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Gord Henderson: Mega-hospital a big win for county


Residents of Tecumseh, Lakeshore and Essex were surely cracking out their best bubbly and sharing high-fives following the blockbuster revelation that the proposed mega-hospital is to be built in a bean field on their doorstep. 684 more words


Gord Henderson: Jo-Anne Gignac changes all the odds

The joke, back in the day when Windsor was a Liberal bastion, was that local Conservatives were such rare birds that they could hold their annual meeting in a phone booth and still have space for a dance floor. 656 more words


Gord Henderson: Shifting gears at city hall

You might as well kick back and relax, preferably with a double rye in hand, because the pace of change in Windsor has downshifted from hair-raising to cautious and measured with rookie driver Drew Dilkens at the wheel. 726 more words


Isn't lifelong pension enough?

Re: The outdated views of a desk jockey doesn’t help, opinion column by Gord Henderson, Feb. 28.

I wish Coun. Hilary Payne the best in making the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation and its CEO Sandra Pupatello accountable to the taxpayers. 115 more words


Sustainability is the key

Re: We must make Windsor much more inviting, opinion column, by Gord Henderson, Jan. 24.

Now it is official — 2014 was the warmest year recorded on Earth since measurements were started. 275 more words


Duncan's opinions not wanted

Re: Dwight Duncan thinks Windsor needs a new jobs strategy, opinion column by Gord Henderson, Jan. 17.

As I read another column by Gord Henderson about what Dwight Duncan says, I wonder why this inept former politician is still being sought after for his opinion. 122 more words


Eddie Francis: Chalk one up for the little guy

Editor’s note: This column was written by Gord Henderson on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2003, the day after Eddie Francis was elected to his first term as Windsor mayor. 739 more words