“The Week That Was” in Windsor News: November 6th to November 12th

Sunday November 13th, 2011

Posted at 12:00pm

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Hundreds of Windsorites attended the Remembrance Day service at the Downtown Windsor Cenotaph Friday morning to say thank you to our veterans, past and present.

A fire at the Blind Dog in Downtown Windsor early Wednesday morning has forced the Stick It To Cancer after party to the Windsor Armouries.

Windsor Police have one man in custody facing numerous charges after an altercation between two men in the city’s west end Monday morning, after he was threatening another man with a gun.

After a lengthy construction season in Windsor’s Little Italy, Erie Street is open to traffic — pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle — and a new roundabout at Parent and Erie is presenting a learning experience for drivers.

The Greater Essex County District School Board will be forming a Program and Accommodation Review Committee to study the Forster family of schools. The family of schools includes Forster Secondary School and Dougall, Marlborough, General Brock, J.E. Benson, and Dr. H.D. Taylor Public Schools.

A sure sign of the season ahead as city workers began making preparations for the yearly recreational skating season at Charles Clark Square in Downtown Windsor.



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