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Stabbing close to the MAC has left three people in the hospital

By Josh Beneteau and Jackie Hong One man is facing 20 charges after three people were stabbed and three more were attacked not but injured near the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) Sunday morning in a seemingly random attack, Toronto police said.

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Lake Erie North Shore (LENS) wine awards presented by SOE Wine Festival

Everyone loves a little competition and the Shores of Erie International Wine Festival committee provided just that for local wineries last week.

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École Saint-Jean-Baptiste gets a defibrillator

Students and staff at École Saint-Jean-Baptiste welcomed a new addition to their school last Tuesday, one that can save lives.

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Local teen spends seven weeks on faith-based mission in Nepal

A local teen has just returned from a faith-based mission trip in Nepal. Isaac Medler, 18, spent seven weeks travelling and teaching in Nepal with the American organization, Royal Servants.

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Woofa-Roo Pet Fest hoping to fetch money for charities this weekend

Amherstburg will go crazy for dogs with the first Woofa-Roo Pet Fest at the UCCU Complex this weekend. The charity event will run all day Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.

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Amherstburg goes “Car Crazy”

Amherstburg went crazy for cars for the eighth year in a row Sunday when the Gone Car Crazy car show took over downtown. Close to 700 cars were shown, on a day full of food, music and fun.

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30th Annual Walleye Tournament a Success

Thomas Caeot won’t have to lie the next time he tells a fishing story. The Amherstburg native took home the big prize, a new Can Am ATV, at the 30th Annual AMA Sportsmen Club Walleye Tournament Sunday.

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New Children’s Music School To Open in Amherstburg

A modern new way of teaching music to young children will soon be available to local families. Sylvia Samek will be opening a “Music for Young Children” (MYC) school out of her home starting this September. The school teaches young children how to read music and play simple notes on a piano using puppets and […]

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New Canadians Sworn in at Fort Malden

This year’s Canada Day celebration at Fort Malden was extra special for 35 people who became new Canadian citizens. The ceremony was presided over by Clerk of the Court Dan Fanelli and special guest Dr. Bryan Walls, an author and member of the Order of Canada. Walls led the group as they recited the oath […]

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