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Deteroit Port Authority Plans Trial International Pedestrian Ferry

c. 1924 photo from the Windsor Star archives

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The Windsor Star reports some good news for Windsor-Detroit travelers: 119 more words

Downtown Detroit

Partnership brought us ‘great results’

‘Freeds has changed and so has The Windsor Star’

Canada’s largest independent fashion retail store, Freeds of Windsor at 1526 Ottawa St., has been a trendsetter since it opened 85 years ago. 380 more words

Special Features

Mr. Hockey's recovery 'just mind-boggling' (via The Windsor Star)

When the calendar turned to December, the last thing the Howe family expected was that they’d ever see their dad – Detroit Red Wings legend Gordie Howe – with a hockey stick in his hand again, scoring goals.

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Every picture tells Windsor's story, and there are thousands of them

At 455 pages and more than 1,000 photographs, From the Vault is the most comprehensive pictorial history of Windsor ever.

Written by The Windsor Star’s Craig Pearson and edited and published by Dan Wells of Biblioasis, From The Vault: A Photo History of Windsor to 1950 draws from The Star’s vast archive of photographs and illustrations dating back more than a century. 666 more words


Coleman to lead public affairs at university

Former Windsor Star editorial page editor John Coleman has been appointed for a one-year term as director of public affairs and communications for the University of Windsor. 119 more words


Dilkens, Millson accept Windsor Star grilling

Windsor mayoral hopefuls Drew Dilkens and John Millson each subjected themselves Thursday to the sweat-box grilling of a Windsor Star editorial board meeting, a match-up between a newsmaker and a hungry pack of reporters, columnists and editors. 911 more words


Move over Mr. Maghnieh!

Al Maghnieh broke the rules. He was warned about his actions and he misbehaved again. He breached our trust and was never appropriately punished. If that same behaviour occurred in the private sector, he would have been fired; at the very least he would have been convinced to resign. 574 more words