It has been a wild year for the women’s movement, but if the turnout to the Women’s March in Windsor is any indication, it is going strong.
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A retired doctor wanted his grandson remembered for his passion in life, fitness. The result is a new fitness centre at Windsor’s Downtown Mission.
The member of Unifor’s executive board which voted in favour of splitting with the Canadian Labour Congress says members do not need to be concerned.
A man and a woman from Windsor face charges after police made an arrest near the Home Depot on Division Rd.
If you pick up a coffee at the Tim Hortons on University Ave. between Bruce Ave. and Janette Ave. in Windsor, it may take a little longer.
Amherstburg residents are invited to a public meeting to give their thoughts on having Windsor Police Services take over policing in the town.
A bid by Windsor-Detroit to host a second headquarters for Amazon has failed to make the cut to the second round.
Minister of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development, Navdeep Bains has presented an Oldcastle company with enough cash to hire 60 new workers.
Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit says there are no grounds to lay criminal charges.
The Windsor Police Financial Crimes Unit has advice for anyone looking for an apartment after receiving calls about the so-called rental scam.