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A University of Windsor doctoral student studying conservation has a knack for science communication – and is using it to bring attention and support to at-risk species.
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Competitors in the international leg of the Detroit Free Press Marathon will have some extra obstacles to contend with next month: vaccination documents and ArriveCan receipts. Marathon organizers announced Wednesday that in addition to having proof of vaccination against COVID-19, which already has hurt registration numbers, runners also must carry an ArriveCAN receipt to enter […]
When it came time for Nathaniel Veltman to enter his pleas to murder and attempted murder at his much-anticipated murder trial, he let one of his defence lawyers do the talking.
For two decades, he was the only suspect. Following a Freedom of Information request from the Windsor Star, Windsor police have revealed they believe Robert Lotosky was the perpetrator in one of the city’s most enduring cold cases — the September 2000 murder of Carol Christou. It wasn’t Robert Lotosky’s first act of violence, but police […]
WINDSOR – To really understand accused killer Nathaniel Veltman and why he drove his pickup truck into a London Muslim family, a forensic psychiatrist said you have to understand what was going on in his troubled mind.
The Windsor Lancers gave the Western Mustangs a pretty good scare Saturday afternoon. But three touchdowns and a 25-point fourth quarter finally secured the Mustangs football team’s seventh straight win in a 50-18 decision Saturday at windy Western Alumni Stadium. “Their coaches are very familiar with what we do,” said quarterback Evan Hillock, who was […]