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A caravan of Canadians bringing jugs with 1,000 liters of water arrived in Detroit on Thursday afternoon in a symbolic protest against the bankrupt city shutting off water to residents who haven't paid their bills.
11 hrs ago | The Windsor Star
Firefighters quickly doused a blaze near Ground Effects in Windsor on Thursday, July 24, 2013.
16 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Yesterday | Brandon Sun
Activists in Windsor, Ont., plan to lug 1,000 litres of water across the river to Detroit today to help residents who have had their water cut off.
A mental health clinic is being proposed for the commercial building at 736-744 Ouellette Ave. in Windsor, Ont.
Developers are flying in from across the country to scrape up deals from Windsor lots being sold off after owners neglected to pay their property taxes - with some going for more than $20,000 over the minimum required bid.
Windsor is looking to greatly expand community gardens across the city by opening up parks and other municipally owned properties to those seeking to grow fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers for themselves and their neighbours.
Windsor Club events co-ordinator Shelby Odom looks out to the Detroit River at the Windsor Club on July 22, 2014 in Windsor, Ontario.
Jay Henderson, manager of the La Casa Del Habano cigar shop in downtown Windsor, Ont.
File photo of a panhandler known as Gramps on Ouellette Avenue in downtown Windsor, Ont.
Things like maternity leave benefits, short- and long-term disability and bereavement leave are barely on the radar when it comes to what jobseekers are looking for - generally, it's "How much does the job pay?" and "How much vacation do I get."
The wreckage from Friday's large industrial fire at the Bonduelle plant, is pictured Sunday, July 20, 2014.
Hundreds of federal employee union reps closed down a block of Pitt Street Friday, to call attention to the "disgraceful" condition of the Paul Martin building where 400 of their members work.
An aerial view of the Bonduelle plant fire taken approximately 13 hours after it started in Tecumseh, Ont.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 10:19 pm
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