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Local philanthropists give $1 million to Erie Shores Hospice
By Pat Bailey
Lina and Henry Iacobelli and their family in front of the new Iacobelli wing of the Erie Shores Hospice Campus.
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Caldwell First Nation Rejuvenation of the Spirit 2016 PowWow
By Pat Bailey

The Grand Entry of the Caldwell First Nation Rejuvenation of the Spirit 2016 PowWow on Friday night certainly lived up to its billing. Over 300 dancers in their resplendent regalia, accompanied by veterans and dignitaries entertained the thousands of guests as they danced, while singers and drummers showcased their skills.

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Thousands attend Folk Fest
By Pat Bailey

The founders of Kingsville's Folk Music Festival, Michele and John Law (The Laws), along with Jason Dennie (left), opened the weekend festivities Friday evening.

 

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Body found off Bevel Line marina
By Bryan Jessop
Leamington OPP, Leamington Fire Services firefighters and Essex-Windsor EMS personnel converged at the Happy Snapper Marina on Bevel Line at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15 following the discovery of a deceased individual that afternoon. Investigators of the incident awaited the results of a forensic post-mortem to identify the deceased and notify next of kin. On the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 17, the individual was publically identified as William Ouimette, age 71, of Tilbury. No further information is available, although there is no suspicion of foul play. Police are seeking anyone with information on the incident. Anyone with information pertaining to the fatality wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.
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Banar, Dollar Tree to launch new project
By Bryan Jessop
Andrew Banar, creator and owner of Group Hug Apparel, will soon begin a campaign to fill bags with items for children of various age groups at The Dollar Tree in Leamington. The bags, to be filled with $1.25 donations by Dollar Tree customers from August 26 to September 6, will be sent to W.E. Care For Kids, Windsor and Children’s Health Foundation, London patients. 
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