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Did you plant a Jesuit pear tree about a decade ago?

If you planted a rare Jesuit pear tree about a decade ago, a former Windsor man wants to know.

Jesuit pear trees — which got their name because it was said French Jesuit missionaries planted them in the Windsor and Detroit area in the 1700s — are so special Robert Holland wants to revive a Jesuit pair tree-planting program. 480 more words

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Fab IV get Canada rolling at Diving World Series stop in Windsor

Canadian divers started their home World Series stop with a pair of bronze medals Friday in Windsor, Ontario’s International Aquatic and Training Centre.

The fifth of six FINA World Series cities, Windsor allows Canadian fans a chance to see some of the planet’s top divers, including Diving Canada’s own… 242 more words

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Life sciences hub places Windsor-Essex on the map for health sector

The Windsor Essex Economic Development Corporation is hoping the life sciences hub at Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare will bring jobs in the health field to the region. 839 more words

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John Jacoby Remembered As 'Unofficial Mayor Of Windsor' At Funeral

WINDSOR, Colo. (CBS4)– Family and friends said goodbye on Friday to a man who was shot and killed while riding his bicycle in Windsor and seemingly was friends with everyone. 189 more words

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City needs to stiffen regulations for asphalt quality, says one councillor

Coun. Irek Kusmierczyk wants the city to review the quality of asphalt used to pave Windsor streets and he knows just the man for the job. 868 more words

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