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New Home Ownership Program Launched

(LaSALLE, ON) – The Federal and Provincial governments have partnered to fund a Home Ownership Downpayment Assistance Program. It is estimated that the program will…


participated at the 3rd annual Windsor-Essex Great Lakes Regional competition at the University of Windsor.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Windsor Robotic Team Wins Subsidy

(WINDSOR, ON) – Siemens Canada has announced the province’s ten robotics competition teams which will be subsidized to attend the robotics world championships in St…


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Sell EnWin

(WINDSOR, ON) – Cities across Canada should sell their electricity distribution companies and invest the proceeds in critical municipal infrastructure, according to a new CD…


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Englishness To Shine On Sunday

(WINDSOR, ON) – A group with roots in Britain plans to host Windsor’s first ever Saint George’s Day party and parade. It will take place…


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March For Science This Saturday

(WINDSOR, ON) – On Saturday, Windsor marchers will join over 500 communities across the world in an event to promote scientific literacy and science as…


Adrian Vido and Gary Parent are the co-chairs for the United Way's 70 Years reUnited birthday celebration.

Celebrating 70 United Years

(WINDSOR, ON) – United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County was incorporated on October 24, 1947 and since that time has had the privilege of supporting kids, families,…


A sign on the door of the Maiden Lane creamery says the shop will soon reopen for business.Photo by Robert Tuomi.

Bunntz Is Coming Back

(WINDSOR, ON) – A sign on the door of downtown’s popular ice cream parlour, Bunntz and Co, says the company plans to re-open in May….


The EnWin headquaters at Elliott Street and Ouellette Avenue in Windsor is seen in this file photo from 26 January 2017.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Kabab And Curry May Be Tip Of The Ice Burg

(WINDSOR, ON) – A Wyandotte Street Indian restaurant appears to be temporarily, or possibly even permanently, closed. Kabab and Curry, in the downtown, became one…