The Human Condition

Watch This Windsor Woman

(WINDSOR, ON) – One hundred of Canada’s black women to watch, including Windsor’s Etiquette Nanny, Joanna Parris, are being honoured by the Canada International Black…


Panhandling in Windsor is largely an unobtrusive part of society. However, some members of City Council are too willing to create laws to combat panhandlers instead of addressing the under-lying reasons behind the causes. Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Ontario Earmarks $587 For Homelessness

(TORONTO, ON) – Ontario is partnering with municipalities across the province to prevent and address homelessness. Through the Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative, the province is…


Black Eye For Global Warming

By Donna Laframboise (WINNIPEG, MB) – Rajendra Pachauri, one of the world’s most famous climate officials, is being investigated under three sections of the Indian…


The Human Odyssey: Journey’s End

By Robert K. Stephen (TORONTO, ON) – This is the last instalment of the CBC’s The Human Odyssey, presented on the venerable Nature of Things….


St Clair Students Shut Out Hunger

By Kelly Gosselin (WINDSOR, ON) – The 2nd year Public Relations students of St Clair College are bringing their best game face to the gym…


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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 their cell phones. There has…


WWII +75

By David Johnston, Governor General of Canada (OTTAWA, ON) – Seventy-five years ago, on September 10, 1939, Canada officially entered the Second World War. Thousands…



CHAMPS Play Safe

By Leah Cameron (WINDSOR, ON) – The War Amps float passed on the vital PLAYSAFE/DRIVESAFE message at the recent Windsor Canada Day Parade. This year’s…


Chatham Director Earns Lifetime Award

By Brian Worrall (CHATHAM-KENT, ON) – Congratulations go to Marsha Millar, Director of Children’s Services, on receiving the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the Ontario…