Now that 12,000 faculty members are walking the picket lines at Ontario’s 24 public colleges, students may be facing an uncertain academic future.
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At the cost of over $300,000, a proposal to build a decorative arch over Sandwich St. is going to Windsor city council Monday night.
The U.S. Coast Guard had to rescue seven people, including two children, after their boat ran aground on Buckeye Reef, just east of Middle Bass Island.
If you are building a home, there is a good chance you are doing it in Lakeshore.
Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown will be in Windsor for a meet and greet at the Caboto Club.
The Detroit Free Press Chemical Bank Marathon could mean some headaches for drivers crossing the border Sunday morning.
After seven years of spooky fun, this will be the final year for Reaper’s Gate, the haunted house on California Ave.
The province is awarding Legal Assistance of Windsor $335,212 to fight human trafficking.
If you are looking for work, print up a resume. There is a job fair at the WFCU Centre.
The General Manager at Devonshire Mall in Windsor says the loss of Sears will not affect its $70-million renovation.