“The Week That Was” in Windsor News: January 8th – January 14th

Sunday January 15th, 2012

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Construction scaffolding hangs from the Ambassador Bridge, Wednesday Afternoon (Photo by: Owen Wolter)

Tragedy struck on Wednesday when 27-year-old Kent Morton of Garden City, Michigan fell into the Detroit River from the Ambassador Bridge while working for a painting crew.  His body has still not been located.

Plans were announced Monday for Windsor Arena — affectionately known as The Barn to be transformed into a new permanent year-round Downtown Windsor Market.

Popular Ottawa Street eatery Smoke & Spice: Southern Barbeque has opened there new location at Lauzon and Tecumseh Monday Evening.    The previous location at 1515 Ottawa Street will be opening as something completely different within a matter of months.

Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam tour kicked off a series of eight shows at the WFCU Centre on Wednesday night. The internationally renowned performance was met with a full crowd at the city’s east end arena.

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