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Jon Liedtke

The Ontario government introducing six-pack and individual beer sales at select grocery stores is a laudable & laughable half measure which should be challenged so as to bring about actual meaningful change and reform to alcohol sales. more

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Stephen Hargreaves

The rumor mill is churning tonight with multiple reports that a collection of downtown buildings have sold for a purported sum of $10 million. more

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With two border crossings and millions of Americans just across the border, Windsor is situated to benefit immensely from the budding cannabis tourism industry. more

Culture

Trudeau’s government has found itself dealing with cannabis legalization, regulation, and normalization at a rapid pace. One of the next frontiers for cannabis will be where it can be consumed, and how consumption will impact the public as a whole. more

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According to Health Canada, an individual prescribed one gram per day would be allowed to grow five plants indoors, or two plants outdoors. more

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For Jodie, the solution to the problem is simple: remove cannabis from the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and allow people to do “whatever they wish” with cannabis. more

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Justin Trudeau is legalizing cannabis, but that doesn’t mean we can relax, take a hit, and simply wait for the good times while we roll another one. In fact, if the cannabis community stops pressing for real change, we’re going to find that... more

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As most of you know, unless you’ve been without access to traditional or social media, Justin Trudeau was elected Prime Minister partially on a platform of legalizing and regulating cannabis. more

Culture

No more will the argument of “holding the line on taxes” have much play in municipal discourse considering the newly approved hospital levy. more

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At a time when the federal government is ending prohibition, the province has started their own, except instead of targeting the nefarious black market, they’re targeting legal medical users. It’s absurd. more

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Dean Scott

It shouldn’t be easier to set up an unprompted one-on-one interview with the mayor of a Canadian municipality larger than Windsor, but that’s the situation I faced while sitting on the tarmac in Ottawa waiting for a transfer. more

Opinion

The Accelerator has turned to the community, launching an IndieGogo fundraising campaign, seeking to raise $30,000 to fund their move to a new facility after being rebuffed yet again by council at the recent tumultuous budget meeting. more

Opinion

City council has been hijacked. It was hijacked before this council was sworn in, and it appears as if it will remain as such. more

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Valentine's Distillery

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Valentine's Distillery in Ferndale Michigan is shaking things up by focusing on small batches, world class spirits, and doing things locally. more

Food & Drink

The Ontario government introducing six-pack and individual beer sales at select grocery stores is a laudable & laughable half measure which should be challenged so as to bring about actual meaningful change and reform to alcohol sales. more

Culture

If Warren ‘Smokey’ Thomas gets his way, recreational cannabis will be sold through the LCBO, and as president of the largest public service union in Ontario, his proposal carries weight. more

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It may look like Vegas or New York, but it’s actually ARIIUS, the latest club to open it’s doors at Caesars Windsor. more

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For the past two years an anonymous Windsor senior citizen has been writing 500 personalized Christmas cards for every Windsor Police officer, but following an accident this summer, the remaining 50 had to be completed by a grandchild. more

Local

Comprised of six separate resolutions, the question begins stating the new levy would be $125 annually, paid by all students (full-time, part-time, and graduate), enacted in the fall of 2019 or when the new facility is operational, whichever comes la more

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Cities coast to coast are seeing cannabis vapour lounges, dispensaries, and advocacy agencies entering the market, some operating in a legal grey zone. more

Culture

Council recently voted to spend $30,000 to hire an outside consultant to study the impacts and necessary regulatory measures for Uber Canada to operate in Windsor. more

Culture

How long would it take you to read, comprehend, consult with constituents and be prepared to vote on roughly 600 pages of budget documents packed with numbers, tables, figures and $750-million dollars worth of expenditures. more

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