Windsor - Jan. 24, 2015: Dancing With The Stars took to the stage last night at Caesars Windsor, to two sold out crowds. The demand for the show was so popular that when the first show sold out quickly, the Casino added a second show. It too sold out - becoming the first act to sell out two shows in the same day! FULL STORY
Detroit - Jan. 24, 2015: The North American International Auto Show continues to grow and has earned a top spot among auto shows around the world. Since 1989, 1,359 vehicles have been introduced and more than 18 million people have attended the show. More than $90 million has been raised and provided to Detroit-area charities through the annual Charity Preview, $47 million of which has been raised in the past 10 years alone. For the past 25 years, the total economic impact of NAIAS on the Southeastern Michigan region is estimated at $9.7-$10.1 billion. FULL STORY
South Dundas - Jan. 15, 2015: The Township of South Stormont is making news for all the wrong reasons. South Stormont Mayor Jim Bancroft, and a majority of the council, have opted for legal opinions about a policy that would force anyone at a public council meeting to obtain permission to use a recording device. This means everyone, including journalists, and includes cameras, video cameras and even audio recording.
Minneapolis - Jan. 15, 2015: Today Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) (the "Company") announces that it plans to discontinue operating stores in Canada through its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, Target Canada Co. ("Target Canada"). As a part of that process, this morning Target Canada filed an application for protection under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (the "CCAA") with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) in Toronto (the "Court").
South Dundas - Jan. 11, 2015: Today, January the 11th, marks the 200 birthday of Sir
John A. Macdonald, Canada's "Father of Confederation" and first Prime
Minister. In the typical Canadian-way, there are few celebrations of
this bicentennial planned outside of his ancestral home of Kingston,
Ontario. That is unfortunate because the legacy of his man should be
celebrated as there would be no Canada without Sir John A..
Windsor-Essex - Jan. 6, 2015: Carrots 'N Dates will make you forget about the cold with their Hearty Shepherd's Pie on the menu today. Take it from their "to go fridge" to warm the family tonight or they'll heat it up in the oven for your lunch.
Cornwall - Jan. 6, 2015: The Jerusalem Artichoke, native to eastern North America, is not truly an artichoke but a variety of sunflower with a lumpy, brown-skinned tuber that resembles a ginger root. They contain plenty of inulin, a type of prebiotic fiber that has been credited with a number of health benefits due to its medicinal properties. They are also packed with B vitamins, particularly thiamine and they provide even more potassium than bananas which are famous for their high potassium content.