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Santa spotted: parade sparks up holiday spirit

Windsor’s Olde Sandwich Towne parade

Saturday, Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m.

Downtown Essex Parade

Sat. Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m.

Visit Santa at Devonshire Mall until Christmas… 553 more words


How Those Elected Responded

For the record, here is how our new council responded to questions from the burg watch readers:


Procedural By-law Status Unknown

Commentary by Linda Saxon

This was written in response to Anthony Leardi’s comments in his RTT Guest Column November 5, 2014.

I do not believe the issue is the Mayor’s postponement of meetings since the council approved procedural by-law clause provides him with the authority to do so; that is not a loophole. 244 more words


Amherstburg's unionized workers agree to contract extension, wage freeze

Unionized workers in the Town of Amherstburg have agreed to a one-year wage freeze and an extension of their collective agreement.

Amherstburg councillors approved the deal Monday – one of the last pieces of business for the outgoing council. 269 more words


The True Cost of Police Body Worn Cameras

Finally, the true technology related cost of the cameras is revealed, as reported in Hamilton News:

“Ferguson’s comments followed a presentation on the cameras made to the board on Monday by police staff that indicated the cost to introduce them could be about $3.8 million in the first year and total approximately $14.8 million over five years. 135 more words


Amherstburg Mayor Hurst wraps up final council meeting with no comment

Amherstburg Mayor Wayne Hurst ended his 23 years of service to the town – and his final council meeting – with a firm no comment. 661 more words


Five people from Amherstburg and Windsor charged in joint forces drug probe

Police conducting a joint forces probe raided two homes last week, seizing cash and drugs and arresting five people.

Windsor and Amherstburg police ran the investigation along with the Provincial Anti-Violence Intervention Strategy. 119 more words