Windsor Craft Beer Festival

Glasses used at the 2013 Windsor Craft Beer Festival are shown in this submitted photo

New craft beer festival to pour into LaSalle

The Town of LaSalle has approved a new craft beer festival to be held the weekend before the Windsor Craft Beer Festival in October.

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Construction continues

Workers continue with construction July 22 along Wyandotte Street East between Argyle Road and Gladstone Avenue. Work is being done to replace a water main and improve the roads.

Wyandotte construction not causing blocks on business

The roads may be ripped up, but business in Walkerville is operating without much issue.

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Big smiles for their new roof

Ahn Tuan and Krystall Nguyen with their daughter Vivian, show off the roof that is soon going to be replaced. From sagging to leaking, the Nguyen's have had a variety of roofing problems that they now won't have to worry about.

Windsor family voted to receive free new roof

Krystall and Ahn Tuan Nguyen, and their 18 month old daughter Vivian, were chosen by the Windsor community to receive this roof, out of...

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Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino presents James Galloway with the British Arctic Star, which recognizes Murmansk Run veterans.

A surprise for war veteran on his 90th birthday

Jim Galloway presented with a British Arctic Star medal by Minister of Veterans Affairs.

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Janos Acs is from Hungary and was promised opportunity in Canada. What he got was work for no pay while living in prison-like quarters.

Suicide on Hamilton tracks a tragic end to slavery victim’s life

Janos Acs escaped human traffickers, only to end up in Hamilton shelters

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Windsor City Hall

To date, six women have formally registered as candidates in the upcoming municipal election - the highest number in the last 20 years.

Diversity in Windsor reflected in municipal election candidates

The upcoming Windsor municipal election boasts a diverse set of candidates and the highest number of female candidates in the last 20 years.

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Alexander Sodiqov, seen with his wife and daughter

University of Toronto researcher released from detention in Tajikistan

Alexander Sodiqov, held under suspicion he was a spy, has been released

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Dead bees

David Schuit shows some of the many dead bees in one of his bee yards at Saugeen Country Honey. Ontario's huge rate of bee die-off is being blamed on pesticides and the harsh winter.

More than half of Ontario honey bee colonies died last winter: report

As bee colonies disappear at double the national average, province will move toward restricting neonicotinoid pesticides

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News From Beyond Windsor


Thousands lose power in southwestern Ontario

More than 4,000 without power in southwestern Ontario after storm hits area



Woman killed by Brampton transit bus

Pedestrian stuck and killed by Brampton transit bus



Heavy thunderstorms sweep through Ontario

Heavy thunderstorms sweep through parts of southern Ontario Sunday night



Police say two men killed in Ottawa collision

Police say two men killed in Ottawa collision Sunday afternoon



Body recovered from Halton Hills pond: Police

Police say they recovered body of 47-year-old man from Halton Hills pond



London fire leaves man in critical condition

London fire leaves man in critical condition



Head-on crash leaves motorcyclist with serious injuries

Head-on crash north of Orangeville leaves motorcyclist with serious injuries



Toronto memorial uses reflexology footpath

Toronto memorial for cyclist killed three years ago uses reflexology footpath


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Events in Windsor

John Mellencamp

Fri Aug 1 | 9:00 PM

Bobby Vinton

Thu Aug 7 | 8:00 PM


Sun Aug 17 | 10:30 AM

Deep Purple

Thu Aug 21 | 8:00 PM

Steely Dan

Fri Aug 22 | 9:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Sun Aug 31 | 8:00 PM

Michael McDonald & Toto

Fri Sep 19 | 9:00 PM

Thunder from Down Under

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