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The Show Must Go On

If there is one thing the global pandemic, and subsequent lockdown, has taught the world, it’s the importance of our...

Danielle Campo-McLeod

Danielle Campo-McLeod’s parents realized something was different about her when she was still an infant. “When I was 15...

Walk Off The Earth

Hoping to attract a little attention for their Burlington-based band, a blonde woman flanked by four dark-haired men...

Sleep In Heavenly Peace

“No kid sleeps on the floor in our town.” That’s the motto of Sleep in Heavenly Peace, an international organization...

Summer Nostalgia

The Bishop Boys consists of Windsor’s Austin Di Pietro and Andrew Adoranti. The young musical duo is studiously...

Lost and Found

Born one year apart in the early 1960’s to teenaged parents, Tim and Ty were placed in separate foster homes before...

D.A. Lockhart

D.A. Lockhart opens Wënchikàneit Visions with a quote from Philip Levine’s “Winter Words”: “Once I slept beside a wide...

Strength in Numbers

“It is better to light a candle than to curse thedarkness.” That simple, profound statement has been alternately...

Rising Star

Chelsey Danfield’s life changed forever when her grandfather bought her a bedazzled jean skirt with a matching vest...

Boys vs Girls

Windsor, one could argue, is a city of misconceptions. One of the most common being that it is not a fertile community...

Man On A Minefield

When listening to 17 year old Brett Brochu, a goalie for the London Knights, describe the role, it sounds like a high...

The United Snakes

It’s hard to believe, but one of Windsor’s oldest and most established bands is still going strong….and mostly with its...

Bridging Past and Present with Art

It will be like a scene from a modern-day fable: over the next two years, images of an indigenous hoop dancer, a bear...

The Kilominator

Seven o’clock Sunday morning, September 6, riding my bike down the empty expanse of Howard Avenue—from its termination...

A New Horizon

“We consider it not only our job, but our duty, to continue to provide the highest level of care as possible to our...

Joe Paonessa

Last month, Joe Paonessa, a local firefighter, traveled to Santa Monica to compete in the second annual Arnold...

A Team of Volunteers

When the COVID-19 pandemic landed on the world with both feet, citizen volunteers immediately launched into action...

Adventure Tourism

Returning from safari in South Africa with their digital memory cards filled with images of elephants, giraffes and...

Building A Legacy

For many of us, playing with LEGO was one of our earliest forms of creative expression. However, one lucky Windsorite...

DERKZ

Painting Beyond The Canvas Story by Michael Seguin For some artists, a canvas can be claustrophobic. David Derkatz is a...

Still Standing

Executive Producer Executive Producer Anne Francis confirms that the series description of CBC’s Still Standing as “a...

Laughing and Breathing

During these dark times, one Windsorite is determined to provide some sunshine. Josie LoPorto Freeborn is a 44-year-old...

Passion and Emotion

The Essex County War Memorial/Cenotaph at Windsor City Hall Square has seen many November 11th remembrance ceremonies...

Be The Best Bee You Can Be

“I want to feel connected, authentically not electronically. I feel suffocated by my insecurities, as the hunger of...

Doing the Impossible

The school day in autumn 2020 begins as it has for generations: standing for the playing of the national anthem...

Queens and Crowns

On Saturday, June 22nd, 2019, the 17th Annual Independent Music Awards show were hosted at the Symphony Space...

Unsung Heroes

This year, the annual Lois A. Fairley Nurse of the Year Award was a little different. Instead of recognizing a single...

McKenna Lumley

Few young people are as remarkable—or have endured as much—as Windsor’s Mckenna Lumley. When she was four years old...

State of Being

Her sound has an immediate orchestral feel, which translates into a grand sense of scale. But then, before the track...

A Dream Come True

“It’s all about capturing stories,” Krystle states. “Things like rundown barns and old farm equipment, to me, have a...

Family Feud Canada

On December 16th, 2019, the Canadian Broadcasting Centre (CBC) premiered their own version of a classic American game show: Family Feud Canada. The second season began airing on October 12th, 2020. And for Windsorites...

Strength in Numbers

“It is better to light a candle than to curse thedarkness.” That simple, profound statement has been alternately attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt, Confucius, and Charles Schulz. Without even knowing, Windsor-Essex County...

A Depth of Colour

When it comes to her work, Lorraine Moon finds herself fielding the same questions over and over again. Specifically: “Are those photographs?”

A Dream Come True

When talking to National Hockey League (NHL) referee Mitch Dunning, one thing becomes apparent: That he’s spent most of his life gliding across the ice.

A Gentle Spirit

It’s difficult to summarize a soul as loving, as humble and as radiant as Windsor’s Chad Predhomme. But, after his untimely passing in November of last year, his loved ones gathered to share memories of their beloved...

The Gift of Family

In September 2020, newlyweds Chantelle and Terrence Hurst opened their hearts to six orphaned siblings ranging in age from 4 to 17 years. It didn’t take long for their story to sprout legs…or for miracles to unfold in...

The Dynasties & The Three

Bob Turner is a self-described “basketball junkie.” Bob first started playing basketball in high school before going on to compete for Wilfrid Laurier University. He even won the Windsor Alumni National Basketball...

Bridging Past and Present with Art

It will be like a scene from a modern-day fable: over the next two years, images of an indigenous hoop dancer, a bear and its cubs, an eagle and the Creation of Turtle Island—along with two Canadian maple leaves—will...