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Motorcycle accident seriously injures Amherstburg businessman, delays Duffy's demolition

A motorcycle accident has left prominent Amherstburg businessman Terry Jones in hospital with serious injuries and stalled the Duffy’s Tavern demolition.

Jones, president and founder of the Jones Group Inc., a local demolition, abatement and remediation company, has been in hospital since the June 17 accident. 533 more words

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Reader Letter: Windsor doesn't need to expand on undeveloped land near hospital site

Re: Planners questions over mega-hospital location during public consultation by Tamar Harris, July 6.

There was meeting on July 5 to get public input about a plan for future development of 360 hectares (890 acres) that surrounds the site slated for the new mega-hospital. 318 more words

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National sexual assault rates remain steady while other crime rates drop: StatsCan

A new report by Statistics Canada shows that while rates of violent and non-violent crimes in Canada have declined over the last decade, sexual assault rates have stagnated. 677 more words

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Leamington hospital borrows executive to fill in as CEO

Leamington’s hospital has a new temporary leader, borrowed from Windsor Regional Hospital to fill in for CEO Terry Shields while he’s on a personal leave. 302 more words

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Two Windsor hospitals receive a combined $1.47M for infrastructure improvements

Windsor Regional Hospital and Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare will receive a combined $1.47 million from the Ontario government’s Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund to upgrade health-care infrastructure. 202 more words

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Dragon boat festival celebrates 15 years on the water

The Windsor Essex Dragon Boat Festival for the Cure celebrated its 15th anniversary Sunday on the waterfront and Cealia Gagnon has paddled in every one. 520 more words

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Officials reject blogger’s claim St. Clair College was terror target

A right-wing blogger’s claim that St. Clair College was being targeted for a terrorist attack — which caused an online stir on social media — is bogus, according to college officials. 930 more words

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