Cornwall - Apr. 15, 2014: At Cornwall Square, one of our top priorities is the safety and well-being of our patrons, tenants and the broader community we serve. This holds true for both the owner and Triovest who is the manager of Cornwall Square. Being responsible for our facility and to the people we do business with is a key principle for both companies and it underlies everything we’re doing at Cornwall Square. FULL STORY
- Apr. 13, 2014: Fame, fortune and in the peak of physical fitness - you’d think that today’s rugby players would be contented with their lifestyles, right? You’d be wrong - today’s rugby stars, or indeed, yesterday’s, also seem to have a penchant for poker, and it’s making we normal folk feel jealous. If you’re not much good with a ball or a pair of cards, you can try your luck at Gamblingland instead, and before you know it, you might just be raking in the same big bucks as some of these rugby stars. Mike Tindall, Sebastien Chabal, Dylan Hartley. FULL STORY
Toronto - Apr. 11, 2014: All LCBO stores and LCBO agency outlets will be closed on Good Friday, April 18 and on Easter Sunday, April 20. In view of the Good Friday and Easter Sunday closings, some LCBO stores that would normally close at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday evenings will observe extended hours on Thursday, March 17. All LCBO stores will observe their regular Saturday hours of business. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Apr. 5, 2014: I wanted to share some photos I took from our yard today. Lake St. Clair is opening up so our neighbours have returned: redheaded ducks, mergansers, scaups, mallards and our good friends the swans. The swan was captured while I was sitting on the dock and I felt he stopped midair to look at me and have a chat. Here's to Spring! FULL STORY
Windsor - Apr. 4, 2014: To address staff retirements, Windsor Fire and Rescue Services is initiating a firefighter recruitment, and City of Windsor Human Resources is pleased to announce that applications for the Firefighter Recruitment are now available online. The City of Windsor will accept applications for the Firefighter Recruitment from Friday, April 4, 2014 until no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 11, 2014. No late applications will be accepted. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Apr. 4, 2014: April is Autism Awareness Month and as many of you know, our son Tristan is on the spectrum. We have been living and breathing autism for just over two years now and so have Tristan's siblings, our extended family and friends. We were suspicious when Tristan was a year old but he's also epileptic and at that time we were focused on his seizures (100 seizures by the age of two) and we were working with a genetic team exploring various syndromes.
Toronto - Mar. 30, 2014: Dear Mr. Hudak, During your press conference on March 27th you made several false, misleading and defamatory allegations about me. You alleged that I personally “oversaw and possibly ordered the criminal destruction of documents” and that criminal conduct took place in my office. The Ontario Progressive Conservative Party repeated these false allegations on its website and in a public mailing.
Stoney Point - Mar. 29, 2014: Canada's South (Windsor Essex, Ontario) has been suffering through a brutal winter along with the rest of the province. Last winter, we were sitting on our beach in mid-December in sweatshirts with a glass of wine in-hand. We were also spoiled with swans all season on the open lake.
Stoney Point - Mar. 28, 2014: Not a pint my Irish cousins, but now that I have your attention... The Windsor and Essex County Autism Community needs your help (yes, you) as they want to break a Guinness World Record. They need well over 250 people to stand together in the shape of a "human puzzle piece".
Windsor - Mar. 28, 2014: With a personal invite to return from Devonshire Mall, we’re here to get everyone thinking about adventures close to home. At Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island (TWEPI), we continually look for opportunities to promote our local tourism industry. The Tourism Kick-Off from March 28-30 encourages local residents to explore their own backyard and “Keep it Local.” Devonshire Mall became the first community corporate sponsor of the Ontario Summer Games with a $5,000 contribution.