C-K Moves Up The List

(CHATHAM, ON) – According to just-released U-Haul data for 2017, Chatham is listed as Canada’s No. 11 Growth City. This 11th…

Devonshire Mall, seen on 26 August 2017, is spending millions updating itself to remain competitive in the digital age.Photo by Robert Tuomi.

More Store Closings At Devonshire Mall

(WINDSOR, ON) – Yesterday, Devonshire Mall lost its once prominent department store with the closing of Sears Canada’s local operation….

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Detroit Auto Show Begins Sunday

(DETROIT, MI) – Sunday marks the start of the 2018 North American International Auto Show taking place at Cobo Hall in…


DMG Announces Ranck Appointment

(WINDSOR, ON) – The Windsor- and Detroit-based marketing and communications firm, Douglas Marketing, has announced the appointment of Joe Ranck as…

Aphria's marijauna production greenhouse space on the edge of Leamington.Photo courtesy of David Brown/LiftNews.

Aphria Posts 3Q Gains

(LEAMINGTON, ON) – Leamington-based cannabis-grower Aphria said its revenue is up 39% and so too is the total kilograms cannabis…

Customers at the Tim Horton's in Walkerville were surprised to learn the prices were raised on 2 August 2017.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Minimum Wage Protests Continue

(WINDSOR, ON) – Tomorrow, a Windsor rally for workers’ rights has been set for 5pm in front of local NDP MPP…

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Mazda, Toyota Choose Alabama For New Plant

(MONTGOMERY, AL) – Alabama governor Kay Ivey and Huntsville mayor Tommy Battle joined Mazda and Toyota leaders to announce the automakers have selected Huntsville,…

(l to r) Councillor Derek Robertson; Councillor Joe Faas; Councillor Art Stirling; Mayor Randy Hope; Angelo Ligori, GreenField plant manager; Barry Wortzman, Greenfield VP Business Development; Jackie Caille, Union Gas director of residential & commercial sales; Greg Devries, Truly Green; Dan Charron, Entegrus president – sod-turning at the GreenField Specialty Alcohols plant in Chatham.Contributed image.

Local Investment Balloons In Chatham-Kent

(CHATHAM, ON) – The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has announced increased local investment during 2017. Though total permits issued declined slightly to 969…