 7 October 2014 at 8:00…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
GMO-Free Windsor-Essex Fall Bazaar 2014

Fall Is In The Air »

(WINDSOR, ON) – GMO-Free Windsor-Essex is hosting its second annual bazaar. Join in for a fun-filled day and support some very talented vendors. For the kids there will be face…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Ward 1 Candidate Debate Scheduled »

By Ian Shalapata (WINDSOR, ON) – There will be an all candidate’s debate for Windsor’s Ward 1 on October 2, from 7:00 pm until 9:30, at the South Windsor Recreation…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Parents Encouraged To Talk To Their Kids »

By Stephanie Moniz (ESSEX, ON) – The OPP are reminding parents and caregivers to follow their youth online and on their cell phones. There has been a marked increase in…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

New Arrival At Detention Centre »

By Renee Cowell (CHATHAM-KENT, ON) – Thursday night, a Chatham-Kent police officer was conducting speed enforcement on Talbot Trail near Erieau Road. Around 7:30, he observed a car travelling westbound…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Peace Un-Bonded »

By Renee Cowell (CHATHAM-KENT, ON) – The Chatham-Kent Police have arrested a man in connection with a domestic related incident. On July 2, the man entered into a Peace Bond…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

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Parents Encouraged To Talk To Their Kids »

By Stephanie Moniz (ESSEX, ON) – The OPP are reminding parents and caregivers to follow their youth online and on…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Little Brothers And Sisters Become Mayors »

(WINDSOR, ON) – September is Big Brothers Big Sisters Month and today is Big Brothers Big Sisters Day. Mayors of…

18 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Sleaze, Corruption, Thugs, And Double Cross »

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By Robert K. Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – It is no surprise that, according to the latest statistics, some 87,000 people…

17 Sep 2014 / 1 Comment / Read More »

Ariana Gillis Performs In Kingsville »

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By Michelle Fortier (KINGSVILLE, ON) – The Kingsville Folk Music Festival is presenting Canadian Folk Music Award Winner Ariana Gillis,…

17 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Comedy Fest Finale Promises Laughs »

Fools for health

(WINDSOR, ON) – This Saturday, the Walkerville Theatre will play host to the Border City Comedy Fest’s Grand Finale. It’ll…

17 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

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Canada-Wide Warrant For Frigo Killer »

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By David Rektor (VAUGHAN, ON) – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Criminal Investigation Branch is seeking the public’s help to find a suspect in connection with a shooting incident that occurred on September 13, near the community of Clinton, in Central Huron. Investigation has determined that…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Cougar Sighted In Huntsville »

By Lynda Cranney (HUNTSVILLE, ON) – On September 18, the OPP was made aware of a cougar on Highway 11. The animal was seen in the centre median, about 5 kms north of South Mary Lake Road. Later in the morning, around 10:30, Huntsville OPP…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Arrests Made In Ottawa Kidnappings »

By Michael Haarbosch (OTTAWA, ON) – The Ottawa Police Service has laid a number of charges in relation to two recent robbery/kidnappings. On September 4, a male victim, age 25, was approached on a social media forum by a female.  A meeting was arranged between…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

High Flyers Grounded »

By Paul Webb (PELHAM, ON) – On the evenings of September 16 and 17, members of the Niagara Regional Police conducted a speed enforcement exercise in the rural areas of Pelham and West Lincoln. Speeding, in any area, is always dangerous but, in these rural…

19 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

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Kitchener, CUPE Agree To Terms »

(KITCHENER, ON) – Tuesday, Kitchener City Council ratified the agreement, reached on September 5, between the city and CUPE Local 791. The three-year collective agreement…

17 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Blowing Up Windsor’s Tool And Die Industry »

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By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – Ironically, a team of technicians, armed with nothing more than powered hand tools, has successfully assembled the future of…

17 Sep 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

The Penniless Pensioner »

Canadian Currency money

By Robert K. Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – Retirement? Is it blissful freedom or a penniless terror? I have been working and dutifully saving for some…

15 Sep 2014 / 1 Comment / Read More »
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Sleaze, Corruption, Thugs, And Double Cross

By Robert K. Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – It is no surprise that, according to the latest statistics, some 87,000 people from the Philippines immigrate to Canada every year. And it’s not exactly uncommon for many of…

17 Sep 2014 / Read More »
Uncorked! Offley Port 2009

Two Views On Offley 2009

By Robert K. Stephen (CSW) and Tim Appelt (TORONTO, ON) – Trust me. After trying ports from dusk until dawn for a week last year I really want to simplify things for you. Port is not…

12 Sep 2014 / Read More »
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AKO Football On A Roll

By Ian Shalapata (WINDSOR, ON) – The AKO Fratmen have extended their winning streak to three games and improved their record to 3-1 with a win over the GTA Grizzlies by a score of 20-17. The…

17 Sep 2014 / Read More »
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Double Standard a la Maghnieh

By Robert Tuomi (WINDSOR, ON) – It is so fundamentally sad, in a juvenile way, how the city’s only officially disgraced current city councillor, Ward 10’s Al Maghnieh, is so quick to call in the police…

19 Sep 2014 / Read More »
A New City with Gabe Maggio A New City Maggio

Talkin’ About Windsor

By Gabe Maggio (WINDSOR, ON) – For a second time in the last three years, our family has taken solitude in what we now consider our confirmed favourite vacation destination; atop the Great Smoky Mountains in…

22 Jul 2014 / Read More »
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Another Dilkens Allocated Blunder

“Unallocated  money?” What the dilkens does that  mean? How can  $268-million be  unallocated? Where  was it  hiding in the budget for all  of these years? If that’s case, why wasn’t there a tax reduction? With the  unplowed streets …

19 Sep 2014 / Read More »
WindsorCityBlog By Ed Arditti ElephantDRIC

How The DRIC Bridge Tolls Will Destroy Our Region Economically

The truth is starting to come out although I have been saying it for years. The DRIC bridge is uneconomic and we cannot afford it. In fact, without a gigantic Governments subsidy every year, no one…

21 Sep 2014 / Read More »
Direct Fire with Ian Shalapata Sunday-Comments

Big Or Little, It All Adds Up

By Ian Shalapata (WINDSOR, ON) – To say that there is a spending issue with the current mayor and batch of councilors shouldn’t raise the ire of any group within this city. The multi-million dollar projects…

24 Aug 2014 / Read More »

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