“The Week That Was” In Windsor News: September 18th to September 24th
Sunday September 25th, 2011
Posted at 2:00pm
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Downtown Windsor’s beer store is on the move. In order to make room for improvements to the tunnel plaza, the Beer store on Wyandotte Street East will close its current location and move down to Goyeau where the Downtown Chrysler dealership used to be.
The city has hired a Manager of Cultural Affairs. Cathy Masterson comes to us from Hamilton and her first day on the job was Tuesday.
The Catholic School board and its teachers raised $12,607.81 for Africa. The collection was taken up as part of the School Board’s Together in Faith Day, a day when all Board employees gather together to celebrate our faith and start the school year on a positive note.
The WFCU Center announced that the Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships are coming to the arena February 23rd to 25th 2012. This is the first time Windsor will host this event and it is also the first time that the Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships will be planned and executed by a local organizing committee.
A new specialized mental health hospital facility was dedicated and named Thursday. The new facility will be known as the Toldo Mental Health Hospital and Outpatient Clinic will see its first patients in November.
University of Windsor Professors, Librarians and academic staff represented by the Windsor University Faculty Association (WUFA) will be in a legal strike position in 17 days after filing for a “no board” report with the Ontario Ministry of Labour.