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Haiti's true charm revealed - The Windsor Star

“This is Haiti today,” says Rosie, in charming French-accented English with a Caribbean-Creole lilt.

“This is my Haiti.” Rosie is so adamant because the stereotype of Haiti is of a poverty-stricken, earthquake-ruined and crime-ridden island nation. 35 more words


Star earns record 20 Ontario Newspaper Award nominations

The Windsor Star has earned a record 20 Ontario Newspaper Award nominations this year, more than any other competing newspaper, beating the Star’s previous record of 19. 402 more words


Windsor Star earns multiple National Newspaper Award nominations

For the first time in its history, The Windsor Star has been nominated for multiple National Newspaper Awards.

Reporters Craig Pearson, Trevor Wilhelm and Claire Brownell have all been nominated along with photographer Dan Janisse. 286 more words


A Way with Words

We want everyone to have a way with words. Words, after all, can inspire, inform, entertain and delight. They can shape history and shape minds. They can make imagined worlds come alive, or ideas thrive. 140 more words


Obit: Former sports reporter 'Madman' McKay gruff but lovable

Jim “Madman” McKay, a former Windsor Star sports reporter known for his gruff exterior who covered the Red Wings and reported from the Soviet Union when U.S. 489 more words