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Hyundai Genesis Coupe to compete in Canadian Touring Car Championship
Hyundai Auto Canada was well represented this past weekend in the Canadian Touring Cars Championship (CTCC) in the Super Class with two Genesis...
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Hyundai Genesis Coupe to compete in Canadian Touring Car Championship

With support from Hyundai Auto Canada Corp., two race-prepared Genesis Coupes have started...

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Auto | 12 hours ago

Toyota and Mazda team up to make cars better

Toyota Motor Corporation and Mazda Motor Corporation have entered an agreement to build a mutually beneficial long-term...

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Ontario | 19 hours ago

Barriers to health care putting Ontario's trans community at risk, experts say

Waiting lists for transsexual health services are longer than ever before, and health experts fear the vulnerable community...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Olivia Carville
Business | May 22, 2015

Energy boss pushes for tougher climate action

Boss of biggest oilsands player calls for tougher action on climate change

Canada | May 22, 2015

Program aids hard-to-match kidney transplants

New program aims to help hard-to-match kidney transplant patients find organ

Community | May 22, 2015
Flamborough church welcomes migrant workers

Flamborough church welcomes migrant workers

The congregation at Flamborough Baptist Church said “Hola!” to nearly 60 migrant workers at a dinner held on Sun., May 3.

Flamborough Review | by Andrea Ling
Community | May 21, 2015
Teddy Bear Tea Party boosts Flamborough Food Bank

Teddy Bear Tea Party boosts Flamborough Food Bank

A small group turned out Saturday for the Teddy Bear Tea Party and Shower fundraiser for the Flamborough Food Bank at...

Flamborough Review | by Catherine O’Hara
Columns | May 21, 2015

When Ontario asparagus shows up in stores, you know it’s finally spring

Foodies herald the arrival of spring with Ontario asparagus. Here are four great things to do with your bounty

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Health | May 21, 2015

McMaster scientists aim to use blood to treat pain

Scientists at Hamilton’s McMaster University say they've learned how to use blood to treat your pain

OurWindsor.Ca | by Peter Edwards

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