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Provincial funding cuts to Legal Aid Ontario will mean reduced services for Windsor and Essex County’s most vulnerable residents, according to a representative of two local legal aid clinics. “Our work is about providing the basics of life — money for food and safe shelter,” said Marion...

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Windsor activists for people who use drugs will join 20 other Canadian cities Tuesday in rallying on the National Day of Action on the Overdose Crisis. Hosted by the Windsor Overdose Prevention Society and students from the University of Windsor’s bachelor of social work program, a seven-person...

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First-year coach Deanna Iwanicka continues to run the women’s hockey program at the University of Windsor while officials conduct an investigation into her treatment of players. The university opened an investigation led by workplace mediator Marilee Marcotte in mid March after five players...

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Diocese of London releases statement about Notre Dame Cathedral fire

The Diocese of London has released a statement on the devastating fire at the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris. “Like millions of people around the world, we are watching with horror as photos and live video stream in from Paris, France,” diocese communications officer Nelson Couto wrote in a...

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Windsor police continue to search for evidence in case of missing man

Windsor police have set up their mobile command unit in the 3400 block of Cross Street in the west end as they continue to investigate the fate of Jerome Allen, 29, who hasn't been seen since last October.

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Knife-brandishing cigarette robber experiences Windsor police Taser

Aaron Gordon, 36, faces charges after the robbery of a Riverside convenience store and an arrest incident that required officers to use a Taser, say Windsor police.

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Hundreds of moms and a few dads packed the Caboto Club Sunday wide-eyed and searching for baby swag at the fifth annual Mama Expo and Fam Jam. Presented by Three Lambs Baby Boutique, the one-day bazaar showcased more than 100 local businesses, with privacy curtains for feedings and diaper changing...

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The Windsor-made Chrysler Pacifica has received a Best New Car Award from Good Housekeeping for the second consecutive year. In partnership with Car and Driver, the Good Housekeeping Institute named the Pacifica the 2019 Best New Car in the minivan category on Monday. Last year, the Pacific Hybrid...

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As a Massey grad, I was quite disappointed to read about the proposed shift from the Moduflex timetable to a fully semestered system at the school. As a student, I appreciated the flexibility provided by the Moduflex system, as it allowed for certain core classes, such as math and English, to be...

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Right now, what is going on with the Windsor Spitfires off the ice is a far bigger topic of conversation than what the product on the ice has to offer. Since going public a week ago that negotiations are ongoing for the sale of the club, Spitfires general manager and minority owner Warren Rychel has...

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In wake of 3rd shift news, NDP's Singh attacks Liberals for lack of auto strategy

Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh visited Windsor Saturday to amplify his call for a national auto strategy, on the heels of FCA Canada’s announced cancelation of the third shift at Windsor Assembly Plant. Returning the plant to a traditional two-shift operation starting Sept. 30, after running...

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Windsor Police arrest 3, cite foul play in Oct. disappearance of Jerome Allen

Windsor Police believe Jerome Allen — who’s been missing since October — is the victim of foul play and on Sunday arrested three people as part of the investigation. In an update of earlier statements about Allen’s disappearance, police issued a news release Sunday advising the public there...

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Windsor Star photographers shine at the Ontario Newspaper Awards

Windsor Star photographers Dax Melmer and Dan Janisse each took home top awards from the Ontario Newspaper Awards gala in Toronto on Saturday. In addition, Melmer was named the Photojournalist of the Year for his body of work in 2018. Janisse took first prize in the Sports Photography category for...

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Photos: 200 bags of trash collected in Ganatchio Trail cleanup honouring assault victim

A crew of 200 volunteers stormed the Ganatchio Trail Saturday to pick up garbage in memory of Sara Anne Widholm, the woman who was viciously attacked while walking there in 2017 and later succumbed to her injuries.     Equipped with trash bags and latex gloves, groups searched for litter anywhere...

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