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Henderson: Muir's Olde Sandwich legacy will live on

With so many larger-than-life community builders dying with a lingering question mark, never knowing if or how they’ll be remembered, the “gift” John Muir received on his deathbed was particularly poignant. 635 more words

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Hunt for father's murderer a tale of perseverance

Re: Finding peace over a father’s brutal murder, opinion column by Gord Henderson, July 30.

I appreciated reading this column very much.

It is a testimony of what self-perseverance will do in spite of what others may think. 55 more words

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Henderson: On the trail of a father's murderer

The brutal, ultimately fatal assault on his father on a backwoods trail in remote northern B.C. has haunted Windsor businessman Joe Greco for decades.

But now, after years of pleading for information, he’s a big step closer to finding out what happened. 699 more words

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Beach fence was an embarrassment

Re: ‘Tear down that beach fence’, column by Gord Henderson, June 10.

Thanks to Gord Henderson for his column regarding taking down the ugly green fence at Sand Point Beach. 172 more words

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Henderson's classless Unifor comments

Re: Bad timing for Chiodo to rain on city’s parade, column by Gord Henderson, May 14.

The Windsor Star has produced some class act reporters over the years. 203 more words

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Windsor needs to save mature trees

Re: Windsor needs a tree-cutting bylaw, by Gord Henderson, April 8.

I totally agree with Henderson. The City of Windsor needs a tree cutting bylaw. 137 more words

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Protect what's left of our tree cover

Re: Windsor needs a tree-cutting bylaw, column by Gord Henderson, April 9.

Many thanks to Henderson for providing his well-reasoned and respected voice to the need for our local government(s) to step up and protect the tree cover remaining in our area. 138 more words

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