Margaret Villamizar, the Marxist-Leninist candidate in Windsor West, says her family didn’t decide together to run in three area ridings. It just worked out that way.
The Conservative incumbent in Chatham-Kent-Leamington won’t debate the NDP’s Tony Walsh on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
If the big three parties don’t appeal to you, there is another option on October 19th, the Marxist-Leninist Party.
If you’re considering work in the insurance and technology sector, there’s a job fair today at the Fogolar Furlan Club in Windsor.
Now that General Electric has announced plans to move production of gas engines out of Wisconsin, the Windsor-Essex Economic Development Corporation is eager to show why it needs to locate here.
The heads of Canadian Manufacturing and Exporters and the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council in the U.S. have a memorandum of agreement.
Laura Chesnik wants you to forget communism in China or Soviet Russia.
After decades of helping others in the community, the Distress Centre of Windsor Essex County hopes the community will come through for it.
Windsor police say the suspect in an early morning shooting outside a downtown nightclub targeted the victim.
The board of directors at Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare has approved a $1.4-million deficit for this fiscal year, but a plan to mitigate costs needs provincial approval.