Former Progressive Conservative leader, Patrick Brown insists his presence in the party’s leadership race will neither cause a rift within the party or hurt the Tories’ election prospects this June.
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Windsor-Tecumseh Progressive Conservative candidate Mohammad Latif says two dubious postings on his campaign’s Facebook page will be removed.
Caesars Windsor is bringing iconic Canadian singer Bryan Adams to the Colosseum this July.
“I’ve been playing the lottery for about 20 years,” says Anne Hammerschmidt who stepped up to take her turn spinning THE BIG SPIN WHEEL and won $200,000.
Officials are investigating a fire at a four-plex on Assumption St. near Langlois Ave. in east Windsor.
A gut-wrenching loss for Canada in women’s Olympic hockey when the team lost to the U.S. in the gold medal game.
The Greater Essex County District School Board could soon be the latest organization to boycott the Caboto Club over its men-only rule.
The Southern Baptist minister often called the most influential preacher of the 20th Century has passed away at the age of 99.
Windsor Police are investigating, but have not yet determined if a disturbing leaflet sent to the Windsor Jewish Community Centre is a hate crime.
The Windsor and District Labour Council hopes Unifor and the Canadian Labour Congress will resolve their dispute.