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13 hrs ago | The Windsor Star

Windsor cigar lovers to get downtown sidewalk patio

Jay Henderson, manager of the La Casa Del Habano cigar shop in downtown Windsor, Ont.

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14 hrs ago | The Windsor Star

Windsor to investigate tougher panhandler restrictions

File photo of a panhandler known as Gramps on Ouellette Avenue in downtown Windsor, Ont.

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15 hrs ago | Canadian HR Reporter

In praise of bereavement leave

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."

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20 hrs ago | The Windsor Star

Bonduelle plant set to restart food production

The wreckage from Friday's large industrial fire at the Bonduelle plant, is pictured Sunday, July 20, 2014.

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Vegetables, Agriculture, Science

Yesterday | CFRA

Production to resume at fire-damaged vegetable plant near Windsor, Ont.

Production is set to resume Wednesday at a vegetable-processing plant in Tecumseh, Ont., east of Windsor, after a multimillion-dollar fire at the facility.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Windsor Star

Federal workers protest unsafe working conditions at Paul Martin building

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.

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The Windsor Star

Fire raises concerns over Bonduelle plans to build housing for migrant workers inside plant

An aerial view of the Bonduelle plant fire taken approximately 13 hours after it started in Tecumseh, Ont.

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GlobalNews

Vegetable plant fire prompts evacuation order in Tecumseh, Ont.

A community just east of Windsor, Ont., remains in a state of emergency after a massive fire broke out overnight at a vegetable processing plant.

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Northern Life

Evacuation order lifted after Windsor-area fire

Firefighters try to put out a fire at the Bonduelle food-processing plant in Tecumseh, Ont.

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Castanet.net

Fire at vegetable plant near Windsor, Ont., leads to emergency evacuations

A state of emergency has been declared in a community just east of Windsor, Ont., after a massive fire at a vegetable processing plant.

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CBC News

Massive fire at food processing plant in southern Ontario

At least three municipalities, including Windsor, are battling a massive fire at the former Green Giant plant in Tecumseh As a precaution, the Tecumseh Fire Department is asking residents in the immediate area of the Bonduelle plant, at the intersection of Tecumseh Road and Lacasse Boulevard, to close all windows and doors.

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CBS Local

Massive Fire At Canadian Food Production Plant Visible From I-75, M-10

Drivers on I-75 in Detroit Friday morning got an eyeful of a massive fire burning across the river at a Canadian food processing plant.

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CBC News

Massive fire at former Green Giant plant in Ontario prompts warning to residents

At least three municipalities, including Windsor, Ont., are battling a massive fire at the former Green Giant plant now owned by the food-processing company Bonduelle in Tecumseh on Friday.

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The Windsor Star

Cigar businesses fuming over city patio exclusion

As they sip their cups of joe and munch on biscottis, smokers enjoy their cigarettes and cigars out in the open.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Windsor Star

Arthur Road resident fed up with flooding for the fifth time

Bruce Sinclair lives at 1309 Arthur Rd. and said the water line that runs underground through the alley next to his house has busted for the fifth time, destroying his basement and costing him thousands in damage.

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Related Topix: Life, Hobbies, Spelunking, Canada,

The Windsor Star

International writers conference announced for Windsor

Pam Goldstein, chair of the Windsor International Writers Conference, speaks at a press conference announcing writing workshop on July 17, 2014 at the Downtown Windsor Business Accelerator.

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Brandon Sun

Invasive species of beetle that kills ash trees spreads in southwestern Ontario

An invasive species of insect that kills ash trees is cropping up in new areas of southwestern Ontario, threatening provincial forests, commercial woodlots and the landscapes of residential properties.

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Related Topix: Entomology, Science, Canada,

Wed Jul 16, 2014

The Windsor Star

Vandals repeatedly attack Tecumseh fruit stand

Justin Elias arranges vegetables at Louie's Produce Market on Manning Rd. in Tecumseh, Ont.

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The Windsor Star

Access to psychiatrists improves dramatically

Dr. Tamison Doey, left, and Dr. Raj Basker hold successful psychiatric clinics located at Windsor Regional Hospital's Ouellette Ave. Campus Jeanne Mance building Wednesday july 16, 2014.

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The Windsor Star

Garbage collectors left holding the bag of public's wrath

Front-line garbage collectors are weathering a storm of complaints from frustrated Windsor residents who come home to find their refuse left behind on collection day.

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