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Daily News
What Happened to O?William Blake had me thinking about death.I was lying on my couch, Norton Antho
What Happened to O?
Daily News / Posted 4 hours ago
William Blake had me thinking about death.I was lying on my couch, Norton Anthology in my lap, when I stumbled on Blake's poem "The Sick Rose." I'd read the poem before, and I remembered its famous opening lament: "O Rose, thou art sick!" What... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Windsor professor Beth Daly hopes to walk again after horse-riding accidentBeth Daly’s last ride, on Oct. 10, 2014, “was such a good ride.” The Universit
Windsor professor Beth Daly hopes to walk again after horse-riding accident
Chatham Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
Beth Daly’s last ride, on Oct. 10, 2014, “was such a good ride.” The University of Windsor associate professor says this with a beaming smile, separating the joy of riding her stallion Rupert — a former racehorse — from the catastrophe that ensued... Read more
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GoPSUsports.com
Nittany Lions Add Sturtz to the 2015-16 LineupWinger Andrew Sturtz set to join the Penn State men's hockey team this season
Nittany Lions Add Sturtz to the 2015-16 Lineup
GoPSUsports.com / Posted 13 days ago
Winger Andrew Sturtz set to join the Penn State men's hockey team this season Aug. 18, 2015 UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State men's hockey head coach Guy Gadowsky completed his roster for the 2015-16... Read more
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redOrbit
Climate scientists: There's little hope for coral reefsWe need to wake up fast if we are to avoid watching our oceans die as an entire
Climate scientists: There's little hope for coral reefs
redOrbit / Posted 14 days ago
We need to wake up fast if we are to avoid watching our oceans die as an entire ecosystem of coral reefs is eliminated from the planet. “This is a global emergency, which requires us to decarbonize within the next 20 years, or face temperatures that... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
soccer, basketball, hockey, rugbySmart switches to Western Highly touted basketball recruit Ian Smart of Chatha
soccer, basketball, hockey, rugby
Chatham Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
Smart switches to Western Highly touted basketball recruit Ian Smart of Chatham will join the Western Mustangs this coming season after originally committing to the Windsor Lancers. The six-foot-six swingman from Chatham-Kent Secondary School won... Read more
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New Kerala
Coral reefs likely to disappear by mid-century Coral reefs are likely to disappear from the planet by mid-century even if wo
Coral reefs likely to disappear by mid-century
New Kerala / Posted 15 days ago
Coral reefs are likely to disappear from the planet by mid-century even if world leaders agree on efforts to limit a temperature increase to less than two degree Celsius by the end of the century at... Read more
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PhysOrg
The 'end of the high seas', or we watch the seas dieThe left side of this photo shows a healthy reef at Heron Island. The right sid
The 'end of the high seas', or we watch the seas die
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
The left side of this photo shows a healthy reef at Heron Island. The right side shows an example of a degraded reef off Townsville after attack from Crown of Thorns and bleaching. Credit: Reproduced with Kind permission of Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Global... Read more
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International Business Times
World's coral reefs doomed even if COP21 is 'wildly successful' expert says Coral reefs, as they were 50 years ago, will not be found anywhere on Earth by
World's coral reefs doomed even if COP21 is 'wildly successful' expert says
International Business Times / Posted 16 days ago
Coral reefs, as they were 50 years ago, will not be found anywhere on Earth by the middle of the century, an expert has warned. Professor Peter F Sale, from the University of Windsor, Canada, claims the world's coral reefs cannot be saved – even if... Read more
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The Sault Star
Lawyer thanked for 'a brand new life'Life was scary enough for Garnet Vaillancourt without a costume or mask on this
Lawyer thanked for 'a brand new life'
The Sault Star / Posted 16 days ago
Life was scary enough for Garnet Vaillancourt without a costume or mask on this Halloween night. It's 1989 and the native of Deep River, Ont., is holed up in a hotel room in Sault Ste. Marie. He's on the run from Sudbury after taking $7,000 from the... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Hope's hat trickKyle Hope had several two-goal games during his five-year Ontario Hockey League
Hope's hat trick
Chatham Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
Kyle Hope had several two-goal games during his five-year Ontario Hockey League career, but he could never complete the hat trick. The 22-year-old Blenheim native, however, has been able to complete a 'dirt trick' on the race track with three... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Fundraiser held for nursing studentsSubmitted photo: Shauna and Shannon Miller Mitchell's Bay Marnia seasonal cam
Fundraiser held for nursing students
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 18 days ago
Submitted photo: Shauna and Shannon Miller Mitchell's Bay Marnia seasonal campers held a fundraising barbeque earlier this month for employees Shannon and Shauna Miller who are fourth-year nursing University of Windsor nursing students. The Millers... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
The big decisionA little over a year ago, Riley Wilhelm was on a completely different path. Th
The big decision
Sarnia Observer / Posted 18 days ago
A little over a year ago, Riley Wilhelm was on a completely different path. The Sarnia native had just graduated from St. Pat's and was enrolled in Lambton College's pre-health program. But one week prior to the start of school she found herself in... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Master wins WAMBO River RunThe third annual WAMBO River Run took place on August 8, starting and finishing
Master wins WAMBO River Run
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 18 days ago
The third annual WAMBO River Run took place on August 8, starting and finishing at First Baptist Church. The race was organized and hosted by Wallaceburg's Defiance Running Club. The race had three categories; 5km run, 5km walk, 10km run and a... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Sanders has run from life of hard drugs to become one of world's top triathletesTriathlete Lionel Sanders is shown in an undated, handout photo. THE CANADIAN P
Sanders has run from life of hard drugs to become one of world's top triathletes
Brandon Sun / Posted 19 days ago
Triathlete Lionel Sanders is shown in an undated, handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ho-John Segesta When life was at its most bleak, Lionel Sanders sought solace in what he knew best. He ran. Every day for a month straight, the 27-year-old from... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Curbing Sexual Assault Becomes Big Business On CampusStudents headed for college this fall can expect a slew of new efforts aimed at
Curbing Sexual Assault Becomes Big Business On Campus
KPBS San Diego / Posted 20 days ago
Students headed for college this fall can expect a slew of new efforts aimed at preventing campus sexual assault. A federal law that took effect this summer requires schools to offer programs to help raise awareness and lower risk. It was once a... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Morgan going to NipissingFormer Chatham Maroons forward Alexander Morgan will do anything to help the Ni
Morgan going to Nipissing
Chatham Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
Former Chatham Maroons forward Alexander Morgan will do anything to help the Nipissing Lakers this coming season. Well, almost anything. “There's no fighting in CIS, so I won't need to be doing that,” he said, chuckling. “I'll be looking to... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
University of Windsor study aims to predict border delaysThe University of Windsor’s Cross-Border Institute is hoping to make life simpl
University of Windsor study aims to predict border delays
Sarnia Observer / Posted 26 days ago
The University of Windsor’s Cross-Border Institute is hoping to make life simpler for those shipping goods across the U.S. border with a program aimed at predicting bottlenecks at the border long before they occur. The institute received funding for... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
University of Windsor study aims to predict border delaysThe University of Windsor’s Cross-Border Institute is hoping to make life simpl
University of Windsor study aims to predict border delays
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 26 days ago
The University of Windsor’s Cross-Border Institute is hoping to make life simpler for those shipping goods across the U.S. border with a program aimed at predicting bottlenecks at the border long before they occur. The institute received funding for... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
University of Windsor study aims to predict border delaysThe University of Windsor’s Cross-Border Institute is hoping to make life simpl
University of Windsor study aims to predict border delays
Chatham Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
The University of Windsor’s Cross-Border Institute is hoping to make life simpler for those shipping goods across the U.S. border with a program aimed at predicting bottlenecks at the border long before they occur. The institute received funding for... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Historic, and costly, campaign beginsLocal politicians are ready to hit the campaign trail. “We've been ready for a
Historic, and costly, campaign begins
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 29 days ago
Local politicians are ready to hit the campaign trail. “We've been ready for awhile,” said Malcolm Allen, Niagara Centre's two term MP. Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Sunday morning that the election was underway. At 11 weeks before the... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Historic, and costly, campaign beginsLocal politicians are ready to hit the campaign trail. “We've been ready for a
Historic, and costly, campaign begins
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 29 days ago
Local politicians are ready to hit the campaign trail. “We've been ready for awhile,” said Malcolm Allen, Niagara Centre's two term MP. Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Sunday morning that the election was underway. At 11 weeks before the... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Historic, and costly, campaign beginsLocal politicians are ready to hit the campaign trail. “We've been ready for a
Historic, and costly, campaign begins
Welland Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
Local politicians are ready to hit the campaign trail. “We've been ready for awhile,” said Malcolm Allen, Niagara Centre's two term MP. Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Sunday morning that the election was underway. At 11 weeks before the... Read more
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The Sault Star
Cory talks defence in TimminsThe unmistakeable sound of squeaky shoes could be heard all week coming from th
Cory talks defence in Timmins
The Sault Star / Posted 1 months ago
The unmistakeable sound of squeaky shoes could be heard all week coming from the open doors of gymnasiums at Timmins High & Vocational School and R. Ross Beattie Senior Public for the 10th Annual High Performance Basketball Camp. Four CIS coaches,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Bisons graduate to next levelTristan Almas played his last game for the Brantford Bisons on the weekend but
Bisons graduate to next level
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 1 months ago
Tristan Almas played his last game for the Brantford Bisons on the weekend but like a lot of his teammates he will be taking no time off. He and seven teammates will continue to train to get ready for the next football season. All are heading to... Read more

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