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Reader Letter: Bortolin's 'rape' comment and apology not upsetting

Re: Coun. Gignac’s complaint called ‘political theatre,’ by Sarah Sacheli and Brian Cross, Nov. 8.

Windsor Coun. Rino Bortolin promptly issued an apology that was, in my view, heartfelt to those whose sensitivities were offended by his comment that included use of the word “rape” when he tried to emphasize the point that installation of an alley light could improve safety. 322 more words


Driver facing charges after serious collision near WFCU Centre

Charges are pending against a driver after a collision near the WFCU Centre resulted in serious injuries to a passenger in the driver’s vehicle late Sunday night. 161 more words

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Knights make it three in a row by shutting out Spitfires

Joseph Raaymakers made 34 saves and Cliff Pu had a three-point afternoon as the London Knights blanked the Spitfires 4-0 in Windsor on Sunday afternoon. 873 more words


Emerson Drive

Getting to see my favourite Canadian Country Band – Emerson Drive at Windsor BeaverFest.
I love them.

For 20th time, Biz X magazine honours best of Windsor-Essex businesses, people

For two decades, Biz X has annually honoured the best of Windsor-Essex businesses in a variety of categories.

The local business and lifestyle magazine celebrated its latest list of winners with a gala dinner ceremony on Friday night at the St. 372 more words

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Prisoner, Aiken County women indicted in fraud scheme targeting Oregon victims

By Michael Smith

A Georgia prisoner, his Aiken County daughter and a second woman have been indicted on fraud-related charges stemming from the defrauding of several Oregonians, according to federal court records. 414 more words


Aiken County sees second fatal crash in three days, fifth this month

By Michael Smith

A dearly two-car collision this morning near Windsor was the fifth fatal crash in Aiken this month, and the second in three days. 153 more words