“The Week That Was” in Windsor News: October 2nd to October 8th
Sunday October 9th, 2011
Posted at 2:00pm
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The biggest news maker of the past week was Ontario’s Provincial Election on Thursday. Locally Dwight Duncan was re-elected to once again represent Windsor-Tecumseh. In Windsor West, a new face will carry the Liberal banner as Teresa Piruzza was elected to replace retiring Sandra Pupatello. Meanwhile out in Essex, Taras Natysha changed the long time Liberal red riding to NDP orange.
On Tuesday, ticket pricing details for the 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge that will be held here in Windsor from December 29th, 2011 to January 4th, 2012. The 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge will bring together the top players in the world born in 1995 or later.
Windsor Police have a man in custody facing charges after a violent robbery on the city’s west side early Wednesday morning. Meanwhile in South Windsor, Police are still looking for two suspects a home was broken into Thursday morning and the homeowners found them in their bedroom with a hand gun.
On campus, talks continue with the university and the Facility Association to avert a strike.